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- Add to BasketApollos Of The North: The Selected Poems Of George Buchanan And Arthur Johnston
- Paperback - Polygon
Published to coincide with the quincentenary of Buchanan's birth in 2006, this book presents a selection of his work, translated and accompanied by the work of Arthur Johnston, a great admirer and contemporary of Buchanan's, and a fellow Scot.
- Paperback - AK
The Italian immigrant communities in the US at the dawn of the 20th century were seething with 'the ideal', the dream of a free humanity. Through newly translated texts from 'Cronica Sovversi' we are offered a new window into the movement which spawned the cherished anarchist idealism of Sacco and Vanzetti.
- Add to BasketThe Accidental
- Paperback - Penguin
'The Accidental' is the follow-up novel to 'Hotel World', which was shortlisted for the Booker and Orange prizes in 2002. Ali Smith's other novels include 'Free Love', 'Like', 'Other Stories and Other Stories' and 'The Whole Story and Other Stories'.
- Add to BasketAbdominal X-Rays Made Easy
- Paperback - Churchill Livingstone Elsevier
Focusing on how to interpret abdominal radiographs, this book is useful for medical students and junior doctors. It outlines the few simple rules you need to follow, then explains how to sort out the initial and apparently overwhelming jumble of information, which constitutes the abdominal X-ray.
- Add to BasketAfter Elizabeth: The Death Of Elizabeth And The Coming Of King James
- Paperback - Harper Perennial
Leanda De Lisle provides a history of the succession of James I of England, and the shifting power and lethal politics that brought him to the throne.
- Add to BasketAnatomy Acts: A Scottish Journey Through The Body
- Paperback - Birlinn
Exploring the social, cultural, and scientific significance of anatomy in Scotland, this book describes the high points of Renaissance, Enlightenment, and 19th-century enquiry, alongside the medical imaging techniques.
- Add to BasketAndy Murray: The Story So Far
- Paperback - Mainstream
At Wimbledon 2005, a new star burst onto the international tennis scene. Andy Murray, the 18-year-old wild card from the small town of Dunblane in Scotland, confounded all expectations. Rob Robertson and Eleanor Preston follow Andy Murray's remarkable rise in the world of tennis.
- Add to BasketAll The Poems
- Paperback - Carcanet
This collection of poetry by Muriel Spark presents the full range of one of Britain's most acclaimed writers. It includes villanelles, ballads and epigrams, as well as freer forms, all marked by her sharp observations and command of her medium.
- Add to BasketAmerican Purgatorio
- Paperback - Canongate
Jack's wife has disappeared. She was in the car when they stopped for gas, he knows that much. He walked back from the counter, and then - Jack can't remember. But Anne has gone.
- Add to BasketAll Fun And Games Until Somebody Loses An Eye
- Paperback - Abacus
Ross Bell, a researcher working for an arms manufacturer in Switzerland, is forced to disappear before he is 'persuaded' to part with the secrets of his research. Ross's firm is desperate to locate him and believe that his mother, who had teenage dreams of fast cars, extreme action and James Bond, is the key to his whereabouts.