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Covering a period of ten days, Gemmano is a compelling and inspiring story of people caught powerless in their own land, told from the perspective of two young Italian men.
It’s been a year since Rima Khalaf died in a fall from the Black Rock, deemed to be a tragic accident by the police. But her grieving parents are dissatisfied with the police investigation, so DS Amanda Pitt is sent north from Glasgow to the small town of Clachdubh to re-examine the case.
Set amidst the spectacular scenery of the Orkney Islands, Gabrielle Barnby's skilfully plotted first novel is a beautifully understated story of deception and forgiveness, love and redemption.
Moving from 1930s Capri to Paris, London and the Isle of Glass off the Scottish coast, The Last Wolf is a subtly crafted tale of lies and betrayals.
With a keenly observant eye and a finely detailed pen, Barnby illustrates the minutiae of life in this moving but unsentimental collection of short stories predominantly set in a small town in France.
Dark Times is the second part of Ethyl Smith’s sweeping Times series that follows the lives of ordinary people in extraordinary times.
This second novel of Highland Noir from Helen Forbes continues the series with a crime thriller that moves between Inverness, North Uist and London, reaching a terrifying denouement at the notorious Black Rock Gorge.
From the revivalist churches of Orkney in the 1970s, to the gay bars of London and Northern England in the 90s, via the divinity school at Aberdeen, this is the story of McGillivray, self-centered, promiscuous hypocrite, failed Church of Scotland minister, and his own worst enemy.
Raw, uncompromising. A viciously funny account of a man's desire to come to terms with himself.
Desperate Times is the third historical novel in Ethyl Smith’s series, following Changed Times and Dark Times, about the lives of ordinary Scottish people in extraordinary times.
In The Shadow Of The Hill skilfully captures the intricacies and malevolence of the underbelly of Highland and Island life, bringing tragedy and vengeance to the magical beauty of the Outer Hebrides.