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Thomas Quick: The Making Of A Serial Killer
- Paperback - Canongate
'I wonder what you'd think of me if you found out that I've done something really serious'. So begin the confessions of Thomas Quick - Scandinavia's most notorious serial killer. In 1992, behind the barbed wire fence of a psychiatric hospital for the criminally insane, Thomas Quick confessed to the murder of an 11-year-old boy who had been missing for 12 years. Over the next nine years, Quick confessed to more than 30 unsolved murders, revealing he had maimed, raped, and eaten the remains of his victims.
Three Things You Need To Know About Rockets
- Paperback - Short Books
Jessica Fox was living in Hollywood, an ambitious 26-year-old filmmaker with a high-stress job at NASA. Working late one night, craving another life, she was seized by a moment of inspiration and tapped 'second hand bookshop Scotland' into Google. She clicked on the first link she saw. A month later, she arrived 2,000 miles across the Atlantic in Wigtown, on the west coast of Scotland, and knocked on the door of the bookshop she would be living in for the next month.
Time For Bed, Tilly!: A Lift-The-Flap Book For Toddlers
- NH - Campbell Books
Tilly is an energetic Tiger who is always on the go! Parents and children will enjoy the familiar bedtime routine as they find out what Tilly is getting up to behind the flaps when she's meant to be getting ready for bed.
The Tobermory Cat
- Paperback - Birlinn
In the village of Tobermory, on the Scottish island of Mull, lives a very special ginger cat. But once upon a time he didn't think he was special at all - not like the woolly cats of Loch Ba, the singing cats of Staffa or the fishing cats of Fishnish. But now everyone knows about him. He's the cat who's become a legend in his own lifetime by simply being himself.
Tony Hogan Bought Me An Ice-Cream Float Before He Stole My Ma
- Paperback - Vintage Books
When Janie Ryan is born, she is destined to be the latest in a long line of Aberdeen fishwives. Ahead of her lies a life filled with feckless men, filthy council flats and bread and marge sandwiches. But Janie isn't like the rest of them. She wants a different life. And Janie, born and bred for combat, is ready to fight for it.
Tom Weir: An Anthology
- Paperback - Sandstone
Television personality, explorer, naturalist and photographer, Tom Weir's dedication took him from impoverished Glasgow to the ends of the earth. This selection of his writings presents them chronologically and forms a sort of autobiography, the life of a man writing as he goes.
- Paperback - Barrington Stoke
Kylie is the new girl at school. With things difficult at home, she is desperate to fit in. She sets out to be accepted by the most popular girl in school, Jaz. But first she needs to prove herself. How far will she go to impress her? One unlucky boy, Adam, is about to find out.
The Thirty-Nine Steps
- Paperback - Real Reads
Richard Hannay's ennui comes to an abrupt end when a murder is committed in his flat. Only a few days before the dead man had revealed to him an assassination plot which would have terrible consequences for international peace.
The Tobermory Manuscript
- Hardback - Gunsmoke
On 19 June 1874, James Nugent and William Brown were riding across Colorado Territory when Griff Evans fired at them. Nugent would later die of his injuries, while Brown disappeared - along with a manuscript Nugent was thought to be working on.
The Tweed To The Northern Isles: The Fishing Industry Through Time
- Paperback - Amberley
The first six volumes covering the fishing industry of the UK and Ireland. Mike Smylie takes us on a tour of Scotland's east coast from the Tweed to the Northern Isles, taking us to harbours that you could once walk over on the hundreds of fishing boats to coastal inlets where the herring once shoaled.
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