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Celebrating traditional Scots words about nature

Celebrating traditional Scots words about nature

In A Scots Dictionary of Nature, published on 20 September 2018, artist Amanda Thomson curates and p …

New paperback edition of The Nature of Autumn

New paperback edition of The Nature of Autumn

Jim Crumley’s wonderful The Nature of Autumn, which was longlisted for the prestigious Wainwright Go …

Saraband authors at Edinburgh International Book Festival

Saraband authors at Edinburgh International Book Festival

Six of Saraband’s authors will be appearing at this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival, ta …

‘Mary & the Lama’ at Borders Book Festival

‘Mary & the Lama’ at Borders Book Festival

Lama Yeshe Rinpoche, Abbot of Samye Ling monastery Eskdalemuir, and Dr Mary Gunn are appearing at th …

The Accident on the A35 longlisted for UK’s top crime fiction prize

The Accident on the A35 longlisted for UK’s top crime fiction prize

Graeme Macrae Burnet’s latest novel, The Accident on the A35, has been longlisted for the Theakston’ …

The Posy Ring: a beautiful literary historical romance

The Posy Ring: a beautiful literary historical romance

The Posy Ring, published on 12 April 2018, marks the beginning of a wonderful new historical fiction …

The Accident on the A35 out in paperback

The Accident on the A35 out in paperback

The paperback edition of Graeme Macrae Burnet’s latest novel, The Accident on the A35, is published …

The Walrus Mutterer: a new era in historical fiction

The Walrus Mutterer: a new era in historical fiction

Mandy Haggith’s new novel, The Walrus Mutterer, published by Saraband on 21 March 2018, opens up a w …

Otter and Kingfisher: two new Encounters in the Wild titles

Otter and Kingfisher: two new Encounters in the Wild titles

Supremely talented nature writer Jim Crumley returns with two new additions to his hugely popular En …

Burnout: a crime novel for the Weinstein, Westminster and #MeToo era

Burnout: a crime novel for the Weinstein, Westminster and #MeToo era

Maggie and Wilma, the crime-fighting odd couple who first appeared in last year’s McIlvanney Prize-l …