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  • Cover scan of The Twelve Signs O' Christmas

    £2.99
    The Twelve Signs O' Christmas: A Poem For Christmas
    David Donaldson - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    This is a Christmas greeting from the Broons of No. 10 Glebe Street.
  • Cover scan of The Angel Court Mystery

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    The Angel Court Mystery
    Anne Perry - Hardback - Headline
    When Commander Thomas Pitt is ordered to protect a young woman visiting London from Spain, he cannot see why this is a job for Special Branch. When she disappears in the dead of night from Angel Court, however, he is faced with a dangerous mystery. Sofia preached new, and some say blasphemous, religious ideals, and her life had been threatened. But Pitt senses there is some deeper and more dangerous reason for her kidnap - if that is what it is. Three men are caught up in the hunt for Sofia - her cousin, a banker for the Church of England, a popular and charismatic politician, and a journalist who seems determined to goad Pitt to the truth. Each seem to be hiding something, and as the search for answers stretches from London to Spain, Pitt knows that time is running out, and the nation's security could be at stake.
  • Cover scan of The Best Of Both Worlds

    £11.89
    The Best Of Both Worlds: The Autobiography Of The World's Greatest Living Medium
    Gordon Smith - Paperback - Coronet
    Gordon Smith is a world renowned medium, who travels the world offering his abilities to thousands of people in need. Gordon never charges for his spiritual readings, instead keeping a steady income from his barber shop in Glasgow, his home city. This is his story.
  • Cover scan of The Bird That Did Not Sing

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    The Bird That Did Not Sing
    Alex Gray - Paperback - Sphere
    The Commonwealth Games 2014 is coming to Glasgow and security is extra tight, particularly after a mysterious bomb explodes in a nearby rural Stirlingshire. As the opening ceremony for the Games draws ever closer, the police desperately seek the culprits. But Detective Superintendent Lorimer has other concerns on his mind. One is a beautiful red-haired woman from his past whose husband dies suddenly on his watch. Then there is the body of a young woman found dumped in the countryside just south of the city who is proving impossible to identify.
  • Cover scan of Blood On The Water

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    Blood On The Water
    Anne Perry - Paperback - Headline
    London, 1856. It is a time of progress, with the Empire's interests expanding and the Suez Canal nearing completion. Many people stand to gain - and to lose - as the world rapidly changes. When a Thames pleasure boat is blown up with the loss of many lives, an Egyptian man is quickly sentenced to hang for the crime. But William Monk, head of the River Police, discovers the evidence was flawed. As he and his wife Hester investigate further, Monk begins to wonder if the wrong man was convicted. If justice itself has been tainted, exposing the true culprit will be far more hazardous.
  • Cover scan of Bring Me Home

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    Bring Me Home
    Alan Titchmarsh - Paperback - Hodder
    'You really are the perfect family, aren't you?' Charlie Stuart, the owner of a Scottish castle and disappointed father of a brood of grown-up children, took in the full irony of his guest's comment at a Sunday house party. His family - and his life - were far from perfect. He had longed since childhood to inherit the Castle on the loch. He had fallen in love with the landscape and the wildlife that surrounded it and looked forward to the responsibilities that came with it, but his mother's devastating death while he was away at school and his father's remarriage to an unwelcome stepmother had swept away any easy path to fulfilling his destiny. Charlie has to grow up quickly, but along with his inheritance and the discovery of the love of his life come unexpected complications that involve espionage, deceit and a mysterious death.
  • Cover scan of The Credit Draper

    £7.64
    The Credit Draper
    J. David Simons - Paperback - Saraband
    'The Credit Draper', an original debut novel by J. David Simons, is more than just an immigrant's story about the search for identity in an alien land - it is also a book about whisky, football and waterproof clothing.
  • Cover scan of Extinction Game

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    Extinction Game
    Gary Gibson - Hardback - Tor
    Jerry Beche should be dead. Instead, he's rescued from a desolate Earth where he was the last man alive. He's then trained for the toughest conditions imaginable and placed with a crack team of specialists. Every one of them is a survivor, as each withstood the violent ending of their own alternate Earth. And their new specialism? To retrieve weapons and data in missions to other apocalyptic worlds. But what is 'the Authority', the shadowy organization that rescued Beche and his fellow survivors? How does it access other timelines? And why does it need these instruments of death? As Jerry struggles to obey his new masters, he begins to distrust his new companions.
  • Cover scan of A Handbook Of Scotland's Trees, Or, The Tree Planter's Guide To The Galaxy

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    A Handbook Of Scotland's Trees, Or, The Tree Planter's Guide To The Galaxy
    - Paperback - Saraband
    This concise yet comprehensive handbook covers trees commonly found in Scotland. From seed provenance and propagation to the history and lore of each species, it contains all the information you need to select the right trees for your site and grow them successfully.
  • Cover scan of Head Of State

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    Head Of State
    Andrew Marr - Hardback - Fourth Estate
    It's September 2017, and the United Kingdom is on the verge of a crucial referendum that will determine, once and for all, if the country remains a member of the European Union, or goes its own way. The stakes could not possibly be higher, and the outcome is delicately balanced. But, unsuspected by the electorate, and unknown to all but a handful of members of the Prime Minister's innermost circle, there is a shocking secret at the very heart of government that, were it to become known, would change everything in an instant.

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