Recent Releases

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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  • Cover scan of Scottish Independence
    Scottish Independence
    George Kerevan - Paperback - The History Press
    Two of the nations' leading political commentators address both sides of the Scottish referendum argument.
  • Cover scan of How To Draw Scotland
    How To Draw Scotland
    Mark Bergin - Paperback - Book House
    This title features step-by-step instructions showing how to draw many of Scotland's most recognised landmarks, including Edinburgh Castle, Balmoral and Holyrood Palace as well as some well-known Scottish icons, such as a bagpiper and a Highland dancer.
  • Cover scan of One Night With The Laird
    One Night With The Laird
    Nicola Cornick - Paperback - Harlequin MIRA
    She is young and beautiful, and fashionable, Edinburgh's most flirtatious hostess. But beneath the perfect charade beats a grieving heart. Lady Mairi mourns the husband she lost two years before - and no matter how accomplished a lover Jack Rutherford may be, their wanton night together is an encounter Mairi would prefer to forget. But when Mairi is threatened by a blackmailer, Jack is the only man who can protect her.
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    Angels Next Door
    Karen McCombie - Paperback - Puffin
    Riley's best friend has gone away forever and Lauren 'Queen of Everything' Mayhew is making school a nightmare. It looks like Riley's on her own, until the three Angelo sisters move in next door. Colourful and sparkly, they stand out, especially at school and since they've arrived there have been loads of strange coincidences. Who are these new girls?
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    The Assassination Of Reinhard Heydrich
    C. A. MacDonald - Paperback - Birlinn
    On 27 May 1942 a Czech agent threw a bomb at a passing Mercedes Reinhard Heydrich was travelling in. The assassination sent a shock wave through the Nazi leadership and provoked ferocious reprisals against Czechs and Jews. This book is based on archive material and interviews with surviving members of SOE and Czech military intelligence.
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    Awa' An' Bile Yer Heid!: Scottish Curses And Insults
    - Paperback - Birlinn
    From football through the weather to politics, each other and of course the English, there is nothing about which a Scot does not have a scathing remark to make. This volume presents a rich collection of insults and invective.
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    Barbed Wire Kisses: The Jesus And Mary Chain Story
    Zo╠łe Street Howe - Hardback - Polygon
    Musically, culturally and in terms of sheer attitude, the Jesus and Mary Chain stand alone. Their story begins in the bleak new town of East Kilbride, near Glasgow, at the dawn of the 1980s with two chronically shy brothers, James and William Reid, listening to music in their shared bedroom. What follows charts their stormy live performances, signing to Creation, fraternal tensions that rival those of the Gallaghers, and, ultimately, their total self-belief and passion.
  • Cover scan of Barrowland
    Barrowland: A Glasgow Experience
    Nuala Naughton - Paperback - Mainstream Publishing
    'Barrowland' charts the amazing resurrection of the legendary rock concert venue from its humble beginnings as a popular Glasgow dance hall through its commercial decline in the 1960s and beyond until it was reinvented in the early '80s as a concert venue that remains feted by fans and artistes alike. This book documents many of the gigs to have been held in the Barrowland, complete with reminiscences about backstage shenanigans and fascinating contributions from many of the musicians who have played there, as well as from fans who cherish memories of unforgettable concerts.
  • Cover scan of Bedtime For Tiny Mouse
    Bedtime For Tiny Mouse
    Chae Strathie - Paperback - Scholastic
    Tiny Mouse is wide awake. He curls and twirls, he flips and flops, and he snuggles and huggles - but still he can't sleep. His dad gives him a cup of warm milk, his mum tells him to try counting sheep, and even his big brother Milo has some advice, but nothing works, and Tiny Mouse is still wide awake. Luckily his Grandma knows just how to help soothe him to sleep.
  • Cover scan of Blood On The Streets

    Blood On The Streets: A Murderous History Of Limerick
    Anthony Galvin - Paperback - Mainstream Publishing
    Galvin recounts the murder of Detective Garda Jerry McCabe, shot by the IRA during a botched armed robbery, and the story of the last man hanged in Ireland following his conviction of the rape and murder of a nurse on a quiet suburban road. 'Blood on the Streets' also highlights the city's hit men, including the only hit man in the country to have been convicted of murder twice, and delves into some of the most notorious of the recent gangland killings.

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