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- The University Press of Kentucky 2013; US$ 60.00
Judith Brockenbrough McGuire's Diary of a Southern Refugee during the War is among the first of such works published after the Civil War. Although it is one of the most-quoted memoirs by a Confederate woman, James I. Robertson's edition is the first to present vital details not given in the original text. His meticulous annotations furnish references... more...
- Soft Editions 2002; US$ 7.49
From the eerie closes of Edinburgh's Old Town to the white heat of the Australian Outback, nothing is quite what it seems in these haunting tales, as ordinary lives begin to unravel in bizarre, inexplicable and sometimes horrific circumstances. more...
- Penguin Group US 2008; US$ 15.00
A critical success on both sides of the Atlantic, this darkly imaginative novel from Scottish author James Robertson takes a tantalizing trip into the spiritual by way of a haunting paranormal mystery. When Reverend Gideon Mack, a good minister despite his atheism, tumbles into a deep ravine called the Black Jaws, he is presumed dead. Three days later,... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2010; Not Available
And the Land Lay Still is the sweeping Scottish epic by James Robertson And the Land Lay Still is nothing less than the story of a nation. James Robertson's breathtaking novel is a portrait of modern Scotland as seen through the eyes of natives and immigrants, journalists and politicians, drop-outs and spooks, all trying to make their... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2007; Not Available
The Testament of Gideon Mack is James Robertson's acclaimed novel exploring faith and belief. For Gideon Mack, faithless minister, unfaithful husband and troubled soul, the existence of God, let alone the Devil, is no more credible than that of ghosts or fairies. Until the day he falls into a gorge and is rescued by someone who might just... more...
- Black & White Publishing 2012; US$ 8.74
This brand new edition of short stories comprises the best of James Robertson's work, collected together here for the first time. They range in setting from a dysfunctional safari park to a dentist?s surgery, from the poverty of hope of a reservation in South Dakota to the nightmare vision of a future Scotland riven by ethnic cleansing, from friendships... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2013; Not Available
The Professor of Truth is the newest novel by Saltire prizewinner James Robertson. Twenty-one years after his wife and daughter were murdered in the bombing of a plane over Scotland, Alan Tealing, a university lecturer, still does not know the truth of what really happened on that terrible night. Obsessed by the details of what he has come... more...
- Other Press 2013; US$ 12.99
A literary spellbinder about one man?s desperate attempt to deal with grief by unmasking the terrorists responsible for the act that killed his wife and daughter Twenty-one years after his wife and daughter were killed in the bombing of a plane over Scotland, English lecturer Alan Tealing persists in trying to discover what really happened... more...
- Little, Brown Book Group 2013; US$ 18.22
This is a collection of ghost stories based on a mixture of local history and folklore. The stories are from past and present. Some, such as The Hauntings of Glamis Castle and The Tale of Major Weir are well known, while others are less familiar, such as The Deil of Littledean. more...