General Fiction


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  • Cover scan of Kill Your Friends
    Kill Your Friends
    John Niven - Paperback - Windmill Books
    'Kill Your Friends' is a dark, satirical and funny evisceration of the record business, a place populated by frauds, charlatans and bluffers, where ambition is a higher currency than talent, and where it seems anything can be achieved as long as you want it badly enough.
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    Klaus
    Allan Massie - Paperback - Vagabond Voices
    Klaus is a novella that recounts the last days of Klaus Mann's life, while referring back to the trials of the Mann family (Klaus being Thomas Mann's son) and Klaus's own autobiographical novel, Mephisto, one of his better known works partly because it was banned in West Germany for decades.
  • Cover scan of King Of Cuba
    King Of Cuba
    Cristina García - Paperback - Sandstone Press
    El Comandante, an aging Castro-like dictator shambles about his mansion in Havana, grappling with the stale end of his life that is as devoid of grandeur as his nearly 60-year-old revolution. Across the waters in Florida, Goyo Herrera, a Miami exile in his 80s, plots his revenge.
  • Cover scan of The Kiln
    The Kiln
    William McIlvanney - Paperback - Canongate
    This novel tells of Tom Docherty who is back in Graithnock from Paris for his brother's funeral. Memories come flooding back to him of his youth spent there in the 1950s.
  • Cover scan of Killing The Messenger
    Killing The Messenger
    Christopher Wallace - Paperback - Freight
    A gripping, intelligent, high stakes political conspiracy thriller with a satirical edge, this book tests its two central characters to the limit as it exposes the advertising industry's subliminal programming of the Facebook generation, the cynicism of government spin and the temptations of power.
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    Killing The Messenger
    Christopher Wallace - Paperback - Freight
    A gripping, intelligent, high stakes political conspiracy thriller with a satirical edge, this book tests its two central characters to the limit as it exposes the advertising industry's subliminal programming of the Facebook generation, the cynicism of government spin and the temptations of power.
  • Cover scan of The Kellys Of Kelvingrove
    The Kellys Of Kelvingrove
    Margaret Thomson Davis - Paperback - B&W
    Hidden behind Kelvingrove Art Gallery is a line of 7 rented houses. Though quiet and out of sight alongside the River Kelvin, they accommodate 7 very different families, along with their problems. Each household will soon find themselves mixed up in the problems of the others as malicious schemes and secrets are exposed.
  • Cover scan of The Kellys Of Kelvingrove
    The Kellys Of Kelvingrove
    Margaret Thomson Davis - Hardback - B&W
    Hidden behind Kelvingrove Art Gallery is a line of 7 rented houses. Though quiet and out of sight alongside the River Kelvin, they accommodate 7 very different families, along with their problems. Each household will soon find themselves mixed up in the problems of the others as malicious schemes and secrets are exposed.
  • Cover scan of The Kilt Maker

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    The Kilt Maker
    Anne Douglas - Paperback - Severn House Paperbacks
    Kilt maker Kirsty Muir is left broken hearted when fiddler Jake MacIver disappears off on tour. However, her heart is mended by Fraser Gilmour, owner of the kilt shop. That is, until the day when she finds Jake waiting outside her door, full of apologies and claims of love.
  • Cover scan of The Kilt Maker
    The Kilt Maker
    Anne Douglas - Hardback - Severn House
    Kilt maker Kirsty Muir is left broken hearted when fiddler Jake MacIver disappears off on tour. However, her heart is mended by Fraser Gilmour, owner of the kilt shop. That is, until the day when she finds Jake waiting outside her door, full of apologies and claims of love.

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