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The Taste of Proof

By Knox, Bill

New York: Crime Club/Doubleday., 1965 Thane and Moss solve the intriguing mystery of a theft from a Glasgow Whisky distillery - as neat and complex a story as a single malt ! 188p.. Book Club (BCE/BOMC).. Very Good/Good (torn parts repaired).

$15.00

McAuslan in the Rough and Other Stories
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McAuslan in the Rough and Other Stories

By Fraser,George MacDonald

London: Fontana/Collins Harvill, 1988 "That walking disaster Private McAuslan, the dirtiest soldies in the world, is back for more misadventures - from the bars of North Africa to the fast greens of Scotland. Whether cadding for his RSM, winning a quiz competition, falling in love or knocking out villainous Arabi traders, McAuslan remains a 'rerr terr'."Sequel to " The General Danced at Dawn". Reprint.. Pbk. Very Good.

$10.00

McAuslan in the Rough and Other Stories

By Fraser,George MacDonald

New York: A.A. Knopf, 1974 "That walking disaster Private McAuslan, the dirtiest soldies in the world, is back for more misadventures - from the bars of North Africa to the fast greens of Scotland. Whether cadding for his RSM, winning a quiz competition, falling in love or knocking out villainous Arabi traders, McAuslan remains a 'rerr terr'. a sequel to " The General Danced at Dawn" Nice sharp copy, slight fading along edges of green paper over boards, Dj protected in sleeve has 1" tear near spine, else fine. 1st US Edition.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$35.00

Green Hand

By Beckwith, Lillian

London: Hutchinson, 1967 Novel set in a fishing community on the West Coast of Scotland. Jacket dsign by Douglas Hall. Name of previous owner blacked out on ffep, else near fine. DJ scuffed with some nicks now protected in plastic sleeve.. 1st UK Ed. Hardcover. Very Good/Good with slight chips & Tear.

$15.00

A Rope - in Case

By Beckwith, Lillian

London: Hutchinson, 1968 More amusing relections on life in the Hebrides by 'Miss Peckwitt' Attractive illustrated dj by Douglas Hall. Name of previous owner on ffep. Name of previous owner on ffep. 1st UK Ed. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good, Price Clipped. Illus. by Douglas Hall.

$20.00

Shannon's Way

By Cronin, A.J

Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1948 Shannon's Way is a 1948 novel by Scots author, A. J. Cronin. It continues the story of Robert Shannon from Cronin's previous novel, The Green Years (1944). Robert trains to be a doctor at the fictional Levenford Infirmary (Levenford is loosely based on Dumbarton), and falls in love with Jean Law, a young medical student belonging to the Plymouth Brethren who rejects him when she discovers that he has deceived her about his history and religion (he is a Roman Catholic). He develops an interest in a disease contracted from infected cows' milk, and devotes his spare time to researching it: it turns out to be brucellosis. Dr. Shannon contracts a nervous breakdown when he completes the project only to find that someone else has anticipated his results, and is nursed by and marries Jean. Neat Clean unmarked copy. 1st Can Ed.. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good, Slight Chips & Tear.

$15.00

The Gleam in the North

By Broster, D.K

London: Penguin, 1974 Second volume of a trilogy about the Jacobites and Bonnie Prince Charlie (This is part 2 of a set and the parts will NOT be sold seperately). Reprint. Pbk. Near Fine.

$10.00

The Flight of the Heron
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The Flight of the Heron

By Broster, D.K

London: Penguin, 1975 First volume of a trilogy about the Jacobites and Bonnie Prince Charlie (This is part 1 of a set and the parts will NOT be sold seperately). Reprint. Pbk.. Near Fine.

$10.00

The Dark Mile

By Broster, D.K

London: Penguin, 1975 Third volume of trilogy about the Jacobites and Bonnie Prince Charlie (This is part 3 of a set and the parts will NOT be sold seperately). Reprint. Pbk.. Near Fine.

$10.00

The General Danced at Dawn
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The General Danced at Dawn

By Fraser,George MacDonald

London: Fontana/Collins, 1988 In North Africa and Scotland that walking disaster Private McAuslan, the dirtiest soldier in the world, appears in various roles as football supporter in Malta, Highland dancer, guard at Edinburgh Castle, defendant at a Court martial, and participant in Highland Games. First Pbk.Ed... Trade Paperback. Near Fine.

$12.50

The Loud Halo

By Beckwith, Lillian

London: Hutchinson, 1964 More amusing relections on life in the Hebrides by 'Miss Peckwitt' Attractive illustrated dj by Douglas Hall. Name of previous owner on ffep.. 1st UK Edition.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket. Illus. by Douglas Hall.

$20.00

Alexander the Glorious

By Oliver, Jane

London: Collins, 1965 Novel set in Medieval Scotland in the reign of Alexander III.. 1st.UK Ed.. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.

$30.00

The General Danced at Dawn
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The General Danced at Dawn

By Fraser,George MacDonald

London: Pan, 1972 In North Africa and Scotland that walking disaster Private McAuslan, the dirtiest soldier in the world, appears in various roles as football supporter in Malta, Highland dancer, guard at Edinburgh Castle, defendant at a Court martial, and participant in Highland Games. First Pbk.Ed... Trade Paperback. Near Fine.

$12.00

Maid of Honour : The Court of Mary Queen of Scots
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Maid of Honour : The Court of Mary Queen of Scots

By Byrd, Elizabeth

London: Pan, 1979 Exceptionally clean crisp copy - looks unread. First Pbk.Ed... Pbk. Fine.

$15.00

The Marchman
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The Marchman

By Tranter, Nigel

London: Coronet/ Hodder & Stoughton, 1997 The compelling 16th. century story of John Maxwell, Warden ot the West March. First Pbk.Ed... Pbk. Near Fine.

$10.00

The Candlemass Road
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The Candlemass Road

By Fraser,George MacDonald

London: HarperCollins, 1996 Based on real events of 400 years past, this is a vivid depiction of the terror and brutality of life on the Anglo-Scottish Border. To the young Lady Margaret Dacre, raised in the rich security of Queen Elizabeth's court, the Scottish Border is a land of blood and violence, where her inheritance lay at the mercy of the outlaws and feuding tribes of England's last frontier. Beyond the law's protection, alone but for her servants and an elderly priest, Lady Margaret must somehow find the means to fight the terror approaching from the northern night.. Reprint. Trade Paperback. As New.

$12.50

Legend in Green Velvet
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Legend in Green Velvet

By Peters, Elizabeth

New York: Dodd Mead & Co, 1976 1st US Ed... Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good, Slight Chips.

$21.00

Lightly Poached

By Beckwith, Lillian

London: Hutchinson, 1973 More amusing relections on life in the Hebrides by 'Miss Peckwitt' Attractive illustrated dj by Douglas Hall, (but marked with some small brown stains). 1st UK Edition.. Hard. Fine/Very Good.

$25.00

The Captive Crown
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The Captive Crown

By Tranter, Nigel

London: Coronet/ Hodder & Stoughton, 1980 "The third of a trilogy of novels about the rise of the House of Stewart". Pbk. Fine.

$7.50

Robert the Bruce : Steps to the Empty Throne
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Robert the Bruce : Steps to the Empty Throne

By Tranter, Nigel

London: Coronet/ Hodder & Stoughton, 1977 First part of fictional trilogy about Robert the Bruce. Pbk. Fine.

$10.00

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