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    Andy Murray
    Clive Gifford - Hardback - Wayland
    Each book in this series is an individual biography of a person who is remarkable for their achievements and contribution to their time and industry.
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    £8.50
    Sean The Actor
    Mairi McLellan - Paperback - Matador
    'Sean the Actor' is based on life in the north-west Highlands of Scotland, in a village called Badaneel, and follows three local girls as they investigate the world of grown-up jobs.
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    Sicily And Scotland: Where Extremes Meet
    - Paperback - Troubador
    What can two countries at the edge of Europe with very different histories, people and climates have in common? When brought together as they are in this book, probably for the first time, Sicily and Scotland prove to have some surprising similarities as well as more predictable differences.
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    This Room Is Waiting: Poems From Iraq And Scotland
    - Paperback - Freight
    Four award-winning Scottish poets come together with four Iraqi poets to create an unforgettable anthology that sheds new light on real lives in contemporary post-war Iraq.
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    With A Hey Ho The Wind And The Rain ..: A Personal Memoir Of The Scottish Highlands
    Maggie Shields - Paperback - Matador
    'With a Hey Ho the Wind and the Rain ...' is a memoir that is written from heartfelt experience. Why would a young couple leave a comfortable urban life for the rigours of an isolated existence in the Scottish Highlands? What did they discover as they faced daunting physical challenges in a world of rock and water? And how did their encounters with the few scattered neighbours open their lives to a richness of friendship and support without which survival would have been impossible? In this memoir, Maggie Shields attempts to answer some of these questions as she and her husband tell of those years of adventure and personal discovery. This was truly a journey of discovery!
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    To Love A Highlander
    Sue-Ellen Welfonder - Paperback - Grand Central Publishing
    As one of the bastards born to the Stirling court, Sorley the Hawk has never known his mother or father. It's a burning quest he has devoted himself to uncovering at any cost. But as a roguish warrior who serves at the pleasure of the King, his prowess - both on the battlefield and in his bedchamber - is legendary. So when a flame-haired Highland lass sneaks into his quarters with a tantalising proposition, he can't resist taking her up on her offer.
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    The 39 Steps
    Pauline Francis - Paperback - ReadZone
    This title is part of 'Express Classics' offering a quick way into a range of exciting stories. Fast-moving and accessible, each story is a shortened, dramatically illustrated version of the classic novel, which loses none of the strength and flavour of the original.
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    9/11 And The Literature Of Terror
    Martin Randall - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    This title explores the fiction, poetry, theatre, and cinema that have represented the 9/11 attacks. Works by Martin Amis, Ian McEwan, Don DeLillo, Simon Armitage and Mohsin Hamid are discussed in relation to the specific problems of writing about such a visually spectacular 'event' that has had enormous global implications.
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    Agamben And Politics: A Critical Introduction
    Sergei Prozorov - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    Agamben's commentators and critics tend to focus on his powerful critique of the Western political tradition in the 'Homo Sacer' series. But this narrow focus serves to obscure the overall structure of Agamben's political thought, which is neither negative nor critical but affirmative. Sergei Prozorov brings out the affirmative mood of Agamben's political thought, focusing on the concept of inoperativity, which has been central to Agamben's work from his earliest writings.
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    Agamben And Politics: A Critical Introduction
    Sergei Prozorov - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    Agamben's commentators and critics tend to focus on his powerful critique of the Western political tradition in the 'Homo Sacer' series. But this narrow focus serves to obscure the overall structure of Agamben's political thought, which is neither negative nor critical but affirmative. Sergei Prozorov brings out the affirmative mood of Agamben's political thought, focusing on the concept of inoperativity, which has been central to Agamben's work from his earliest writings.

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