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    Saraband

    Saraband is an award-winning independent publisher of outstanding fiction, absorbing nature writing, pressing environmental issues and compelling memoir. Our brilliant prize-winning authors from across Scotland include Graeme Macrae Burnet, Chitra Ramaswamy, Donald S Murray, Olga Wojtas, Ever Dundas and Jim Crumley. These and writers from other parts of the UK and overseas have been recognised in major national and international prizes, including the Booker Prize, as well as the Saltire Society Awards, which highlight Scotland’s literary talent.

    We publish authors with deep knowledge of the culture, local landscapes, wildlife, folk traditions and history in regions around the UK. Our fiction includes literary, historical and contemporary stories reflecting national and international perspectives – some with a sense of humour, some gritty or dark, others thought-provoking – all engaging and vital.

    From our inception, we have provided a platform for underrepresented and marginalised voices that are often overlooked, and discovered original perspectives and talent. We’ve championed diversity and inclusion as part of our wide-ranging commitment to excellence – and to our readers of all ages, backgrounds and personal identities, wherever they may live.

    We publish across all print and digital formats, with ancillary content in our podcast, video and social channels. For more information on our authors and titles, head over to our website, www.saraband.net, subscribe to our podcast, Cabin Fever Fables, follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and sign up to our monthly Good News newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/gZhSij

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    As the Women Lay Dreaming

    £8.99
    A novel of the Iolaire disaster

    Bad Samaritan

    £8.99
    A Glasgow student is found dead in a city-centre alley, kickstarting a trail of brutality that drives DI Ray McBain to the very edge, staring into the abyss...

    Badger

    £10.00
    In the Encounters in the Wild series, renowned nature writer Jim Crumley gets up close and personal with British wildlife - here, the badger. With his inimitable passion and vision, Jim relives memorable encounters with some of our best-loved native species, offering intimate insights into their extraordinary lives.

    Barn Owl

    £10.00
    Renowned nature writer Jim Crumley gets up close and personal with some of Britain's most iconic and loved animals - here, the barn owl. The Encounters in the Wild series not only offers insights into their extraordinary lives, but also considers the conservation efforts to protect them and how the future looks for these much loved animals.

    Bear Witness

    £8.99
    The brutal shooting of a bear cub galvanises ecologist Callis MacArthur, who dreams of bears roaming free. But as she embraces her wild side, she faces escalating challenges, risks her career and is swept up in powerful emotions. Combining lyrical prose, mythical themes and a cracking plot, Bear Witness will appeal to Barbara Kingsolver fans.

    Beyond the Rage

    £8.99
    Kenny is on a dual mission to hunt down his girl's attacker and find out the truth about his father - but instead he unravels disturbing family secrets and finds that revenge is not always sweet. An intelligent, violent thriller shot through with dark humour, Beyond the Rage enthralls and disturbs in equal measure.

    Bleak: The Mundane Comedy

    £9.99
    An entertaining memoir of rain, midges, petty authority figures and minor humiliations, lightened with music, booze, anarchy and an array of eccentric characters.

    Case Study

    £9.99
    From the author of the Booker Prize-shortlisted His Bloody Project, Case Study is a fast-paced, often humorous novel of mind-bending brilliance - a dazzling investigation into sanity, identity and truth itself.

    Case Study

    £14.99
    London, 1965. A young woman believes that a charismatic psychotherapist, Collins Braithwaite, has driven her sister to suicide. Intent on confirming her suspicions, she assumes a false identity and presents herself to him as a client.

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