Only Fools & White Horses
by Colin Skeath
Colin Skeath needed a partner to accompany him on his next adventure. His nephew, Davis had spent a total of twelve days in a canoe before he joined Colin on an epic journey that would redefine the boundaries of canoeing; they were to become to first people to circumnavigate the UK mainland by open canoe.
“An adventure of the highest order, pushing the boundaries of the possible. A gripping account of an epic journey.” Ray Goodwin MBE: Author, canoeist & coach
by Sylvia Hehir
After a traumatic break up, Dee is left wondering how much worse her life can get. A handsome new boy in the village offers some hope but her friends are wary. And life would be a whole lot easier if her phone would stop playing up. . .
Set in the Highlands of Scotland, Deleted was the winner of the T.C. Farries Trophy.
Girl of the Ashes
by Hayleigh Barclay
Scotland. 1897. A time of family secrets, ancient curses and the supernatural. For over three centuries the Phoenix vampires have faced persecution. Now the battle will commence.
‘Girl of the Ashes is a fabulous, feminist gothic adventure that brings a truly fresh twist to the sex and violence of the vampire genre. Bloodthirsty heroine Elise could take on Villanelle from Killing Eve and win!’ ZOE STRACHAN
‘A new and thrilling evocation of classic Gothic fiction, Hayleigh Barclay has created a magical, dangerous world set firmly in twenty-first century realities. The vampire Elise is a heroine for our times, complex, feminist, nonconforming and driven. I was with her on every step of her perilous journey.’ LOUISE WELSH
‘Hayleigh Barclay’s Girl of the Ashes is a sharp and intelligent take on the vampire legend. With a plot that moves at breakneck speed, an appealing (and dangerous!) heroine, and a richly imagined background of history, legend, and myth, this is a hugely enjoyable debut – and a world that promises many more stories to come.’ UNA MCCORMACK