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The West Highland Way
- Paperback - Aurum
The 93-mile West Highland Way is Britain's most spectacular long-distance path. The first section, following the eastern shore of Loch Lomond, offers an idyllic waterside walk, with the full grandeur of the Highlands gradually revealing itself. Then, after crossing the barren wilderness of the Rannoch Moor, the walker climbs the Devil's Staircase above Glencoe and traverses classic Highland landscapes to reach Fort William and a grand finale at Ben Nevis. This comprehensive, easy-to-use guide is an authoritative companion, packed with indispensable information.
The West Highland Way: Official Guide
- Paperback - Birlinn
Opened in 1980, the West Highland Way was Scotland's first designated Long Distance Route. It traverses some of the finest scenery of lowland and highland, mountain, loch and moor that Scotland has to offer. A specially prepared map is included.
Wake Up Do, Lydia Lou!
- Hardback - Macmillan Children's Books
A gentle and playful bedtime read from the author of 'The Gruffalo', full of fun sounds which children will love to join in with time and time again.
- Paperback - Simon & Schuster
It's Saturday morning in Glasgow when Strathclyde CID are called to photograph the body of a young woman. Her clothes in disarray, she has been laid out ritually. The following day, another girl is found. Retired detective Danny Neilson is convinced that the murders are linked to the Red Silk cases that he worked on in the 1960s.
West Highland Extension: Great Railway Journeys Through Time
- Paperback - Amberley
This fascinating selection of photographs gives an insight into the history and landscapes of the West Highland Extension.
Wish You Were Still Here: The Scottish Seaside Holiday
- Paperback - Amberley
As one of Scotland's key forms of leisure and mass entertainment, tourism was a major growth industry of the 19th century and this growth continued into the 20th century. Starting in the golden age of the Victorian and Edwardian resorts, the author explores the ways and means whereby the Scottish people were enabled to enjoy the benefits of seaside and other holidays.
What Lot's Wife Saw
- Paperback - Black & White
It has been 40 centuries since Sodom and Gomorrah and the world has changed beyond measure. By the shores of the Dead Sea the earth has opened up and mysterious violet salts have sprung up and changed everything. The geography of the continents has changed, the Mediterranean Sea has swallowed half of Europe and the addictive violet salt controls the new world. It is the new Sodom and Gomorrah and in the Colony which controls the salt there are hidden secrets which only Phileas Book can uncover. And on a night quite different from the rest, Phileas will be called to solve the most important riddle of his life.
When The Devil Drives
- Paperback - Abacus
Is the devil merely the name we give the worst in ourselves? When private investigator Jasmine Sharp is hired to find Tessa Garrion, a young woman who has vanished without trace, it becomes increasingly clear that there are those who want her to stay that way.
A Wolf In Hindelheim
- Hardback - Hutchinson
A remote German village, 1926. A baby has gone missing. A police constable has been called. A doctor suspects a storekeeper. A son wants to prove himself a man. A love affair unfolds. Then the rumours begin to spread. Once suspicion has taken hold, is anything beyond belief?
War Games: Two Stories
- Paperback - Barrington Stoke
What do football, cricket and the Second World War have in common? Cricket fanatic George is evacuated to the country. Can he prove himself in the school cricket team? Meanwhile, life for a Jew in wartime Germany isn't easy - will Esther's passion for football survive?
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