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- Add to BasketA Scandalous Man
- Paperback - Harper
His near death made all the news channels despite the fact that the Prime Minister had called an election on that very day. The Prime Minister regarded him as the hard man, and depended on him because he brought solutions, not problems. But the political deals he had to do had their price and someone, sometime was going to have to pay it.
- Paperback - Snowbooks
Driven by lust and fear, mortuary worker Douglas finds a way to make girls remain excitingly silent and inert. But then he is forced to blank out the details of their unplanned deaths. Now Douglas has his sights set on Marjorie.
- Add to BasketThe Lost World: Being An Account Of The Recent Amazing Adventures Of Professor George E. Challenger, Lord John Roxton, Professor Summerlee, And Mr E.D. Malone Of The Daily Gazette
- Paperback - Oxford University Press
A scientific expedition sets out to explore a plateau in South America that remains frozen in time from the days when prehistoric creatures roamed the Earth.
- Add to BasketKidnapped
- Paperback - Capuchin Classics
'Kidnapped' is Robert Louis Stevenson's classic adventure novel. David Balfour sets off to find his last remaining relatives, but is tricked into boarding a ship, and finds himself bound for slavery in Carolina.
- Sophia's Secret
- Paperback - Allison & Busby
Carolyn McClelland, a writer of historical novels, finds herself with a familiar enemy: writer's block. A change of scenery leads her, and her book, in a whole new direction. Writing about the attempted Jacobite invasion of 1708, Carolyn takes up residence in a cottage in the North East of Scotland.
- Add to BasketThe Soul Collector
- Paperback - Mira
Brutally targeted by the 'White Devil' serial killer, Matt Wells knows what it's like to look evil in the face - and survive. He's rebuilt his life, but has never stopped looking over his shoulder. Then his best friend is found murdered and cryptic clues to the next victim are sent to Matt.
- The Blockade Runners
- Paperback - Luath
Jules Verne is the author of many classic, world-famous novels such as 'Around the World in 80 Days' and 'Journey to the Centre of the Earth'. In this new translation of 'The Blockade Runners', Verne moves seamlessly between Scotland and the southern states of the US during the American Civil War.
- Add to BasketAngel Rising
- Hardback - Severn House
1945. Anna Fehrbach is still wanted by the Russians for an attempt on the life of Stalin. When they trace her to her Scottish refuge, she escapes the only way she knows how: she shoots her way out. But she can't keep the Russians at bay for long, so in return for protection, Anna agrees to work for the American OSS again - now the CIA.
- Add to BasketThe Devil's Staircase
- Hardback - Polygon
Bronny, a young Australian, finds herself down and out in London. She's a sheltered girl - gentle and kind - who has spent her teenage years in a fearful, cautious bubble. She's never taken drugs, had sex or killed anyone. Within six weeks she's done all three.
- Add to BasketRed Alert
- Hardback - B&W
Margaret Thomson Davis' novel tells the story of the Price family and is set in a Glasgow fire station and in the world famous Glasgow School of Art.