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- Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
Ranging across fiction, poetry, drama, the essay and life writing from the late 18th century to the present day, Jennifer Terry questions what has constituted and might constitute 'African American Literature'.
- Hardback - Handspring
The healing arts involve a complex range of skills which each practitioner draws together in a unique way. These skills, attitudes and perspectives complement the scientific basis underpinning each discipline to create the wisdom and artistry of any therapeutic approach. This title examines and explores both the art and the science of osteopathy through the eyes and approach of a devoted teacher and practitioner.
- Paperback - W. Green
Robert Shiels takes on the task of reinforcing the principles of the case of Anderson v HM Advocate in 1996, prior to which there were no grounds for appeal due to defective respresentation.
- Add to BasketDarkest Before The Dawn
- Hardback - Robert Hale
Joe Lennox becomes bitter and deranged and blames Billy Caraford when his son is killed in a car accident, but Billy has lost his best friend and is badly injured himself. Despite the misgivings of his parents, he is still determined to be a farmer. He summons his courage to go to university, but privately he regards himself as a cripple. Kimberley is orphaned when her father dies and she moves to Scotland with her aunt. As she grows into a lovely young woman, Kim finds the strength to confront problems and fight for the life she craves.
- Paperback - Severn House Paperbacks
A note that is discovered hidden in a wall cavity of a London hotel leads Detective Inspector Harry Vicary and his team to a burial site containing the charred bones of two men. Their investigation into this startling find quickly leads them into a dark and brutal world.
- Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
This text contends that the haptic sense - combining touch, kinaesthesis and proprioception - was first fully conceptualised and explored in the modernist period, in response to radical new bodily experiences brought about by scientific, technological and psychological change.
- Hardback - Palgrave Macmillan
Treating David Hume as a partner in a continuing philosophical dialogue, this book tries to come to terms with Hume's influential thoughts on scepticism and naturalism in a way that sheds light on contemporary philosophy and its relationship to science.
- Hardback - W. Green
This is a reference title publishing in the Scottish Universities Law Institute Series covering the Law of Agency in Scotland. This is an authoritative voice on this subject, offering insight for litigators and those drafting commercial agreements.
- Paperback - Hodder Gibson
One of a three-book series, this title offers detailed, comprehensive and rigorous coverage of the physical environment elements in National 4 and 5 Geography.
- Paperback - Hodder Gibson
This volume contains authentic materials for SQA examination practice, written by expert examiners, with detailed marking schemes and tips on gaining top marks.