• The Scribbler Iain Maitland

    [trim]"A brilliant read [… on] LGBTQ+ crimes that traditionally were underreported … Thankfully, times have changed.” Neil Boast MBE, former LGBT Liaison Officer, Suffolk Constabulary, and former head of task force on sexual exploitation and trafficking[/trim]


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  • The Lyre Dancers Mandy Haggith

    [trim]“A beautifully woven conclusion to a fascinating trilogy of ancient adventures … Haggith has worked to extensive lengths to breathe life into an age that has long been forgotten … she approaches [the] story with eloquence that makes the reading itself an adventure of its own.” Charlie Ceats, Cultured Vultures[/trim]


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  • Buy The Unreliable Death of Lady Grange The Unreliable Death of Lady Grange Sue Lawrence

    [trim]'Swept me along breathlessly... The cruelty and complexity of eighteenth-century Scottish society is richly represented.' Dr Annie Gray[/trim]


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  • Payback Claire MacLeary

    [trim]"Horribly, hilariously entertaining … the complex … frightening story that emerges is a satisfying end to the novel … two feisty women whom we certainly hope to meet again." Rosemary Kaye[/trim]


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  • Dead Ringer Nicola Martin

    [trim]“A serious meditation on who we are when we spend hours and hours on social media … a fast-moving thriller … a cracking read.” Judith Sullivan, Shots Magazine[/trim]


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  • The Amber Seeker Mandy Haggith

    [trim]"Brave and fascinating … asks questions about the nature of truth, perspective, and the power of the narrator to influence where readers’ sympathies lie." Alistair Braidwood, Scots Whay Hae[/trim]


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  • As the Women Lay Dreaming Donald S Murray

    [trim]“A searing poetic meditation on stoicism and loss.” Mariella Frostrup, BBC Radio 4 Open Book[/trim]


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  • The Posy Ring Catherine Czerkawska

    [trim]“Excellent … a beautifully crafted novel that immerses the reader in the lives and loves of people whose stories are played out in the same place, but over four centuries apart … Catherine Czerkawska deftly weaves the strands of her novel, painting a rich pen picture.” Undiscovered Scotland[/trim]


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  • The Walrus Mutterer Mandy Haggith

    [trim]“A gripping, haunting and, at times, visceral novel… Lyrical and poetic prose, the author has created a convincing and entirely believable world… One of the best books I have read so far this year.” Penny Ingham, Historical Novels Review (Editors’ Choice)[/trim]


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  • Goblin Ever Dundas

    [trim]“Terrific … moving. It is a celebration of freakery … a meditation on trauma and loss and abandonment … which, somehow, is never bleak. Goblin brims throughout with a kind of reckless joy.” Peter Ross, Guardian[/trim]


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  • Looking for Evelyn Maggie Ritchie

    [trim]"A deliciously provocative mix of exotic locations, sexual scandal and the end of colonialism." Lesley McDowell, The National[/trim]


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  • 2020 Kenneth Steven

    [trim]“An important book that should be read by everyone… A gripping and compelling narrative.” Undiscovered Scotland[/trim]


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  • The Curiosity Cabinet Catherine Czerkawska

    [trim]“Moving, poetic and quietly provocative.” – The Independent[/trim]


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  • The Jewel Catherine Czerkawska

    [trim]"Beguiling and enchanting ... I enjoyed this book so much that I read it twice." - Scottish Review[/trim]


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  • The Hormone Factory Saskia Goldschmidt

    [trim]'The candid tongue of Motke's narration fires up this fast-paced novel, making him a character who won't soon be forgotten.' - The Skinny[/trim]


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  • The Last Tour of Archie Forbes Victoria Hendry

    [trim]'This is empathy of outstanding quality. Taking us inside Archie's war-ravaged mind, Victoria Hendry, with fine and often acerbic scrutiny, shows how our society responds to the traumatised service personnel of our overseas conflicts.' - Margaret Elphinstone[/trim]


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