Fiction: Available Titles

Fiction: Available Titles
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  • Silent Thunder, by Archie MacphersonA worthy heir to Buchan and RL Stevenson

    Silent Thunder is the first novel by Archie Macpherson, well known and well-loved throughout Scotland as its premier sports announcer. Before finding success in his dual careers as first an Educator then a Sports Broadcaster, Archie wrote several short stories some of which were published in national media. Having finally retired from full-time broadcasting, he …

  • School Daze, by Elaine McGeachySchool Daze

    School Daze is a hugely enjoyable romp through the social, sexual and professional dilemmas facing three recently qualified young teachers as they try to cope with the increased stresses in the modern day education world.” Caitlyn, Jamie and Jennifer all share an infectious enthusiasm for and deep love of their chosen profession. Qualifying on the …

  • Calling Cards, by Gordon JohnstonCalling Cards by Gordon Johnston

    Calling Cards is a fresh and exciting addition to the ranks of Tartan Noir. It is an novel exploration of the impact of stress and trauma on individuals, encompassing their resort to addiction, recovery, and denial. It highlights the influence of the equally corrupting desires for success or revenge. Linking the small Scottish worlds of …

  • Good Deed, by Steve ChristieGD-Thumb

    Good Deed is a fast paced crime novel that captures the reader from beginning to end. Described by one reviewer as “Christopher Brookmyre on speed, with more thrills and less farce”, the gripping story of Good Deed rattles along relentlessly, leaving the reader breathless but enthralled. Good Deed introduces a new Scottish detective hero, DI …

  • The Great Escape? by Sandy Jamiesongreat-escape-thumb

    “The Great Escape?” is that rarity, an intelligent readable novel about football and families. It is the story of Derek Duncan, a Celtic supporter from birth, who became a Scottish international football player, and his attempt to make himself an immortal football manager. He intends to do with a struggling provincial English club Griston City, …

  • Own Goal, by Sandy JamiesonOwnGoal-thumb

    OWN GOAL is set in Glasgow in 1990 and tells of one’s Glaswegian’s dramatic contribution to Glasgow’s Year as European City of Culture. The first part, Game One, tells the story of Frank Hunter’s attempt to gain a fitting revenge on the Tory Headmaster who had scuppered Frank’s most precious dream many years previously. His …

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