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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...


Backpacker's Cookbook: A Practical Guide to Dining Out

by Dave Coustick

A practical rucksack item for any hillwalker or camper who wants to do more than simply open a boil-in-the-bag meal or some powdered soup on the hill. Some 100 recipes by Munro-bagger Dave Coustick show that...


A Glasgow Gang Observed

by James Patrick

In the 1960's a 26-year-old schoolmaster at a Scottish reformatory (List D) School, under the alias of James Patrick, went undercover  with the help of one of his pupils to study the often violent behaviour...


Wee Scotch Whisky Tales

by Ian R Mitchell

A short and entertaining guide by writer and broadcaster Ian R Mitchell of some previously unpublished stories about Scotch whisky dealing with obscure local history and how family connections took the art and...


The Oscar Slater Murder Story

by Richard Whittington-Egan

Oscar Slater, a disreptuable German immigrant, living on the fringe of the Glaswegian underworld and off the proceeds of gambling and prostitution, was sentenced to death in 1909 for the brutal murder of Marion...


Rousseau Moon

by David Cameron

These stories are pictures of contemporary life and primitive longing, peopled by characters who often seem to be moving through interior landscapes. 'It is too easy to call it escape,' the narrator of ARID...


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...


Scottish Covenanter Stories

by Dane Love

Fifty tales from the annals of the 'Killing Times' when Bonnie Dundee carried out King Charles II's edict by hunting down and persecuting the Covenanters throughout Southern and Central Scotland. Many of these...


Practical Food Smoking

by Kate Walker

The craft of smoking food was once commonly practised in order to preserve food-stuffs and enhance flavour, but the advent of the cold-store, the fridge and chemical food preservatives saw the decline of the...


Wort, Worms & Washbacks

by John McDougall & Gavin D. Smith

These are the memoirs of one of Scotland's best known whisky distillers and covers his time in the industry from 1963 until the present day. In that time John McDougall has worked in some of Scotland's most...


Scotch Missed

by Brian Townsend

This is a revised third edition of the hardback published in 1993 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the first documentary records of the making of Scotch whisky in 1494. Brian Townsend has now detailed the...


The Story of Scotland

by Nigel Trantner & Nigel Tranter

Scotland's story cannot be told merely in terms of documentary evidence, for this would be to neglect an integral part of the nation's heritage. The legends, myths, stories and memories handed down from generation...


The Whisky Barons

by Allen Andrews

The success of today's whisky industry was based largely on the commercial drive and foresight of a select group of whisky merchants who took the business world by storm in the late-18th and early-19th centuries....


When the Alps Cast Their Spell

by Trevor Braham

The sport of mountaineering was pioneered 150 years ago by a diverse cross-section of Victorians, following in the footsteps of earlier local explorers who ventured into the upper regions of ice and snow in...


The Canoe Boys

by Alastair Dunnett & Ninian Dunnett

It's too late in the year!' they were advised, but they still did it. By canoe from Bowling to Kyle of Lochalsh with numerous stops along the way, Alastair Dunnett and Seamas Adam spent a heady Autumn in the...


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...


Travels in Galloway

by Donald MacIntosh

These travel memoirs from Galloway span from between the war years until current times and cover a wide spectrum of people and places in this fascinating corner of Scotland. The subject matter spans Galloway-Irish...


Wilderness Dreams

by Mike Cawthorne

This book has been a long time in the writing. While Mike Cawthorne's life over the last two decades has been mostly involved in climbing and journalism, he has managed to stow away a large memory bank of experiences...


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 Heart of Glasgow

by Jack House

Heart of Glasgow is still regarded as THE quintessential book on Glasgow. It stays strictly within the bounds of what has always been referred to as 'the City', that is the area resembling a cross and consisting...