And the Spin number is...
Which gives me Lorna Doone by R. D. Blackmore, an intimidating brick of a mid-Victorian novel set in Scotland. I hadn't realized that it's historical fiction, being set nearly 200 years earlier, in the late 1600s. Doubtless there will be a whole lot of very Scots dialogue!
Of course, when I googled the title to get a nice book cover image, the first thing that came up was cookies. I don't think I've ever had a Lorna Doone cookie, but it is pretty funny to me. When the cookies were first made and named by Nabisco, they would have been meant to evoke the romance of the Highlands. Today, if you told almost any American that you were reading Lorna Doone, they'd think "...you're reading a cookie?" The name would be meaningless otherwise.
Scots wha hae!