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Vendetta: Turning Your Back On Crime Can Be Deadly--
- Paperback - Black & White
Paul Ferris tells his life story as one of Britain's most notorious criminals. He covers street life in Glasgow, Manchester, London and Liverpool, exposing the brutal reality of these cities' underworlds and the characters involved in them.
The Very Snowy Christmas
- Book with sound disc - Little Tiger
It's the night before Christmas and Big Mouse and Little Mouse are putting up decorations. Little Mouse scampers out to search for holly but finds big white flakes falling from the sky. As Little Mouse's world is covered in snow he discovers strange things all around him.
The Vampie Of Croglin
- Paperback - Barrington Stoke
The villagers of Croglin are living in fear - there are noises in the night, and the beautiful new inhabitant of the grange has been attacked. People whisper that it's an evil blood-sucking vampire - but no one's sure. Is the truth stranger than fiction?
The Vatersay Raiders
- Paperback - Birlinn
In 1908, ten desperate men from the islands of Barra and Mingulay were imprisoned for refusing to leave the island of Vatersay which they had raided, building huts and planting potatoes without permission. This book details the remarkable story of the raiders, which caused outcry across Scotland in the early 20th century.
The Valley Of Fear
- Paperback - Penguin
From the annals of Dr Watson comes this dark tale of Sherlock Holmes' early encounter with Professor Moriarty. When Holmes and Watson receive a cipher from one of Moriarty's henchmen warning of dark doings at a manor house, they find themselves on the trail of a murderer.
Very Private And Public Relations
- Hardback - Thorogood
Scurrilous, witty and painfully honest, this is an autobiography about growing up under-nourished, under-privileged and gay in 1950s Glasgow.
Vinegar: 1001 Practical Uses
- Hardback - Black & White
A collection of the many uses of this miraculous product, this title also explores the history of vinegar, from the time it was discovered by accident more than 10,000 years ago, through to World War I when it was used to treat wounds in the trenches.
The View From Castle Rock: Stories
- Paperback - Vintage
On a clear day, you could see 'America' from Edinburgh's Castle Rock - or so said Alice Munro's great-great-great-grandfather, James Laidlaw, when he had taken drink. This is the story of those Ettrick shepherds and their descendants, among them the author herself.
- Hardback - Rankin Photography
This book draws together two decade's worth of work by the ubiquitous British photographer Rankin. Acting as a retrospective, it documents the iconic creative genius throughout and extraordinary career in which he has shot many of the world's leading personalities, models and celebrities.
Voices In The Street: Growing Up In Dundee
- Paperback - Black & White
Born in Dundee in 1938, Maureen Reynolds grew up in wartime Scotland, a young girl surrounded by adult concerns and as she came of age, a whole generation seemed to suddenly do the same, with the rise of the Teddy Boy and rock'n'roll.
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