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    My Last Confession
    Helen FitzGerald - Paperback - Faber & Faber
    Krissie is happy and in love, but her naivety and blind compassion plunge her into a shocking murder case that could jeopardise everything - her job, her relationship, and her life. The case is that of Jeremy, a Londoner on remand for the brutal murder of his mother-in-law.
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    The Mysteries
    Lisa Tuttle - Hardback - Jo Fletcher Books
    Laura Lensky's daughter, Peri, has been missing for two years. For the police it's a closed case - she wanted to run away - but for her mother and boyfriend, Hugh, it's a different story. When Laura hires private investigator Ian Kennedy, it is a last-ditch attempt to find her daughter before she leaves for America. Drawn in by strange parallels to an obscure Celtic myth and his first, almost unexplainable case, Ian takes the job. But his beliefs are about to be stretched to their limit - there are darker and more devious forces at work here than any of them imagined.
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    Murmur
    Adam Geary - Paperback - Aglu
    The photographs in 'Murmur' take us to the edge of the city and sea, where the transitory nature of life is pushed into focus. Geary make us aware of the things we often fail to notice or just edit out in our busy lives. His small fragments of reality and light tell us that the past has been!
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    Manchester To Glasgow: West Coast Line
    Campbell McCutcheon - Paperback - Amberley
    Bradshaw's guides were published in the 1860s when rail travel was still in its infancy. They give the reader a unique insight into the new world of the Victorian railways, recording the sights to be seen in the southeastern counties of England, and the towns and cities encountered along the way. His original account is annotated and accompanied by contemporary images as well as new photography of the same journey today.
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    The Marquess Of Queensberry: Wilde's Nemesis
    Linda Stratmann - Paperback - Yale University Press
    The Marquess of Queensberry is perhaps as famous for destroying one of our greatest literary geniuses as he was for helping establish the rules for modern-day boxing. The trial and two-year imprisonment of Oscar Wilde, following a series of events inspired by Wilde's romantic interest in his son, remains one of history's great tragedies. However, Linda Stratman's biography of the marquess, also known as John Sholto Douglas, paints a far more complex picture by drawing on new sources and unpublished letters.
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    Mental Health And Scots Law In Practice
    Lindsay D. G. Thomson - Hardback - W. Green
    This title gives a straightforward account of the legal issues relevant to Scottish psychiatric practice, explains how the Scottish legal system deals with mental health issues, and outlines psychiatric care systems.
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    Muslim Political Participation In Europe
    - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    Muslims are making themselves noticed in the political process of Europe. But what is happening behind the headlines? Jøurgen Nielsen looks at the processes and realities, from voting patterns in local and national assemblies to the tensions between ethnic, political and religious identities. These developments drive internal Muslim debates including whether Muslims should take part in the democratic process at all, and rivalries over who should represent Muslims.
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    My Shadow
    Sara Sanchez - Paperback - Top That! Publishing
    All children are fascinated by shadows - their changing shapes and sizes. Penny Dale attempts to capture this fascination in playful pictures that illustrate Robert Louis Stevenson's poem about a child and his shadow.
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    The Madness Of July
    James Naughtie - Paperback - Head of Zeus
    Will Flemyng was a spy who turned to politics and is rising to the top in the 1970s. But when a bizarre death, on one hot summer day in London, starts to unravel some of the most sensitive secrets of his government, he's drawn back into the shadows of the Cold War and begins to dance with danger once more. Buffeted by political forces and the powerful women around him, and caught in interlocking mysteries he must disentangle, Flemyng faces his vulnerability and learns, through betrayal and tragedy, more truth about his world than he has ever known.
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    Midland Scottish Buses
    Walter Burt - Paperback - Amberley
    This volume uses a collection of period and contemporary images to tell the story of Midland Scottish and its buses.

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