• Castles from Cobwebs J.A. Mensah

    [trim]‘A compelling exploration of memory, race, mothers and the fractured self, Mensah questions the frameworks through which we understand the world and interrogates how to put disparate parts of our identities together to become the most true version of ourselves.' – Jessica Andrews, author of Saltwater, winner of the Portico Prize 2020[/trim]


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  • The Scribbler Iain Maitland

    [trim]"Very few authors could sustain the tension of a final scene over one hundred and eighteen pages. Maitland, however, has the reader bound up as tightly as a hostage, and he never loses that grip … this is an outstandingly good book." Rosemary Kaye, Scones and Chaise Longues Blog[/trim]


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  • The Lyre Dancers Mandy Haggith

    [trim]"Convincing, provocative … evoked with lyrical detail … triumphantly draws together all the threads … while successfully eluding any simplistic resolution." Margaret Elphinstone, Northwords Now[/trim]


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

    [trim]“A superlative page-turner” Rosemary Kaye[/trim]


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  • Dead Ringer Nicola Martin

    [trim]“A tense and compelling story that courageously embraces contemporary themes ranging from new tech consumption to mental health … plays out as a treacherous and disturbing nightmare … will delight fans of Killing Eve.” Daily Mail[/trim]


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  • Payback Claire MacLeary

    [trim]'Claire MacLeary has, with little fuss or fanfare, written a crime series that subverts and rejuvenates the crime genre' Scots Whay Hae[/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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