Books by Duncan McLean

NON-FICTION
Released: April 1, 1998

"A funny and charming look—through Scottish eyes—at Texas as a microcosm of America. (illustrations, not seen)"
This first nonfiction outing by the award-winning Scottish fiction writer McLean (Bucket of Tongues, 1994; Bunker Man, 1997) is sure to make some waves on this side of the Atlantic. Read full book review >
BUNKER MAN by Duncan McLean
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 5, 1997

"While the acts of rage here are powerful and palpable, the motivations behind them are damningly obscure, and so flawed a foundation reduces the wholel to a tabloid tale—excessive, unpalatable, and confusing. (The Great Scots Reading Tour with Irvine Welsh, Duncan McLean, and James Kelman)"
The same deep-seated anger that fueled his award-winning debut story collection, Bucket Of Tongues (1994), also burns hot in Scottish writer McLean's first novel to appear here. Read full book review >
BUCKET OF TONGUES by Duncan McLean
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 1994

"A strong, self-assured debut."
Short stories of broke, drink-sodden Scottish youths in various states of distress: a powerful first book by a furiously talented 27-year-old writer. Read full book review >