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- Black & White Publishing 2014; US$ 5.82
It's 1806 and the Napoleonic Wars are raging across Europe as engineer Jack Tarver and his new wife Bethany set off for Malta, tasked with building a new road to a harbour of refuge. However, their voyage is anything but plain sailing as they battle the French and help to rescue a British spy, Mr Dover, from captivity. When they finally arrive on... more...
- Fledgling Press 2014; US$ 7.28
To commemorate the involvement of Scots Regiments in WWI "Last Train to Waverley" is set in France during one week in March 1918. The Germans launched their final major offensive of the war and pushed the British back thirty miles. One unit of the 20 Royal Scots were cut off. This book follows the fortunes of this unit, and the personal dilemmas of... more...
- Fledgling Press 2013; US$ 7.28
The second book in the Mendick Mystery Series. Following "The Darkest Walk", when Sergeant Mendick is sent to Dundee to collect a prisoner, he expects a speedy return to London but instead an unfortunate turn of events see him retained to help solve a particularly gruesome murder. Within days Mendick finds himself leading the hunt for the mysterious... more...
- Black & White Publishing 2014; US$ 7.28
In the 19th century Scotland was depicted as a land of misty glens, engineering innovation and inventive genius. But Scotland was also the home of brutal murder, terrifying riots, child cruelty, bank robbery and acid attack. Women as well as men were capable of horrendous acts, and crime could strike anywhere: at home, on the road and even at sea.... more...
- Fledgling Press 2011; US$ 4.36
Set in 1848, Darkest Walk of Crime sees recently promoted Detective Mendick sent on his first case. Disturbing new evidence suggests the working class Chartist movement is seeking violent action after years of oppression and the defeat in Parliament of its plans for social and political reforms. With the spectre of civil war looming, Mendick goes... more...
- Fledgling Press 2011; US$ 4.36
When New Yorker Irene Armstrong loses in the final of a television reality show to become top business woman Rhondda Manning?s successor she believes her dreams of success are over. The very next day she is given a second chance by Ms Manning if she can acquire something unique for the business woman?s secret collection of artistic treasures. To... more...
- Black & White Publishing 2012; US$ 4.36
Nineteenth-century Dundee was a tough, unforgiving place. For many of its citizens, it was the survival of the fittest, and to survive they turned to crime. But what was it really like both for the criminals and the law-abiding citizens to live in the streets and closes of Dundee at that time? A Sink of Atrocity reveals the real Dundee of the nineteenth... more...
- Black & White Publishing 2013; US$ 4.36
There cannot be many cities where crime could mean anything from singing a seditious song to stealing a ship, but nineteenth-century Glasgow was a unique place with an amazing dynamism. Immigrants poured in from Ireland and the Highlands, while the factories, shipyards and mills buzzed with innovation. However, underneath the hustle and bustle was... more...
- Black & White Publishing 2013; US$ 2.90
The Highlands and Islands of Scotland are full of iconic places, beautiful landscapes and flourishing wildlife, but its past has seen horrifying and brutal crime of all sorts. Nineteenth-century life in the Highlands was not easy. Rather than a rural idyll, the glens and moors were home to poachers and whisky smugglers, while the towns were often... more...
- Black & White Publishing 2014; US$ 4.36
Ravaged by riots, vice and violence, nineteenth-century Aberdeen was very different from the city we know now. Danger lurked around many corners. Truculent fishermen rioted on the coast. ‘Resurrection men? snatched dead bodies for anatomists? experiments. Children became career criminals. Railway navvies created havoc with their drunken ‘randies?.... more...