Fiction: Available Titles

Fiction: Available Titles
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  • Fiction for £5: Scotball, by Stephen O’Donnell

    “Scotball is the eagerly awaited follow-up to the author’s critically acclaimed debut novel “Paradise Road”. Scotball is a searing examination of the current state of Scottish football and the various social, political and economic forces that combine to strangle its integrity and potential.It will have a wide appeal  being of interest to everyone concerned about …

  • The Gori’s Daughter, by Shazia Hobbs

    The Gori’s Daughter is the fictional story of Aisha, a young mixed race girl, daughter of a Kashmiri father and a Glaswegian mother moved into the household as mistress alongside the Muslim wife and the children from both relationships. Her whole life is a constant struggle against the rejection and hostility her background generates in both Glasgow’s white and Asian communities. …

  • Fiction for £5: Silent Thunder, by Archie Macpherson

    Silent Thunder is the first novel by Archie Macpherson, well known and well-loved throughout Scotland as its premier sports announcer. Before finding success in his dual careers as first an Educator then a Sports Broadcaster, Archie wrote several short stories some of which were published in national media. “Silent Thunder is a refreshing return to …

  • Fiction for £5: School Daze, by Elaine McGeachySchool Daze

    School Daze is a hugely enjoyable romp through the social, sexual and professional dilemmas facing three recently qualified young teachers as they try to cope with the increased stresses in the modern day education world.” Caitlyn, Jamie and Jennifer all share an infectious enthusiasm for and deep love of their chosen profession. Qualifying on the …

  • A Subtle Sadness, by Sandy Jamieson

    A Subtle Sadness is a rigorous exploration of Scottish Identity and the impact on it of the key Scottish obsessions of politics, football, religion, sex and alcohol. It deserves to be read by everyone seeking to understand the Scottish character. A Subtle Sadness focuses on the family and personal history of Frank Hunter, a sad …

  • Fiction for £5: Calling Cards, by Gordon Johnston

    Calling Cards is a fresh and exciting addition to the ranks of Tartan Noir. It is an novel exploration of the impact of stress and trauma on individuals, encompassing their resort to addiction, recovery, and denial. It highlights the influence of the equally corrupting desires for success or revenge. Linking the small Scottish worlds of …

  • Special Offer: Between Two Bridges & Torn Edges for £15

    Between Two Bridges and Torn Edges for the special price of £15 including postage and packing. (Saving of £5) Torn Edges:A riveting mystery story linking modern day Glasgow with 1920’s Ireland. When a gold coin very similar to a family heirloom is found at the scene of a Glasgow murder, a search is begun that takes …

  • Fiction for £5: Paradise Road, by Stephen O’Donnell

    Paradise Road is the story of Kevin McGarry a young man from the West of Scotland, who as a youngster was one of the most talented footballers of his generation in Scotland. Through a combination of injury and disillusionment, Kevin is forced to abandon any thoughts of playing the game he loves, professionally. Instead he …

  • Fiction for £5: Good Deed, by Steve Christie

    Good Deed is a fast paced crime novel that captures the reader from beginning to end. Described by one reviewer as “Christopher Brookmyre on speed, with more thrills and less farce”, the gripping story of Good Deed rattles along relentlessly, leaving the reader breathless but enthralled. Good Deed introduces a new Scottish detective hero, DI …

  • Torn Edges, by Brian McHugh

    Torn Edges is a riveting mystery story linking modern day Glasgow with 1920’s Ireland. When a gold coin very similar to a family heirloom is found at the scene of a Glasgow murder, a search is begun that takes the McKenna family, assisted by their Librarian friend Liam, through their own family history right back …

 

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