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Hunting Grounds

by Gary Sutherland

Some people bag Munros; Gary Sutherland hunts grounds. Come rain, shine, sleet and snow, he visits each of the 42 football grounds in Scotland during one season, documenting the singing, the swearing and the...

Brighton Belle

by Sara Sheridan

1951. Brighton. With the excitement of the war over and the Nazis brought to justice at Nuremberg, Mirabelle Bevan (retired Secret Service) thinks her skills are no longer required. After the death of her lover...

Concerning the Atlas of Scotland

by Tom Pow

Tom Pow spent six months as writer in residence at the National Library of Scotland Map Library in Edinburgh. He was so inspired by the collection that they hold and by the stories that they tell that he wrote...

No Borders

by Tom English

'I get stressed before games sometimes. I get a fear of the feeling that you get when you lose. You'd be looking out the window of the team bus and there’d be fellas drinking pints and you’d be almost jealous....

Brow of the Gallowgate

by Doris Davidson

Absorbing and fascinating' - Christine Marion Fraser 'It's a dismal day that doesn't include a dose of Doris' - Press and Journal The brow of the Gallowgate is where Albert Ogilvie buys his property in 1890...

Bruar's Rest

by Jess Smith

Bruar's Rest is an epic tale of love and loyalty set against the backdrop of World War One. The story opens in the Highlands at the beginning of the twentieth century. The gypsy wife of wild drunkard Rory Stewart...

Britain's Last Frontier

by Alistair Moffat

The Highland Line is Britain’s last meaningful frontier. First recognised by Agricola in the first century AD (parts of its most northerly section mark the furthest north the Romans advanced), it divides...

If Hitler Comes

by Gordon Barclay

Between May 1940 and the summer of 1941 the British people expected a German invasion that, had it succeeded, would have enslaved them into the Nazis' racist war. This period saw an unparalleled effort to prepare...

Caught in the Crossfire

by Russell Findlay & Ian Crofton

Scotland’s deadliest gang war of a generation – the Daniel family versus the Lyons – was sparked by a cocaine theft from a house party which unleashed a decade of murderous violence. Devastation ensued…...

John Galt

by P.H. Scott

John Galt was born in 1779 and, like his contemporary Walter Scott, was heavily influenced by the ideals and aspirations of the Scottish Enlightenment. His contributions to literature range from poetry and plays...

England Expects

by Sara Sheridan

Praise for the series : ‘Mirabelle has a dogged tenacity to rival Poirot’ – Sunday Herald ‘I was gripped from start to finish’ – Newbooks magazine ‘Unfailingly stylish, undeniably smart’ - Daily Record...

Blood on the Wave

by John Sadler

Scotland's long coastline runs from the waters of Galloway and the Solway, through the Irish Sea to the long sea lochs and myriad islands of the Celtic west, around grim Cape Wrath, the coast of Caithness, Pentland...

Bishops and Covenanters

by Ann Shukman

Why did the young Protestant monarch William of Orange fail to make his mark on Scotland? How did a particularly hard-line 'Protester' branch of Presbyterianism (the last off-shoot of the Convenanting movement)...

Bloody Women

by Helen FitzGerald

A delight to find something new ... funny, moving, horrifying and compelling' – Times Literary Supplement 'FitzGerald ... is adept at arresting openings, tense cliffhangers and tumultuous climaxes' –...

Dizzy Worms

by Michael Holman

This wickedly satirical novel is also a serious critique of Africa's troubled state' - The Guardian 'Jolly good fun' - Daily Mail Charity Mupanga, the resilient and maternal proprietor of Harrods International...

Driftwood and Tangle

by Margaret Leigh

"Driftwood and Tangle" is a moving and poignant memoir of life in the north-west of Scotland just after the outbreak of the Second World War. Margaret Leigh recounts the years she spent in Wester Ross, Moidart,...


by Michael Grant & Rob Robertson

With 49 trophies won – 38 of them at Manchester United – during a glittering 39-year managerial career, Sir Alex Ferguson will be remembered as the most successful coach in world football. At the age...

The Last Wanderer

by Meg Henderson

‘Relating the three women’s histories in overlapping sequence, Henderson weaves a warmly approachable, robustly character-based narrative, deftly infused with idioms and cadences. A convincing, thoughtfully-wrought...

Crappit Heids for Tea

by Anne Tindley

Sutherland is one of the most ruggedly beautiful and sparsely populated parts of Scotland. In the nineteenth century, the Duke of Sutherland set about improving his landholdings to make them more productive...

Folk Tales of Scotland

by William Montgomerie & Norah Montgomerie

The classic folk tales of Scotland were passed down from storyteller to storyteller, and from the first sentence they held the attention of the listeners and readers as though a spell had been cast over them,...