The rivalry between two American ladies, members of a celtic society, and searching for examples of the paranormal in the Scottish highlands, along with the shenanigans of various locals who try to get what they can out of them ( particularly whiskey) makes for a delightful and very funny read. A bit like Matt and Lucia but with better scenery.
Gaelic Delusions of Grandeur”This lighthearted gem takes up three years after the events depicted in MASTER OF THE GLEN. History repeats itself as an American social invasion sets the loose plot in motion. This time the protagonist is 50-year-old Kilwhillie—best friend of Donald Ben Nevis (who featured prominently as host and bastion of Celtic customs in the former novel.) Ah—there is nothing as effective at stirring up Scotts’ complacency and somnolent attitudes as an invasion from Amer [...]