Visitors to Grantown’s independent bookshop, The Bookmark, find a warm welcome for the town’s 7th crime fiction festival.
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.