This is a complete list of the new books which have arrived on the site within the last month. See This Month's Highlights for a selection.
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- The Beauty Within
- Paperback - Mills & Boon
- The Abominators In The Wild: My Panty Wanty Woos Save The Day
- Paperback - Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Mucker, Boogster, Cheesy and Bob are The Abominators. Cecil has jumped into their lives like a demented grasshopper, and they're not at all happy about it. Having a gang member who wears panty wanty woos is unthinkable! Will an adventure involving baked beans, a midnight quest and an escaped bear help to change their minds?
- Hardback - Polygon
This historical novel, set in the 16th century, will appeal to fans of Rose Tremain and Hilary Mantel. 'After Flodden' is an unputdownable story of political intrigue and romance, as a courageous young woman refuses to give up her search. A vivid evocation of a violent, pitiless era, this portrait of ambition, love and revenge is a modern take on the lyrical and harsh border ballads of old.
- Amazing Esme
- Paperback - Hodder Children's Books
Follow the wildly imaginative adventures of Esme as she leaves behind her circus home for the first time to spend the summer with her cousins Magnus, Cosmo and Gus at Maclinkey Castle where it's easy to get lost and where you can discover all sorts of weird and wonderful animals in unlikely places.
- Add to BasketBehind The Thistle: Playing Rugby For Scotland
- Paperback - Birlinn
An insightful and highly entertaining history of Scottish rugby as told through first hand accounts from Scottish rugby's favourite heroes - from Mac Henderson, who recently celebrated his 100th birthday and is the oldest surviving Scotland player, right through to the present day.
- Add to BasketBlame My Brain: The Amazing Teenage Brain Revealed
- Paperback - Walker Books
Nicola Morgan's accessible and humourous examination of the ups and downs of the teenage brain deals with powerful emotions, the need for more sleep, the urge to take risks, the difference between genders, the reasons behind addiction and depression, and what lies ahead.
- Add to BasketA Certain Freedom
- Paperback - Sphere
After the death of his wife, Hamilton Forsyth scandalises the small Ayrshire town of Saltcoats by departing for pastures unknown. His three adult children are left reeling with shock and with the family ironmongery shop to run.
- Add to BasketConversations With Visitors: Social Media In Museums
- Hardback - MuseumsEtc
- Add to BasketThe Deadman's Pedal
- Paperback - Vintage Books
It is the early 1970s and for 16-year-old Simon Crimmons there's really not much to do in the Highlands of Scotland. The only local drama and romance is the West Highland Line, so Simon joins up as a train driver. But that summer he is introduced to a world far more glamorous and strange than the railways can provide.
- Paperback - C & R Crime
When police constable Hamish Macbeth hears that a posh English chap has moved into the backwater village of Drim, he knows there's bound to be trouble. Indeed, Peter Hynd soon has the town's matrons giggling like teens.