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    The Land Agent
    J. David Simons - Hardback - Saraband
    'The Land Agent' follows the journey of a young Jew from Poland whose 1920s move to Palestine thrusts him into land and water disputes among Jews, Arabs, Zionists and others. It also brings him into contact with Celia, a Scottish Jew who has made her life on an idealistic kibbutz.
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    Lists Of Note
    Shaun Usher - Hardback - Canongate
    Humans have been making lists for even longer than they've been writing letters. They are the shorthand for what really matters to us: our hopes and aspirations; likes and dislikes; rules for living and loving; records of our memories and reminders of the things we want to do before we die. Just as he did with 'Letters of Note', Shaun Usher has trawled the world's archives to produce a rich visual anthology that stretches from ancient times to present day. From a to-do list of Leonardo da Vinci's to Charles Darwin on the pros and cons of marriage or Julia Child's list of possible titles for what would later become an American cooking bible, 'Lists of Note' is a constantly surprising A-Z of what makes us human.
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    £18.75
    Look Up London
    Adrian Searle - Hardback - Freight
    A coffee table book of London's world-class architectural detail, hidden in plain sight at the tops of the city's iconic buildings.
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    Lorraine Kelly's Scotland
    Lorraine Kelly - Hardback - Bantam Press
    From childhood family day trips to Loch Lomond, to her days as TV-am's roving correspondent, Lorraine Kelly has covered the length and breadth of Scotland. But certain special places tug at her heartstrings and lure her back time and time again. Travelling to the Highlands and islands and all her favourite places in between, this is Lorraine's personal journey around her beautiful and beguiling country. Each and every stop gives rise to fascinating stories and memories along the way, from her adopted home of Dundee to the wild and remote islands of St Kilda.
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    Lady Of The Loch: The Incredible Story Of Britain's Oldest Osprey
    Helen Armitage - Paperback - Constable
    Once extinct in Britain, the osprey has returned as a powerful symbol of hope. Their slow but sure resurgence has attracted huge public interest and support; that of one bird in particular, Lady, at 25, Britain's oldest breeding osprey, has tugged at the world's heartstrings. This is Lady's story.
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    The Lost Cyclist: The Untold Story Of Frank Lenz's Ill-Fated Around-The-World Journey
    David V. Herlihy - Hardback - Mainstream
    Including many rare and previously unpublished photos, 'The Lost Cyclist' recounts the short but remarkable life of Frank Lenz and the heroic efforts of another American globe girdler, William L. Sachtleben, who was sent by Outing magazine to unravel Lenz's mysterious death.
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    A Lie About My Father
    John Burnside - Paperback - Vintage
    This book presents a story about forgiving but not forgetting, about examining the way men are made & how they fall apart, about understanding that in order to have a good son you must have a good father. The author's honesty, thinking & images of beauty & fracture combine to create a moving memoir of two lost men: a father & his child.
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    The Last Galley: Impressions And Tales
    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - Paperback - House of Stratus
    The drama of events from the past is captured in this collection of short stories written by the creator of Sherlock Holmes.
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    The Lost World
    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - Paperback - House of Stratus
    A scientific expedition sets out to explore a plateau in South America that remains frozen in time from the days when prehistoric creatures roamed the Earth.
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    The Long Farewell
    Michael Innes - Paperback - House of Stratus
    Lewis was thought to have discovered a book annotated by the Bard - but there is no trace of it when Lewis apparently commits suicide. Appleby finds a mixed bag of suspects at the dead man's house.

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