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  • Cover scan of Elves
    Elves
    Graham McNeill - Paperback - Black Library
    In 'Defenders of Ulthuan' and 'Sons of Ellyrion', Ulthuan comes under attack from an alliance of the traitorous dark elves and chaos-corrupted Norscans. As the great heroes of the high elves rally their armies, the fate of the land lies in the hands of Eldain and Caelir, brothers separated by fate and treachery.
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    Edinburgh
    Roderick Martine - Paperback - APA Publications
    'Edinburgh' is a compact travel guide that combines snappy text with photography to highlight the very best that this lively city has to offer. The walks and tours section suggests various routes around the city to discover the key sights that you will not want to miss; from a wander around the historic scenery and bustling pubs of the Old Town and Edinburgh Castle, to the ancient buildings and spectacular views of the Palace of Holyroodhouse and Arthur's Seat.
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    An Exquisite Sense of What Is Beautiful
    J. David Simons - Paperback - Saraband
    Sir Edward Strathairn returns to the Japanese hotel where he wrote his renowned novel 'The Waterwheel', which accused America of being in denial about the Hiroshima bombing. But as we learn about Sir Edward's earlier life and his marriage to an American artist, we realise that he too may be in denial. And that past is now catching up with him.
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    Edinburgh Celebrity City Guide
    Joanne Soroka - Paperback - Crowood
    'Edinburgh Celebrity City Guide' details the lives of 100 of the city's most famous people, along with illustrations and maps of where they lived, worked or dallied. From the discovery of a reliable anaesthetic to the birthplace of Sean Connery, this book reveals the city's darkest secrets and its most colourful characters.
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    Edinburgh & Lothians
    Alan Murphy - Paperback - Footprint
    With detailed information on main sights plus many lesser-known attractions, 'Edinburgh & Lothians' provides concise, comprehensive coverage of Scotland's most beautiful and elegant city. Encompassing the medieval old town, the Georgian new town and the surrounding area, this guide will ensure that you make the most of your trip.
  • Cover scan of Empire And Co-Operation
    Empire And Co-Operation: How The British Empire Used Co-Operatives In Its Development Strategies, 1900-1970
    Rita Rhodes - Paperback - John Donald
  • Cover scan of The Eagle Of The Twelfth
    The Eagle Of The Twelfth
    Manda Scott - Paperback - Corgi
    They are known as the Legion of the Damned. Throughout the Roman Army, the Twelth Legion is notorious for its ill fortune. It faces the harshest of postings, the toughest of campaigns, the most vicious of opponents. For one young man, Demalion of Macedon, joining it will be a baptism of fire.
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    The Eagle Of The Twelfth
    Manda Scott - Paperback - Corgi Books
    They are known as the Legion of the Damned. Throughout the Roman Army, the Twelth Legion is notorious for its ill fortune. It faces the harshest of postings, the toughest of campaigns, the most vicious of opponents. For one young man, Demalion of Macedon, joining it will be a baptism of fire.
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    The Empty House
    Rosamunde Pilcher - Paperback - Hodder
    Virginia has a secret dream. To have a second chance at loving the Cornish farmer she once met. Now she has come back to Cornwall to rent a cottage for herself and her children, and to discover if this time she can fill an empty house with love.
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    The End Of Summer
    Rosamunde Pilcher - Paperback - Hodder
    Sitting on a California beach at summer's end, Jane Marsh thinks back to her childhood at the estate called Elvie in a remote corner of Scotland. She remembers not only the heather-covered hills and the lonesome loch, but her grandmother - and, of course, Sinclair.

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