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Castles Of The Clans: The Strongholds And Seats Of 750 Scottish Families And Clans
- Paperback - Goblinshead
This work investigates the strongholds and seats of Scotland families and clans. Organized by clan name, there follows information on the history and origins of the family, and any castles, towers, and historic houses which they owned.
What Lot's Wife Saw
- Paperback - Black & White Publishing
It has been 40 centuries since Sodom and Gomorrah and the world has changed beyond measure. By the shores of the Dead Sea the earth has opened up and mysterious violet salts have sprung up and changed everything. The geography of the continents has changed, the Mediterranean Sea has swallowed half of Europe and the addictive violet salt controls the new world. It is the new Sodom and Gomorrah and in the Colony which controls the salt there are hidden secrets which only Phileas Book can uncover. And on a night quite different from the rest, Phileas will be called to solve the most important riddle of his life.
Lost For Words
- Paperback - Macmillan Children's
Tapir and his friends all have nice new notebooks, just waiting to be filled. Giraffe decides to write a poem, Hippo writes a story and Flamingo composes a beautiful song. But poor Tapir can't think of anything to write and the harder he tries the more upset he becomes!
The World's Wife
- Paperback - Picador
In Carol Ann Duffy's latest collection of poems, the stories of famous men - Midas, Darwin, Quasimodo, Pontious Pilate, King Kong - are presented from the perspective of the lesser-known wife.
Bright Red Learn To Learn
- Paperback - BrightRED Publishing
This title is specifically designed to support students keen to develop highly effective study skills and achieve real success in their school exams and beyond. It contains crucial advice on learning styles to help students formulate the most effective personal study strategies right from the outset.
In His Own Write
- Hardback - Canongate
'In His Own Write' is John Lennon's literary debut, a book of stories, drawings and poems that was first published in 1964 to great critical acclaim and became a phenomenon, selling over 600,000 copies in the UK alone and revealing a hitherto unseen side to Lennon's artistic output and talent.
A Spaniard In The Works
- Hardback - Canongate
Following the incredible success of his first book, 'In His Own Write', John Lennon's second collection of stories, drawings and poems is just as witty, whimsical and wonderful as his debut. First published in 1965 it is now back in print, looking just as it did when it first appeared half a century ago.
Humans: An A-Z
- Paperback - Canongate
A phrase book, dictionary and survival guide, this title unravels all the oddness, idiosyncrasies and wonder of the human species, allowing everyone to make the most of their time on Earth.
- Hardback - 2000 AD
Zenith is the only superhuman popstar. He's saved the world, had a number one record - but his only interests are women, drugs, alchohol and fame. But Peter St. John and the unexpected reappearance of Ruby forces the superbrat to take off and tackle a nuclear threat to London - from his own creator!
Grindhouse: Doors Open At Midnight
- Paperback - Dark Horse Books
Back for more, eh? We knew you couldn't stay away! Line on up for a sick and twisted double feature! First, in 'Bride of Blood', Branwyn's wedding is marked by atrocity beyond comprehension. With everything she's ever loved destroyed by reavers, all she has left is revenge! Then it's 'Flesh Feast of the Devil Doll'! When a Puritan-era demon returns to her old stomping grounds to seduce and kill once more, the Camp Oneida hockey girls step up and make with the high-sticking! Don't miss a lick of the thrills, starting at midnight!