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- Hardback - Little, Brown and Company
Kit doesn't know who his mother is. What he does know, however, that his father, Guy, is dying of cancer. Feeling his death is imminent, Guy gathers around him his oldest friends - or at least the friends with the most to lose by his death. But what will happen to Kit when Guy is gone? And why isn't Kit's mother in the picture? As the friends reunite for Guy's last days, old jealousies, affairs and lies come to light as Kit watches on.
The Queen's Tale
- Paperback - Barrington Stoke
The Queen is fed up with Snow White. She's so sickeningly soppy and trilling and she turns her father the King into a gibbering fool. So when a run-of-the-mill magic mirror tells that Queen that Snow White is more beautiful than she is, Snow white has got to go.
Queering Anarchism: Addressing And Undressing Power And Desire
- Paperback - AK Press
What does it mean to 'queer' the world around us? This book brings together a diverse set of writings, ranging from the deeply theoretical to the playfully personal, that explore the possibilities of 'queering', turning the dominant, heteronormative structures of belief and identity entirely inside out.
Quite Ugly One Morning
- Paperback - Abacus
A debut novel from Scottish author Christopher Brookmyre, this thriller exposes the horrific possibilities of corruption within the reformed National Health Service.
- Hardback - Mainstream
Women are never at a loss to express themselves, and smart women will have something to say for every occasion. 'Quotable Women' is a hilarious, ribald and revealing collection of observations and inspirational quotations reflecting the wit and wisdom of women across the ages. Those quoted range from Dorothy Parker to Joan Rivers, Mae West to Joan Collins, Queen Victoria to Princess Diana, Joanna Lumley to Pamela Stephenson.
Quiet Rumours: An Anarcha-Feminist Reader
- Paperback - AK
This anthology draws together essays, interviews and pamphlets exploring the relationship between anarchism and feminism.
- Paperback - Collins
More than 200 brand new quizzes covering everything from pop stars to death stars. The rounds are a mixture of themed and potluck and the questions go from friendly teasers to ones that will scramble even an egghead's brains.
Queen Of The South: The History, 1919-2008
- Paperback - DB
For supporters of Queen of the South, the 2008 Scottish Cup Final was a momentous game in the history of the club. In 'Queen of the South', Iain McCartney narrates the full history of the Doonhamers, from the formation of the team shortly after World War One right up to that memorable day at Hampden in May 2008.
The Quality Of Numbers One To Thirty-One
- Paperback - Floris
Explores the fascinating characteristics of numbers in relation to humans and the world around us.
Queen Hereafter: A Novel Of Margaret Of Scotland
- Paperback - Broadway
Margaret is shipwrecked with her family on the coast of Scotland and forced to accept sanctuary from the recently widowed warrior-king Malcolm Canmore of Scotland. Malcolm sees a political prize in Margaret, and promises to help her brother, the outlawed rebel Edgar of England, in return for his sister's hand in marriage.
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