Books tagged: scottish literature

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Killer's Cut
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 65,120. Language: English. Published: April 17, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Police Procedural, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Traditional British
A severed human leg is found buried deep inside a Scottish wood. An arm is uncovered on Dundee’s Law Hill. Treasure hunters unearth a grizzly trophy at a Dundee beauty spot. An evil killer who has turned murder into a sport. DI Shona McKenzie is catapulted into a deadly game of human jigsaw. The chase is on to catch a killer before it's too late.
Changing Light
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 32,520. Language: English. Published: April 8, 2014 by Hamish Scott. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Fiction » Visionary & metaphysical
Stephen Whyte’s solemn nature and delicate sensibility alienates him from what he sees as the malaise of the crude sensibility and coarse, frivolous life of his community. His search for a means to remedy that malaise, and thereby end his isolation and take a place in the community appropriate to his ‘higher’ sensibility, leads him to a course of action that risks his entire future and well-being.
ClockWorks Vol 1
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 20,170. Language: British English. Published: June 10, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Poetry - multi-author, Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - multi-author
ClockWorks is an anthology of poetry, flash fiction and short fiction custom made to be read on the Glasgow Subway whether your journey takes one stop or seven
The Chimaera Institute
Price: Free! Words: 17,730. Language: English. Published: November 13, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
Anecdotes, rumour, gossip...urban myths can straddle all those categories. Often they are short, like fables and can be told quickly in a paragraph or two. The tales in this book draw from various sources. I like to think of urban myths as little acorns desperate to grow into oaks, and love providing them with knots, gnarls and leaves.