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  1. Oor Wullie Funbook

    Oor Wullie's Funbook

    Book 1

    Oor Wullie

    £4.99

    Jokes, quizes, puzzles and fun to be had with Oor Wullie in this fantastic activity book.
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  2. Oor Wullie Big Bucket of Laughs Joke Book
    £5.99

    Join Oor Wullie for hunners o' jokes and riddles frae a' his pals – Fat Bob, Soapy Soutar and Wee Eck, in his new Big Bucket o' Laughs Joke Book!
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  3. Maw Broon's Kitchen Notebook
    £4.99

    Variations of Maw Broon's best recipes from her four cookbooks, with new recipes for shortbread, tablet, soups etc, plus kitchen organising secrets and lots of original funny material from Maw.
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  4. Dundee: But Not As You Know It, Susan McMullan

    Dundee

    But Not As We Know It

    Susan McMullan

    £9.99

    Dundee, But Not As We Know It takes the reader on a journey through the city like no other, revealing the forgotten and abandoned past that lies on our doorstep and under our feet, bringing to life Dundee's unique charm and unmistakeable character.
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  5. Peterhead Porridge, James Crosbie

    Peterhead Porridge

    Tales from the Funny Side of Scotland's Most Notorious Prison

    James Crosbie

    £7.99

    Funny, sad and at times barely believable, Peterhead Porridge is a unique insight into the other side of prison life.
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  6. Aberdeen's Union Terrace Gardens, Diane Morgan

    Aberdeen's Union Terrace Gardens

    War and Peace in the Denburn Valley

    Diane Morgan

    £14.99

    The complete, dramatic story of Union Terrace Gardens has never before been told in one volume. Now, in her eleventh book on Aberdeen, Diane Morgan presents the complete history of these iconic gardens on the west side of the Denburn Valley.
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  7. Telling Tales, Jane Yeadon

    Telling Tales

    Growing Up on a Highland Farm

    Jane Yeadon

    £7.99

    Telling Tales recounts how Jane learns about her place in the scheme of things, the hard way. Poignant and touching, this nostalgic account of life on the farm recalls a way of life which was so recent but is now all but forgotten.
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  8. Liverpool: Gangs, Vice and Packet Rats, Malcolm Archibald

    Liverpool: Gangs, Vice and Packet Rats

    19th Century Crime and Punishment

    Malcolm Archibald

    £9.99

    Liverpool in the nineteenth century was a place full of stories of assault, robbery and murder as well as poachers, footpads and highwaymen who preyed on the unwary. This is the story of crime and punishment in 19th century Liverpool's underworld.
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  9. Scotland vs England, Ian Black
    £5.99

    On the 18th September 2014, a mere 700-and-a-bit years after the Battle of Bannockburn, the struggle for power between Scotland and England will reach another milestone - this time probably without the swords, horses and armour.
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  10. Glasgow: The Real Mean City, Malcolm Archibald

    Glasgow: The Real Mean City

    True Crime and Punishment in the Second City of the Empire

    Malcolm Archibald

    £7.99

    The police had an often thankless task and The Real Mean City chronicles the century-long struggle of the forces of law and order to bring peace to a troubled city.
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  11. Lighting Candles, David Leslie

    Lighting Candles

    A Paramilitary's War with Death, Drugs and Demons

    David Leslie

    £9.99

    This remarkable, colourful account of one man's nightmare journey through blood, bombs, bullets and smuggling is a mix of tragedy, fear and humour and is a unique insight into the world of major crime.
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  12. Scotland '74, Richard Gordon

    Scotland '74

    A World Cup Story

    Richard Gordon

    £11.99

    Scotland '74 is a bitter-sweet celebration of the closest Scotland has ever got – so far at least – when a team of superstars managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory in the dying seconds.
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  13. Fishermen, Randies and Fraudsters, Malcolm Archibald

    Fishermen, Randies and Fraudsters

    Crime in the 19th Century Aberdeen and the North East

    Malcolm Archibald

    £9.99

    Hugging the coast and crammed between two rivers, Aberdeen grew up isolated from Scotland's other urban centres. Yet Aberdeen experienced its share of crime in the 19th century. The city was plagued by a plethora of prostitutes, ravaged by riots and aggravated by assaults.
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  14. Scotland's Cruel Sea, Robert Jeffrey

    Scotland's Cruel Sea

    Heroism and Disaster off the Scottish Coast

    Robert Jeffrey

    £9.99

    Scotland has a coastline of immense beauty and danger, and its cruel sea has claimed many lives down the years. Disaster at sea is a poignant part of Scotland's history, and in this chilling and awe-inspiring book, bestselling author Robert Jeffrey tells the compelling stories of the victims of the ocean deeps.
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  15. The Proper Charlie, Charlie Miller

    The Proper Charlie

    The Autobiography

    Charlie Miller

    and Scott McDermott

    £9.99

    Charlie Miller was the best young Scottish footballer of his generation. Here, Miller reveals how he's spent his entire life not knowing who his father is and relives his colourful upbringing in Castlemilk - one of Glasgow's toughest housing estates.
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