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- Add to BasketThe Memoirs Of Sherlock Holmes
- Paperback - Headline Review
Holmes must face many wicked adversaries as he grapples with the crimes that beset London and afar. None are as deadly as Professor Moriarty, the only man who can, perhaps, defeat the great detective.
- Add to BasketMonty's Highlanders: 51st Highland Division In The Second World War
- Hardback - Pen & Sword Military
This volume focuses on the most famous infantry division that fought with the British Army in World War II, the 51st Highland Division.
- Add to BasketMackerel At Midnight: Growing Up Jewish On The Shetland Isles
- Paperback - Mercat
Ethel Hofman grew up in the only Jewish family on Shetland. This is the story of her family and childhood, and of the meeting of two diverse cultures in a unique landscape.
- Add to BasketMan, Interrupted: Welcome To The Bizarre World Of OCD, Where Once More Is Never Enough
- Paperback - Mainstream
'Man, Interrupted' is the true story of one man's experiences as a sufferer of severe Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, his obsessions, his disease and the long, slow process to an almost OCD-free life.
- Add to BasketMeditative Prayers For Today
- Hardback - Floris
- Paperback - Black & White
How much do Mancs hate Scousers? Well, there's not a lot you can compare it to, except of course how much Scousers hate Mancs.
- Add to BasketMary, Queen Of Scots
- Hardback - Evans
Mary became Queen of Scotland in 1542, when she was only a few days old. In 1587, she was beheaded, on the orders of Elizabeth 1 of England. This book helps readers to understand Mary's life & character. It aims to develop children's historical understanding & skills, with a Scottish focus within the 16th century.
- Add to Basket'My Little Town Of Cromarty': The History Of A Northern Scottish Town
- Hardback - Birlinn
This study considers Cromarty, a small town north of Inverness at the tip of the Black Isle peninsula, in the wider context of the northern Highlands and shed new light on the area's social and economic history.
- Add to BasketThe Making Of The Scottish Countryside
- Hardback - John Donald
Making use of the extensive plans holdings of the National Archives of Scotland to illustrate the great change on the face of the country, this selection from the 100,000 plans shows the value of these sources for many aspects of Scotland's past and to display snapshots of the landscape through three centuries of change.
- Add to BasketMary, Queen Of Scots And All That
- Paperback - Birlinn
Retelling the true story of Scotland's headless heroine, Mary, Queen of Scots, this title helps you learn to tell the difference between Mary's romantic reputation and her real life, find out why going to church gave the Queen of Scots a headache, and understand the difficult decisions Mary had to make.