Book List in Order:13 titles

  • A seven-foot-tall man washes up naked on the Scottish coast with no memory of his past and no clue to his identity except the words "Gog" and "Magog" tattooed on his knuckles. Knowing only that he must somehow get to London, he sets off on foot on a ...


  • 'Andrew Sinclair is one of our most intelligent novelists.' - Scotsman 'Mr Sinclair is pure entertainment with his natty little tale about a hero who writes obituaries and an esoteric character who specialises in death.' - The Spectator 'Placid and...


  • 'The book is a bravura performance, exhibiting the virtuosity that has lit up all Sinclair's work.' - C.P. Snow, "Financial Times" 'This is a rich and satisfying hybrid work - part fiction and part biography. Its hold on the reader stems, at least i...


  • The scene is Cambridge in the early 1960s. Ben Birt, an intellectual Brando from a grammar school, sees the University through proud, bawdy and anarchic eyes. Classless but deeply class-conscious. Brought up on Shakespeare and the classics, much infl...


  • The Breaking of Bumbo was first published fifty years ago when the author was twenty-two. It was an immense success and caused something of stir. To quote from the original blurb, 'Bumbo Bailey is a coward and a bit of a hero; a martyr, an egoist, a ...


  • From Queen Victoria to the Millennium, this saga tells of the generations of a family that helped to build and then watch the fall of an imperial power which, at one time, controlled a quarter of the planet....










  • As a rule, a good novel does not always make a good play––especially a novel as unconventional as this one by Dylan Thomas. But Andrew Sinclair’s brilliant adaptation of Adventures in the Skin Trade is the exception. This is the story of youn...



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