Hunter Crescent, a sprawling housing scheme just north of Perth city centre, was built after an act of parliament calling for slum areas to be replaced with modern housing.
For its first thirty-five years, ‘Hunters’ was a model scheme. By the mid-1970s, things had gone horribly wrong. It took a group of tenants to get the place back on an even keel.
Hunters is a funny, sad, honest, uplifting memoir of growing up in Hunter Crescent in the 1970s and 1980s – an affectionate look at life on one of Scotland’s working-class schemes.
Published: November 2017
Publisher: Tippermuir Books Limited
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