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- 'Your Fathers The Ghosts': Buffalo Bill's Wild West In Scotland
- Hardback - Black & White
Exhaustively researched, authoritative and highly entertaining, 'Buffalo Bill's Scotland' is a must for anyone interested in Bill Cody, Native American culture or the Wild West. It is full of amazing facts and astonishing anecdotes.
- Paperback - J'ai Lu
Mental breakdown survivor Maureen is facing the darkest episode of her life. Her abusive father has returned to Glasgow, her friend Ella has died in hospital after a brutal beating and Maureen's life is under threat at a time when she has very few protectors.
- The End Of Mr. Y
- Paperback - Canongate
Ariel Manto has a fascination with a 19th century scientist by the name of Thomas Lumas. His rarest work, 'The End of Mr. Y', was written before his disappearance, and the same fate seems to have befallen all the book's few readers ever since. When Ariel uncovers a copy in a second-hand bookshop, she is launched into an adventure.
- Paperback - Floris
Faced with a cold Saturday afternoon stuck at the Institute for Animal Research, Robbie is angry and frustrated at yet another weekend ruined by his father's job. Then a disturbing encounter in the animal house thrusts him into a perilous journey through the stunning but inhospitable landscape of a Highland winter.
- Crime, Cash, Credit And Chaos: A Brief History Of The Life And Work Of John Law (1671-1729), The Father Of Credit Systems
- Paperback - SOLCOL
Earnest, mathematically gifted, diligent and with noticeable appearance, John Law continues to hold fascination for biographers, economists and historians. Colin McCall examines the events and circumstances that became his dramatic and tragic life and provides insights into his pioneering role in the development of credit systems.
- Queen Victoria's Highlanders
- Paperback - Osprey
Covering the greatest fighting age of the legendary Highland regiments, who earned their unique reputation in Britain's imperial wars, this title includes a concise history of the organization and record of every regiment.
- Scots Out West
- Paperback - Fort
In the final part of Calder's acclaimed trilogy on the Scots in North America, we learn of the part Scots played in the story of the Wild West. Scots were ideally suited to the harsh and often violent conditions experienced on the American frontier.
- The Hidden Life Of Renaissance Art: Secrets And Symbols In Great Masterpieces
- Hardback - Saraband
This captivating book will open your eyes to the messages that the great Renaissance masters conveyed through symbols and visual codes.
- Rosie's Hat
- Paperback - Macmillan Audio
One little girl, one smart hat, a sudden gust of wind, and we're off on a whole hatful of adventures. Because this isn't just any old hat. It can also be a toy for a dog, a hiding-place for a mouse, a frisbee for some children and a nest for some birds. Surely poor Rosie will never find her hat again - or will she?
- Witch-Hunting In Scotland: Law, Politics And Religion
- Paperback - Routledge
Levack investigates the trial and execution of hundreds of women and men prosecuted for the crime of witchcraft. He draws on law, politics and religion to explain the intensity of Scottish witch-hunting and discusses topics such as features of the Scottish criminal justice system and the use of torture to extract confessions.