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End of the Line

An Inspector McLevy Mystery #4

by David Ashton

’David Ashton’s writing is excellent, his characters thoroughly convincing, and his narrative grabs you - I was going to say, by the throat - and doesn’t let you go’ - The Sherlock Holmes Society of...


The Painted Lady

An Inspector McLevy Mystery #5

by David Ashton

A dead judge’s wife is suspected of poisoning him and the Haymarket police think they have a foolproof case. They have undisclosed evidence she has been having an affair with a society artist plus the fact...


Hue and Cry: A Hew Cullen Mystery: Book 1

by Shirley McKay

A gripping and welcome addition to the growing genre of historical crime fiction’ - Waterstone’s Books Quarterly 'An elaborate, closely plotted tale that combines extensive research with high drama’ -The...


Trick of the Light

An Inspector McLevy Mystery #3

by David Ashton

David Ashton, like Robert Louis Stevenson or Ian Rankin, is inspired by the beauty-and-beast nature of Edinburgh. His interpretation of James McLevy is worthy of the original man' - Sherlock Holmes Society The...


Sick Heart River

by John Buchan

‘Sick Heart River turns the adventure yarn into a spiritual quest with an authority that few have ever rivalled.’ – Evening Standard Sick Heart River is both John Buchan’s most powerful novel and his last,...


Where the Shadow Falls: An Alice Rice Mystery: Book 2

Alice Rice #2

by Gillian Galbraith

From its blood-stained opening, the latest chapter in the tumultuous life of DS Alice Rice proves a compelling read' - Scottish Field 'A tangled web of estranged family members, closeted lifestyles and windfarm...


The Road to Hell

by Gillian Galbraith

When the body of a half-clothed woman is discovered in an Edinburgh park, a murder investigation is launched. The victim has not been reported missing and there are few clues to her identity. Soon after, the...


No Sorrow to Die: An Alice Rice Mystery: Book 4

Alice Rice #4

by Gillian Galbraith

‘Highly readable’ - Alexander McCall Smith ‘Red herrings, lies and cul-d-sacs interlink to create an enjoyable read and an awkward puzzle to solve’ - The Dorothy L Sayers Society ‘[Galbraith] offers a...


Lost Causes

by Ken McClure

The ninth Dr Stephen Dunbar thriller. Dr Steven Dunbar is whiling away the hours working for a pharmaceutical company when he’s asked to investigate an unusual terrorist attack by Islamic fundamentalists –...


Fate and Fortune

by Shirley McKay

1581: young St Andrews academic Hew Cullan is unhappy with his life and disillusioned with the law. After his father’s death he is invited by the advocate Richard Cunningham to complete his legal education...


The English German Girl

by Jake Wallis Simons

‘Fascinating and moving’ – Monica Ali ‘A powerful evocation of a bygone era’ – Sir Martin Gilbert ‘An important subject explored by a writer to watch’ – Jonathan Freedland 'This well-researched and...


Concerning the Atlas of Scotland: And Other Poems

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...


A Wild Adventure

by Tom Pow

Tom Pow’s beautiful, powerful poems examine the remarkable life of Thomas Watling. Watling was born in Dumfries in September 1762 and raised by a long-suffering maiden aunt. Convicted of forging Bank of Scotland...


Lust for Life!: Irvine Welsh and the Trainspotting Phenomenon

by John Neil Munro

In the mid-1980s Irvine Welsh’s life was going nowhere fast. His teenage dreams of being a footballer or a rock star were over, and he was stuck in a series of white-collar jobs which he loathed. With the...


Nor Will He Sleep: An Inspector McLevy Mystery

by David Ashton

1887. The streets of Edinburgh seethe with youthful anarchy as two rival gangs of students, Scarlet Runners and White Devils, try to outdo each other in wild exploits. After a pitched battle between them, an...


The Devil's Staircase

by Helen FitzGerald

As elegant and witty as it is disturbing.' – The Daily Telegraph 'Accomplished and gloriously black comedy' – Allan Guthrie 'Lovely, sparse, elegant writing, highly original plot and ever- building tension...


The Lure of the Honey Bird: The Storytellers of Ethiopia

by Elizabeth Laird

In 1967, at the age of 23, Elizabeth Laird set off for Addis Ababa to take up her first teaching post. She was introduced to Haile Selassie, made a pilgrimage across the mountains on foot to the ancient city...


The Many Days: Selected Poems of Norman MacCaig

by Norman MacCaig & Roderick Watson

By the time of his death in January 1996, Norman MacCaig was known widely as the grand old man of Scottish poetry, honoured by an OBE and the Queen's Medal for Poetry. This book is a celebration of MacCaig's...


Transparencies

by Meg Bateman

Meg Bateman vividly evokes the landscape of Scotland, particularly the brooding presences of the Scottish islands and Sutherland, and touches on personal love and loss in this intimate and celebratory collection....


Songs in the Key of Fife: The Intertwining Stories of The Beta Band, King Creosote, KT Tunstall, James Yorkston and the Fence Collective

by Vic Galloway

The East Neuk of Fife may seem like an unusual place for a musical revolution. However, in amongst the sleepy fishing villages and rolling fields, a small community of gifted musicians has quietly crept up on...