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Exploring Scotland's Nature
- Hardback - Doodlemacdoodle
This text contains 35 double page spreads featuring an amusing and informative 100 word description of a natural phenomenon, an amazing place or piece of history and a full colour illustration.
- Hardback - BBC
It starts with a series of unexplained events. Earth tremors across the globe. People being driven out of their mind. The world needs Torchwood. Captain Jack has tracked down the problem to its source, a village in Peru, where he uncovers alien involvement.
- Paperback - Cargo
This is a collection of short stories by some of the best known writers in the world in which 'here' is explored through experiences of 'elsewhere'.
- Paperback - Canvas
Stunningly beautiful, the dazzling Delilah has had plenty of marriage proposals but having once been spurned by Sir Charles Digby, the only man she has ever loved, she is now a hardened heartbreaker who toys with all her suitors. And so it is up to the eccentric Tribble sisters to teach her the meaning of true love again.
- Paperback - Luath
A poetry collection by John Hudson that focuses on the ways in which our lives find meaning in the context of the natural world.
The East Highland Way
- Paperback - Luath
This is a highly detailed walking guide to an all new long distance route through the stunning Scottish Highlands. It is a must-read for anyone who has walked the West Highland Way and anyone else with an interest in walking, historical landmarks, wildlife and Scotland in general.
Empire Of Crime: Organised Crime In The British Empire
- Paperback - Mainstream
In 1908, British reformers banned the export of Indian opium to China. As a result, the world price of opium soared and a century of lucrative drug smuggling began. Criminal producers in other countries exploited the prohibition and gang wars broke out. This book introduces the reader to a collection of heroes and villains.
Extra Time: My Autobiography
- Paperback - Hodder
David Weir had a lot to celebrate in 2010: a second successive Scottish Premier League title as captain of Rangers, and his 40th birthday. Weir's is a tale of triumph on the pitch but also victory, in a wider sense, over the idea that all top-level footballers are finished in their mid-30s.
The Enchanted Riddle
- Paperback - Strident
13-year-old Daphne, spunky and imaginative, has grown up in a London orphanage dreaming she will someday learn the identity of her parents and become a prima ballerina. When a mysterious package arrives with a pair of stockings and a book inscribed with a riddle, her journey to the truth begins.
Ethnographies Of Islam: Ritual Performances And Everyday Practices
- Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
Explores the impact of the ethnographic method on the representation of Islam in anthropology.
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