by Trevor Hopkins

Findo Gask

The eponymous private detective and occasional bounty hunter, protagonist and narrator, licenced in both the upper world of the humans and the Lower Realms.

Gask is large for a Goblin, standing over four feet ten inches tall. A traditionalist when it comes to sartorial appearance, he usually wears a dark brown overcoat with many capacious pockets and wears a hat.

One of the cast of characters from the Findo Gask series of hard-boiled fantasy detective novels by Trevor Hopkins.

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The series currently comprises nine books, all in various stages of completion:

Most of the characters in the novels are based on place names in the Perth and Kinross region of Scotland, many of them close to the tiny village of Findo Gask.

Findo Gask Church sign Findo Gask is a small village with a church and school in a parish of the same name, in Perth and Kinross in Scotland, just off the main A9 road. It is in Strathearn, the valley of the River Earn.

There are nearby remains associated with the Roman Road to the south and the Roman Frontier on the Gask Ridge.

Findo Gask Church To the southwest of Findo Gask is Gask House, built in 1801-05 for Laurence Oliphant of Gask.

During the Second World War, units of the Polish Army were stationed at Findo Gask Airfield (now disused).

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