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  • Ayrshire Idyllsby Neil Munro

    Soft Editions 2002; US$ 6.75

    A short story collection by Neil Munro, best known as the author of the "Para Handy" tales, but also the creator of many more serious works. Ayrshire Idylls features stories about Robert Burns, Boswell and Doctor Johnson, John Galt and two episodes involving the persecution of the Covenanters during the "Killing Times". Prior to its release as an... more...

  • Catrionaby Robert Louis Stevenson

    Soft Editions 2002; US$ 2.99

    Written in 1893, Catriona is the sequel to the highland adventure Kidnapped. Again it follows the young David Balfour, and picks up from the last novel with David trying to secure safe passage to France for his companion Alan Breck Stewart, and to clear both their names of the murder of Colin Campbell of Glenure the ?Red Fox?. The political complexities... more...

  • A Conspiracy of Ravensby Neal Sillars

    Soft Editions 2009; US$ 5.95

    Feeding on a rich tradition of Scottish folklore, 'A Conspiracy of Ravens' is a moving tale of impossible love, of friendship and of family; but above all, it is a story of hope, of realising dreams, and of new beginnings. more...

  • Cronan the Librarianby Steve Westcott

    Soft Editions 2009; US$ 5.95

    In a world dominated by the Blackabbots and their evil black dragons, the Ogmus have been driven underground into the mountain refuge of Hope. Their 'Book of Prophesies', written by the drug-crazed prophet Nostra, tells of the return of the good dragons, led by the great magician Snor?kel, and the liberation of the Ogmus. When the book is stolen,... more...

  • A Crystal Ageby William H. Hudson

    Soft Editions 2002; US$ 5.49

    A young man is transported into the future, to a changed earth where men live in peace with each other and in harmony with the planet. As he struggles to come to grips with the contrast with his old life, he falls in love with one of the women of the family who have 'adopted' him. more...

  • My Schools and Schoolmastersby Hugh Miller; James Robertson

    Soft Editions 2002; US$ 8.99

    My Schools and Schoolmasters is Hugh Miller's account of his extraordinary life - from the hardships of is early life in Cromarty, in North Eastern Scotland, where he originally worked as a stonemason, to his later years as a scientist, journalist, lecturer and defender of Christianity against the Evolutionists. By the time of his tragic suicide in... more...

  • Travels in the Interior Districts of Africaby Mungo Park

    Soft Editions 2003; US$ 6.99

    In 1795, at the age of twenty-four, Mungo Park began a journey from the Gambia into the uncharted interior of the African continent. Travelling with only native guides, and later entirely alone, his goal was to become the first European to reach the River Niger and the fabled city of Timbuctoo. The journey took him through warring African kingdoms... more...

  • The A to Z of Paranormal Scotlandby Ron Halliday

    Soft Editions 2001; US$ 8.99

    For those with a taste for the mysterious, this book should prove to be a tempting prospect. Scotland has always had a reputation for holding dark secrets through the ages and Ron Halliday's new book delves into the subject with descriptive vigour and a clarity that transports the reader to the very heart of the unexplained. With Unidentified Flying... more...

  • Broken Men and Fallen Womenby Rod MacDonald

    Soft Editions 2003; US$ 6.99

    A tale of blackmail, prostitution, murder and revenge, Rod MacDonald's compelling first novel carries on the great tradition of Edinburgh crime thrillers. more...

  • The Brownie of Bodsbeckby James Hogg

    Soft Editions 2002; US$ 6.99

    The Brownie of Bodsbeck is the first novel by James Hogg, one of Scotland's greatest writers. It is set in the late seventeenth century, at the end of the "Killing Times", when the religous reformers, the Covenanters, were mercilessly persecuted by the King's forces. The Brownie of Bodsbeck is the story of the farmer of Chapelhope farm in the Scottish... more...