Book List in Order: 12 titles

  • Edinburgh, December 1743: In a snow-swept Edinburgh Redcoat Captain Robert Catto and Christian Rankeillor face each other across a divide no bridge can cross. She's in deadly danger: not least from him. HIs investigations have turned up compellin...


  • Nota Bene: This is a short story, albeit quite a long one. The Daft Days: Robert Catto’s Christmasby a Ladybeing an Account of certain Events which transpired in the City of Edinburgh on Yule Day, in the Year of our Lord Seventeen Hundred and Forty...


  • 1920s. When her father dies, Ellie Douglas has little option but to go into service. Her position takes her out of the life of Frank Rafferty - childhood friend and now a member of one of Glasgow's notorious gangs - and into the world of Evander Tait...


  • Wanting to support her family through the depression in 1930s Glasgow, Jean Logan is seduced by the glamour of the city's many palais de danse. Working as a paid dancing partner, she is taken on by the new and sophisticated Luxor and it seems that al...


  • Edinburgh, Yuletide 1743. Seconded back from the wars in Europe to captain the city's town guard, Robert Catto fears his covert mission to assess the strength of the Jacobite threat will force him to confront the past he tries so hard to forget. ...


  • Liz MacMillan has always wanted to be a nurse, but her father won't allow it. On the outbreak of war, however, Liz finds herself nursing in Glasgow's Western Infirmary. There she's befriended by medic Adam Buchanan, but it's another student, Mario Ro...


  • Glasgow, 1920s: Growing up in a poor but loving family in the packed tenements around Glasgow cathedral, Josephine Shaw dreams of a very different life for herself, her beloved mother, young sister and brother. Taken on as a copygirl at one of Glasg...


  • Glasgow, 1935: The only child of loving parents, Carrie Burgess enjoys life as the stationmaster's daughter in bustling Partick in the West End of Glasgow. Her only real problem is her attraction to two very different young men. There's Ewen Livingst...


  • They were modern men: doctors and lawyers, students and teachers, shoemakers and shopkeepers, farmers, gardeners and weavers. Children of the Age of Reason, they wrote poetry, discussed the latest ideas in philosophy and science " and rose in armed...






  • Worked all day for no pay by her strict aunt and preyed on at night by her merciless uncle in Regency Edinburgh's South Bridge, Kate has little time to daydream about the future. One day she meets Richard, an upper-class student studying medicine at ...


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    Kate Cameron's mother never loved her and treats her like a skivvy and childminder. Kate's only friend is Robbie, whom she loves like a brother. Finding a job as a tracer allows Kate to enrol in evening art classes. But when she becomes pregnant by a...


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    Glasgow, 1935: The only child of loving parents, Carrie Burgess enjoys life as the stationmaster's daughter at Partick. Her only real problem is her attraction to two very different young men. Ewen Livingstone is an uneducated railway labourer. Rai...