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  1. There's Been A Life!, Alex Norton

    There's Been A Life!

    My Autobiography

    Alex Norton

    £15.99

    Uproariously funny and highly entertaining, Alex Norton takes us on an irreverent journey behind the scenes of a showbiz life very well lived.
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  2. Knit Your Own Broons, Jackie Holt

    Knit Your Own Broons

    Jackie Holt

    and Ruth Bailey

    £9.99

    From the authors of the much-loved Knit Your Own Scotland and Knit Your Own Britain comes this wonderful guide to knitting your own Broons family.
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  3. I'll No Tell You Again, Tony Roper

    I'll No Tell You Again

    My Autobiography

    Tony Roper

    £14.99

    Tony Roper is one of Scotland's most recognisable faces. In I'll No Tell You Again, Roper tells his hilarious and inspiring story.
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  4. The Youngs, Jesse Fink

    The Youngs

    The Brothers Who Built AC/DC

    Jesse Fink

    £14.99

    With sales of over 200 million albums, AC/DC is not just the biggest rock band in the world. It's a family empire built by three brothers: George, Malcolm and Angus Young. One of the most original music biographies of recent times, The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC is unlike any AC/DC book you've read before.
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  5. Slim Jim, Tom Miller

    Slim Jim

    Simply the Best

    Tom Miller

    £9.99

    Jim Baxter was one of Scotland's greatest-ever football players, a left-footed wonder who became a Rangers icon and a leading member of the celebrated Scotland side of the 1960s. In this insightful biography, Tom Miller takes an in-depth look at the legend known as Slim Jim.
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  6. The Herald Diary 2014, Ken Smith

    The Herald Diary

    Another Stoater

    Ken Smith

    £9.99

    It's a memorable year in Scotland. The country will vote on independence, Glasgow will welcome the world to the Commonwealth Games, and the world's best golfers battle it out in the Ryder Cup on Scottish soil. Meanwhile, Scots do what they always do - eat and drink too much, complain about the weather and, fortunately, have a laugh about it. Their tales of the funniest events will be sent to The Herald newspaper's iconic Diary column, and the best of them are gathered here.
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  7. The Broons 'The Twelve Signs O' Christmas', K. H. Harrison and Graham P. Manley

    The Broons 'The Twelve Signs O' Christmas'

    A Poem for Christmas

    The Broons

    £2.99

    The Broons are back, this time with a special poem for Christmas - The Twelve Signs o' Christmas - inspired by the well-known 18th century carol The Twelve Days of Christmas.
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  8. Hidden St Andrews, Susan McMullan

    Hidden St Andrews

    Susan McMullan

    £9.99

    Known worldwide as the home of golf, St Andrews boasts iconic beaches, a picturesque castle and cathedral, and one of the last remaining city gates in Scotland. But as well as this fascinating yet familiar heritage, there are lots more hidden treasures just waiting to be discovered.
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  9. Vital Signs, Ken Smith

    Vital Signs

    Hilarious Signs of Life from Around the World

    Ken Smith

    £9.99

    Readers of The Herald's Diary love a laugh, especially if they spot a sign with a double meaning, a hilarious misspelling, or an attempt at English abroad which didn't quite mean what was intended. Fortunately, with camera phones they could ensure the best of them lived on in The Herald's daily Diary column. This title features the funniest.
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  10. A Final Grain of Truth, Jack Webster

    A Final Grain of Truth

    My Autobiography

    Jack Webster

    £7.99

    This is the final instalment of revered journalist Jack Webster's highly acclaimed autobiography, which looks back at an eventful life and career, detailing experiences that shaped his life as well as with the many people he has encountered along the way - from some of the greatest celebrities of our time to ordinary people with extraordinary stories to tell.
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  11. Bloody Scotland, Malcolm Archibald

    Bloody Scotland

    Crime in 19th Century Scotland

    Malcolm Archibald

    £9.99

    In the 19th century Scotland was depicted as a land of misty glens, engineering innovation and inventive genius. But Scotland was also the home of brutal murder, terrifying riots, child cruelty, bank robbery and acid attack. This book exposes some of the crimes, remembered and forgotten, that rocked the Scotland of our ancestors.
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  12. Big Jock, David Leggat

    Big Jock

    The Real Jock Wallace

    David Leggat

    £9.99

    Jock Wallace wasn't just one of Scotland's outstanding football managers - he was a legend. A larger-than-life character, a giant of a man and a real-life hero, Wallace lived an extraordinary life. In this fascinating biography, David Leggat, one of the few journalists who was close to Big Jock, tells his incredible story.
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  13. Bake with Maw Broon

    Bake with Maw Broon

    Simple Bakes for all the Family

    Maw Broon

    £14.99

    Packed full of beautiful, easy-to-follow recipes, as well as Maw's time-tested hints, tips and baking secrets, Bake with Maw Broon has something for everyone and is guaranteed to make your family smile.
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  14. The British Nationality Test, Cameron McPhail

    The British Nationality Test

    How British are you?

    Cameron McPhail

    £6.99

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    The deadpan but hilarious British Nationality Test marks a truly new direction for the genre and is well removed from those insipid and often rather base joke books.
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  15. The Scottish Nationality Test, Cameron McPhail
    £6.99

    The Scottish Nationality Test does not seek to take sides in the Independence debate; it will merely help you decide whether you should exercise your vote in the first place, both in the Referendum and beyond.
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