Some books we think you’ll enjoy

These books can found in our bookshop or ordered from us by email, phone or Facebook  (pretty much anything except smoke signals or pigeons).

You can also order from us online by clicking here: Adventure into Books. This will take you to our page on Bookshop.org – this is the independent bookshops’ alternative to the big South American river, designed to support bookshops on the UK’s high streets (or in our case, Blairgowrie’s Wellmeadow).

You can check if we have a particular book in stock by using the Search box below: enter the book name and press Search. This takes you to the Adventure into Books page on Google and shows if we have the book in stock. To reserve the book or order a title using our free, fast service, send us an email: info@adventureintobooks.co.uk.

Thanks as always for your fantastic support of our bookshop. It is very much appreciated.

Some books to adventure with….

Just a few of the many suggestions we have for you – please do get in touch or pop in to see us if you would like more ideas.

You can also find more ideas by following this link to the bimonthly Booktime magazine, which is brimming with recommendations from independent booksellers across the UK.

Email us at info@adventureintobooks.co.uk to order any books that catch your eye, or follow the link to buy them from our page on Bookshop.org.

Paper Cup by Karen Campbell

This book won the 2023 BOOKMARK Book of the Year Award. Kelly is living a precarious, desperately raw life on the streets of Glasgow, when a chance encounter sets her on a path of physical and redemptive pilgrimage towards her home town in Dumfriesshire. There’s guilt, loathing, kindness and love; there are baddies, brilliant pals and a dog called Collieflower. It’s a book that gets under your skin.

You can buy this book from us from our bookshop or from our Bookshop.org page by clicking: Paper Cup

Anna O by Matthew Blake

 

You can buy this book from us from our bookshop or from our Bookshop.org page by clicking: Anna O.

Miss Blaine's Prefect and the Gondola of Doom by Olga Wojtas

This is the fourth outing for the enthusiastic, highly accomplished (occasionally clueless), time-travelling, librarian-cum-detective, Shona. This time she is in Venice, investigating the watery disappearance of a number of unfortunate gondolier passengers. Can she solve the clues in time? Always a fun and welcome, escapist delight.

You can buy it from us from our bookshop or from our Bookshop.org page by clicking: The Gondola of Doom

 

The Square of Sevens by Laura Shepherd-Robinson

This is the story of Red, who is raised in Georgian high society after her itinerant, fortune-telling father suddenly dies. Red puts herself in great danger when she starts to investigate the mysteries of her early life – how her mother died, and why her father had lived in fear – she puts herself in great danger. It’s an epic story, and brilliantly plotted.

You can buy it from us from our bookshop or from our Bookshop.org page by clicking: The Square of Sevens

 

 

Queen Macbeth by Val McDermid

Debunking the myth penned by Shakespeare, McDermid reclaims the story of Gruoch and her husband Macbeth. It was a time when there was no ‘Scotland’ but a set of independent kingdoms; it was a time when it took armies and marriage alliances to hold onto a crown; it was a time when a strong woman survived by using her wits.

You can buy this book from our bookshop or from our Bookshop.org page by clicking here:  Queen Macbeth

Greenwild: the world behind the door by Pari Thomson

Daisy Thistledown has escaped from school to find her missing mother. In her quest, she steps through a door into another world full of plants and magic. But the world on both sides of the door is threatened and, with the help of an unexpected band of friends, she must find a way to save it.

You can buy this book from our bookshop or from our Bookshop.org page by clicking here: Greenwild

An Amazing History Atlas of Scotland by David MacPhail

This fascinating historical atlas takes readers on a tour through time and place. From the glaciers of the ice age to the settlers of the neolithic. From the Viking invaders and Jacobite supporters, to the great Enlightenment thinkers. From the Highlands, Lowlands and Islands to Scotland’s crofts, castles and cities. Fun and facts galore!

You can buy this book from our bookshop or through our Bookshop.org page by clicking: An Amazing History Atlas of Scotland

You can also find more suggestions in our monthly recommendations list for BOOKMARK  at www.bookmarkblair.com