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    Let's Visit Scotland
    Annabelle Lynch - Hardback - Franklin Watts
    'Let's Visit Scotland' explores eight great places to go in Scotland - from rugged Ben Nevis to far-flung Skara Brae.
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    A Lovely Way To Burn
    Louise Welsh - Paperback - John Murray
    A pandemic called 'The Sweats' is sweeping the globe. London is a city in crisis. Hospitals begin to fill with the dead and dying, but Stevie Flint is convinced that the sudden death of her boyfriend Dr Simon Sharkey was not from natural causes. As roads out of London become gridlocked with people fleeing infection, Stevie's search for Simon's killers takes her in the opposite direction, into the depths of the dying city and a race with death.
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    Language Teaching In Steiner-Waldorf Schools: Insights From Rudolf Steiner
    Johannes Kiersch - Paperback - Floris Books
    Providing a solid basis for the teaching of modern languages in Steiner-Waldorf Schools, this book discusses extensively Rudolf Steiner's view of the nature of language in relation to child development and also of the practical classroom questions of curriculum and teaching method.
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    The Laws Of Scotland: Consolidated Table Of Statutes 2014
    - Paperback - LexisNexis
    Published annually, this volume contains the consolidated table of statutes, orders, rules and regulations, European Community legislation, Treaties and Conventions and other enactments.
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    Little Crackers: Tales From The Edge
    Beda Higgins - Paperback - Saraband
    A mother struggles to bond with her newborn baby; a student obsesses about flies spreading their killer germs; an old man is at the mercy of his care home nurse. People can look 'normal', but often they're not. Inspired by the author's experiences as a nurse over the last 30 years, and written with huge compassion and warmth, this thought-provoking short story collection explores just what makes us tick - and what happens when the mind falters and breaks down. Obsession, dementia, post-natal depression, psychosis and even murder all feature in this 'Tales of the Unexpected' for the 21st century.
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    Leipzig
    Fiona Rintoul - Paperback - Aurora Metro
    The year is 1985. East Germany is in the grip of communism. Magda, a brilliant but disillusioned young linguist, is desperate to flee. When a black market deal brings her into connect with Robert, a Scottish research student at Leipzig University, she sees a way to deflect attention from her increasingly wide escape plans. Robert falls in love with her and stumbles into a complex world of shifting half-truths - one that will undo them both. More than a decade later, Robert returns to post-communist Leipzig in search of answers. Can he track Magda down? And will the past give up its secrets?
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    Lives & Times: Achievements Of The Famous And Remarkable, Age By Age
    Edmund Morrison - Paperback - Inkbee
    This is a collection of brief biographical sketches detailing achievements of hundreds of famous and remarkable people. They are ordered by the person's age at the time of their achievement. The book encompasses people from the fields of popular culture, sport, invention, science, the arts, commerce and politics.
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    Lost Edinburgh In Colour
    Liz Hanson - Paperback - Amberley
    A wonderful collection of rare and previously unpublished images of Edinburgh a century ago, presented in full colour.
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    Loitering With Intent
    Muriel Spark - Paperback - New Directions
    Would-be novelist Fleur Talbot works for the snooty Sir Quentin Oliver at the Autobiographical Association, whose members are at work on their memoirs. When her employer gets his hands on Fleur's novel-in-progress, mayhem ensues when its scenes begin coming true.
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    The Land Agent
    J. David Simons - Hardback - Saraband
    'The Land Agent' follows the journey of a young Jew from Poland whose 1920s move to Palestine thrusts him into land and water disputes among Jews, Arabs, Zionists and others. It also brings him into contact with Celia, a Scottish Jew who has made her life on an idealistic kibbutz.

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