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FICTION

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    Dacre’s War is a story of personal and political vengeance. Ten years after the battle of Flodden, Adam Crozier, head of his clan and of an increasingly powerful alliance of Borderers, learns for sure that it was Lord Thomas Dacre – now...

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    Dacre’s War is a story of personal and political vengeance. Ten years after the battle of Flodden, Adam Crozier, head of his clan and of an increasingly powerful alliance of Borderers, learns for sure that it was Lord Thomas Dacre – now...

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    On an island like no other, populated by writers, the annual Brilliant & Forever Festival is a much anticipated event; its participants a story away from either glory or infamy. This year, three best friends – two human, one alpaca –...

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    Ferdinand Mlambo, the youngest boy ever to become senior kitchen toto at State House, is in deep trouble. Disloyalty to Kuwisha’s Life President Ngwazi Nduka has not only cost him his prestigious job: the sinister chief steward to the...

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    Set in an unnamed place that appears to be under military rule, this novel comprises of various ‘transcribed and/or translated’ first-hand narratives of non-English speakers, reminiscent of accounts of incidents in Rwanda, Yugoslavia and...

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    This is James Kelman’s first collection of short stories – as fresh and sharp as when they first appeared from US publisher “Puckerbrush Press”. Set among the tenements and bedsits of Glasgow, they shine a light on the...

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    “Not Not While The Giro” is James Kelman’s first major collection of short stories – originally published by Polygon in 1983. The reader follows the lives of young men, social misfits, whose lives are spent waiting –...

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    This is a brilliant collection of stories set in the tenements and cheap casinos of Glasgow, Manchester and London.

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    “The Good Times” was James Kelman’s first work after winning the Booker Prize for his novel. How late it was, how late. The twenty first-person narratives portray ordinary people – men and boys facing uncomfortable truths,...

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    Passionate, exhilarating and darkly humorous, “The Burn” is an extraordinary collection of short stories by a master of paranoia and an unsurpassed prose stylist.

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    This is the seventh Dr Steven Dunbar thriller. The governments of the world know a terrorist biological attack will happen sooner rather than later. Vaccination is the only solution, but designing and producing vaccines has never been harder due to...

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    Steven Dunbar gets the news that an old friend, Dr Simone Ricard of Medicins Sans Frontieres, has died in an accident while attending a scientific meeting in Prague. She and her team have been working to eradicate polio in the border region between...

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    For a gentleman seeking more prestigious company amidst the bawdy houses of an eighteenth-century city, the House of Masques provides the perfect no-touch escorts. Girls, highly educated and socially trained, are geisha-like status symbols for...

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    A young, disabled girl is lost on a winter’s night in Leith, unable to help herself or find her way home. Someone is combing the streets, frantically searching for her. Within hours of her disappearance, a body is washed up on Beamer Rock, a...

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    For investigative journalist Carl Shewan, the Scottish coastal village of Inverlair is a picturesque cage. Imprisoned in this remote refuge by a technological catastrophe for which he feels partly responsible, Carl struggles to adapt to impending...