BIC code: FNB
See also: Anthologies & Short Stories
- Add to BasketReheated Cabbage: Tales Of Chemical Degeneration
- Paperback - Vintage
Most of the stories in 'Reheated Cabbage' originally appeared in fugitive form in magazines and long out-of-print anthologies. Finally collected together, they show all Irvine Welsh's trademark skills.
- What Becomes
- Paperback - Vintage
Always attuned to the moment of epiphany, these 12 stories are profound, intimate observations of men and women whose lives ache with possibility. Each story is a dramatisation of the instant in a life that exposes it all: love and the lack of love, hope and the lack of hope.
- Not The End Of The World
- Paperback - Black Swan
Playful and profound, this collection of stories explores the world we think we know while offering a vision of another world which lurks beneath the surface of our consciousness, a world where the myths we have banished from our lives are startingly present & where imagination has the power to transform reality.
- Add to BasketThe Year Of Open Doors
- Paperback - Cargo
A collection featuring some of Scotland's most promising new writers writing on contemporary Scotland.
- Add to BasketThe Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes
- Paperback - Arcturus
Amid the foggy streets of sinister London, Holmes and Watson once more solve the unsolvable. In 'Speckled Band', 'The Engineer's Thumb' and ten other stories, Holmes grapples with the very extremes of treachery, duplicity and murderous end.
- Wireless: The Essential Charles Stross.
- Paperback - Orbit
This collection of science fiction stories and novellas from Charles Stross includes the titles 'Missile Gap', 'Trunk and Disorderly', 'Rogue Farm', 'A Colder War' and 'Maxos'.
- Add to BasketSushirexia: 32 Stories About Hunger
- Paperback - Freight
32 writers have taken hunger as a theme to offer up 32 remarkable short stories. Diverse in style and content, they range from tales of heart-breaking poignancy to laugh-out-loud farce.
- Add to BasketWhodunwhat: An Anthology Of New Writing By Nethergate Writers
- Paperback - Nethergate Writers
Where do writers get their ideas from? In 'Whodunwhat' the answer is - from readers. Nethergate Writers have produced an exciting collection from readers who responded to the challenge to provide a character and plot, resulting in a creative alliance that includes everything from humour to crime.
- Paperback - Leamington
This anthology celebrates the first 4 years of the 'Gun', 2004 to 2008.
- Add to BasketCrimespotting
- Paperback - Polygon
This title presents a collection of stories which feature crime and are set in Edinburgh. They range from hard-boiled police procedural to historical whodunit and from the wildly comic to the spookily supernatural.