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Book review – Aboard the Bulger by Ann Scott-Moncrieff

Five children escape from an orphanage, walk to the coast, find a deserted boat and set sail.But this is not Famous Five country. There is no patriarchal older brother, and the only girl in...

Book review – Marjorie’s journey by Ailie Cleghorn

In 1940 Britain was at war. Bombs were falling on major cities from Glasgow to Plymouth, coastal defences were in place, and the Atlantic was full of German U-boats.On 29 July Marjorie Anderson Marnoch...

Book Review: Errant Blood by CF Peterson

Eamon Ansgar has been away.The son and heir of the laird of Duncul Castle has served in Afghanistan and tried his hand in the City. None of it has gone terribly well, and now...

Book Review: Elizabethan Secret Agent by Timothy Ashby

A person in a position of great authority is volatile, stingy, unreliable, and unwilling to take personal responsibility for anything unpopular.Scotland has not forgiven England for what it perceives to be crimes (and one...

Book review – The Queen’s Lender by Jean Findlay

George Heriot’s School is an Edinburgh landmark. Its towers and turrets rise above the narrow streets of the Old Town, its alumni have succeeded in every sphere. The school was established in 1628 and...

Scotland Street Press gift £1,000 of books to Edinburgh libraries

In a gesture of generosity, and born from a love of reading, Scotland Street Press have given £1,000 of books to Edinburgh Children's Libraries.The brand new books will be distributed to the ten...


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