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  1. Glitter of Mica, Jessie Kesson

    Glitter of Mica

    Jessie Kesson

    £7.99

    An unforgettable portrait of a world that has now vanished forever, Glitter of Mica is a moving evocation of a close-knit rural community in the early twentieth century.


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  2. Another Time, Another Place
    £7.99

    A moving portrayal of the tragic consequences of a clash of cultures, Another Time, Another Place is a haunting tale of love and war from one of Scotland’s finest authors.


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  3. The White Bird Passes, Jessie Kesson

    The White Bird Passes

    Jessie Kesson

    £7.99

    A gritty and moving portrayal of a young girl facing hardship and deprivation, The White Bird Passes is an autobiographical novel written with warmth, humour and insight.
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  4. Moving on, Millie Gray

    Moving On

    Millie Gray

    £7.99

    Moving On is a saga of love, family and friendship in hard times, with the Anderson family finding that, even after the war is over, they still have their problems of their own to resolve.
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  5. The Sunday Girls, Maureen Reynolds

    The Sunday Girls

    Maureen Reynolds

    £7.99

    A compelling story describing the trials and tribulations of working-class life, family and a close-knit community in pre-war Dundee.
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  6. Dragon Land, Maureen Reyonolds

    Dragon Land

    Maureen Reynolds

    £7.99

    Dragon Land is an epic story set across generations of the Flint family as they battle war and conflict throughout the world as the Great War, the Japanese invasion of China and finally the Second Word War rage on around them and rips the family apart. It is a story of love, hope and survival.
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  7. The Tangling of the Web, Millie Gray
    £7.99

    Bestselling author Millie Gray returns to post-war Leith to weave in her own inimitable way a tale of struggle, hardship and intrigue.
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  8. 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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  9. Eighteen Couper Street, Millie Gray
    £7.99

    The story highlights the amazing Leith community spirit of all concerned who lived through this period.
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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. Crystal's Song, Millie Gray

    Crystal's Song

    Millie Gray

    £8.99

    Millie Gray returns to wartime Leith to weave another tale full of warmth and humour, hardship and survival.
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  15. The Kelley's of Kelvingrove, Margaret Thomson Davis

    The Kelley's of Kelvingrove

    Margaret Thomson Davis

    £6.99

    With a handsome police officer for a husband and a brand new house in a quiet, secluded street bordering Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Mae Kelly appears to have it all. But appearances can be deceptive, and Mae soon finds the demands of living at 1 Waterside Way are more than she bargained for.
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