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The Fish In The Bathtub
- Paperback - Barrington Stoke
Little Lucja's Grandpa Feliks has seen off the German army, and the Communists, and now he is looking forward to a long and peaceful retirement. He plans to begin with a tasty Christmas Eve dinner of carp. But when the carp arrives alive and takes up residence in the bathtub and Lucja's heart, has Grandpa Feliks finally met his match?
- Paperback - Stripes
Sophie's quest to discover the truth about her best friend's death takes her to a remote Scottish island and the home of a family with secrets to hide. If she can't unravel the mystery soon, her best friend won't be the only person who meets an early grave.
Fred A. Farrell: Glasgow's War Artist
- Paperback - I.B. Tauris
As a former soldier, Fred A. Farrell's sketches and watercolours of the Front powerfully offer a landscape filtered through personal experience and emotion. This book examines, for the first time, his unique and vivid records of war.
Fatty O'Leary's Dinner Party
- Hardback - Polygon
His loving wife Betty plans a trip to Ireland for his 40th birthday and almost immediately things go wrong. The seats in economy class on the plane are too small and Irish bathroom furniture is not as commodious as he'd have liked. And all the time Fatty must put up with the unthinking cruelty of strangers.
Fergie Rises: How Britain's Greatest Football Manager Was Made At Aberdeen
- Hardback - Aurum Press
Alex Ferguson was not the greatest manager football has ever seen when he turned up in Aberdeen one June morning in 1978. In fact he really wasn't anything special at all. 'Fergie Rises' is the story of a period that began when Ferguson was lucky to get Aberdeen, not the other way around. It is the story of an eight-year revolution in which he outgrew that club up in the northeast of Scotland - and left them devastated by his departure.
The Forth Bridges: Through Time
- Paperback - Amberley
Michael Meighan tells the story of the two Forth bridges, the predecessor of the rail bridge and the new Queensferry Crossing, which opens in 2016.
Fatal Rivalry, Flodden 1513: Henry VIII, James IV And The Battle For Renaissance Britain
- Paperback - Phoenix
In 'Fatal Rivalry' George Goodwin captures the vibrant Renaissance splendour of the royal courts of England and Scotland, with their wealth, innovation and artistic expression. He shows how two powers on one island forced themselves to war.
- Paperback - Gollancz
Lady Aileana Kameron, the only daughter of the Marquess of Douglas, was destined for a life carefully planned around Edinburgh's social events - right up until a faery killed her mother. Now it's the 1844 winter season and Aileana slaughters faeries in secret, in between the endless round of parties, tea and balls.
- Paperback - Abacus
Private investigator Jasmine Sharp's father was murdered before she was born, and her mother went to self-sacrificing lengths in order to shield her from the world in which he moved. Since her mother's death, all she has been able to learn is his first name - and that only through a strange bond she has forged with the man who killed him.
- Paperback - Luath Press
Ruth has lived at Netherburn, her home in the remote moors of Scotland, ever since she was a small child. It's a home with a history, and, having seen her own children grow up and move on, Ruth is trying to make sense of it all. From her Father's death, to her ex-husband leaving and her lack of contact with her sons. But she's not alone with her thoughts: her empty house has become lively once again as various people - with equally complicated pasts - come to lodge at Netherburn, and Ruth finds herself helping them through their pain; some of which won't stay in the past.
Last modified Friday 13 May 2011