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  1. Jack Shian and the King's Chalice, Andrew Symon
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    Jack's family are Shian, 'otherworld' creatures who have crept in and out of human affairs throughout history. And Jack's family are special: working for the Shian Congress, they have been watching over the Stone of Destiny - one of the great Shian treasures - for seven hundred years.
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  2. Watch Over Me, Daniela Sacerdoti

    Watch Over Me

    Daniela Sacerdoti

    £7.99

    An ethereal and beautifully written debut novel, Watch Over Me is a poignant story about letting go and moving on with a little help from beyond the grave.
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  3. His Father's Son, Tony Black

    His Father's Son

    Tony Black

    £11.99

    His Father's Son is a touching and beautiful story of a family struggling to come to terms with their past, their present and an uncertain future.
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  4. Tide, Daniela Sacerdoti

    Tide

    Daniela Sacerdoti

    £7.99

    Sarah, Sean, Nicholas and their companions must unearth the identity and location of the Enemy - the leader of the demons - before the world plunges into the Time of Demons once more...
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  5. If I Touched The Earth, Cynthia Rogerson

    If I Touched The Earth

    Cynthia Rogerson

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    A warm and compelling novel, delicately weaving a powerful story about life's unexpected moments and the ways in which these events can change our paths forever.
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  6. Indian Summer, Maureen Reynolds

    Indian Summer

    Maureen Reynolds

    £9.99

    There are lots of changes happening at Molly McQueen's Agency. Biggest of all is that Molly herself must decide whether or not she should move to Australia to be with her family. If she does, it will mean the end of the Agency she has dreamed of and worked so hard to build.
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  7. Eighteen Couper Street, Millie Gray
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    The story highlights the amazing Leith community spirit of all concerned who lived through this period.
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  8. Dreams, Daniela Sacerdoti

    Dreams

    Daniela Sacerdoti

    £7.99

    First book in the paranormal YA trilogy THE SARAH MIDNIGHT TRILOGY. Ever since her thirteenth birthday, seventeen-year-old Sarah Midnight's dreams have been plagued by demons - but unlike most people's nightmares, Sarah's come true.
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  9. The Wax Fruit Trilogy, Guy McCrone

    The Wax Fruit Trilogy

    Guy McCrone

    £9.99

    The Wax Fruit Trilogy brings together Guy McCrone's three classic novels, Antimacassar City, The Philistines, and The Puritans, which chronicle the life and times of the Moorhouse family as they rise from the obscurity of an Ayrshire farm to the position of great prosperity in Victorian Glasgow.
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  10. The Breadmakers Saga, Margaret Thomson Davis

    The Breadmakers Saga

    Margaret Thomson Davis

    £9.99

    The Breadmakers Saga follows the story of a Glasgow working class community living through the dark days of the Depression and the Second World War.
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  11. I Love You, Goodbye, Cynthia Rogerson

    I Love You, Goodbye

    Cynthia Rogerson

    £7.99

    Skillfully entwining observations of life in the Scottish Highlands, examinations of love in its various stages, and characterization that draws the reader in from the very first page, this is a novel that, though set in the most specific of locations, strives to answer a universal question: what is love?
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  12. Republics of the Mind, James Robertson

    Republics of the Mind

    New and Selected Stories

    James Robertson

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    Surreal, realistic, angry, philosophical, funny and humane, Robertson's shorter fiction explores the lives of his characters with the same deftness of touch that has brought critical acclaim for novels such as And the Land Lay Still and The Testament of Gideon Mack.
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  13. Ruby, Meg Henderson

    Ruby

    Meg Henderson

    £8.99

    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 facade, they are a family in crisis.
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  14. A Private Sorrow, Maureen Reynolds

    A Private Sorrow

    Maureen Reynolds

    £9.99

    It is autumn 1954, and after the success of Molly McQueen's detective agency, she decides to add a new domestic branch...
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  15. Crystal's Song, Millie Gray

    Crystal's Song

    Millie Gray

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    Millie Gray returns to wartime Leith to weave another tale full of warmth and humour, hardship and survival.
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