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Robert Burns In Your PocketRobert Burns In Your Pocket
Robert Burns; etc.
Robert Burns in Your Pocket from Waverley Books contains a clear and accessible biography of Burns and his work, fifty-two of Burns' poems and songs, a comprehensive glossary of Scots words, and an index of first lines. Illustrated with...
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A Lewis Grassic Gibbon Anthology
Lewis Grassic Gibbon; edited and introduced by Valentina Bold
This is the first comprehensive anthology of short works from one of Scotland's favorite novelists. Illustrating Grassic Gibbon's full range of work—with stories and poems, essays and polemics—this collection juxtaposes the divers...
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Square Mile of MurderSquare Mile of Murder
Jack House
Four of the world’s greatest murders took place within a square mile of Glasgow’s city center during the latter part of Queen Victoria’s rein. These horrific murders were committed not in the East End as expected, but in the fashion...
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Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr HydeStrange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
One Book-One Edinburgh Edition
Robert Louis Stevenson; introduction by Ian Rankin; exclusive sketches by Cam Kennedy
"Born of a nightmare" and "produces in white-hot haste," the first manuscript of Robert Louis Stevenson's novella, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, was thown into a fire, but the second telling of this dark, got...
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Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (graphic novel)Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (graphic novel)
Robert Louis Stevenson; adapted by Alan Grant; illustrated by Cam Kennedy
A respectable London lawyer, John Utterson, is compelled to uncover the strange connection between his old friend, the brilliant scientist Dr Henry Jekyll, and a brooding and dangerous stranger called Edward Hyde. All who lay eyes on Hyde experience...

Tales of the Seal PeopleTales of the Seal People
Scottish Folk Tales
Duncan Williamson
Winner of the Anne Izard Storytellers' Choice Award

A collection of 14 selkie (half-seal half-human creatures) tales from the Orkney and Shetland islands off the northern tip of Scotland which embrace the fantasy, romance and...
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The ClydesidersThe Clydesiders
Margaret Thomson Davis
In the summer of 1914, as the storm clouds of war begin to gather over Europe, life in Glasgow goes on as normal, both for the rich in their elegant mansions and for the poor in the filthy, overcrowded tenements of the Gorbals. Up at Hilltop House, h...
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The Glasgow BelleThe Glasgow Belle
Margaret Thomson Davis
As the great age of canal building comes to Glasgow, powerful men are willing to risk everything on this new venture, gambling vast fortunes on its success. Meanwhile, in the city slums, the desperate, age-old struggle for survival continues unchange...
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The Gourlay GirlsThe Gourlay Girls
Margaret Thomson Davis
In Glasgow at the beginning of the 1930s, the lives of two very different families are about to be changed forever by the repercussions of a tragedy that seems to defy explanation. In their splendid home in the West End, everything seems perfect in t...
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The Hayburn FamilyThe Hayburn Family
Guy McCrone
The year is 1900, and as the old century ends and Queen Victoria's reign draws to a close, the past is catching up with Henry and Phoebe Hayburn. Dark secrets continue to haunt them, as they begin to plan for the future of the family business - t...
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The Shadow of the SycamoresThe Shadow of the Sycamores
Doris Davidson
The Shadow of the Sycamores traces the fortunes of the Rae family, from Henry Rae’s birth in 1871, when his drunken father, a blacksmith, forgets the name chosen for him, to his old age in the 1940s. We follow Henry’s story as he...
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The Thirteenth DiscipleThe Thirteenth Disciple
Lewis Grassic Gibbon
From the peace of rural Aberdeenshire to the horrors of the Western Front, this is an impressive and moving semi-autobiographical novel from the author of the classic Scots Quair trilogy.

Lewis Grassic Gibbon was born Jam...
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Wax Fruit TrilogyWax Fruit Trilogy
Guy McCrone

The Wax Fruit Trilogy brings together Guy McCrone's three classic novels, Antimacassar City, The Philistines, and The Puritans, which chroncile the life and times of the Moorhouse family as they rise from th...
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White Bird Passes, TheWhite Bird Passes, The
Jessie Kesson
Set in the backstreets of a Scottish city in the 1920s, The White Bird Passes is the unforgettable story of a young girl growing up in "the Lane." Poor, crowded and dirty-but full of life and excitement-the Lane is the only ho...
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