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  • Cover scan of Sanctum

    Denise Mina - Paperback - Orion
    Lachlan Harriot is in a state of shock. His wife Susie has been convicted of the murder of serial killer Andrew Gow, a prisoner in her care. But as he goes through the documents in her study to clear her name, his search for the truth soon raises more questions than answers.
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    Scotland's Jesus: The Only Officially Non-Racist Comedian
    Frankie Boyle - Paperback - HarperCollinsPublishers
    Reading 'Scotland's Jesus' should be like being called into the living room by your child shouting that they see a little red dot on the head of a TV newscaster, then riding the white hot bullet through the propaganda circuitry of his or her exploding brain. It's a funny book about the news, partly because it was decided that a pornographic book about Scottish Independence wouldn't really sell. In chapters ranging from international politics to the animal world, 'Scotland's Jesus' is allowed the opportunity to showcase his increasingly unsympathetic worldview and disintegrating psyche.
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    Sword Of Rome
    Douglas Jackson - Paperback - Corgi Books
    AD 68. The Emperor Nero's erratic and bloody reign is in its death throes when Gaius Valerius Verrens is dispatched to Rome on a mission that will bring it to a close. With Nero dead, the city holds its breath and awaits the arrival his successor, Servius Sulpicius Galba, governor of Hispania. The Empire prays for peace, but it prays in vain. Galba promises stability and prosperity, but his rule begins with a massacre and ends only months later in chaos and carnage.
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    Scotland: A Short History
    Christopher Harvie - Paperback - Oxford University Press
    Harvie, one of Scotland's leading historians and political writers, takes a long view of Scotland, its land, people and culture. The text sweeps from the earliest settlements to the new Parliament of 1999 and beyond.
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    Seal Island
    Julia Green - Paperback - Oxford University Press
    Grace is excited about her holiday, staying with Granny at her house in the Hebrides. She makes friends with local boy Col, and together they go exploring all over the Island. One day, Grace discovers a baby seal injured on the beach. She's not sure if she can save it, but she's determined to try.
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    The Story Of Matthew Buzzington
    Andy Stanton - Paperback - Barrington Stoke
    Matthew Buzzington has a special secret power - he can turn into a fly. The only problem is, it doesn't seem to work! Now, the school bully is making his life a misery - can he summon up his powers to take revenge?
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    Sea Legs
    Guy Grieve - Paperback - Bloomsbury
    Guy Grieve, after years of exploring and adventuring around the world, has been living quietly on the grey-skied Isle of Mull with his wife Juliet and two small sons. For some time though, the wild has been beckoning to him more and more insistently. At last, the lure of freedom and adventure become too much - he and Juliet pack in the school run, re-mortgage the house and buy a yacht.
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    The Sea Of Adventure
    Enid Blyton - Paperback - Macmillan Children's
    Recovering from measles on a remote Scottish island, the children are left to fend for themselves when their host disappears. Soon they're on the trail of a ruthless enemy through the wildest and most desolate places.
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    The Second Coming
    John Niven - Paperback - Windmill Books
    God is coming, and he is going to be pissed. Having left his son in charge, God treated himself to a well-earned break around the height of the Renaissance. A good time to go fishing. He returns in 2011 to find things on Earth haven't gone quite to plan.
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    The Spy Who Loved School Dinners
    Pamela Butchart - Paperback - Nosy Crow
    Izzy is really pleased to have been put in charge of the new girl at school. Matilde is French, and Izzy and her friends can't wait to show her their den and its moth, and to help her avoid school dinners (also known as poison). But Matilde loves school dinners and even has seconds! And that's when they know.

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