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Private Angelo

by Eric Linklater

Introduced by Magnus Linklater. Angelo, a private in Mussolini's 'ever-glorious' Italian army, may possess the virtues of love and an engaging innocence but he lacks the gift of courage. However, due to circumstances...


The Cone-Gatherers

by Robin Jenkins

'The best-kept secret in modern British literature.' Andrew Marr A haunting story of violence and love. Calum and Neil are the cone-gatherers - two brothers at work in the forest of a large Scottish estate....


Unlikely Stories, Mostly

by Alasdair Gray

'Too clever for its own good in parts, but otherwise a damned good read.' Col. Sebastian Moran in the Simla Times 'This anthology may be likened to a vast architectural folly imblending the idioms of the Greek,...


The Makars

by Jacqueline Tasioulas

Edited, introduced and annotated by J.A. Tasioulas. The poetry of the Makars marked an extraordinary flowering of Scottish culture and the Scots language in the 15th and early 16th centuries. This magnificent...


A Glasgow Trilogy

by George Friel

Introduced by Gordon Jarvie. Distinguished by irony, compassion and the author's own dry wit, these three novels paint a memorable picture of life in the streets, schools and tenements of Glasgow in the 1950s...


Smeddum: A Lewis Grassic Gibbon Anthology: A Lewis Grassic Gibbon Anthology

by Lewis Grassic Gibbon

Edited and introduced by Valentina Bold. This selection of Lewis Grassic Gibbon's writing brings together old favourites and new material for the first time. There are all his lively contributions to Scottish...


The Man Who Wanted to Smell Books

by Elspeth Davie

Introduced by Giles Gordon. Elspeth Davie is one of Scotland's finest and most underrated short-story writers. Her prose style is as clear and occasionally unnerving as that of Muriel Spark, yet her work reveals...


The Journal of Sir Walter Scott

by Sir Walter Scott

Edited and Introduced by WEK Anderson. 'I have all my life regretted that I did not keep a regular [journal]. I have myself lost recollection of much that was interesting and I have deprived my family and the...


Household Ghosts: A James Kennaway Omnibus: A James Kennaway Omnibus

by James Kennaway

Tunes of Glory Household Ghosts Silence Introduced by Gavin Wallace. This volume collects three of the very best works by James Kennaway, the brilliant young novelist and screenwriter who tragically died in...


The Blood of the Martyrs

by Naomi Mitchison

Introduced by Donald Smith. Set in Rome during Nero's reign of terror, The Blood of the Martyrs is a disciplined historical novel tracing the destruction of one cell of the early church. With a cast of slaves,...


A Question of Loyalties

by Allan Massie

Introduced by Alan Taylor Widely acclaimed as Massie's finest novel, A Question of Loyalties engages with all the complexities and ambiguities of loyalty, nationality and family as they are put under threat...


A Beleaguered City and Other Tales of the Seen and the Unseen

by Margaret Oliphant

Edited and introduced by Jenni Calder. Haunted by a sense that the living and the dead are separated by no more than a narrow and disputed borderland, the tales that Margaret Oliphant liked to call her 'stories...


Growing Up in the West

by John Muir

Edwin Muir - POOR TOM, J.F. Hendry - FERNIE BRAE, Gordon M. Williams - FROM SCENES LIKE THESE, Tom Gallacher - APPRENTICE. Introduced by Liam McIlvanney. Growing Up in the West presents four very different and...


The Wallace

by Blind Harry

Edited and Introduced by Anne McKim. This extraordinary poem has been widely popular and influential ever since it was written in the fifteenth century, and its heroic account of the swordfighter Wallace was...


Sartor Resartus

by Thomas Carlyle

This extraordinary work is at one and the same time an account of a personal spiritual crisis and a hilarious spoof on academic learning, early Victorian values and materialism. In Sartor Resartus ('the tailor...


Before Burns

by Christopher Maclachlan

Edited and introduced by Christopher MacLachlan. This superb anthology offers a lively and indispensable collection of poems and songs from the eighteenth century. Here are the poets who created the literary...


Queen of Science

by Mary Somerville

Edited and introduced by Dorothy McMillan. Born in Jedburgh in 1780, Mary Fairfax was the daughter of one of Nelson's captains, and in common with most girls of her time and station she was given the kind of...


The Three Perils Of Man

by James Hogg

Edited and introduced by Douglas Gifford. The Three Perils of Man is regarded as Hogg's most ambitious work of fiction. The book's extraordinary combination of the fantastic, the funny, the serious and the historically...


The Changeling

by Robin Jenkins

With an introduction by Andrew Marr. 'If you are interested in books that are human and wise, then treat yourself this year to some Robin Jenkins.' Andrew Marr Thirteen-year-old Tom Curdie, the product of a...


Ringan Gilhaize

by John Galt

Introduced by Patricia J. Wilson. In a story which lays bare the strengths and the horrors of the egalitarian Scottish Presbyterian spirit, Ringan Gilhaize looks across three generations to describe Scotland's...