Birlinn Books – Notes from the Basement

Birlinn Books – Notes from the Basement

Tuesday, July 27th, 2021

Douglas Skelton’s new thriller, A Rattle of Bones, has been hailed by the Sunday Post as ‘[a] compelling thriller, laced with dark humour’. We couldn’t agree more. Scrupulously plotted, with a lead character who is both rebellious and irresistible, Skelton does a cracking job in his tale of injustice and mystery (with a thunderous echo from the past in the form of the Appin Murder rumbling into the present). Grab a cuppa and read an extract here.

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Chelsea Barracks Is Set To Become a Hub for Creativity During London Craft Week 2021

The Luxury British Craftsmanship Pavilion at Chelsea Barracks

Above: Chelsea Barracks Development
Chelsea Barracks, London’s most esteemed enclave, will partake in this year’s London Craft Week (4 – 10 October 2021) by becoming a destination for a series of events, thought provoking discussions and panels hosted by the industry’s tastemakers within its Luxury British Craftsmanship Pavilion.

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Distant Tales and Far Off Lands

THE WORLD THROUGH WORDS

Until July 30th we are offering 20% off a specially curated selection of fiction and non-fiction titles set across the globe. Learn the hilarious true story of a Scottish immigrant in rural Japan with Iain Maloney’s Only Gaijin in the Village; visit Burma in Jan-Philipp Sendker’s global bestselling novel, The Art of Hearing Heartbeats or follow the trail of the ill-fated pioneers of the Darien colony in Darien: A Journey in Search of Empire by John McKendrick.

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Romantic and escapist debut fiction from the nation’s best loved TV presenter, Carol Kirkwood.

A-list actress Shauna Jackson has the perfect life. Fame, fortune, marriage. Or so it seems. Running from a scandal, Shauna must return to the place that changed her life twenty years ago, the idyllic Greek island of Ithos.

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