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How To Capture A Countess
- Paperback - Pocket
Seven years ago, Rose Balfour had to cut her first season in London short after pushing Lord Alton Sinclair into a fountain. She believes the past to be behind her, even when her godmother, the Duchess of Roxburghe, who is also Lord Sin's favourite aunt, invites Rose to her annual house party.
Henrick, Hairdryers And The Hand Of God: Extraordinary Tales From The Press Box
- Paperback - BackPage
Ever wondered what is it like to be on the receiving end of a Sir Alex Ferguson hairdryer? Or how Jean Marc Bosman reacted the exact moment he discovered he'd won his famous court case? 'Henrik, Hairdryers and the Hand of God' lifts the lid on British sports journalism. Leading sports writers such as Patrick Barclay, Graham Hunter, Tom English, Graham Spiers, Hugh Keevins, Gerry McNee, Davie Provan, Pat Nevin and dozens of others powerfully relate the real stories behind the headlines, laying bare the world of sportswriting and broadcasting in all its fascinating glory and infamy.
The Hibernian Miscellany
- Hardback - History
A book on the Hi-Bees like no other - packed with facts, stats, trivia, stories and legends. From a European Cup semi-final to near extinction (more than once), from beating Barcelona and Real Madrid to losing to Stranraer and Edinburgh City, it's all here.
A History Of Ancient Britain
- Paperback - Phoenix
This text presents a history of ancient Britain and the indelible marks which thousands of years of human civilization have made upon the landscape.
- 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'.
The Haunting Of Kulah: A Mesmerising Story Of Secrets And Dark Passions
- Paperback - MacLeod Trotter
1946. Far out in the Atlantic a boatload of men returning from war are shipwrecked within sight of their homes on the remote Scottish island of Kulah - and the wailing of the women could be heard across the sea on neighbouring Battersay. But the women are also hiding a shameful secret.
The Highway Rat
- Paperback - Alison Green
Life is not safe for the other animals, as the villainous Highway Rat gallops along the highway, stealing their food. Clover from a rabbit, nuts from a squirrel - he even steals his own horse's hay! But will he finally meet his comeuppance in the form of a cunning duck?
Hubris: How HBOS Wrecked The Best Bank In Britain
- Hardback - Birlinn
In 1995 Bank of Scotland celebrated 300 years as Britain's oldest commercial bank. Voted 'most admired bank', respected by competitors, applauded by investors and trusted by customers, it looked forward to the next 300. Less than 15 years later it was bust, reviled as part of the spectacular collapse of HBOS, the conglomerate it had joined. One of the high-profile victims of the credit crunch, its spectacular fall caused seismic shock waves throughout the financial world. What went wrong? Ray Perman, who has followed the Bank since the 1970s when he was a Financial Times journalist, has uncovered the story from documents and dozens of interviews with people at the top.
The Heart Broke In
- Hardback - Canongate
Bec Shepherd is a malaria researcher struggling to lead a good life. Ritchie, her reprobate brother, is a rock star turned TV producer. When Bec refuses an offer of marriage from a powerful newspaper editor and Ritchie's indiscretions catch up with him, brother and sister are forced to choose between loyalty and betrayal.
The Hat Trick
- Paperback - Barrington Stoke
Jud steps in as goalie at the local football team and it turns out to be an unforgettable experience, but his mother is very much against the game. This football story ends with a twist that is guaranteed to surprise everyone.
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