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Pearl Fishers

by Robin Jenkins

‘Worthy of the greatest respect throughout the English-language world’ – Paul Binding, Guardian ’Pared down to a sharp clarity, the prose of this novel cuts out all excess to show the cross-currents...


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....


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...


Just Duffy

by Robin Jenkins

Introduced by Margery Palmer McCulloch. In writing Just Duffy, a novel set amidst the urban decay of Lanarkshire, Robin Jenkins has created a modern-day Confession of a Justified Sinner. Convinced of his own...


Some Kind of Grace

by Robin Jenkins

He is quite simply a major contemporary Scottish writer' - The Herald Two British travellers, Donald Kemp and Margaret Duncan, have disappeared in the wild mountainous region of northern Afghanistan; a terrain...


Lady Magdalen

by Robin Jenkins

The daughter of Lord Carnegie of Kinnaird, Lady Magdalen shares with her childhood friend, Francis Gowrie of Mintlaw, a love of art and beauty, and a horror of barbaric practices. But, with civil war brewing...


Poor Angus

by Robin Jenkins

Poor Angus centres round a struggling painter, Angus McAllister, who has returned to the seemingly idyllic Hebridean island of his birth in the hope that it will inspire him to create his masterpiece. His privacy...


Childish Things

by Robin Jenkins

Satirical and yet compassionate, Childish Things begins with a funeral at which Gregor McLeod, a retired school-master aged 72, is mourning the death of his wife Kate. It soon becomes evident, however, that...