Sandstone Press

Reduced Kindle Titles

If you're looking to update your Kindle for the weekend or upcoming holidays, look no further!

We have a great selection of titles, all reduced to just 99p.


Shadow Behind the Sun

Remzija Sherifi

In this dramatic and personal account Remzije Sherifi integrates the two great themes of her life by joining her family and people's history with the story of her work with asylum seekers in Britain. Her view of the Kosova atrocities will surprise many as she places it at the culmination of a long persecution, and the persecutions within a longer history still.

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Between Weathers: Travels in 21st Century Shetland

Ron McMillan

Ron McMillan spent weeks on the unbeaten Shetland tourist path, braving the weathers to explore scenic landmarks, archaeological treasure troves and remote islands so under populated that for centuries they have lived with the threat of abandonment.

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The Kerracher Man

Eric MacLeod

'Few of us can imagine living without a lavatory, without a secure roof over our heads, without vehicular access to our home indeed most people would now think such privation to be incompatible with civilization. Far less can we imagine raising a young family in such conditions while somehow managing to scrape a living from the sea and a desolate landscape. Yet this is what Eric and Ruth MacLeod chose to do in 1976; to abandon their comfortable home and jobs for Eric's remote grandparental croft on the wild seaboard of the North West Highlands.'

-John Lister-Kaye

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Site Works

Robert Davidson

On a wind lashed coast in the far north a group of men assemble on a construction site. The Ness and Struie Drainage Project will dominate their lives for the next few months when they will toil through the daylight hours and into the night, endure hardship and conflict, survive or, perhaps, not survive. Within the compound and wayleaves a new, temporary world will form, bounded by sea, mountains and sky. Site Works is the story of the men and their work, transients creating something permanent and greater than they know.

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The Weekend Fix

Craig Weldon

In this light-hearted coming-of-age tale Craig Weldon, confused and direction less except for his love of the hills, wanders Scotland, Wales and England having fun outdoors. This is a lively account of hill-walking in all weathers and up and down every possible terrain, braving Welsh farmers, Knoydart rain, the terrors of the Cuillin, and the real ales of Yorkshire. From Sutherland in the Far North to the rolling downs of Gloucestershire, Craig and his friends search out their Weekend Fix.

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Love, Revenge and Buttered Scones

Bobbie Darbyshire

An innocent meeting of a reading group sparks a series of bizarre events. Three troubled people, driven by loneliness, vanity and revenge, hurl themselves on Inverness public library to find that nothing is as they expect. Henry, Peter and Elena. Each agitated. Each seeking release. We've all done it - gone haring off after one thing and found another entirely - but never as surprisingly as these three. It's Friday evening, 18th February 2000, and we're in for an unsettling weekend among the book stacks of the library, on the blizard-bound streets, in the recesses of the Loch Craggan Hotel and on the treacherous mountain above.

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For those who enjoy a shorter read.

The Cherry Sundae Company

Isla Dewar

You have to bide your time when you live a life of crime. You have to wait for the moment. Tina and me discovered that when we founded the Cherry Sundae Company. Not that we thought what we were doing was really against the law. We were just balancing things up a bit.

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The Highway Man

Ken MacLeod

The weather has gone crazy and the war has spread to China. Jase, Euan and Murdo are laggers: forced workers in a future Scotland. The laggers are helping to lay a new power line in the Highlands. Ailiss, a young woman from a secret settlement in the frozen hills, is going to strain their loyalties to breaking point - and beyond.

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Blood Red Roses

Lin Anderson

This is a prequel to "Driftnet" with forensic scientist Dr. Rhona MacLeod. When does desire become obsession? A hen night in Glasgow leaves the bride-to-be dead on a toilet floor. Her body is twisted, her face a mask of terror. Who would kill a girl just before her wedding? Dr Rhona MacLeod and her team are called in to find out. As they go through the evidence, they find themselves in a world where sex is bought and sold, and more violent death is lying in wait.

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