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The Gruffalo's Child Sound Book
- NH - Macmillan Children's Books
The Gruffalo said that no gruffalo should ever set foot in the deep dark wood. But one wild and windy night, the Gruffalo's child ignores her father's warning and tiptoes out into the snow. After all, the Big Bad Mouse doesn't really exist - does he?
Ma, Jackser's Dyin Alone
- Paperback - Mainstream Publishing
I step in through the heavy doors of the old city hospital and plunge back in time. Jaysus, the sounds, smells, peeling paint! Nothing's changed here since I first used this place as a homeless sixteen year old. Now, the creep who put me there, somewhere down along these ancient passages he is lying shivering and shaking in a bed of pain. Well, he'd better be! Or by jaysus I will personally do the job meself.
Making It Happen: Fred Goodwin, RBS And The Men Who Blew Up The British Economy
- Hardback - Simon & Schuster
An explosive, controversial account of the collapse of RBS and the collapse of the British economy.
- Hardback - Tor
Megan has a mission. But must she sacrifice herself to save a world? Pilot Megan Jacinth has three goals, and they all seem unattainable. She must find her friend Bash, who she'd left for dead to save her own life. Then she needs Bash's unique skill-set to locate an ancient space-faring entity. Lastly she must use this wanderer's knowledge to save human-occupied worlds from an alien incursion. The odds seem impossible, but the threat is terrifyingly real. Megan finds Bash, but the person she'd known and loved is a husk of his former self.
The Return Of Sherlock Holmes
- Paperback - William Collins
Three years have passed since Sherlock Holmes and his nemesis Moriarty vanished into the abyss of the Reichenbach falls. In that time the criminals of London have been able to sleep safe in their beds. Now, with London in great need of a protector, Holmes makes his return.
Shades: The Short Life And Tragic Death Of Erich Schaedler
- Hardback - Black & White Publishing
Long before the deaths of Wales manager Gary Speed and Germany goalkeeper Robert Enke shocked football, the Scottish game was forced to deal with a numbing death of its own over Christmas 1985. International full-back Erich Schaedler, aged 36, was found dead in a Borders beauty spot, with a shotgun by his side and no suicide note or motive for taking his own life. A straightforward suicide? So it seemed at the time, but family and friends are not so sure, and to this day mystery surrounds his tragic death. For the first times, 'Shades' presents an intimate portrait of a man who died in the very prime of life.
Struth: The Story Of An Ibrox Legend
- Hardback - Black & White Publishing
Bill Struth was the most iconic and successful manager in the history of Rangers Football Club. Here, veteran sports journalist David Leggat profiles the life of the man who dominated Ibrox for 34 successful years.
Whisky Wars, Riots And Murder: Crime In The 19th Century Highlands And Islands
- Paperback - Black & White Publishing
Although the 19th-century elite looked on the Highlands and Islands as a sporting paradise, for the indigenous population it was a turbulent place. Rather than a rural idyll, the glens and moors were home to poachers and whisky smugglers, while the towns were always ready to explode into riot and disorder. Even the Hebridean seas had their dangers while the islands seethed with discontent. 'Whisky Wars, Riots and Murder' reveals the reality behind the facade of romantic tartan and vast estates.
The Hydrogen Sonata
- Paperback - Orbit
It is the end for the Gzilt. They've made the decision to follow the well-trodden path to Sublime, elevating themselves to a new rich and complex existence. Amidst preparations, though, High Command is destroyed. Lieutenant Commander (reserve) Vyr Cossont appears to have been involved and she is now wanted - dead, not alive.
The Lady And The Laird
- Paperback - Harlequin MIRA
Lady Lucy MacMorlan may have foresworn men and marriage, but that doesn't mean she won't agree to profit from writing love letters for her brother's friend, letters that become increasingly racy as her fame grows. Robert, the dashing Marquis of Methven, is on to Lucy's secret. And he certainly doesn't intend to let the lovely Miss MacMorlan have the last word, especially when her letters suggest she is considerably more experienced than he realized. But Lucy's knowledge is not based on past seductions. If she'll continue to write letters, she'll need to conduct some firsthand research. Robert has secrets of his own, but he is all too willing to aid a lady in need.
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