Thresholds – Roddy Simpson

Thresholds is a series of lyrical, black and white photographs, taken between 1994 and the present, by Roddy Simpson, a photographer, photo-historian, writer and lecturer who lives in Linlithgow.

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To Retribution – FJ Curlew

In the very near future, the military controls the UK. Media is censored, movement monitored and re-education and repatriation are the orders of the day.

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The Things We Learn When We’re Dead – Charlie Laidlaw

Lorna Love is returning home from a dinner party when she’s knocked down by a car. She wakes up in what she assumes is a hospital – albeit a wish and silent hospital.

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Infinite Ground – Martin MacInnes

A young man named Carlos is attending a family reunion dinner, when he leaves the table – and goes missing without trace. A veteran police inspector is called in to search for him.

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Edinburgh For Under Fives

‘Edinburgh For Under Fives’ is a must have guidebook for Edinburgh families with young children.

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Mary’s the Name – Ross Sayers

After her granpa is mixed up in a robbery at the bookies where he works, eight year old Mary finds herself on the run with him.

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