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The Legacy Of Elizabeth Pringle
- Paperback - Two Roads
Seemingly on a whim, 95-year-old Elizabeth Pringle bequeaths Homelea, her beloved house on Arran, to a woman she has never met. As a young woman comes take up Homelea she slowly unlocks the mysteries and heartbreaking secrets of Elizabeth Pringle's true legacy, in a multi-generational story of love and belonging.
The Last Refuge
- Paperback - Simon & Schuster
When John Callum arrives on the Faroe Islands, determined to sever all ties with his previous life and make a new start, he is surprised by how quickly he is welcomed into the close-knit community. But no matter what he changes in his outward life, the debilitating nightmares that haunt him just won't stop. Then the sleepy peace is shattered by an almost unheard of crime on the Island: murder. A specialist team of detectives arrives from Denmark to help the local police, who are completely ill-equipped for a manhunt of this scale. But when tensions arise, and the community closes rank to protect its own, outsider Ryan will have to watch his back.
The Liberation Of Celia Kahn
- Paperback - Saraband
Glasgow 1915. Set against the background of rent strikes, anti-war sentiment and a revolution brewing in Russia, a young Jewish woman from the Gorbals gains her first taste for protest and female solidarity. But it is her own rape that galvanises her even further as she capmaigns to introduce birth control to the women of the city.
Life Lessons From Lucy: A Peanuts Guide To Life
- Hardback - Canongate
Our favourite cartoon cynic shares her lessons on life in this beautifully produced gift book for all generations. In her inimitable style, Lucy spends her days teasing Charlie Brown, offering up psychiatric advice, giving her little brother Linus a hard time and relentlessly pursuing her beloved piano player, Schroeder.
The Lost Children
- Paperback - Orchard Books
When Molly and her little brother Jack visit their rich relatives on Ravenstorm Island, Molly feels immediately on edge. An elderly butler gives them bizarre warnings, eerie statues of children are dotted around the island, and - worse - she's expected to be friends with her moody cousin, Arthur. But things become much worse when Jack disappears - and no one else on the island remembers he ever existed! Molly and Arthur must work together to save Jack.
The Law Of Banking In Scotland
- Paperback - Bloomsbury Professional
This comprehensive guide provides an in-depth analysis of all matters relevant to bankers in both domestic and commercial banking operating in Scotland. Over recent years there has been an ever increased amount of litigation relating to banking matters. This third edition is fully updated throughout and analyses key matters affecting modern banking law including regulatory matters.
- Paperback - Picture Corgi
It's time for the Honeypot Hill talent contest! Poppy and Honey are so excited but, among the many acts, how will Poppy stand out? Can Grandpa and a new banjo-playing boy help Poppy to wow the judges and dance her way to a win?
Linlithgow Through Time
- Paperback - Amberley
This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Linlithgow has changed and developed over the last century.
Lawless & The Flowers Of Sin: A Lawless Novel
- Paperback - Exhibit A
A foundation for fallen women. A chess automaton. An impossible theft. Reluctant inspector of vice, Lawless must take a fruitless reckoning of London's shadowy nether world. Hyposcrisy, double standards: just what we expect from stuffy Victorian society. But Lawless was not expecting the trail that his questions open up: from the erotic booksellers of Holywell Street down the darkening passageways of Haymarket bordellos to backstreet cast-offs of the high life. When reputations are at threat, those running the show can be merciless in defending them.
The Loch Mess Monster
- Paperback - Andersen Press
Ever since Angus was a wee baby monster living below the surface of Loch Ness, his parents tried to teach him to be a proper monster. But as Angus grows bigger, he gets sloppy. Puggy-nit peanut shells are piling up; his grottie laundry is in a heap; tattie cans litter the floor. It's a mountain of a mess! And as Angus's rubbish heap grows, a surprising Loch Ness sighting of his own awaits on the surface of the lake.