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Burning Ambition

The Law Killers: True Crime from Dundee

by Alexander McGregor

Murder is the most shocking crime of all. Whether we choose to ignore it or try to learn more about why it happens, one thing is certain – people still commit this most heinous of crimes, day in, day out. In...


Simp-Lee the Best: My Autobiography

by Lee McCulloch

Rangers captain Lee McCulloch has experienced the ultimate highs and some desperate lows during six incredible years at Ibrox. From the joy of three-in-a-row to the searing pain of administration, the lifelong...


Doddie: My Autobiography

by Brian Scott & Alex Macdonald

Alex ‘Doddie’ MacDonald was one of the finest footballers we have produced. As a midfield dynamo he had an incredible will to win, and his passion on the field and uncompromising style made him a great favourite...


The Steamie

by Tony Roper

When it first opened in 1987, The Steamie took the theatrical world by storm. Set during the 1950s, the play takes place on Hogmanay in a Glasgow public wash house or 'Steamie'. As the washing is done, four...


St Andrews and Fife Walks

by Campbell Brown & Steven Wiggins

St Andrews & Fife Walks is the essential guide to an area which has witnessed some of the most dramatic incidents in Scottish history. Events took place here that shaped the nation and altered the destinies...


Banged Up!

by David Leslie

Britain's prisons have dealt with a vast range of inmates over the years - from infamous criminals to celebrities to the wrongfully convicted. Banged Up now tells the story of six of Britain's most notorious...


Undiscovered Dundee

by Brian King

Welcome to Dundee. A modern city at first glance, but with an illustrious past that's not always easy to see. Decades of regeneration, and sometimes dubious progress, have seen to that. But if you look a little...


When Sorry Is Not Enough

by Millie Gray

Four years on from discovering their true heritage, Sally and Luke have overcome their animosity to forge a trusting brother- sister relationship. So when Luke returns home from his post as a detective in the...


Up Tae Ma Neck in Paperwork

by Harry Morris

The hilarious adventures of Harry the Polis, as recalled by ex-polis Harry Morris, the self-appointed Chief Constable of funny stories, continue with the publication of his seventh book, Up Tae my Neck in Paperwork....


Women vs Men & Men vs Women

by Ian Black & Lesley Riddoch

THE GUY'S VIEW Think about it, chaps, as far as females go, there are dogs, horses and budgies that are easier to understand. In fact, there are giant turtles, jellyfish and even bacteria that are easier to...


What's It All About Ralphie?

by Ralph Milne & Gary Robertson

Ralph Milne was born in Dundee and lived out many a young footballer's dream. On leaving school he signed for Dundee United and gradually forced his way into a team full of great players. With electrifying pace...


The Wax Fruit Trilogy

by Guy McCrone

The Wax Fruit Trilogy brings together Guy McCrone's three classic novels, Antimacassar City, The Philistines, and The Puritans, which chronicle the life and times of the Moorhouse family as they rise from the...


Wha's Like Us?

by Chris Robinson

The people of Scotland have a reputation for being many things, but what makes us who we are? In Wha's Like Us? Chris Robinson explores the Scottish character and uncovers some amazing facts about the Scots...


Trust Me, I'm (Still) a Doctor

by Dr Phil Hammond

If you've ever used the NHS, thought about using it or think you might use it at some time in the future then you probably ought to read this book. Dr Phil Hammond has spent sixteen and a half years exposing...


The Wee Book of Weegie Wit and Wisdom

by Ian Black

Weegies have long been known for the quickness of their wit and the sharpness of their tongues. But behind every surreal retort and casual, bloodthirsty threat, is there a hidden profundity? A deep philosophical...


Square Mile of Murder

by Jack House, Robert Jeffrey & Donald Findlay QC

Four of Britain's most notorious murders took place within a square mile of Glasgow's city centre around the turn of the last century. Madeleine Smith was accused and found 'Not Proven' of lacing her doomed...


There's Been A Murder!

by Harry Morris

Harry the Polis is back, with blue lights flashing and sirens blaring, in Volume 8 of the series! The hilarious adventures of Glasgow's favourite laughing policeman continue with his latest collection of stories,...


The Tobacco Lords Trilogy

by Margaret Thomson Davis

Beginning in Glasgow during the Jacobite Rising of 1745, The Tobacco Lords Trilogy is the epic story of two very different women - Annabelle Ramsay, the wilful and impetuous daughter of a rich Tobacco Lord,...


Liverpool

by Malcolm Archibald

Now world famous for football and music, in the nineteenth century Liverpool had a very different reputation. One of the greatest ports in the world, and Europe's western gateway to the Atlantic, Liverpool's...