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- Add to BasketIn The Highlander's Bed
- Paperback - Avon
Gordon Lachlan, Laird McKenna, has one duty and that is to his people. Beaten down by the English, there is only one way he can regain his honour & his people's pride - recover the Sword of McKenna from his former hostage, the Duke of Colster.
- Add to BasketIf You Deceive
- Paperback - Pocket
Ethan MacCarrick, the eldest and most wicked of the MacCarrick brothers, tricks lovely and innocent Madeleine van Rowen into thinking he's eloping with her. Instead, he takes her to his wind-tossed, seaside estate in the Highlands, where he plans to seduce her and make her his mistress until he tires of her.
- Add to BasketInnovative Production Machines And Systems: Third I*PROMS Virtual Conference, 2nd-13th July 2007
- Hbk. + CD - Whittles
This collection of over 100 papers is a focal point for access to information from researchers and industrial practitioners in the field of intelligent systems and soft computing techniques and their application in diverse areas within manufacturing.
- Add to BasketIn The Shadow Of Papillon: Seven Years Of Hell In Venezuela's Prison System
- Paperback - Mainstream
Following the collapse of his business and the loss of his home, Frank Kane made a catastrophic decision. In desperation, he agreed to smuggle some cocaine out of Venezuela, but he and his girlfriend were caught. The price they paid was a ten-year sentence in the the overcrowded Venezuelan prison system. This is Frank's story.
- Add to BasketThe Wealth Of Nations
- Hardback - Harriman House
Adam Smith's classical economic treatise examines the division of labour as the key to economic growth by ensuring the interdependence of individuals within society. He also covers the origins of money, the importance of wages, profit, rent and stocks.
- Paperback - Hodder
The surprise suicide of a young man with apparently everything to live for, prompts his family to ask Marcus Corvinus to investigate. All they really want is an explanation. But Marcus's sleuthing uncovers many contradictory elements in the tale, and he is forced to conclude that this wasn't suicide, but murder.
- Add to BasketI Crossed The Minch
- Paperback - Polygon
Louis MacNeice and his wife Nancy visited the Hebrides in 1937. Following loosely in the footsteps of Johnson and Boswell, MacNeice describes with distinctive candour the people, customs and landscapes of the Hebrides.
- Add to BasketIdeas That Shaped The World: An Introduction To The John Murray Archive
- Paperback - National Library of Scotland
'Ideas that Shaped the World' offers a glimpse into the political, social and intellectual life of the John Murray publishing firm's heyday, via the correspondence between authors and publisher.
- Add to BasketI Know What You Did Last Wednesday
- Paperback - Walker
When Tim and his brother, Nick, are invited to a school reunion on a remote Scottish island, they should be pleased. But Nick's got a bad feeling and it's not indigestion.
- Paperback - VSP
Bryan Gunn played for Aberdeen, Norwich, Hibs and Scotland before retiring from football in 1999. In this book, he recalls the triumphs of his career - such as Norwich's remarkable European run in season 1993/94 - as well as the personal tragedy of the death of his young daughter Francesca.