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    Once The Clouds Have Gone
    K. E. Payne - Paperback - Bold Strokes
    Nine years after leaving the small Scottish town where she'd grown up, Tag Grainger is forced to return following the sudden death of her father - and back to a life she's long since put behind her. After inheriting a share in a family business she wants no part in, she longs to escape again, until the appearance of the intriguing and spirited Freddie Metcalfe forces her to reevaluate much more than she thought she needed to. But while Freddie is harboring a secret of her own, can she help Tag reconnect with her family and move on from her past?
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    The Scottish Law Of Debt
    Nicholas Grier - Hardback - W. Green
    This new edition takes account of the many changes in the law relating to personal and corporate insolvency over the last few years. These have resulted in many new procedures for sequestration and new opportunities for corporate rescue.
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    Steam Hammer
    Fnic - Paperback - Sloth Comics
    'Steam Hammer' is a grayscale graphic novel by British comic artist Charles Cutting in world which can only be described as raw steampunk. Following the mission of a Scottish squad to rid the country of a USA invasion having occurred after the War of Independence, this extremely violent adventure is modelled on a world where steam is the main power source and Britain has become a colony of the newly formed United States.
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    Acting Suspiciously: Another DJ Smith And Gorgonzola Mission
    Helen Mulgray - Paperback - Matador
    'Act It Out's' historic re-enactments from the life of Mary Queen of Scots are not all that they seem. Sites closely associated with that tragic queen are a cover for the distribution of drugs in central Scotland ...
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    Darke Mission
    Scott Caladon - Paperback - Matador
    The British government is secretly bankrupt. There is no money to pay the police, armed forces or NHS. J.J. Darke, lone parent and Scottish ex-intelligence officer, is blackmailed by an unscrupulous politician into stealing North Korea's gold bullion to plug Britain's catastrophic financial deficit and avoid widespread lawlessness.
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    Miss Daisy Conquers Britain
    Pamela Hunt - Paperback - Matador
    Miss Daisy, the curmudgeonly 1934 Austin, returns with another tale of exasperation and embarrassment as she reluctantly yet resolutely carries Her Ladyship and her dog Oscar, better known as The Asthmatic Barking Dog, all the way to John O'Groats, before turning south again.
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    National 5 & Higher English - Scottish Short Texts
    Willie McGuire - Paperback - Hodder Gibson
    This text provides valuable advice on writing about the most popular Scottish poems and short stories from the lists of set texts published by the Scottish Qualifications Authority for National 5 and Higher English.
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    Cry Uncle
    Russel D. McLean - Hardback - Severn House
    Working undercover on behalf of the police, McNee's mission is to get close to aging gangster David Burns and uncover his secrets. In his role as Burns' new right hand man, he's expected to follow orders and get his hands dirty. But how far can he go before he crosses the line?
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    The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde
    Robert Louis Stevenson - Paperback - Pulp! The Classics
    This dark psychological fantasy is more than a moral tale, it is also a product of its time, drawing on contemporary theories of class, evolution and criminality and the secret lives behind Victorian propriety, to create a unique form of urban Gothic.
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    John Muir: The Scotsman Who Saved America's Wild Places
    Mary Colwell - Paperback - Lion
    The fascinating biography of Scots-born John Muir, the man regarded as the 'father of America's national parks'.

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