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Ai Weiwei1000 Years of Joys and Sorrows£25.00Chinese dissident. Ground-breaking artist.Globa...Chinese dissident. Ground-breaking artist.Global icon. Here, through the sweeping, extraordinary story of his own and his father's lives, Ai Weiwei tells an epic tale of China over the last 100 yea...
Chris AtkinsA Bit of a Stretch£8.99Where can a tin of tuna buy you clean clothes? ...Where can a tin of tuna buy you clean clothes? Where is it easier to get 'spice' than paracetamol? Where does self-harm barely raise an eyebrow? Welcome to Her Majesty's Prison Service. Like most p...
David JasonA Del of a Life£10.99How on earth do you do it? 'Well, what can I te...How on earth do you do it? 'Well, what can I tell you? An hour of tai chi first thing in the morning, an HIIT work-out with my personal trainer, a bowl of steamed kale and a handful of almonds for ...
Janet Brennan-InglisA Passion for Castles : The Story of MacGibbon and Ross and the Castles they Surveyed£35.00In the 1880s two Edinburgh architects began to ...In the 1880s two Edinburgh architects began to survey, measure and sketch the castles of Scotland, travelling the length and breadth of the country on trains, bicycles and on foot. Together they pr...
Joanna LumleyA Queen for All Seasons : A Celebration of Queen Elizabeth II on her Platinum Jubilee£20.00A sparkling celebration of our much-loved Queen...A sparkling celebration of our much-loved Queen Elizabeth II for her Platinum Jubilee including special writings and illuminating insights around key moments in her 70-year reign, introduced and ed...
Andrew Douglas-HomeA River Runs Through Me : A Life of Salmon Fishing in Scotland£14.99An evocative account of one man's life spent fi...An evocative account of one man's life spent fishing on arguably the world's best salmon river: a story of family, tradition and the Scottish countryside. Against the shifting moods and seasons of ...
Amanda ThomsonA Scots Dictionary of Nature£9.99Scotland is a nation of dramatic weather and br...Scotland is a nation of dramatic weather and breathtaking landscapes - of nature resplendent. And, over the centuries, the people who have lived, explored and thrived in this country have developed...
Polly PullarA Scurry of Squirrels£14.99Polly Pullar has had a passion for red squirrel...Polly Pullar has had a passion for red squirrels since childhood. As a wildlife rehabilitator, she knows the squirrel on a profoundly personal level and has hand-reared numerous litters of orphan k...
Wigtown Festival BookshopA Swin in a Pond in the Rain£10.99From the New York Times-bestselling, Booker Pri...From the New York Times-bestselling, Booker Prize-winning author of Lincoln in the Bardo and Tenth of December comes a literary master class on what makes great stories work and what they can tell ...
Natalie HaynesA Thousand Ships£9.99In A Thousand Ships, broadcaster and classicist...In A Thousand Ships, broadcaster and classicist Natalie Haynes retells the story of the Trojan War from an all-female perspective, for fans of Madeline Miller and Pat Barker. This was never the sto...
Fred PearceA Trillion Trees£9.99Trees keep our planet cool and breathable. They...Trees keep our planet cool and breathable. They make the rain and sustain biodiversity. They are essential for nature and for us.And yet, we are cutting and burning them at such a rate that many fo...
Julia Boyd, Angelika PatelA Village in the Third Reich: How Ordinary Lives Were Transformed By the Rise of Fascism£25.00Hidden deep in the Bavarian mountains lies the ...Hidden deep in the Bavarian mountains lies the picturesque village of Oberstdorf - a place where for hundreds of years people lived simple lives while history was made elsewhere. Yet even this remo...