Including Music, Song, Folklore, and Sports Books from the Highlands of Scotland
Camanachd!: The Story Of Shinty - - Paperback
Introduced to the north-west of Scotland some 1500 years ago, the game of shinty has been part of Highland life ever since. This book traces the origins and history of the sport, right up to the 'modern' era of sponsorship, national press attention and TV coverage.
Confessions Of A Highland Hero - - Paperback
Set for fame & stardom with Manchester United in the 1970s, Steve Paterson descended into a world of gambling & alcohol addiction. Despite all this he became a successful football manager, before succumbing to his demons once again. In November 2008 he turned his life around & is now working as a social worker. This is his story.
Fingal's Cave, The Poems Of Ossian, And Celtic Christianity - - Hardback
Fingal's Cave has long been a source of mystery, spiritual insight and artistic inspiration. Paul and Joan Allen explore the meaning of Fingal's initiation rite, the development of Celtic culture and customs and its influence into modern times.
Meditations From The Iona Community - - Paperback
As a contribution towards the marking of its sixtieth anniversary in 1998, the Community has decided to publish a collection of meditations by one of its former leaders, Ian Reid.
Ross County: From Highland League To Hampden - - Hardback
Frank Gilfeather charts Ross County's Scottish Cup run of 2009-10, an inspiring account of one of the minnows of Scottish football overcoming the odds in their chase for glory at Hampden Park. Gilfeather also traces the fans' experiences, gathering photographs and anecdotes from the Ross County faithful.
Tales Of Loch Ness - - Paperback
Nessie is certainly the most famous myth surrounding Loch Ness but she is not the only one. Find out more about this magical place with stories, myths and legends to delight and entertain.
Winter Barley - - Paperback
'Winter Barley' is a collection of poetry by Caithness poet, George Dunn, including 'Rune Stations', 'Seeking Angels', 'The Key', 'Hill Burning', and 'Monkey Ode'.
Last modified Wednesday 19 January 2011