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- Compact Disc - Hodder & Stoughton
These classic radio dramatisations of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's world famous sleuth have never been bettered. Ralph Richardson and John Gielguid are matchless as the genius detective and his faithful assistant, and the master recordings have been carefully restored to preserve every nuance of these broadcasts.
- Add to BasketThe Stornoway Way
- Paperback - Penguin
This novel chronicles the misadventure of an idiosyncratic young Scotsman cartwheeling further and further into a Hebridean hell, railing against the constraints of his extraordinary but vanishing island culture as well as Western civilisation in general.
- Add to BasketSymposium
- Paperback - Virago
Modelled on Plato's book, this book uses dialogue to reveal the mysteries of each guest at a north London dinner party. It reveals tales of the guests' pasts and futures.
- Add to BasketThree Bites Of The Cherry
- Paperback - Sphere
Georgie Mair's first husband dies tragically from leukaemia. Three years later love comes once more into her life in the form of Charlie Gunn, who saves her life after an explosion at her work. But as their relationship blossoms into marriage, Georgie gets the feeling that her second chance at true love is too good to be true.
- Add to BasketWeir's World
- Paperback - Steve Savage
Tom Weir is one of Scotland's best-known and best-loved figures, a world traveller who brings a tireless and charming enthusiasm to the promotion of Scotland's natural heritage.
- Add to BasketFriends, Lovers, Chocolate
- Compact Disc - Time Warner Audiobooks
Isabel Dalhousie thinks often of friends, sometimes of lovers, and on occasion of chocolate. But whilst this Edinburgh philosopher is certain of where she stands, her life is about to become a good deal more challenging, thanks to love, friendship and temptation.
- Add to BasketThe Hound Of The Baskervilles
- Paperback - Walker
It was Sir Charles's mysterious death in the grounds of Baskerville Hall that brought Sherlock Holmes to the scene of one of his most famous and intriguing cases.
- Paperback - Headline Review
When Nancy's husband gives her a shiny, red lawnmower for Christmas, she realises that time is just about up on her marriage. So her best friend Carmen persuades her to leave Edinburgh and come and stay in her London flat - and for single-again Nancy, there will be better things to do than mow the lawn.
- Add to BasketThere's An Awful Lot Of Bubbly In Brazil: The Life And Times Of A Bon Viveur
- Hardback - Highdown
This is the tale of a boy from the back streets of Glasgow who rose from being a fanatical Celtic fan to leading Scotland's World Cup attack with Kenny Dalglish. It is also the tale of a bon viveur, a 'champagne charlie' who lives life to the full.
- Add to BasketCharlie Cook's Favourite Book
- Paperback - Macmillan Children's
Lose yourself in the adventures that unfold as Charlie discovers the hidden worlds in everyone's favourite books. From pirates to aliens to ghosts, there's something for everyone in Charlie's amazing books!