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    Steam Hammer
    Fnic - Paperback - Sloth Comics
    'Steam Hammer' is a grayscale graphic novel by British comic artist Charles Cutting in world which can only be described as raw steampunk. Following the mission of a Scottish squad to rid the country of a USA invasion having occurred after the War of Independence, this extremely violent adventure is modelled on a world where steam is the main power source and Britain has become a colony of the newly formed United States.
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    The Two Roberts: Robert Colquhoun And Robert MacBryde
    Roger Bristow - Paperback - National Galleries of Scotland
    The 'Two Roberts': Robert Colquhoun (1914-1962) and Robert MacBryde (1913-1966), were two of the most important and celebrated Scottish artists of the twentieth century. This catalogue with over 90 illustrations accompanies the only show to ever exhibit both artists together. The authors refer to previously unpublished letters and explore the 'Two Roberts' individual art practice as well as works the two executed together.
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    The 'Wonders Of Creation': A Study Of The Ilkhanid 'London Qazwini'
    Stefano Carboni - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    The 'Edinburgh Studies in Islamic Art' series gives readers easy access to the most up-to-date research across the whole range of Islamic art. Each closely focused study opens wide horizons.
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    Blossom: What Scotland Needs To Flourish
    Lesley Riddoch - Paperback - Luath Press
    Covering topics including housing, health, language and culture, Riddoch looks at the way in which Scots identify themselves and how this needs to change in order for the country to blossom.
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    Have Faith!
    Ian Davidson - Paperback - Clarinda
    You may worry that you'll never know enough to see you safely through this world. But there is wisdom enough to see you through this world and into the next, if you choose to reach out and grasp it. This book introduces you to a greater book and its author, a guidebook to an eternity that can be yours, if only you ... have faith!
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    Highland Knight
    Hannah Howell - Paperback - Zebra
    'Highland Knight' is a tale of revenge and desire in 15th century Scotland, where a proud knight seeking retribution falls in love with his beautiful hostage.
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    How David Cameron Saved Scotland
    Owen Dudley Edwards - Paperback - Luath Press
    David Cameron was Prime Minister throughout the campaign for Scottish independence. People thought if the Scots voted 'yes' for independence that he may lose his job. But Scotland voted 'no', so where does that leave him? As leader of the unionist campaign, it is sensible to ask ourselves how he won the victory. One method might be to write and ask Mr Cameron how he did it. But, as Prime Minister, he may be too busy to reply, so Owen Dudley Edwards has helpfully written to inform Mr Cameron how he did it, sometimes telling him things he may not know or has only dimly guessed.
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    Police Courts In Nineteenth-Century Scotland
    David G. Barrie - Hardback - Ashgate
    Volume 2 of this two-volume companion study into the administration, experience, impact and representation of summary justice in Scotland explores the role of police courts in moulding cultural ideas, social behaviours and urban environments in the 19th century.
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    Solway Country: Land, Life And Livelihood In A Trans-Border Region
    Allen J. Scott - Hardback - Cambridge Scholars Publishing
    The Solway Country - the lands surrounding the inner Solway Firth - constitutes one of the many small regional worlds of the British Isles that are remarkable for the ways in which their landscapes evoke a powerful sense of territorial identity rooted not only in their physical appeal, but also in the richness and distinctiveness of their human history and geography. This book captures the spirit and substance of the Solway Country's allure by means of a series of layered narratives dealing with its natural milieu, its past social and political turmoil, its changing forms of rural and agrarian life, and its responses to the industrial and urban forces that were unleashed in Britain after the 18th century.
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    Grindhouse: Doors Open At Midnight
    Alex De Campi - Paperback - Dark Horse Books
    Back for more, eh? We knew you couldn't stay away! Line on up for a sick and twisted double feature! First, in 'Bride of Blood', Branwyn's wedding is marked by atrocity beyond comprehension. With everything she's ever loved destroyed by reavers, all she has left is revenge! Then it's 'Flesh Feast of the Devil Doll'! When a Puritan-era demon returns to her old stomping grounds to seduce and kill once more, the Camp Oneida hockey girls step up and make with the high-sticking! Don't miss a lick of the thrills, starting at midnight!

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