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  • Cover scan of Dive Truk Lagoon

    £30.00
    Dive Truk Lagoon
    Rod Macdonald - Paperback - Whittles
    A guide to Truk Lagoon, the greatest diving location in the world.
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    Dundee And The Empire: 'Juteopolis', 1850-1939
    Jim Tomlinson - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    Jim Tomlinson looks at Dundee as a globalised and globalising city in the early 20th century.
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    £7.99
    Eden Seed
    Damian Peck - Paperback - Gallus
    A young pharmaceutical executive unwittingly discovers one of the most powerful drugs of all time. Far from perfect, he is forced to face up to his failings and is soon drawn into a battle between rival companies and an ancient religious sect called the seraphim. A bloody scar is torn over Europe and North Africa. Matt Malcolm tries to save his family and unlock the ancient, biblical secret of immortality.
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    Festival In Prior's Ford
    Evelyn Hood - Paperback - Severn House Paperbacks
    Tricia Borland is failing to bond with her baby. Lewis Ralston-Kerr and his fiancée Ginny are horrified by Ginny's mother's determination to disregard their desire for a small village wedding and organise a large society affair. And the Prior's Ford Progress Committee have decided that the traditional summer festival needs pepping up this year.
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    Finished Business
    David Wishart - Hardback - Crème de la Crime
    November, AD 40. When a wealthy consul's wife asks Corvinus to investigate the death of her uncle, killed by a block of falling masonry during renovations on his estate in the Vatican Hills, a spectical Corvinus is inclined to agree with the general verdict of accidental death. But his investigations reveal clear evidence of foul play, as well as unearthing several skeletons among the closets of this well-to-do but highly dysfuncational family. Who could have wanted Lucius Surdinus dead?
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    The Forth Bridges: Through Time
    Michael Meighan - Paperback - Amberley
    Michael Meighan tells the story of the two Forth bridges, the predecessor of the rail bridge and the new Queensferry Crossing, which opens in 2016.
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    £60.00
    From Empire To The World: Migrant London And Paris In The Cinema
    Malini Guha - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    Drawing upon examples from contemporary British and French cinema, including the work of Michael Haneke, Claire Denis, Horace Ové and Stephen Frears, this book takes the reader on a journey through the sights and sounds of 'migrant' London and Paris, providing entirely new ways of visualising and conceptualising the cities we think we already know.
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    Ghost Soldier: WW1 Story
    Theresa Breslin - Hardback - Doubleday Children's
    When Rob and Millie's father goes missing in action while serving at the front during the First World War, the children desperately search the hospital trains returning to Edinburgh with the wounded. But there's no sign of him. While hiding their puppy in the nearby woods in order to stop him being sent to the front, Rob and Millie come across a building full of doctors treating soldiers with shellshock and other nervous disorders - but overhear a conversation that suggests this could be a mask for altogether more nefarious activity. What is really going on at the hospital? Who is the ghostly figure the children spy looking out of one of the top windows? And will their beloved father ever return to them alive?
  • Cover scan of Gilbert Simondon's 'Psychic And Collective Individuation'

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    Gilbert Simondon's 'Psychic And Collective Individuation': A Critical Introduction And Guide
    David Scott - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    This critical commentary on Simondon's seminal work unpacks its rich potential for students and scholars.
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    £75.00
    Gilbert Simondon's 'Psychic And Collective Individuation': A Critical Introduction And Guide
    David Scott - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    This critical commentary on Simondon's seminal work unpacks its rich potential for students and scholars.

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