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- Add to BasketThe Spanish Travelmate
- Paperback - Lexus
Truly pocket-sized, the 'Travelmates' range offers a single A-Z listing for ease of use, coupled with travel tips, menu readers, country maps and typical responses to questions asked.
- Add to BasketStars
- Paperback - Collins
This text provides details of all 88 constellations of the Northern and Southern hemispheres, and comes complete with star charts and a star atlas of the entire sky, ideal for practical observation of the stars throughout the world all year round.
- Add to BasketSong Of Sula
- Paperback - Kelpies
Snow is not the only surprise in store for Magnus on his return to the island of Sula, after his friend the Duke's triumph in London with his Sula symphony. As well as a dangerous blizzard, Magnus has to contend with his terrible jealousy - for the Duke has a new friend, Lionel.
- Spiral - Mainstream
This is a guide to the National Cycle Network in Scotland, providing detailed route instructions, background information and easy to understand maps.
- Add to BasketScottish Architecture
- Paperback - Thames & Hudson
This is a concise, up-to-date survey that provides for the visitor or resident an overview of Scotland's finest buildings and its long line of architectural geniuses.
- Add to BasketSoldier Five: The Real Truth About The Bravo Two Zero Mission
- Hardback - Mainstream
'Soldier Five' challenges many of the assumptions and assertions of Bravo Two Zero. Mike Coburn, the soldier left for dead on the Syrian border, sets the record straight about that famous mission.
- Add to BasketStevenson's Scotland
- Paperback - Mercat
Although Robert Louis Stevenson travelled the world from Silverado to Samoa, Scotland remained his home and he wrote extensively about it. This anthology includes the best of these writings.
- Add to BasketStone Junction: An Alchemical Pot-Boiler
- Paperback - Canongate
Annalee Pearce is a pregnant 16-year-old who has been placed in a corrective centre run by nuns for refusing to co-operate with the authorities. She soon rebels, and when her son is born, Annalee wraps him in a blanket and escapes into the rain.
- Paperback - Coronet
The isolated cottage on the remote Hebridean island of Moila seemed like an ideal away-from-it-all retreat for writer Rose Fenemore. But she finds that it is not easy to escape the world and its troubles.
- Add to BasketSeven Dials
- Paperback - Headline
Thomas Pitt is assigned to the investigation of the murder of a promising young diplomat, at the home of the Egyptian mistress of a senior politician. The prime suspect is the woman herself but soon the case reveals dark secrets and international pitfalls that threaten the Empire and Pitt himself.