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- Hardback - Routledge
This volume reveals the significance of Scottish prehistory for the development of understanding of European prehistory. Written at a time of rapid accumulation of new relics and monuments and the insights from them, Professor Childe presented some important new data and made tentative conclusions for the future results from these finds.
- Paperback - William Heinemann
The side-splittingly funny and razor-sharp new novel from John Niven, author of 'Kill Your Friends' and 'Straight White Male'.
- Boxed - Constable
Colin Prior is one of the finest landscape photographers in the world and one who knows the Scottish wilderness like no other. Going to extremes in order to capture the most magical qualities of a landscape, his patience and masterful eye for natural beauty have produced extraordinary images over a remarkable career. This book showcases his finest panoramas and combines them with his greatest new, unpublished images to present a beautifully-curated exhibition of work.
- Hardback - Rockport Publishers
Award-winning artist Sophia Martineck takes readers on a journey to 221B Baker St. and the compelling stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes, through her luscious imagery. The stories take on a whole new meaning when accompanied by Martineck's mystical, colourful interpretations.
- Hardback - Angry Robot
In the summer of 1887 my grandfather stole a clock. It was six feet high and the shape of a coffin. A little girl called Mirror and her shape-shifting guardian Goliath Honeyflower are washed up on the shores of England. Something has been wrong with Mirror since the day her grandfather locked her inside a clock. Mirror does not know what she is, but she knows she is no longer human. John Loveheart, meanwhile, was not born wicked. But after the death of his parents, he was taken by Mr Fingers, the demon lord of the underworld. Now Mr Fingers is determined to find the little girl called Mirror, whose flesh he intends to eat, and whose soul is the key to his reign.
- Paperback - Vintage Books
Aggie is struggling to make sense of her life, but she's determined to make sense of her gran's life, even if everyone else thinks she should be concentrating on other things, like her faltering marriage. Back in the family home grandmother Peggy nests at the top of the house, rarely leaving her room. She says she's making her way to heaven, but when Aggie moves in again she soon realises that things are far from heavenly in the Coppella household. 'Snake Road' is a tale of loss and hope.
- Paperback - Cargo
It's 1560. Elizabeth I is on the throne. England is in a golden age of trade and art; merchants and poets from across the world fill the streets. And there's a new commodity in high demand-oil. And Nat Bramble knows just where to find it.
- Add to BasketWeak Messages Create Bad Situations: A Manifesto
- Hardback - Canongate
Weak messages create bad situations. Strong messages create good situations. Turner Prize-nominated artist David Shrigley is here to help.
- Hardback - Hesperus Minor
This volume features renditions of old favourites such as 'The Story of the Three Bears', 'The Three Little Pigs', 'The Magic Swan' and 'The Story of the Fisherman and His Wife' along with some perhaps less well-known titles such as 'The Enchanted Snake' and 'Jack my Hedgehog'.
- Hardback - Hesperus Minor
Adults and children alike will enjoy the old favourites in this collection such as 'The Emperor's New Clothes' along with the unsung gems such as 'The Snow-Daughter and The Fire-Son' and 'In the Land of Souls'. The stories come from as far afield as Iceland and Greece and from such differing sources as Native American oral tradition and the Brothers Grimm.