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  1. The Photographer's Wife, Nick Alexander

    The Photographer's Wife

    Nick Alexander

    £8.99

    As photos are pulled from dusty boxes, with them tumble stories from the past; stories and secrets that will challenge every aspect of how Sophie sees her family and who her father really was.
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  2. Set Me Free, Daniela Sacerdoti

    Set Me Free

    Daniela Sacerdoti

    £7.99

    Daniela Sacerdoti returns to Glen Avich for a new story in this magical location in the Highlands of Scotland, following in the footsteps of bestsellers including Watch Over Me and Take Me Home.
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  3. Take Me Home, Daniela Sacerdoti

    Take Me Home

    Daniela Sacerdoti

    £7.99

    Take Me Home is a beautiful story of love, loss, discovering one's true abilities and, above all, never forgetting who you really are.
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  4. 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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  5. The Half-Life of Hannah, Nick Alexander

    The Half-Life of Hannah

    Nick Alexander

    £7.99

    Hannah is forced to question everything she thought she knew and believed. But is she brave enough to take the life-changing decisions her future happiness requires?
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  6. Tiny Acts of Love, Lucy Lawrie

    Tiny Acts of Love

    Lucy Lawrie

    £7.99

    Funny, perceptive and real, Tiny Acts of Love portrays the rawness of motherhood, the flipside of love and the powerful lure of paths not taken.
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  7. Other Halves, Nick Alexander

    Other Halves

    Nick Alexander

    £7.99

    Other Halves beautifully maps the break-up of a couple, with all the tough choices and heartache it entails, but above all it is a touching story of self-discovery, finding new love and beginning life afresh.
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  8. What Lot's Wife Saw, Ioanna Bourazopoulou

    What Lot's Wife Saw

    Ioanna Bourazopoulou

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    Translated by Yiannis Panas.

    £11.99

    A novel about the fear, sin and guilt that lurks in the dark corridors of the human conscience. It is a story on an epic scale about betrayal, sacrifice and unconditional love, and a darkly humorous parable recalling the Biblical tales of God's terrible rage and the fate that befell those who suffered it.
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  9. 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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  10. If I Touched The Earth, Cynthia Rogerson

    If I Touched The Earth

    Cynthia Rogerson

    £7.99

    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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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