Moira Forsyth’s simple story leads the reader into the complex world of one family’s complicated life.
There is much to enjoy in the second of Haggith’s trilogy despite a lack of momentum or excitement.
Ross dissects setting, era and character with unflinching awareness and sharp humour in his latest novel.
Wray sends a powerful message to both head and heart.
Tallack shines a light on Shetland in this absorbing, complexly layered story.
A time-shifting gothic mystery that combines Victorian sensibility with modern policing.
An absorbing mystery that gives insights into life in 1930s Berlin.
A welcome reprint that savours the Scottish rendering of old folk tales.
Stewed Rhubarb Press launches with a re-issue of Harry Giles’ pamphlet Tonguit.