Glasgow and Clyde Valley Fiction Books

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  • Cover scan of Last Dance At The Wrecker's Ball
    Last Dance At The Wrecker's Ball - Robert Douglas - Hardback
    Glasgow, 1971. The old way of life is under threat for the tight-knit community in Dalbeattie Street, Maryhill. The shadow of the wrecker's ball looms large over their homes, and they must face the choice of moving to a new estate or dispersing throughout the city.
  • Cover scan of Waterline
    Waterline - Ross Raisin - Paperback
    Mick Little used to be a shipbuilder in the Glasgow docks. He returned from Australia 30 years ago with his beloved wife Cathy, who longed to be back home. But now Cathy's dead and it's probably his fault. Soon Mick will have to find a new way to live - get a new job, get away, start again, forget everything.
  • Cover scan of Hamish McHaggis And The Great Glasgow Treasure Hunt
    Hamish McHaggis And The Great Glasgow Treasure Hunt - Linda Strachan - Paperback
    Hamish McHaggis is a happy-go-lucky haggis, recognizable by his orange fur, big red nose and tartan hat. In tow is the sceptical Rupert Harold the Third, a hedgehog and English gent, Angus, the mischievous pine martin, and Jeannie, the accident prone osprey.
  • Cover scan of Wax Fruit
    Wax Fruit - Guy McCrone - Paperback
    'The Wax Fruit Trilogy' brings together Guy McCrone's three classic novels which chronicle the life and times of the Moorhouse family as they rise from the obscurity of an Ayrshire farm to prosperity in Victorian Glasgow.
  • Cover scan of Gillespie And I
    Gillespie And I - Jane Harris - Paperback
    In 1888, young, art-loving Harriet Baxter arrives in Glasgow at the time of the International Exhibition. Befriending the Gillespie family, Harriet soon becomes a fixture in all of their lives. But when tragedy strikes the promise and certainties of this world all too rapidly disorientate into mystery and deception.
  • Cover scan of Ruby
    Ruby - Meg Henderson - Paperback
    The MacLean family has more than their fair share of secrets. They live in a close-knit community on Glasgow's High Street and the men work on the railways. They're hard-working, ordinary, respectable people, but behind the faca̧de, they are a family in crisis.
  • Cover scan of Staying On Past The Terminus
    Staying On Past The Terminus - Robert Douglas - Hardback
    Glasgow 1961. It is ten years since we last visited the close at 18 Dalbeattie Street in Maryhill. The stalwarts are still there: Ella, Drena, Rhea and 'Granny' Thomson. Irma the German war bride speaks fluent Scots nowadays. Well, 'Fluent' if you were brought up in the same close as the Broons and Oor Wullie.
  • Cover scan of Waterline
    Waterline - Ross Raisin - Paperback
    Mick Little used to be a shipbuilder in the Glasgow docks. He returned from Australia 30 years ago with his beloved wife Cathy, who longed to be back home. But now Cathy's dead and it's probably his fault. Soon Mick will have to find a new way to live - get a new job, get away, start again, forget everything.
  • Cover scan of The Kellys Of Kelvingrove
    The Kellys Of Kelvingrove - Margaret Thomson Davis - Paperback
    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 Gillespie And I
    Gillespie And I - Jane Harris - Hardback
    In 1888, young, art-loving Harriet Baxter arrives in Glasgow at the time of the International Exhibition. Befriending the Gillespie family, Harriet soon becomes a fixture in all of their lives. But when tragedy strikes the promise and certainties of this world all too rapidly disorientate into mystery and deception.
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