A desperate adulterer stumbles on an enormous cave underneath a windfarm.
A troubled police officer visits her sister, who is grieving for her best friend, and starts to suspect foul play.
A young logger has a crisis of conscience when he fells a tree with three baby squirrels in it.
This novel-in-stories takes place in a neglected, liminal landscape between the rural and the industrial, which often intrudes as a character in its own right. Populated by ordinary people at extraordinary moments, Hollow in the Land is vivid and lyrical with glimmers of hope and humour.