Marianne Wheelaghan

Genre: Crime Fiction

DS Louisa Townsend has moved from Edinburgh to work for the Kiribati Police Service on Tarawa, a remote coral atoll in the middle of the Pacific. Locally she is known as the Scottish Detective Lady.

Louisa is in Fiji for a money laundering conference. From the moment she arrives in the country things go wrong. Louisa embarks on journey which takes her into Fiji’s underworld and fighting for her life.

The Shoeshine Killer is the second book in the Scottish Detective Lady mystery series featuring Detective Louisa Townsend.

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The Blue Suitcase

Marianne Wheelaghan

Genre: Historical Fiction

Antonia’s diary is the remarkable account of a teenage girl growing up in Nazi Germany, whose family are ripped apart by the policies of the National Socialist Government. It is a tragic story of survival but also of determination and reveals what life was really like for the ordinary person living under Hitler.

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Food of Ghosts

Marianne Wheelaghan

Genre: Crime Fiction

DS Louisa Townsend from Edinburgh is miles away from home, working for the police service on Tarawa, a tiny island in the Pacific. A mutilated body is found. Louisa is asked to find the killer. She jumps at the chance to be in charge of a murder investigation. But with no forensics and rumours of cannibalistic rituals, she quickly worries she’s out of her depth.

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Bill Dare

Bill Dare

Genre: Literary Fiction

Brian claims to be the only survivor of a plane crash, and has spent six years lost in an extraordinary world.
In a country run by doctors, Brian is forbidden to be well. In a land controlled by pigs, he is put out to stud. In a realm where women choose to be sex slaves, Brian confronts issues of free will and informed consent.

 


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One Tree

William Clinkenbeard
Ian Gilmour
Andrew McLellan

Genre: History

A History of St Andrew's and St George's West Churches, Edinburgh

 

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rest and be thankful

Louisa J. Dang

Genre: Crime Fiction

Katy’s humdrum life in North Carolina is turned upside down when her dad sends her to stay with her estranged mother, Liz, in Scotland over the summer. Liz leads a hippie existence, spending most of her time teaching yoga and keeping an eye on her sister, Claire, whose boyfriend Ewan gets violent when he’s drunk. The two sisters drag Katy on a road trip to see her homeland but seem more intent on escaping Glasgow than showing Katy the sights.

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The Mile by Craig Smith

Craig Smith

Genre: Scottish Fiction

It’s a week before 2014’s referendum on Scottish independence. Three friends: a nationalist, a unionist and a swing-voter meet for a pub crawl down Edinburgh’s historic Royal Mile.

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Bones and Whispers

Catherine G Gault

Genre: General Fiction

Secrets can be murder. Kate McKinnery’s a social worker, a protector of children, a fixer of broken lives. Yet her own life is built on a lie.

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Ruth F Hunt

Genre: General Fiction

Rachel flees her past to build a new life for herself. But living a lie isn't easy. She struggles with a guilty conscience and the fear of being exposed. Eventually, she has to decide: tell the truth and risk all, or say nothing and betray everything she has ever believed in. A stunning debut novel written with intelligence and clarity. Rachel's efforts to belong exposes our prejudices against those more vulnerable in society while shining a light on the power of friendship and the importance of being part of a community.

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Lucy James

Genre: Romantic Fiction

A plane touches down in South Korea and Grace Carmichael steps off it into an unknown and challenging world. The fast moving pace of life in Seoul is both scary and exhilarating. Her new job as an English teacher is a far cry from the mundane 9-5 events planner job she left behind in Edinburgh.

A story of heartbreak, new beginnings and the ultimate betrayal…

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forest king's daughter

Kendra Olson

Genre: Literary Fiction

An epic, coming-of-age journey told through the lens of a Swedish fairy tale. Set initially in 19th century Sweden and ending in the American state of Minnesota, The Forest King's Daughter tells the story of Ingrid, a young teenager, who lives with her parents and younger brothers in rural Värmland. They are poor farmers who have suffered hardship and death.
Ingrid has finished her schooling and is now bound to catechism lessons. Meanwhile a new schoolteacher has come to the village. He and Ingrid become good friends, to the chagrin of the all-powerful village church, and eventually her parents, who forbid their meeting.
Ingrid’s desire to stand up for what she believes in leads her far from her home and family. While this is the story of a single young woman, it is also the story of hundreds of women like her who emigrated to America in the 19th century.  


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Finding Destiny

Katrina Hart

Genre: Fantasy Fiction

When eighteen year old Alex’s little sister’s pony goes missing, he sets out to look for her and finds himself in a strange gypsy camp in the middle of a forest. The pony is being cared for by a young girl called Faith. When Alex accepts a drink from Faith’s grandmother, he wakes up later to find himself transported into 2038 to a technologically-advanced, very colourful world inhabited by humans and robots. Alex soon discovers that he is now twenty, married and has a magical little baby girl. A magic he only seems to notice. He soon finds out that he will have to defend his little girl from the half-breeds with everything he has. He travels back through the magic pages of books to try and save her before it is too late and she is lost from him forever.

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