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    Davie Hay: The Davie Hay Story
    Davie Hay - Hardback - Black & White
    Davie Hay is a true Celtic legend. He was known as 'The Quiet Assassin' in his playing days - a nickname given to him by Scotland manager Tommy Docherty - and he was one of the most ferocious competitors in the game. This title tells about his career and reveals some secrets that startle football supporters everywhere.
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    Just Daft: The Chic Murray Story
    Robbie Grigor - Paperback - Birlinn
    Alternative humour had not been heard of when Chic Murray, a comic Colossus, bestrode the stage. His style was utterly original. 'Just Daft' is the story of one of Scotland's greatest comedians, from his birth in Greenock in 1919, charting his rise through his amateur beginnings in the 1930s.
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    Quidditch Through The Ages
    J. K. Rowling - Paperback - Bloomsbury
    This text includes all of the information you could ever need to know about the history, the rules - and the breaking of the rules - of the noble wizarding sport of Quidditch.
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    Queen Elizabeth 2: The Last Great Liner
    Janette McCutcheon - Paperback - Amberley
    'Queen Elizabeth 2' tells the story of the Cunard liner. It is a story of superlatives - QE2 has travelled further than any other ocean liner ever built, she can travel backwards faster than any other cruise ship afloat can travel forwards. She has made an annual world cruise since the early 1970s.
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    A Quiet Flame
    Philip Kerr - Paperback - Quercus
    Redolent with the atmosphere of 1950s Argentina and featuring portraits of real characters such as Eva and Juan Peron, Adolf Eichmann, and Otto Skorzeny, this novel ends up asking some highly provocative questions about the true extent of Argentina's Nazi collaboration and anti-Semitism under the Perons.
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    A Question Of Blood
    Ian Rankin - Paperback - Orion
    John Rebus has to face up to the most savage and senseless crime imaginable, one in which all his knowledge of human motivation is rendered useless and one that will take him to the heart of human darkness.
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    "And The Judges Said -": Essays
    James Kelman - Paperback - Polygon
    'And The Judges Said -' is a collection of essays from James Kelman, dealing with matters literary, artistic, political and philosophical.
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    Queen Victoria's Skull
    David Stack - Hardback - Hambledon Continuum
    'Queen Victoria's Skull' explores the life and thinking of the Edinburgh phrenologist George Combe. By tracing the development of Combe's intellectual interests it provides a prism through which to view Victorian culture, science and politics, covering themes of class, religion, sex, crime, art and the theatre.
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    A Question Of Blood
    Ian Rankin - Compact Disc - Orion Audio
    John Rebus has to face up to the most savage and senseless crime imaginable, one in which all his knowledge of human motivation is rendered useless and one that will take him to the heart of human darkness.
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    Queen Victoria's Highlanders
    Stuart Reid - Paperback - Osprey
    Covering the greatest fighting age of the legendary Highland regiments, who earned their unique reputation in Britain's imperial wars, this title includes a concise history of the organization and record of every regiment.

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