In the sequel to Laura Marney's bestseller 'No Wonder I Take a Drink', we find Trixie - a boozy unsentimental loner - desperate to escape Inverfaughie, the small Highland village she's ended up in. When Hollywood visits the introspective community to make a movie about the Highland Clearances, local conflicts are quick to follow. Trixie will have to decide where her loyalties lie. 'For Faughie's Sake' takes a sideways approach to big business, community, land rights and the referendum - and the Machiavellian intrigue that goes with political campaigns. It's a light-hearted, sometimes gleeful, celebration of contemporary Scottish life.