List of Scottish is an incomplete alphabetical list of novelists Scottish novelists. This list includes novelists of all genres, writing in English, Scots, Gaelic or any other language. Novelists writing in the Scottish tradition are part of the development of the novel in Scotland.
This is a subsidiary list to the
List of Scottish writers.
George MacBeth (1932–1992)
Stuart MacBride (born 1969)
George MacDonald (1824–1905), , Phantastes , The Princess and the Goblin Lilith
William McIlvanney (born 1936)
Helen Clark MacInnes (1907–1985), suspense novels
J. T. McIntosh
Compton Mackenzie (1883–1972), Whisky Galore!
Alistair MacLean (1922–1987), , The Guns of Navarone Where Eagles Dare
Ken MacLeod, (born 1954), science fiction
Gavin Maxwell (1914-1969), novelist, journalist and explorer
Candia McWilliam (born 1955)
Peter May (writer)
Andrew Murray Scott (born 1955), novelist 
Manda Scott (born 1962)
Michael Scott (1789–1835) Sir
Walter Scott, (1771–1832), innovator of the historical novel
Alan Sharp (born 1934)
Nan Shepherd (1893–1981)
J David Simons (born 1953)
Ali Smith (born 1962)
Iain Crichton Smith (1928–1998), Consider the Lilies
Tobias Smollett (1721–1771), , The Adventures of Roderick Random The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle
Muriel Spark (1918–2006)
D. E. Stevenson (1892–1973)
Robert Louis Stevenson, (1850–1894), , Kidnapped , The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde etc. Treasure Island
Luke Sutherland (born 1971)
Nigel Tranter, (1909–2000), Scottish historical novels, westerns, contemporary adventure, children's books, non-fiction (history, Scotland, Scottish architecture).
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