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A Stranger Leaves

Adam Parry

An honest and thought-provoking window into the life of one man. Set in urban north Scotland, this gritty and atmospheric tale explores the dark corners of Aberdeen and the surrounding areas. Ash is a lost soul, navigating both his personal demons and the city he loves to hate. As he wanders from pub to pub, bus stop to bus stop, he encounters a series of unusual characters, forging and destroying new and old friendships. Can Ash salvage his relationship with his father, sister, and daughter, whilst overcoming the struggles of his past?
An unflinching portrait of mental illness, addiction, and the mundanity of everyday life.

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Adam Parry was born in Elgin in 1965. Most of his life has been spent in Aberdeen.

He had his first poem published in Poetry Scotland and has a collection called A Song Upon the Flame.

A former actor, he is happy that he continued writing and hopes to keep at it and, never give up.