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The Town Below the Ground

by Jan-Andrew Henderson

Below Scotland's capital, hidden for almost two centuries, is a metropolis whose very existence was all but forgotten.

For almost 250 years, Edinburgh was surrounded by a giant defensive wall. Unable to expand...


Armed Candy

by Reg McKay

Armed Candy is the true story of one woman's struggle for survival on Britain's meanest streets.

Kay has spent her whole life trying to escape. Sexually abused by her grandmother, she pleaded to return to her...


Cut-Throat

by Wayne Thallon

Fact is often stranger than fiction, and when Rod McLean, an escaped drug baron and alleged MI6 agent, was mysteriously found dead in a London flat after two months on the run, even Hollywood couldn't have scripted...


The Filth

by Duncan Maclaughlin & William Hall

For the first time ever, a senior detective and undercover agent has broken rank to reveal the stark reality of life in the police force today.

Duncan MacLaughlin was one of New Scotland Yard's elite. In a career...


Dark Heart

by Douglas Skelton

The Old Tolbooth Jail - Edinburgh's Bastille - was for five centuries the capital's heart of darkness. The tall, turreted building blocked the High Street like a stone sentinel at the gates of Hell. In its early...


How the Scots Took Over London

by David Stenhouse

From Fleet Street to the world of medicine, from the City of London to the corridors of power in Whitehall, Scots have exerted a determining influence on key areas of British life since the Union of the Parliaments...


Deadly Beat

by Richard Latham

'You go to work and you might be shot dead. You imagine being horribly maimed in a bomb blast. You come home and wonder if you'll be shot at the door. You go to bed with a revolver on the bedside cabinet. At...


In the Shadow of Papillon

by Frank Kane & John Tilsley

Following the collapse of his business and the loss of his home, Frank Kane made a catastrophic decision. In desperation, he agreed to smuggle cocaine out of Venezuela. Almost inevitably, he and his girlfriend,...


Scots And The Sea

by James Davidson

With over six thousand miles of rugged coastline, nowhere in Scotland is more than forty-five miles from tidal waters, and seven of the biggest towns and cities are seaports. No wonder then that the sea has...


Michael Collins

by James Mackay

The most charismatic figure to emerge during the struggles for the independence of Ireland was undoubtedly Michael Collins. This remarkable biography, which draws on much hitherto unpublished material, charts...


Andrew Carnegie

by James Mackay

Andrew Carnegie (1835-1922) was a mass of contradictions: a radical Chartist who became a rabid capitalist, an idealist who was also a profound cynic, a committed pacifist who also played a crucial role in the...


Common Sense

by Andrew Hood & Tony Benn

Do we need a Monarchy? Or does it represent everything that is hidebound and stifling about Britain? The headlines tell the story: every British Institution is in crisis As a nation we have lost our way, What...


Wise Women

by Carole McKenzie

'A woman is like a teabag - only when in hot water do you realise how strong she is' - Nancy Reagan

Women are never at a loss to express themselves, and smart women will have something to say for every occasion....


It Could Happen to You

by Helen Newlove

When Helen was 20, she met Garry Newlove at a local disco. They married in 1986 and had three daughters. On 10 August 2007, Garry was brutally beaten by a gang of youths outside the family home in Warrington....


Wellness Beyond Words: Maya Compositions of Speech and Silence in Medical Care

by T.S. Harvey

Responding to the need for in-depth ethnographic studies in cultural and communicative competence, this anthropological account of Maya language use in health care in highland Guatemala explores some of the...


Jews in the Gym: Judaism, Sports, and Athletics

by Leonard J. Greenspoon

For some, the connection between Jews and athletics might seem far-fetched. But in fact, as is highlighted by the fourteen chapters in this collection, Jews have been participating in-and thinking about-sports...


Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies: A Scholars' Initiative

by Charles Ingrao & Thomas A. Emmert

It has been two decades since Yugoslavia fell apart. The brutal conflicts that followed its dissolution are over, but the legacy of the tragedy continues to unsettle the region. Reconciliation is a long and...


Signal: 02: A Journal of International Political Graphics & Culture

by Alec Dunn & Josh MacPhee

This installment of the Signal series features artwork inspired by anarchist movements in Japan, U.S. promotional posters from the 1910s, Mexican street art, revolutionary murals from 1970s Portugal, and much...


In Letters of Blood and Fire: Work, Machines, and the Crisis of Capitalism

by George Caffentzis

Although information technology, immaterial production, financialization, and globalization have been trumpeted as inaugurating a new phase of capitalism that transcends its violent origins, this collection...


Youth Working with Girls and Women in Community Settings: A Feminist Perspective

by Janet Batsleer

Addressing the significant shifts in the social, political and professional context for informal education, this book makes clear the continuities in community-based informal education with girls and argues...