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The Magic Of Shetland Lace Knitting
- Paperback - Search Press
'The Magic of Shetland Lace' is designed to take the novice knitter from their first 'yarn over' step-by-step to complex every-row lace knitting.
Masha And The Bear: A Story From Russia
- Paperback - Barefoot Books
When young Masha ventures out into the forest to pick berries to feed her family, she gets lost. A friendly bear finds her and welcomes her into his home. Masha is grateful for his help, but the bear wants her to stay there forever to cook and clean for him. Will Masha be able to ever get back to her family?
The Makers Of Scotland: Picts, Romans, Gaels And Vikings
- Paperback - Birlinn
In this book the remarkable story of how ancient North Britain became the medieval kingdom of Scotland is told.
- Paperback - St. Martin's Paperbacks
Laura Black knows her boss is a man of many secrets - hauntedby some unknowable force, driven by some unspeakable destiny - and yet it makes her crave the devilishly handsome, charming Charon all the more. When she uncovers a betrayal that will send her into a world of magic, she turns to the only one she trusts: Charon. Even when she's in jeopardy of losing her heart.
The Missing Shade Of Blue
- Paperback - Abacus
When translator Edgar Logan arrives from his home in Paris to work in Edinburgh he anticipates a period of enlightenment and calm. But with a chance meeting with the philosopher Harry Sanderson and his captivating artist wife, Edgar's meticulously circumscribed life is suddenly propelled into drama and crisis.
My Year Of Meat
- Paperback - Canongate
'My Year of Meats' tells the story of a parallel year in the lives of two women at opposite ends of the Earth, who are brought together in a strange convergence of global politics, meat, television and personal crisis.
Maybe The Universe Just Isn't That Into You!: Spiritual Responsibility In A Fluffy Bunny World
- Paperback - Soul Rocks
We now have a great swathe of spiritual people who are giving up personal responsibilty for their actions and claiming that simple bad decisions are the work of Spirit/God/Universe. It has to stop. Everything is a 'lesson' or a 'gift'. So here is the book that debunks the usual suspects. It shows up what is simply a lack of strength and character when things go so wrong that 'Spirit told me to do it' is simply an excuse for someone looking to avoid facing the truth in their own life.
Midnight In Havana: An Inspector Ramirez Investigation
- Paperback - Polygon
Inspector Ramirez must battle the Cuban legal system and his dementia, with only 72 hours to secure an indictment and prevent a vicious killer from leaving the island.
Monty: An Autobiography
- Paperback - Orion
The autobiography of Scottish golfing legend Colin Montgomerie. It is the story of both a prodigious talent and complex personality who, at 47, remains determined to add to his already impressive achievements.
Mo Said She Was Quirky
- Paperback - Penguin Books
James Kelman tells the story of Helen - a sister, a mother, a daughter - a very ordinary young woman. Her boyfriend said she was quirky but it was more than that. Some things were important. You had to fight for them. Only Helen wasn't as strong as people thought.
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