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    Masters Of Men: Ken Venturi, Rory McIlroy And One Epic Golf Journey
    Liam Hayes - Hardback - Arena Sport
    This is the story of one journey taken, over half a century apart, by two outstanding golfers. But, this is more than a golf book. It's the story of two young men, and the people who filled their lives - the mentor who dominated Ken Venturi, the agent who loomed too large over Rory McIlroy, and the two young girls who became their first loves and lost their men as they became champions. It pits the incredible struggles and victories of perhaps the single most naturally talented golfer from the 1950s and '60s against the game's most naturally talented golfer of today. It puts them on the same tee boxes, on the same greens, on the same day.
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    The Mile
    Craig Smith - Paperback - Pilrig
    Set one week before the 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum, this novel tells the story of three main characters: a nationalist, a unionist and a swing-voter, on their alcohol-fuelled travels through the pubs of Edinburgh. The question is raised of whether these three can reach a consensus on the future of Scotland, and if they can be persuaded to unite and vote 'yes' despite their many differences.
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    My Immortal Highlander
    Hannah Howell - Paperback - Zebra
    'My Immortal Highlander' is a story of identical twin brothers trapped between the curse that has been their legacy and the two women whose love is their destiny.
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    The Medieval Kirk, Cemetery And Hospice At Kirk Ness, North Berwick: The Scottish Seabird Centre Excavations 1999-2006
    Thomas Addyman - HR - Oxbow Books
    Kirk Ness has long been considered likely to be an early Christian centre, whose dedication to St Andrew may perhaps be linked with the 8th century translation of the relics of St Andrew's to Fife. Such early dating was confirmed by a new sequence of radiocarbon dates from excavations carried out in 1999-2006. This title explores the excavations and what was found at the Scottish Seabird Centre from 1999 until 2006.
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    The Making Of John Lennon: The Untold Story Behind The Rise And Fall Of The Beatles
    Francis Kenny - Hardback - Luath Press
    To many people, the history of The Beatles is a fairy story. 'The Making of John Lennon' reveals new insights into the effects of Lennon's mental health and how his personality was shaped by his childhood in Liverpool. It provides answers to questions such as why the true source of 'Strawberry Fields' could not be revealed, why Pete Best's college connection led to his sacking from the group, and why class backgrounds were the real reason for the break-up of The Beatles.
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    How to Pass Modern Studies
    Frank Cooney - Paperback - Hodder Gibson
    Get your best grade with the SQA endorsed guide to National 5 Modern Studies. This text contains all the advice and support you need to revise successfully for your National 5 exam. It combines an overview of the course syllabus with advice from a top expert on how to improve exam performance, so you have the best chance of success.
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    The Most Distant Way
    Ewan Gault - Hardback - Holland House
    Two young British distance runners, Kirsten and Mike, are training in Kenya's Rift Valley, an area with the greatest density of elite endurance runners on Earth. With only a week remaining of their three month stay, they each have to face up to their fears about going home whilst trying to make sense of their lives. Meanwhile the country around them is beginning to tear itself apart, as an election, which will plunge Kenya into weeks of bloodshed, approaches.
  • Cover scan of The Most Distant Way
    The Most Distant Way
    Ewan Gault - Paperback - Holland House
    Two young British distance runners, Kirsten and Mike, are training in Kenya's Rift Valley, an area with the greatest density of elite endurance runners on Earth. With only a week remaining of their three month stay, they each have to face up to their fears about going home whilst trying to make sense of their lives. Meanwhile the country around them is beginning to tear itself apart, as an election, which will plunge Kenya into weeks of bloodshed, approaches.
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    Mary, Queen Of Scots: Truth Or Lies
    Rosalind K. Marshall - Paperback - Saint Andrew
    Mary, Queen of Scots is one of the most famous Scots in history. And yet the debate rages on as fiercely as ever about what this enigmatic queen was really like. Here, Rosalind Marshall takes us through the key myths that surround this fascinating story.
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    Macrieve
    Kresley Cole - Paperback - Simon & Schuster
    Kresley Cole delves deeper into the mysterious Clan MacRieve, a family tormented by ancient agonies and forbidden wolven hungers. Uilleam MacRieve, warrior, was captured, caged, and experimented on by a shadowy order. The aftermath of his unspeakable torture preys on his mind, while the wolf inside him roars for vengeance.

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