The Govan-born osteopath and acupuncturist runs a large and successful osteopath centre in the west of Scotland. In between treating patients - both human and animal - she writes dark and gruesome crime thrillers set in Glasgow. She volunteers at a local animal rescue centre, using complementary therapies to heal a wide range of animals, and considers herself to be something of a 'fox whisperer'.
Ramsay started writing her first novel while laid up in hospital with a back injury. She is a member of the Johnstone Writers' Club. Absolution was recently published by Penguin as part of a two-book, five-figure contract. The second novel, Singing to the Dead, was published in 2009.
- Add to BasketAbsolution - Paperback
In 1984, PC Alan McAlpine was given a simple job. Guarding a woman - nameless and almost faceless after an acid attack - at a Glasgow hospital. He has no idea that this simple job will haunt his career and change his life forever. Two decades later, Alan steps into Partickhill police station and back in time.
- Add to BasketThe Blood Of Crows - Paperback
One night, a young girl is tied to the river bank and left for the tide. Working round the clock, DI Colin Anderson's team discover that this and other crimes are linked to an elusive criminal mastermind known as The Puppeteer. But unable to find him, Anderson is forced to follow the only lead he has - Skelpie Fairbairn.
- Add to BasketDark Water - Paperback
A bitterly cold February in Glasgow. Hanging from a rope in the attic of a deserted tenement is the body of a criminal believed to have been hiding out on the Costa del Sol these last ten years. His face has been hideously disfigured. Investigating officers DI Anderson and DS Costello believe him to be a suspect in a decade-old case.
- Add to BasketSinging To The Dead - Paperback
Two seven year-old boys have been abducted from the streets of Glasgow. Then, with police resources stretched to breaking point, a simple house fire turns into a full-scale murder hunt. As his squad struggles to work on both cases, DI Colin Anderson learns that his son has also been abducted.