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- Add to BasketMaking Shore
- Paperback - Saraband
Torpedoed by a German U-boat, adrift on the open ocean, gravely weakened and slowly dying of thirst - the odds of making shore are lengthening with each gruelling hour. Deliverance from purgatory on a decaying lifeboat will take something far more remarkable than sheer endurance.
- Add to BasketMagnus Fin And The Ocean Quest
- Paperback - Floris
There has always been something unusual about Magnus Fin, a school misfit. On his 11th birthday Magnus throws a message in a bottle out to sea, wishing for a best friend and to be more brave - and he gets a lot more than he bargained for.
- Add to BasketManfred The Baddie
- Paperback - Quercus
Manfred the Baddie is the baddest baddie of all. He kidnaps brilliant inventors and forces them to build him diabolical crime machines. But the day comes when he realises he is so bad that nobody likes him. Can Manfred change his ways?
- Add to BasketMoonshine In The Morning
- Paperback - Alma
'Moonshine in the Morning' presents an unforgettable cast of strong-minded women and their wayward husbands clinging to village life in Thailand before the relentless advance of modernity.
- Add to BasketMorocco Rococo
- Paperback - Cinnamon
A debut poetry collection from award-winning author Jane McKie, who visited the Sahara to complete the collection. Some pieces have been published in magazines and anthologies, including New Writing Scotland . The collection takes the reader on journeys from Africa to rural Britain and into the pages of mythology.
- Add to BasketMorvern Callar
- Paperback - Vintage
This contemporary debut novel from Scottish author Alan Warner centres on Morvern Callar who wakens one morning to discover her boyfriend has committed suicide in the kitchen. Her reaction is both intriguing and immoral and her ensuing actions appalling.
- Add to BasketThe Museum Of Doubt
- Paperback - Canongate
This collection features surreal short stories from James Meek. The array of characters who populate his world are driven by paranoia, as well as hopes and fears of things only half-glimpsed.
- Add to BasketMean Time
- Paperback - Anvil Press Poetry
In her fourth collection, Carol Ann Duffy dramatizes scenes from childhood, adolescence and adulthood, finding moments of grace or consolation in memory, love and language amid the complexities of life.
- Add to BasketThe Magic Flute
- Paperback - Phoenix
The Magic Flute is a funny, sharply observant novel, combining gritty realism with great humour & considerable poetry. Spence won the McVitie's Scottish Writer of the Year Prize in 1996. Previous novels include Way to Go & Its Colours They Are Fine.