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  • Cover scan of After Elizabeth
    After Elizabeth: The Death Of Elizabeth And The Coming Of King James
    Leanda De Lisle - Paperback - Harper Perennial
    Leanda De Lisle provides a history of the succession of James I of England, and the shifting power and lethal politics that brought him to the throne.
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    Anatomy Acts: A Scottish Journey Through The Body
    - Paperback - Birlinn
    Exploring the social, cultural, and scientific significance of anatomy in Scotland, this book describes the high points of Renaissance, Enlightenment, and 19th-century enquiry, alongside the medical imaging techniques.
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    Andy Murray: The Story So Far
    Rob Robertson; Eleanor Preston - Paperback - Mainstream
    At Wimbledon 2005, a new star burst onto the international tennis scene. Andy Murray, the 18-year-old wild card from the small town of Dunblane in Scotland, confounded all expectations. Rob Robertson and Eleanor Preston follow Andy Murray's remarkable rise in the world of tennis.
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    Backpacker's Britain
    Graham Uney - Paperback - Cicerone
    Graham Uney describes 30 multi-day backpacking routes, taking you along rugged coastlines from the Shetland Islands to the Rough Bounds of Knoydart, and across mountain ridges from the northern tip of Skye to the great trench of Glen Affric.
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    The Cowgirl Aunt Of Harriet Bean
    Alexander McCall Smith - Paperback - Bloomsbury
    Harriet's invited to accompany her aunts, Thessalonika and Japonica to America, who are on their way to see Aunt Formica. Aunt Formica is a cowgirl, and the reason for their visit is to help her catch some rustlers that have been stealing cattle from her ranch.
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    The Five Lost Aunts Of Harriet Bean
    Alexander McCall Smith - Paperback - Bloomsbury
    When Harriet Bean discovers, at the age of nine, that she has five aunts, she's astonished. There's just one problem - she doesn't know where any of them are. But she's determined to find out.
  • Cover scan of Harriet Bean And The League Of Cheats
    Harriet Bean And The League Of Cheats
    Alexander McCall Smith - Paperback - Bloomsbury
    Harriet is invited to help her detective aunts, Thessalonika and Japonica, investigate serious cheating in the world of horse racing. Initially excited by this prospect, Harriet quickly begins to regret getting involved. Will Harriet overcome her fears and find out who is causing Mr Fetlock's horses to lose all their races?
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    Kelsae: A History Of Kelso From Earliest Times
    Alistair Moffat - Paperback - Birlinn
    A definitive local history, where street corners and even individual cobblestones rate a mention, 'Kelsae' is a comprehensive yet affectionate history. Beginning with the foundation of Scotland's greatest medieval abbey in 1128, it goes on to reconstruct from documents the lost burgh of Scotland, Roxburgh.
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    On The Atlantic Edge
    Kenneth White - Paperback - Sandstone
    The 'Sandstone Highliner' series follows and prolongs the high line of world culture as viewed by its director, Kenneth White, one of the liveliest and most comprehensive minds working in Europe today.
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    Rosslyn And The Grail
    Mark Oxbrow; Ian Robertson - Paperback - Mainstream
    The secrets of Scotland's Rosslyn Chapel have remained hidden for hundreds of years. After a decade of extensive research, two Scottish historians have pieced together the real story of Rosslyn and reveal all in this book.

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