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- Hardback - Simon & Schuster
In '2025', Gordon Brown charts the massive technological, demographic social and political forces, including the explosive growth of a global middle class, reinventing our world.
- Add to BasketAngel Of Fire
- Paperback - Black Library
At the dawn of the 41st millennium, Lord Commander Macharius and his forces embark upon the re-conquest of over 1000 worlds. A man of steel and fire, Macharius is the only one with the will to lead the massed armies of the Imperium to victory.
- Add to BasketAnimals: An Imaginative Zoology
- Paperback - Floris
Karl König, the founder of the Camphill movement, had great compassion and empathy for people on the margins of society. He also felt the same brotherly feelings towards the animal world. This book offers a closer understanding of some specific mammals, fish and birds and, along the way, great insight into human nature as well.
- Add to BasketThe Finding Of Freddie Perkins
- Paperback - A. & C. Black
Freddie Perkins has lost a lot. His mum, for a start. His friends and his home, now he's been dragged him up to Scotland to live with his granny. And even his dad - because even though Dad's still there, he and Freddie can't seem to talk any more. But something is watching Freddie. Something very rare and very special. Something that finds things that are lost. Freddie has lost a lot, but he's about to discover how much there is out there to find.
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- Paperback - Ebury
A personal, brave memoir and a shocking true account of how two very bad men and a flawed system let a whole community down. 'In 1991, social workers snatched nine children from four families on a tiny Orkney Island amid allegations of a satanic sex abuse circle. Those false allegations had been made by my younger brothers and sisters. It wasn't their fault. They didn't stand a chance'.
- Add to BasketMean Time
- Paperback - Picador
In her prize-winning fourth collection, 'Mean Time', Carol Ann Duffy dramatises scenes from childhood, adolescence and adulthood, finding moments of grace or consolation in memory, love and language amid the complexities of life. These are powerful poems of loss, betrayal and desire.
- Paperback - Picador
Physicist John Ringer receives a mysterious text message that triggers an investigation into the development of new mobile phone technology in a research facility outside a remote Scottish village. The world is becoming a very different place: amnesia, telepathy and inexplicable coincidences all seem to be occurring more frequently - with humorous, brain teasing results. Could quantum experiments have caused the collapse of our universe's space-time continuum? Could the multi-layered text we are reading come from another world altogether?
- Hardback - Tinder
Persephone Triebold has grown up in the strange desolation of the Scottish Highlands. Inexperienced in the rules of friendship, sex and love, she leaves to study for a degree in London. Parties and new friends intoxicate Persephone at first, but when she meets Leo Ford, she finds someone she can love. Persephone enters Leo's circle of friends but finds him as elusive as he is sought after - and she becomes increasingly curious about the incident in his past of which no one ever speaks.
- Paperback - Pan Books
Born into an ordinary Edinburgh family in 1904, Marjorie Graham was expected to grow up like any other respectable girl. But her childhood dance classes with friends instilled a burning desire in her: to be a star. She couldn't have chosen a better time. As the roaring twenties flared into life, young Marjorie got her first break as a chorus girl. But the glamour of being a 'flapper' brought with it hidden dangers, an altogether darker world of failed love affairs, poverty and addiction to drink.
- Add to BasketGender And Political Recruitment: Theorizing Institutional Change
- Hardback - Palgrave Macmillan
This work explores the gendered dynamics of institutional innovation, continuity and change in candidate selection and recruitment. Drawing on the insights of feminist institutionalism, it extends the supply and demand model of political recruitment via a micro-level case study of the candidate selection process in post-devolution Scotland.