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Tales From The Back Green
- Hardback - Hodder & Stoughton
Scots actor Bill Paterson was brought up in those halcyon days of post-war Britain when a child could still play happily and safely in his own back green and the streets beyond. In this book, he evokes his boyhood and youth in Glasgow's East End during the 1950s, full of intriguing characters and extraordinary events.
Totally Frank: The Frank McGarvey Story
- Hardback - Mainstream
Throughout his remarkable career and beyond, Frank McGarvey fought and, for the most part, lost a battle with gambling, which cost him his marriage, home and self-respect. In 'Totally Frank', McGarvey chronicles his many highs and lows, and reveals how he finally succeeded in overcoming his gambling addiction.
Three Dark Days
- Paperback - Acair
Written in English by a Gaelic speaker from Lewis, this first book is by a crofter and fisherman and relates compulsive episodes in his life.
Tales From An Island
- Paperback - Birlinn
In her memoirs, Christina Hall writes about her childhood on the Hebridean island of South Uist in the 1940s and '50s, her schooldays on the mainland, her time at teacher training college in Glasgow, and her return to South Uist as a primary school teacher.
Tears At Bedtime
- Paperback - Arrow
At just six years old Tom Wilson fell prey to a predator of the worst sort. David Murphy was supposed to be his carer, instead he lifted his victims from their beds in the dead of night, and Tom was powerless to stop it. This is the shocking true story of a stolen childhood.
Title Deeds: A Work Of Friction
- Paperback - Black Swan
Liza Campbell was the last child to be born at Cawdor Castle, the family seat of the Campbells, as featured in 'Macbeth'. This work tells the story of Liza's idyllic childhood. It is a contemporary fairy story that tells what it is like to grow up as a maiden in a castle where ancient curses and grisly past events were real.
- Paperback - Hambledon Continuum
Thomas Carlyle is an account of a major figure in Victorian literature and a unique commentator on nineteenth-century life.
Tikka Look At Me Now: Charan Gill
- Paperback - Black & White
Charan Gill arrived in Glasgow from Punjab in India at the age of nine with little understanding of Western culture. He began as an apprentice turner at a shipyard on the Clyde. He went on to found and head a multimillion-pound empire as 'Europe's Curry King'. This is his story.
Thatcher's Fortunes: The Life And Times Of Mark Thatcher
- Paperback - Mainstream
Just how has the son of the former Prime Minister made his fortune? This book aims to reveal that Margaret Thatcher was far more involved in helping her son enrich himself - and indirectly their family - while she was Prime Minister than was realised.
To Travel Hopefully: Journal Of A Death Not Foretold
- Paperback - Profile
When Christopher Rush's wife suddenly died, his world fell apart. He lost faith in everything and depression took hold. At last he decided to try and reclaim his life in the least expected of ways. He went to France, bought a donkey and followed the path of Robert Louis Stevenson a century before him.