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- Add to BasketTurk The Border Collie
- Paperback - Kelpies
After the death of his master, Turk is sent to a faraway farm to finish his sheep-dog training. But the longing for 'Old David' and familiar fields is so powerful that he runs away and tries to find his way home again. He encounters many adventures and varied companions on the way until at last, he arrives home.
- Add to BasketThe Burns Boys
- Paperback - Cualann
This text recounts the tale of Robert Burns, a grandson of the Bard, who sailed to Singapore in 1846 and worked as a trader in Singapore, Labuan and along the North-West coast of Borneo.
- Add to BasketEvil Scotland
- Paperback - Fort
A book that explores manifestations of evil in Scotland, including serial murderers, lust killers, Scots abducted by aliens, vampires, Satanists and poltergeists.
- Add to BasketFleshmarket
- Paperback - Hodder Children's
Set in 1820s in Edinburgh, a city of cruel contrasts between the lives of the rich and poor, and home to the Resurrectionists - the notorious body-snatchers Burke and Hare, this is the story of a boy who must survive the pain of his mother's death, at the hands of the famous surgeon Doctor Knox.
- Hardback - Dunedin Academic
In this comprehensive guide to Ireland, the author describes the wonderful scenery and places it in its geological context. He explains why the scenery looks as it does, how the land beneath our feet has been formed and why the landscape changes from lush pasture to mountain and moorland.
- Add to BasketAdvertising And The Artist: Ashley Havinden
- Paperback - National Galleries of Scotland
This publication marks the centenary of Havinden's birth, and it draws extensively upon material which has been donated or lent from Ashley Havinden's estate to the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh. It reassesses his work and his place in graphic design in the 20th century.
- Add to BasketBeing English In Scotland
- Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
Using a range of sources, including oral history contributions from English people living all over Scotland, this investigation reveals how a massive influx of English settlers has unobtrusively formed Scotland's most significant migrant community in modern times.
- Add to BasketBlood On The Borders
- Paperback - Tuckwell
It is May Day 1592 and, after a night of drunken revelry and a busy day tending the sick, Dr Simon Forman falls into bed exhausted. He is soon woken by a man dying from a sword thrust. Next morning he is accused of harbouring enemies of the state.
- Add to BasketBritish Battlecruisers, 1939-45
- Paperback - Osprey
Tracing the pre-war development of these spectacular warships, then describing their wartime exploits, Konstam uses this to demonstrate their operational and mechanical performance. He examines what life was like on these wartime battlecruisers when they sailed into action.
- Add to BasketDivided Gaels: Gaelic Cultural Identities In Scotland And Ireland 1200-1650
- Hardback - Oxford University Press
In this study, Wilson McLeod challenges the familiar view that Gaelic Scotland and Gaelic Ireland formed a cultural unit during the late Middle Ages and early modern period. He tests the view of a unified Gaelic 'culture-province' by examining the surviving sources, especially formal bardic poetry.