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Burning Ambition

The Law Killers: True Crime from Dundee

by Alexander McGregor

Murder is the most shocking crime of all. Whether we choose to ignore it or try to learn more about why it happens, one thing is certain – people still commit this most heinous of crimes, day in, day out. In...

Simp-Lee the Best: My Autobiography

by Lee McCulloch

Rangers captain Lee McCulloch has experienced the ultimate highs and some desperate lows during six incredible years at Ibrox. From the joy of three-in-a-row to the searing pain of administration, the lifelong...

Doddie: My Autobiography

by Brian Scott & Alex Macdonald

Alex ‘Doddie’ MacDonald was one of the finest footballers we have produced. As a midfield dynamo he had an incredible will to win, and his passion on the field and uncompromising style made him a great favourite...


by Malcolm Archibald

Now world famous for football and music, in the nineteenth century Liverpool had a very different reputation. One of the greatest ports in the world, and Europe’s western gateway to the Atlantic, Liverpool’s...

Celtic the Supersonic 70s

by Gerard McDade

Celtic – The Supersonic 70s is a rollicking romp through a decade of triumphs and disasters both on and off the pitch, when football and fashion intertwined to the sounds of glam rock and punk and the world...

The Quiet Assassin

by Davie Hay & Alex Gordon

Davie Hay is a true Celtic legend. He was known as The Quiet Assassin in his playing days – a nickname given to him by Scotland manager Tommy Docherty – and he was one of the most ferocious competitors in...

There's Been A Murder!

by Harry Morris

Harry the Polis is back, with blue lights flashing and sirens blaring, in Volume 8 of the series! The hilarious adventures of Glasgow’s favourite laughing policeman continue with his latest collection of stories,...

The Shadow of the Sycamores

by Doris Davidson

The Shadow of the Sycamores traces the fortunes of the Rae family, from Henry Rae's birth in 1871, when his drunken father, a blacksmith, forgets the name chosen for him, to his old age in the 1940s. We follow...

From the Cowshed to the Kop. My Autobiography

by Peter Cormack

Described by the late, great Bill Shankly as ‘the final piece in the jigsaw’ of his now famous Liverpool side of the 1970s, Peter Cormack is one of the most successful footballers of his generation, winning...

Aye Ready Rangers War Heroes

by Paul Smith

Hero. A word used and abused in football, but for those who fought for their country in Britain’s armed forces during the brutal conflicts of the twentieth century, there can be no better description. And...

Eastenders vs Westenders & Westenders vs Eastenders

by Ian Black

The traditional rivalries run deep between Glasgow’s industry-blighted East End and the leafy suburban academia of the West End. The typical West Ender viewpoint is that the East End is full of workshy junkies...


by Daniela Sacerdoti

Seventeen-year-old Sarah Midnight has never had a normal life. To the outside world she is a typical teenager, but on the inside, Sarah holds an unimaginable secret. Her parents are demon hunters, part of a...

Willie Miller's Aberdeen Dream Team

by Willie Miller & Rob Robertson

Willie Miller is an Aberdeen legend. In a glittering career he won every domestic honour, played in two World Cup Finals for Scotland and led Aberdeen to victory in the 1983 European Cup Winners’ Cup. He played...

A Darkening of the Heart

by Margaret Thomson Davis

In 18th-century Scotland, Alexander, a doctor and poet, and his snobbish sister Susanna are desperate to advance their social standing. And while Susanna unwittingly gets herself involved in some truly terrifying...

Real Hard Cases

by Les Brown & Robert Jeffrey

Some serious crimes are open-and-shut cases, what the cops call no-brainers, but others- the REAL HARD CASES - remain either unsolved or with serious doubts hanging over them. Sometimes for years. Now, after...

Even the Lies are True

by Harry Morris

The hilarious adventures of Harry the Polis, the self-appointed Chief Constable of funny stories. Harry the Polis is based on the true life stories of Harry Morris, who spent twenty-nine years with Strathclyde...

A Sink of Atrocity

by Malcolm Archibald

Nineteenth-century Dundee was a tough, unforgiving place. For many of its citizens, it was the survival of the fittest, and to survive they turned to crime. But what was it really like both for the criminals...

Big Jock

by David Leggat

Jock Wallace lived a life like no other modern football manager. Big Jock now tells the real story of the man, the manager and the legend from his early days in the mining village of Wallyford to the jungles...

Ashanti Gold

by James Crosbie

Colin Grant needs to disappear fast. With the police on his trail, a visit to his uncle in Ghana suddenly seems like a great idea. No more crime, no more jail, no more hassle. Until he visits the richest gold...