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- Don't Drink And Fly: The Story Of Bernice O'Hanlon
- Paperback - Roundfire
Bernice is a witch with many skeletons in her closet. She has an addictive personality, works as a holistic therapist, and struggles to maintain any intimate relationships. When mysterious letters start appearing at her door, she begins to think about her childhood and, with the help of her long-suffering friend Maggie, tries to come to terms with her past and the family she left behind. But nothing in Bernice's life is ever simple.
- Paperback - Sandstone Press
In the closing years of the rule of the Shah, young Talkhoon lives with her sister, Taara, with her grandmother Khanum-Jaan, her grandfather Baba-Ji, and her disturbing uncle, Asaad, in the house known as The Drum Tower in Tehran. In the tower, Baba-Ji continues his life's work, an unfinishable book on the Simorgh, the Bird of Knowledge, but revolution of one sort or another is on the way and Talkhoon's father is in hiding. The girls live with the mystery of their missing mother, and Khanum-Jaan's inexplicable hatred of her.
- Dead Lovely
- Paperback - Faber & Faber
Krissie & Sarah have been best friends forever. Sarah is married to Kyle & they are trying for a baby. Krissie becomes pregnant after a one night stand on holiday & this upsets Sarah, who is having trouble conceiving. To ease the tension between them all, they go on a walking holiday in Loch Lomond, which has disastrous consequences.
- The Death Of Bunny Munro
- Paperback - Canongate
Struggling to keep a grip on reality after his wife's death, Bunny Munro does the only thing he can think of: with his young son in tow, he hits the road. An epic chronicle of one man's judgement, 'The Death of Bunny Munro' is also an achingly tender portrait of the relationship between father and son.
- The Disappearance Of Adèle Bedeau
- Paperback - Contraband
Manfred Baumann is a loner. Socially awkward and ill at ease, he spends his evenings surreptitiously observing Adèle Bedeau, the sullen but alluring waitress at his local bistro. Then one day she vanishes into thin air.
- Add to BasketDarkest Before The Dawn
- Paperback - Ulverscroft
Joe Lennox becomes bitter and deranged and blames Billy Caraford when his son is killed in a car accident, but Billy has lost his best friend and is badly injured himself. Despite the misgivings of his parents, he is still determined to be a farmer. He summons his courage to go to university, but privately he regards himself as a cripple. Kimberley is orphaned when her father dies and she moves to Scotland with her aunt. As she grows into a lovely young woman, Kim finds the strength to confront problems and fight for the life she craves.
- Dragon Land
- Paperback - Black & White Publishing
Lizzie Flint learns things a young girl shouldn't know. During WWII, she learns that her father is missing in action, and she and her mother will have to live with her grandmother until he is found. Grown up, Lizzie develops an adventurous streak and travels to Hong Kong to take up a teaching post. She marries, but her husband is sent to Shanghai to report on the Japanese bombings - and Lizzie fears that, like her father, she will never see her husband again.
- Paperback - Canongate
This is the re-issue of the powerful portrait of a heroic figure in a Scottish mining town before the Great Depression, which won the Whitbread Award in 1975.
- Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend
- Paperback - Sphere
Sophie Chesterton has been living the high life of glamorous parties, men and new clothes, never thinking about tomorrow. But after one shocking evening, she comes back down to earth with the cruellest of bumps. Facing up to life in the real world for the first time, Sophie must now work her way back up.
- Dead Secret
- Paperback - Old Street Publishing
A grieving daughter discovers letters in her late father's desk that make her question everything she thought she knew about him. Did he murder her mother? Is her sister really her sister? A shattering journey into the past follows, as she tries to find out what really happened in a remote Highland village twenty years ago.