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- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Add to BasketModern Dundee: Life In The City Since World War Two
- Paperback - Breedon
Providing an account of the rich daily life of Dundee, the author recalls important events and individuals, offers keen insights into the processes of development and recovery and paints a graphic portrait of the modern city and its people.
- Add to BasketMacbeth
- Paperback - Wiley
This edition includes a brief synopsis of the play, a list of characters augmented by a visual character map for easy reference, and the complete Shakespearean play with the Shakespearean text on the left-hand page with a line-by-line modern English translation on the corresponding right-hand page.
- Add to BasketMy Father And Other Working-Class Football Heroes
- Paperback - Yellow Jersey
Stuart Imlach played football in the last days of the maximum wage, when footballers were at the mercy of their clubs and when the men who played the game and those who watched it led fundamentally the same lives in the same communities. His son recaptures that era, barely comprehensible 40 years on, and the way it changed.