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An Untidy Career: Conversations With George Hall
- Paperback - Oberon
Once the director of the acting course at the Central School of Speech and Drama, George Hall is currently on the staff of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. In this book Lolly Susi interviews the actor and teacher.
An Unfolding Gift: The Pier Arts Centre Collection
- Hardback - Thames & Hudson
The Pier Arts Centre in Orkney was established in 1978 to house a superlative collection that charts the development of British modernism, gathered by author, peace activist and philanthropist Margaret Gardiner. This catalogue illustrates every work in the collection.
- Paperback - Telegram
'Unwritten Secrets' explores the duplicitous world of classical music in 20th century Vienna and the perilous consequences of prizing art above all else.
Under The Skin
- Paperback - Canongate
The novel centres around a female character, Isserly, who seems to be obsessed with picking up male hitch-hikers, as long as they are muscular and fit. As the story unfolds, the reader comes to realise that Isserly's motives are rather unusual.
Unusual Baby Names
- Paperback - Crombie Jardine
If you'd like your baby to stand out in a crowded world, then an unusual name is guaranteed to give them a head start. This book contains hundreds of rare exotic, beautiful and unusual names for boys and girls.
Up In Flames
- Paperback - Barrington Stoke
Dan and Lee find a weird coin in the woods with 'dare' on one side and 'danger' on the other. In this story the boys hit 'danger' and have to try and rescue a dog from a fire.
- Paperback - Kelpies
While exploring a small loch above the village of Aldhammer with her brother Davie, Ellen repeats a childish rhyme to call something to her. What arrives is an ancient being with the ability to shapeshift and the power to destroy. Ushig is a kelpie, a water wraith, and his intentions are anything but pure.
Upper Clyde Valley: Biggar & Lanark
- Map - Ordnance Survey
The Unauthorized Guide To Doing Business The Duncan Bannatyne Way: 10 Secrets Of The Rags To Riches Dragon
- Paperback - Capstone
Duncan Bannatyne started life in a two-up, two-down in Clydebank, yet now his business empire spans health clubs, hotels and a residential property company - but how did he do it? In 'Business the Duncan Bannatyne Way', the Dragons' Den star reveals his rags-to-riches story.
Up The Creek Without A Mullet
- Paperback - Sandstone
After acquiring a fascination with the dubious 1980s haircut while travelling around Eastern Europe, Simon Varwell discovered a village in Albania called Mullet, and a mission was born. This book charts the first three legs of the mission, as he visits places with the word 'mullet' in their name.