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A Salt Splashed Cradle: Chris Longmuir$4.99
Life and Love in 1830s Scotland. Set in a Scottish fishing village the story reflects the living conditions and morals of the ordinary fisher folk of that time.
And in paperback at all bookstores
The Figurehead: Bill Kirton$3.33
Aberdeen, 1840. As John Grant is creating a figurehead combining the features of two women, he also uncovers the evils behind the death of the shipwright who employs him.
“… a beautifully written murder mystery set in Aberdeen, Scotland in the mid-1800’s. The characterization was splendid, with each character, minor or major, never perfect, always leaving a shred of doubt in my mind as to their true motivations. And you’ll never guess the ending…This is story telling at its finest, written so vividly you can see the details”. Historical Novel Review
Paperback £7.64 / $10.94
The Prodigal Son: Anna Belfrage$5.60
Category: Historical Fiction.
1665: Scottish Ayrshire is torn asunder by religious strife, Presbyterian ministers persecuted by English soldiers. Matthew Graham is honour-bound to help – no matter the cost to himself and his family.
The Sparrow Conundrum: Bill Kirton$3.08
An ex girl-friend, an exploding garden, two wrestlers, multiple homicides, a sociopathic cop, and fragments of a postman. All waiting for Chris Machin – codename Sparrow. Satirical absurdity at its funniest.
“The Sparrow Conundrum is the demon love child of Spike Milligan and John Le Carre. I absolutely adore this one—hysterically funny, with this weirdly tender wickedness.” Maria Bustillos, author of Dorkismo: the Macho of the Dork and Act Like a Gentleman, Think Like a Woman.