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The Prodigal Son

The Prodigal Son
Title: The Prodigal Son
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Published: May 27, 2017
Author's Twitter: @Anna_Belfrage
1665: Scottish Ayrshire is torn asunder by religious strife, Presbyterian ministers persecuted by English soldiers. Matthew Graham is honour-bound to help – no matter the cost to himself and his family. ‘The Prodigal Son’ is the third in The Graham Saga, Anna Belfrage’s time slip series featuring time traveller Alexandra Lind and her seventeenth century husband, Matthew Graham. Safely returned from an involuntary stay in Virginia, Matthew Graham finds the Scottish Lowlands torn asunder by…

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A Salt Splashed Cradle

A Salt Splashed Cradle
Title: A Salt Splashed Cradle
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Published: May 23, 2011
Author's Twitter: @ChrisLongmuir
Life and Love in 1830s Scotland. Set in a Scottish fishing village the story reflects the living conditions and morals of the ordinary fisher folk of that time.   Life and Love in 1830s Scotland. When Jimmie Watt brings his new bride home his parents are horrified, because fishermen are expected to marry within their own community, and Belle is an incomer from the town across the water. Belle, an emotionally damaged and beautiful girl,…

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The Figurehead

The Figurehead
Title: The Figurehead
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Author's Twitter: @carver22
Aberdeen, 1840. As John Grant is creating a figurehead combining the features of two women, he also uncovers the evils behind the death of the shipwright who employs him.<br> Return to an age where sail was being challenged by steam, new continents were opening, and the world was full of opportunities for people to be as good—or as evil—as they chose. When the body of a local shipwright is found on the beach, neither the…

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The Sparrow Conundrum

The Sparrow Conundrum
Title: The Sparrow Conundrum
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Published: August 12, 2012
Author's Twitter: @carver22
An ex girl-friend, an exploding garden, two wrestlers, multiple homicides, a sociopathic cop, and fragments of a postman. All waiting for Chris Machin – codename Sparrow. Satirical absurdity at its funniest. Chris Machin may think he’s just a teacher, but the bottom feeders in Aberdeen squabbling over North Sea oil and gas contracts prefer to use his code-name – Sparrow. When his garden explodes he takes flight, unleashing various forms of Scottish mayhem.  More complications…

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