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For My Sins by Alex Nye

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The year is 1586, and Mary Stuart is sitting in an English prison cell at the end of her life, stitching her tapestries, haunted by the ghosts of her past - including John Knox, Bothwell, her half-brother Moray, and Darnley, More Info »
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by Graeme C

The London Cage

The London Cage
The London Cage by Mark Leggatt
A man who doesn’t exist discovers a weapon that doesn’t exist. The retreat of the glaciers has revealed a Cold War secret that should have lain buried for centuries, with the power to bring down the communications and defence systems More Info »
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by Graeme C

Refrigerator Cake

Refrigerator Cake
Following his debut collection, The Red Man Turns to Green, Dickson Telfer returns with this fresh offering of dark and comical short prose about every- day life. Join a 92-year-old man in his quest for peace. Place yourself in front More Info »
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by Graeme C

Parallel Lines: The Glasgow Supremacy

Parallel Lines: The Glasgow Supremacy
PARALLEL LINES: THE GLASGOW SUPREMACY, the first in the Thoroughgood series of crime novels by RJ Mitchell, is an edgy, fast-paced crime thriller set in the streets of Glasgow, that tells the story of the deadly rivalry between Detective Sergeant More Info »
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by Graeme C

Last Train to Waverley

Last Train to Waverley
Last Train to Waverley is set in France during one week in March 1918. The Germans launched their final major offensive of the war and pushed the British back thirty miles. One unit of the 20 Royal Scots were cut More Info »
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by Graeme C

Shop Front by Samuel Best

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Out of university and out of luck, Ben Hamilton moves back in with his parents to stack shelves at the local supermarket. There he meets a group of friends and quickly finds himself dragged into secrecy, heavy drinking, and a More Info »
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by Graeme C

The Longest Shadow by RJ Mitchell

The Longest Shadow – RJ Mitchell
GUS THOROUGHGOOD is back to face his most daunting challenge yet in The Longest Shadow. Fresh from saving Glasgow from a catastrophic terrorist plot in The Hurting: The Glasgow Terror, this third instalment in the series will see DS Thoroughgood More Info »
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by Graeme C

The Red Man Turns to Green

The Red Man Turns to Green by Dickson Telfer
The Red Man Turns to Green by Dickson Telfer
When the red man turns to green, walk yourself into a world where killing a spider triggers vivid flashbacks; where unrequited love is never forgotten; where filming for YouTube leads to more than mere voyeurism; where a shopping trip to More Info »
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by Graeme C

When the Turaco Calls

When the Turaco Calls by Gisela Hoyle
When the Turaco Calls by Gisela Hoyle
Born in South Africa as the 1960s draw to a close, Marta grows up in a world of racial prejudice, and struggles to understand why race is allowed to dictate the way in which people are treated. As Marta grows More Info »
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by Graeme C

The Studio Game

The Studio Game by Peter Burnett
The Studio Game by Peter Burnett
Guy Poynting’s lover is dead and she has left 58 artworks that are increasing in price each day. Guy’s mission is to satisfy his lover’s last wishes and destroy all 58 pieces, before the last one can be sold for More Info »
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by Graeme C

The Incomers

The Incomers by Moira McPartlin
The Incomers by Moira McPartlin
Mission-raised Ellie Amadi expects to live a dream life when she and her son Nat leave home in West Africa to join her white, estate factor, husband James in the Fife mining village of Hollyburn. In 1966 Fife, mixed marriages More Info »
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by Graeme C

Soldier of the Queen

Soldier of the Queen by Malcolm Archibald
Soldier of the Queen by Malcolm Archibald
"Soldier of the Queen" is the first novel in Malcolm's Boer War trilogy. It tells the tale of a lively lad growing up in the Scottish Borders, falling out with a powerful landed family, and running away to join the More Info »
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by Graeme C

Selkirk of the Fethan

Selkirk of the Fethan by Malcolm Archibald
Selkirk of the Fethan by Malcolm Archibald
"Selkirk of the Fethan" by Malcolm Archibald is the final novel in his trilogy about a Scots Border lad going off to the Boer War. This volume starts with his irregular horse group of Reivers manning a blockhouse, part of More Info »
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by Graeme C

Powerstone: Stealing the Scottish Crown Jewels

Powerstone by Malcolm Archibald
Powerstone: Stealing the Scottish Crown Jewels by Malcolm Archibald
This is a brilliant contemporary novel, set at the time of the opening of the Scottish Parliament. The heroine, descended from the great Johnnie Armstrong, gets to the final of an American television contest, The Neophyte, not unlike The Apprentice More Info »
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by Graeme C

Mother Law

Mother Law by Malcolm Archibald
Mother Law by Malcolm Archibald
"Mother Law" is Dundee Law, the ancient hill overlooking Dundee and the Tay. The story starts in the present, when postman David Christie finds a strangely carved box in his garden, containing part of a parchment, thrown up by the More Info »
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by Graeme C

Horseman of the Veldt

Horseman of the Veldt by Malcolm Archibald
Horseman of the Veldt by Malcolm Archibald
"Horseman of the Veldt" follows Drew Selkirk to his first commission. With his own irregular horse group, using the skills he had learned on the farm and the strategies he had absorbed from stories of the Border Reivers, he takes More Info »
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by Graeme C