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    Sandstone Press

    We are an independent publisher with an international outlook, producing inspiring books by innovative authors.

    We have high editorial standards and seek to build the reputation of our authors by working closely with them. At Sandstone Press we pride ourselves on our exquisite taste in the titles we select and in how we present them to the world. Design, typography and production values are central to our philosophy. We publish thoughtful fiction, gripping crime and adventurous non-fiction such as outdoor, biography and memoir

    Sandstone Press books have won or been shortlisted for many literary prizes including the Man Booker International, Man Booker, Commonwealth, Arthur C Clarke, Creative Scotland, Green Carnation, Saltire Society, Petrona, Sunday Times Barry Ronge Fiction Prize (SA), Bill Rollinson Prize for Landscape and Tradition, Boardman Tasker, Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction, Betty Trask Award, Not the Booker, and Desmond Elliott Awards.

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    Cairngorm John: A Life in Mountain Rescue 10th Anniversary Edition

    First published in 2009, CAIRNGORM JOHN: A life in mountain rescue is universally recognised as a classic mountaineering book. Sandstone Press now presents a 10th anniversary edition which will include a substantial new section entitled Ten Years After.

    Celestial Bodies

    Celestial Bodies is a coiled spring of a novel, telling of Oman's coming-of-age through the prism of one family's losses and loves.

    Chasing the Dreams

    Hamish Brown, who occupies a special place as a Scottish writer and traveller, turns his wealth of experience into captivating narratives of fascinating people and places; sometimes serious, at times laugh aloud in this new volume. Chasing the Dreams is a companion to Walking the Song.

    China in Drag: Travels with a Cross-dresser

    Approaching the end of his nine year stint as a BBC journalist in Beijing, Michael Bristow decided he wanted to write about the country's modern history. To assist him he asked for the help of his language teacher. It came as a surprise though, to learn that the teacher was also a cross-dresser.

    Cho Snog's a Tha Thu

    Jealousy inspires an online deception that threatens a social network and the woman who created it.

    Cleasan A' Bhaile Mhor

    Jessie is an aspiring actress who has moved to London to try to make a breakthrough into the big time but is finding the going tough. She has to work in a hotel to make ends meet and is about give up when she stumbles, with the help of her friend Curtis, on a novel way of using her acting talents for gain.

    Climbing the Corbetts: Scotland's 2500 Foot Summits

    Hamish Brown's classic book on the Corbetts, Scotland's 2500 foot mountains. Both a narrative and a guide, and famous in mountaineering circles.

    Closed for Winter

    Ove Bakkerud, newly separated and extremely disillusioned, is looking forward to a final quiet weekend at his summer home before closing for winter but, when the tourists leave, less welcome visitors arrive. Bakkerud's cottage is ransacked by burglars and next door he discovers the body of a man who has been beaten to death.

    Columba's Iona: A New History

    Celebrating 1450 years since Columba's arrival on Iona, the Iona Cathedral Trust has commissioned this new history to describe his influence and to discuss developments on Iona since. This includes George MacLeod, the Abbey reconstruction, and the Iona Community.

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