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- We Might As Well Win: On The Road To Success With The Mastermind Behind A Record-Setting Eight Tour De France Victories
- Hardback - Mainstream
In 1998, former pro cyclist Johan Bruyneel backed a struggling rider to win the Tour de France. With Bruyneel as his team director, Lance Armstrong won a record seven straight victories. Then, in 2007 Bruyneel put won again with a new team. In this book, Bruyneel reflects candidly on his career so far.
- Where Three Roads Meet
- Paperback - Canongate
At the end of his life, an old man waits in his office for a stranger to arrive. Over the next few weeks, Teiresias will visit again, making his way across the heath to relate the story of his life. As these two men sit together in front of a roaring fire, a remarkable tale unfolds.
- Wilderness Dreams: The Call Of Scotland's Last Wild Places
- Paperback - In Pinn
This is a moving and inspirational set of eight essays on the meaning and future of Scotland's last wilderness areas. It charts intriguing and thought-provoking journeys through the remotest parts of Scotland, from a canoe trip down the River Dee to an epic climb of all the Munros.
- What Is Philosophy?: An Introduction
- Paperback - Dunedin
This title provides a short but comprehensive view of the whole field of philosophy. The question 'what is philosophy?' is answered in a forthright and unique way.
- West Over Sea
- Paperback - Acair
The author recounts her travels in the Hebrides during the 1940s, including some of their most remote areas.
- West Highland Tales
- Paperback - Birlinn
'West Highland Tales' is an anthology that features such tales as Deirdre of the Sorrows, showing the influence of the Irish tradition and a range of ghost stories, love stories, hilarious and candid, bawdy tales and tales of warriors .
- We Shall Not Sleep
- Paperback - Headline Review
October 1918 on the Western Front. Despite four years of facing the horror of the trenches nothing could have prepared Chaplain Joseph Reavley for the sight of Sarah Price's mutilated body lying discarded outside the operating tent. Outraged, Joseph will do whatever it takes to bring the young nurse's murderer to justice.
- The World According To Bertie
- Compact Disc - Hachette Audio
'The World According To Bertie' is the fourth in the series and revolves around the many colourful characters that come and go at No. 44 Scotland Street. McCall Smith handles the characters with his customary charm and deftness.
- The World According To Bertie: A 44 Scotland Street Novel
- Paperback - Abacus
In the fourth book in the series, all is not well among the residents of 44 Scotland Street. Angus's dog is under threat of execution and pretty, indecisive Pat and hopeless romantic Matthew are on the verge of making a terrible mistake.
- Hardback - Little, Brown
Miles is a spy. He wants, just for once, not to botch a case. Given one last chance for redemption, he is sent to Belfast, which quickly becomes a flight of terror, murder and shocking discoveries. But can he survive in a world of violent action?