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    Gorbals Diehards: A Wild Sixties Childhood
    Colin MacFarlane - Paperback - Mainstream
    During the 1960s Glasgow boy Colin MacFarlane had a gang: the Incredible Gorbals Diehards. These were young boys trying to survive in one of the world's toughest areas, the infamous slums of Glasgow. Here, MacFarlane reveals what it was like to grow up on the streets in the Gorbals during this period.
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    Jimmy Irish: Undercover And Alone Against The Mafia - A True Story
    Norman MacDonald - Paperback - Mainstream
    This is the true story of one mans fearless courage whilst working undercover to infiltrate the Mafia. On behalf of every law-abiding American, Jimmy Mullan put his own life on the line as every day and night he rubbed shoulders with the Mobs drug dealers, killers, extortionists, thieves and loan sharks.
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    Leading From The Front: My Story
    Gerald Ronson - Paperback - Mainstream
    Gerald Ronson reveals how he fought his way to the top of the business ladder, lost everything twice, then clawed his way back up again.
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    Robert Craufurd: Wellington's Wayward Martinet
    Ian Fletcher - Hardback - Pen & Sword Military
    To most students of the Peninsular War the name Robert Craufurd usually evokes images of a battle-hardened martinet, flogging his men across Portugal and Spain, driving them hard. However, it is only half of the picture of this most complex character and it is the other half that has never before been revealed.
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    Tommy's Peace: A Family Diary, 1919-33
    Thomas Cairns Livingstone - Paperback - Mainstream
    Thomas Cairns Livingstone began to note his day-to-day experiences in 1913 and continued faithfully for the next 30 years. With each witty and well-observed entry, he recorded events at home and abroad through times of war and peace, joy and sadness. In this follow-up to 'Tommy's War', the focus is on the post-war years.
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    In The All Night Café
    Stuart David - Hardback - Little, Brown and Company
    Belle & Sebastian have been making critically-acclaimed music since 1996. They have played hundreds of gigs, won a Brit Award, and their music has been featured in films such as 'High Fidelity' and 'Juno', and their unsettling, often surreal songs, delicate melodies and alternative approach to pop stardom has earned them armies of fans all over the world. 'In the All Night Café' is founder member Stuart David's charming and evocative account of the band's early history.
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    I'll No Tell You Again: My Autobiography
    Tony Roper - Hardback - Black & White Publishing
    Tony Roper is one of Scotland's most recognisable faces. Best known for playing Jamesie Cotter in 'Rab C. Nesbitt', he is also famed for appearing in much-loved Scottish comedies 'Scotch & Wry' and 'Naked Video', as well as for writing the classic comedy-drama 'The Steamie'. Now, in this autobiography, he tells his life story.
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    The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC
    Jesse Fink - Hardback - Black & White Publishing
    With sales of over 200 million albums, AC/DC is not just the biggest rock band in the world, it's a family business bult by three brothers: George, Malcolm, and Angus Young. As with any business, some people prospered while others got hurt along the way. This book is unlike any AC/DC book you've read before. Less a biography, more a critical appreciation, it tells the story of the trio through 11 classic songs and reveals some of the personal and creative secrets that went into their making.
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    A Final Grain Of Truth
    Jack Webster - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    The final instalment of revered journalist Jack Webster's highly acclaimed autobiography which looks back at an eventful life and career, detailing experiences that shaped his life as well as the many people he has encountered along the way - from some of the greatest celebrities of our time to ordinary people with extraordinary stories to tell.
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    The Good Soldier: The Biography Of Douglas Haig
    Gary Mead - Paperback - Atlantic Books
    Rather than vilify Haig as a donkey who sent lions to the slaughter, this book demonstrates that Haig was very much the product of late Victorian Britain and its army. It looks at his early life and army career as well as covering the First World War and Haig's work on behalf of ex-servicemen's organizations.

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