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Estelle ParanqueBlood, Fire and Gold : The story of Elizabeth I and Catherine de Medici£20.00In sixteenth-century Europe, two women came to ...In sixteenth-century Europe, two women came to hold all the power, against all the odds. They were Elizabeth I and Catherine de Medici. One a Virgin Queen who ruled her kingdom alone, and the other...
Nikky SmedleyOver the Hills and Far Away : My Life as a Teletubby£19.99Say 'Eh-Oh' to the performer behind the beloved...Say 'Eh-Oh' to the performer behind the beloved Teletubby Laa-Laa in this candid and entertaining book. Lifting the curtain on what it was like to be Laa-Laa and experience the astonishing success ...
Sandra LawrenceMiss Willmott's Ghosts : the extraordinary life and gardens of a forgotten genius£25.00Ellen Ann Willmott was a remarkable woman whose...Ellen Ann Willmott was a remarkable woman whose achievements in horticulture, botany, landscape architecture, photography and more, should have made her one of the most well-known trailblazers of h...
Martin ReesOn the Future : Prospects for Humanity£9.99A provocative and inspiring look at the future ...A provocative and inspiring look at the future of humanity and science from world-renowned scientist and bestselling author Martin Rees Humanity has reached a critical moment. Our world is unsettle...
Jim CrumleySeasons of Storm and Wonder£25.00From Jim Crumley, the "pre-eminent Scottish nat...From Jim Crumley, the "pre-eminent Scottish nature-writer" (Guardian), this landmark volume documents the extraordinary natural life of the Scottish Highlands and bears witness to the toll climate ...
Merryn Somerset WebbShare Power : How ordinary people can change the way that capitalism works - and make money too£10.99Should companies care about climate change? Sho...Should companies care about climate change? Should they be vanquishing the gender pay gap? Should they be advancing human rights in their supply chains? And if we think they should - can we, as ord...
Flora FraserPretty Young Rebel : The Life of Flora Macdonald£25.00The year is 1746. The Jacobite rebellion has fa...The year is 1746. The Jacobite rebellion has failed catastrophically and Scotland is reeling in the devastating aftermath of the battle of Culloden. Far to the west, on an island in the Outer Hebri...
Gerry HassanScotland Rising : The Case for Independence£14.99The Scottish independence debate has consequenc...The Scottish independence debate has consequences for Scotland, British politics, the future of the UK - and internationally. In Scotland Rising, Gerry Hassan addresses the key questions in this de...
Marina CantacuzinoForgiveness : An Exploration£14.99Using real-life stories, Forgiveness explores t...Using real-life stories, Forgiveness explores the messy, complex and gripping subject of forgiveness. I forgive you. Three simple words behind which sits an intriguing and complex concept. These wo...
Harry BakerUnashamed£9.99Following on from The Sunshine Kid (2014), Unas...Following on from The Sunshine Kid (2014), Unashamed follows the journey of World Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker from graduating with a maths degree being unsure if this poetry thing was even pos...
Sarah ThomasThe Raven's Nest£17.99Visiting Iceland as an anthropologist and film-...Visiting Iceland as an anthropologist and film-maker in 2008, Sarah Thomas is spellbound by its otherworldly landscape. An immediate love for this country and for Bjarni, a man she meets there, tur...
James CrawfordThe Edge of the Plain : How Borders Make and Break Our World£20.00Today, there are more borders in the world than...Today, there are more borders in the world than ever before in human history. In this book James Crawford argues that our enduring obsession with borders has brought us to a crisis point: that we a...