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  • Cover scan of Asterix The Gallus

    £6.79
    Asterix The Gallus
    Goscinny - Paperback - Itchy Coo
    Those gallus Gauls and glaikit Romans are at it again. After the groundbreaking success of the first Scots Asterix translation, 'Asterix and the Pechts', Matthew Fitt is going back to the very first Asterix adventure.
  • Cover scan of Fiona The Doctor
    Fiona The Doctor
    Mairi McLellan - Paperback - Matador
    Based in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland, the series aims to teach children aged 5-10 years about different jobs. By writing through the eyes of the children, the tone is kept chatty and light-hearted as three local children meet real workers who explain their jobs.
  • Cover scan of An Hour In The Darkness
    An Hour In The Darkness
    Michael Bailey - Paperback - Matador
    When Franklin bangs his head, his grasp on reality is compromised. He is increasingly losing touch with reality, and as his life spirals further out of control his behaviour becomes ever more erratic, culminating in his touching, frightening and often comical attempts to win the affections of market-girl Ronnie.
  • Cover scan of Lost Edinburgh In Colour

    £13.59
    Lost Edinburgh In Colour
    Liz Hanson - Paperback - Amberley
    A wonderful collection of rare and previously unpublished images of Edinburgh a century ago, presented in full colour.
  • Cover scan of Macbeth

    £28.00
    Macbeth: New Critical Essays
    - Paperback - Routledge
    Part of the 'Shakespeare Criticism' series, this book gathers criticism, key contemporary interpretations and reviews of the most influential productions of 'Macbeth'.
  • Cover scan of Mad Worlds

    £7.64
    Mad Worlds: A Tale Of Despair And Hope In 1950s England
    Bill Douglas - Paperback - Matador
    'Mad Worlds' is a novel set in an era when England still operated under harsh, stigmatising Victorian legislation in the field of mental health. Readers are invited to eavesdrop on realistic scenarios, both within and outside a mental asylum of the 1950s.
  • Cover scan of Murder On The Second Tee
    Murder On The Second Tee
    Ian Simpson - Paperback - Matador
    The directors of the niche Bucephalus Bank are meeting in a St Andrews hotel. One of them is found dead on the golf course. It is Flick Fortune's first case as a detective inspector. As she struggles to uncover the murderer behind the bank's respectable facade, she receives unexpected help from Detective Sergeant Bagawath Chandavarkar (Baggo), who is investigating a multi-million pound money laundering scam. Another murder follows and Flick's old boss and tormentor, ex-Inspector No, makes an unwelcome intrusion before the truth is revealed.
  • Cover scan of Newton Mearns Through Time
    Newton Mearns Through Time
    Graeme Smith - Paperback - Amberley
    This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Newton Mearns has changed and developed over the last century.
  • Cover scan of Oor Wullie

    £5.09
    Oor Wullie: His Secret Capers Are Finally Oot!
    - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    Over the years, PC Joe Murdoch, Auchenshoogle's long-suffering local bobby, has borne the brunt of Oor Wullie's escapades. But while the spiky-haired laddie and his pals Wee Eck, Fat Boab, and Soapy Soutar have been giving poor PC Murdoch the runaround, he has collected their most ingenious escapades and playful pranks in his police notepad! Take a keek inside 'Oor Wullie's Secret Capers' for an uproarious look at Oor Wullie's most famous japes, from the 'cartie grand prix' to the 'mouse-napping' of wee Jeemy. Perfect for all the family, this is sure to put a smile on the face of every fan of Scotland's favourite son.
  • Cover scan of Richard The Vet
    Richard The Vet
    Mairi McLellan - Paperback - Matador
    Based in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland, the series aims to teach children aged 5-10 years about different jobs. By writing through the eyes of the children, the tone is kept chatty and light-hearted as three local children meet real workers who explain their jobs.

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