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- Add to BasketNorth-West Highlands
- Hardback - Scottish Mountaineering Club
This hillwalking guide describes routes on 295 peaks north and west of the Great Glen, including all the Munros, Corbetts and Grahams, plus a number of other notable hills.
- Add to BasketNever Apologise: The Collected Writings
- Hardback - Plexus
Lindsay Anderson, who died in 1994, directed such acclaimed films as 'This Sporting Life', 'Brittania Hospital' and 'Thursday's Children'. 'Never Apologize' presents a selection of his critical essays on subjects including England, Chaplin, and Welles.
- Add to BasketThe New Breadmakers
- Paperback - B & W
'The Breadmakers' saga followed the story of a Glasgow working class community living through the dark days of the Depression and the Second World War. Now the author explores how Catriona copes with a brutal husband, a son who is beginning to take his father's side and the riches she finds so dissatisfying.
- Add to BasketNo Laughing Matter
- Paperback - Speck
When a naked woman flashes past journalist Nick Madrid's 14th floor hotel window, it's quite a surprise. Did she fall, or was she pushed? To find out, Nick must follow a trail which leads from the Edinburgh Festival to Hollywood.
- Add to BasketNature Spirits And What They Say: Interviews With Verena Staël Von Holstein
- Paperback - Floris
Verena Staël von Holstein has learned to see and speak to nature spirits. Here, Wolfgang Weirauch interviews Verena, and through her we learn what fire-spirits, air-spirits, water-spirits and stone-spirits have to say.
- Add to BasketNew Selected Poems
- Hardback - Picador
Carol Ann Duffy draws together key poems from her published work to date spanning almost twenty years of definitive writing - from 'Standing Female Nude' (1985) to 'Feminine Gospels' (2003).
- Add to BasketNewton's Wake: A Space Opera
- Paperback - Orbit
The Hard Rapture took Earth's best minds away. Now the rest are about to find out where they went. Centuries ago, space settlers and soldiers fled from the sentient AI war machines engulfing Earth, and colonized Eurydice. But the Eurydiceans will find that they were not the sole human survivors.
- Add to BasketNaomi Mitchison's Early In Orcadia, The Big House And Travel Light
- Paperback - Association for Scottish Literary Studies
Born in Edinburgh in 1897, Naomi Haldane - later Mitchison - would go on to become one of Scotland's most important literary voices of the 20th century. This book looks at three of her most significant works, discussing topics such as historical context, characterisation and use of language.
- Paperback - David & Charles
Known as Kasket Karl in Denmark and Willi Wakker in Germany, Andy Capp has been one of the world's best-known comic strip characters since his first appearance in 1957. This collection includes 365 cartoon strips, providing a laugh for every day of the year.
- Paperback - Mainstream
Frank Maloney lifts the lid on the world of boxing and its household names, giving an account of his time with Lennox Lewis, revealing stories and offering inside opinions. He also gives an insight into the way money, sex, drugs, politics, bribery and corruption have played their part in the sport.