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- Add to BasketAalst: A New Version
- Paperback - Methuen Drama
'Aalst' is a powerful and disturbing drama about two parents who murder their children. The play is based on real events from the Belgian town of Aalst in 1999 where the ensuing high profile and dramatic trial led to much soul-searching in the Belgian media.
- Add to BasketArt In Exile: Polish Painters In Post-War Britain
- Paperback - Sansom
'Art in Exile' is about a body of painters who have generally been margenalised by British art historians - the Polish exiles from war and persecution who made their homes and careers in Britain before or after 1939.
- Add to BasketAt Her Majesty's Pleasure
- Paperback - Hodder
Robert Douglas completes his autobiographical trilogy, taking us through the sixties and into the eighties with his memories of life as a prison officer, and, at the end of his career, as an electricity chargehand driving around the Yorkshire Dales.
- Add to BasketAir Road To The Isles: The Memoirs Of Captain E.E. Fresson, OBE
- Hardback - Kea
E.E. Fresson served in the Royal Flying Corps, built aeroplanes in China & barnstormed his way around the UK, but is best remembered as a pioneer of commercial aviation in the north of Scotland during the 1930s. He founded Highland Airways & flew civilian services through World War II, & until his company was nationalised in 1948.
- Add to BasketThe Arran Coastal Way
- Paperback - Rucksack Readers
A guide to the Arran Coastal Way, perhaps Scotland's finest circular long-distance trail, running 65 miles around the Isle of Arran.
- Hardback - John Blake
Ally McCoist is amongst the finest Scottish goal-scorers. This title charts the highs and lows of his career - including a couple of injury-stricken years.
- Add to BasketAt The Pynt O The Pick And Other Poems
- Hardback - Fingerpost
This book contains selected poems by T.S. Law, accompanied by critical and biographical essays, notes and a Scots glossary.
- Add to BasketAbsolution
- Paperback - Penguin
In 1984, PC Alan McAlpine was given a simple job. Guarding a woman - nameless and almost faceless after an acid attack - at a Glasgow hospital. He has no idea that this simple job will haunt his career and change his life forever. Two decades later, Alan steps into Partickhill police station and back in time.
- Add to BasketThe Ascent Of Man
- Paperback - Floris
Eleanor Merry applies her knowledge to argue that the past ages of the world must first be reviewed before the significance of the current age can be understood.
- Add to BasketAn Accidental Tragedy: The Life Of Mary, Queen Of Scots
- Hardback - Birlinn
Based on contemporary documents and histories, the author paints a unique picture of Mary that sees her neither as a Catholic martyr, nor as a husband-murdering adulteress, but as a young girl adrift in the dangerous seas of 16th century politics.