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A-Z of Whisky

by Gavin D Smith & Richard Paterson

WHISKY is not only the world's most consistently successful and popular drink, it is also one of the oldest, having been around in one form or another since the first millennium. However, documentary records...


The Auld Mug: The Scots and The America's Cup

by Len Paterson

In the spring and summer of 2007, off the coast of Valencia, the 32nd challenge for the America's Cup was sailed; possibly yachting's oldest continuously contested trophy, and often referred to in the purple...


Robert Burns: A Life in Letters

by George Scott Wilkie

What is often forgotten about Robert Burns is that he was a prolific writer of letters and had the ability to correspond with people from every walk of life. Whereas his poems and songs were composed in the...


Complete New Tales of Para Handy

by Stuart Donald

This book is a compilation of the new tales of the motley crew of the Vital Spark which were first published in Para Handy Sails Again and Para Handy All At Sea and in which Donald convinced Neil Munro's many...


The Stockbridge Baby Farmer

by Molly Whittington-Egan

Tales macabre and tales bizarre. All of them with murder in mind. This is another evocative and highly readable series of murder cases from criminologist Molly Whittington-Egan which follows on from her first...


They Belonged to Glasgow

by Rudolph Kenna & Ian Sutherland

Glasgow's current status as a cult city with a worldwide reputation for chic clubs and hip hotels is deserved, but its humble origins lie in the medieval town based around the High Street and in the numerous...


Climbing Essays

by Jim Perrin & Robert Macfarlane

Long recognised as one of Britain's finest mountain writers, this collection brings together the best of Jim Perrin's essays and articles on climbing.

Perrin has selected these from four decades of describing...


The Big Men

by Joe Pieri

The Northern Division used to be the name given to the police force which operated within the Glasgow City boundaries until the creation of the Strathclyde Police Force. Its recruits were largely drawn from...


The Hogmanay Companion

by Hugh Douglas & Keith Horrox

How many times have you wondered about the origins of New Year's Eve, or Hogmanay as the Scots term it? This book reveals all as Hugh Douglas takes the reader from the remotest beginnings of this festival through...


Glasgow Almanac: An A-Z of the City and its People

by Stephen Terry & Len Murray

The contents of this Ebook first appeared in the Glasgow Evening Times over the course of the last decade as 250-word vignettes on people, places and happenings. They are therefore concise and to the point and...


Book of Glasgow Murders

by Donald M. Fraser

Glasgow is no different from any other city when it comes to crime, and in particular, murder.

In this remarkable collection of lesser-known murder stories from both sides of the Second World War, Donald M. Fraser...


The Scots Fiddle: Tunes, Tales & Traditions of the North-East & Central Highlands

by J. Murray Neil

The first of a three-volume series, The Scots Fiddle --Tunes, Tales & Traditions. This work combines an extensive and fascinating collection of traditional fiddle music (over 160 tunes) relating to the North-East...


A Touch of Treason

by QC, Ian Hamilton & Tommy Sheridan

This is the swashbuckling life story of one of Scotland's greatest sons. Ian Hamilton, born the son of a Paisley tailor in 1925, who made himself world-famous on Xmas Eve, 1950, when he helped to remove the...


Writing on the Road

by Nina Jenkin & Martin Dunning

Nina Jenkin's father Roy died of cancer when she was eight years old. In 1953, aged 21, he and his student friend Gordon Newbery had undertaken a 2300-mile cyclng trip through France and he kept a diary of their...


Khaki Mischief: The Agra Murder Case

by Molly Whittington-Egan

Memsahibs weren't supposed to murder their husbands. Freemasons weren't supposed to murder their Brothers. Over tiffin and tea, on the verandah, in the Club, all British India gossiped about the shocking trials...


Healthy Living Yearbook: Get Fit and Enjoy It, in Every Season

by Tracy Griffen

The Healthy Living Yearbook is a unique no-nonsense guide to getting fit and feeling fab. Written by personal trainer Tracy Griffen, it’s jam-packed with lots of hints and tips to help the reader look and...


Hi Bonnybrig: And Other Greetings!

by Shug Hanlan

Shug Hanlan's prose and poetry have become a byword for contemporary comic writing set in and about Scotland. These stories and his hilarious novella, Hi Bonnybrigg, are set in an imaginary version of Shug's...


A Touch of Treason: The Autobiography of the Urban Voltaire

by Ian Hamilton & Nigel Tranter

This is the swashbuckling life story (so far) of one of Scotland's greatest sons. Ian Hamilton, born the son of a Paisley tailor in 1925, who made himself world-famous on Xmas Eve, 1950, when he helped to remove...


In the Wake of the Vital Spark: Para Handy's Scotland

by Stuart Donald

For generations, Neil Munro's comic creation - the motley crew of the Vital Spark under the command of Para Handy - has enthralled readers as they sailed through the coastal and island waters of the West Coast...


The K2 Man (and His Molluscs): The Extraordinary life of Haversham Godwin-Austen

by Catherine Moorehead & Rob Burns

Probably the greatest mountaineer of his day,' claimed Kenneth Mason in his definitive mountaineering history, Abode of Snow. Haversham Godwin-Austen (1834-1923), from an ancient and interesting Surrey aristocratic...