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John Murray

No Dominion

Louise Welsh
Authors:
Louise Welsh

'A vivid, action-packed journey through a post-apocalyptic world. Terrifying and touching in equal measure, the novel is a love story, an adventure, a road movie, a family drama and a murder mystery rolled into one' The Times Scotland'No Dominion gripped me and broke my heart in equal measure' Val McDermidIt is seven years since the Sweats wiped out most of the world's population. But for those who survived the outbreak, life has gone on. Stevie Flint and Magnus McFall are now part of a small community on the Orkney Islands, without mobile phones or TV, without antibiotics or fuel, who are trying to rebuild the rudiments of democratic civilisation.When three strangers arrive on the islands, however, they upset the fragile community, bringing long-buried tensions to the surface. Realising that a number of the islands' young are missing, Stevie and Magnus set off on a journey to the mainland to get them back - a mainland swarming with outlaw gangs, and where self-appointed autocrats and religious fanatics hold sway . . . Thrilling and breathless, No Dominion asks what happens when the scaffolding of civilisation collapses, and how far we'd go to preserve our humanity.

Sceptre

The High Places

Fiona McFarlane
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Fiona McFarlane
John Murray

Death is a Welcome Guest

Louise Welsh
Authors:
Louise Welsh

Longlisted for the Theakstons Old Peculiar Crime Novel of the YearThe second instalment in the thrilling new Plague Times trilogy from the author of A Lovely Way to Burn.Magnus McFall was a comic on the brink of his big break when the world came to an end. Now, he is a man on the run and there is nothing to laugh about.Thrown into unwilling partnership with an escaped convict, Magnus flees the desolation of London to make the long journey north, clinging to his hope that the sickness has not reached his family on their remote Scottish island.He finds himself in a landscape fraught with danger, fighting for his place in a world ruled by men, like his fellow traveller Jeb - practical men who do not let pain or emotions interfere with getting the job done.This is a world with its own justice, and new rules.Where people, guns and food are currency.Where survival is everything.Death is a Welcome Guest defies you to put it down, and leaves you with questions that linger in the mind long after you read the last page.

Two Roads

Remember Me Like This

Bret Anthony Johnston
Authors:
Bret Anthony Johnston

'I love this novel' John Irving'Excellent' Sunday Times'Enthralling' New York TimesBy internationally bestselling author Bret Anthony Johnston, WINNER of the Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award 2017.What happens to a family when a lost child returns? In the four years since Justin's abduction his family has become a group of separate units, each nursing their pain and guilt. Now, when they should be at their happiest, how can they forgive each other and become a family again? A gripping literary novel with the pace of a thriller, Remember Me Like This introduces Bret Anthony Johnston as a gifted storyteller.

John Murray

A Lovely Way to Burn

Louise Welsh
Authors:
Louise Welsh
John Murray

The Face at the Window: Three Stories

Louise Welsh
Authors:
Louise Welsh
Mulholland Books

Angel Baby

Richard Lange
Authors:
Richard Lange

To escape her awful life, Luz plans carefully. She quits the drugs. She pretends everything is normal. She takes only the clothes on her back, a gun and the money in her husband's safe. The corpses in the hallway weren't part of the plan. Luz needs to find the daughter she left behind years ago, but she knows she may die trying. Her husband, El Principe, is a key player in a drug cartel, and betrayal will not go unpunished.In this powerful story of revenge and redemption, one woman's desperate break for freedom will change the lives of criminals and cops on both sides of the border.

John Murray

The Girl on the Stairs

Louise Welsh
Authors:
Louise Welsh

Jane Logan is a stranger to Berlin and she finds the city alive and echoing with the ghosts of its turbulent past. At six months pregnant, she's instructed by her partner Petra to rest and enjoy her new life in Germany. But while Petra is out at work, Jane begins to feel uneasy in their chic apartment. Screams reverberate through the walls, lights flicker in the derelict building that looms over the yard, a shadow passes on the stairs . . . Jane meets a neighbour's daughter, a girl whose life she tries to mend, but her involvement only further isolates her. Alone and haunted, Jane fears the worst . . . but the worst is yet to come.Louise Welsh, the acclaimed author of The Cutting Room, delivers another masterful suspense novel. The Girl on the Stairs is a powerful psychological thriller packed with twists and turns to keep you reading well into the night. Read it, or be left in the dark.

07 Jul
Bantry Library, Bantry, Co. Cork

Louise Welsh at West Cork Literary Festival

12:30pm
22 Aug
Edinburgh

Louise Welsh at Edinburgh Book Festival

8:45pm
22 Aug
Edinburgh

Louise Welsh at Edinburgh Book Festival

8:45pm

Louise Welsh at Edinburgh Book Festival

19 Aug
Inverness

Louise Welsh at Inverness Book Festival

Louise Welsh at Inverness Book Festival

27 Apr
The Legacy Falcon Hotel, Chapel Street, Stratford upon Avon, CV37 6HA

Louise Welsh Writing Workshop at Stratford-upon-Avon Literary Festival

10am - 3pm

Come and meet Louise Welsh

12 Aug
Charlotte Square, Edinburgh

Louise Welsh at Edinburgh International Book Festival

Louise Welsh - Fiction to Make You Sweat

Chapter One

A MOST WANTED MAN, by John le Carré

Read the first chapter of John le Carré's A MOST WANTED MAN.

Chapter One: The Old Long Since

RULES OF CIVILITY, by Amor Towles

Read the first chapter of Amor Towles' RULES OF CIVILITY.

28 Jul
Isle of Skye

Louise Welsh at Skye Reading Room

7:30pm

Louise Welsh at Skye Reading Room

28 Jul
Isle of Skye

Louise Welsh at Skye Reading Room

7:30pm

Louise Welsh at Skye Reading Room

Extract

GRACE WILLIAMS SAYS IT LOUD, by Emma Henderson

Read an excerpt of Emma Henderson's GRACE WILLIAMS SAYS IT ALL, shortlisted for the Orange Prize 2011.

Chapter One: Suicide Corner

SCARP by Nick Papadimitriou

Read the first chapter of Nick Papadimitriou's SCARP.