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Soft Cover Books


The Whiskey Smugglers

CODE: B-118

$15.25   $13.25
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The Whiskey Smugglers - At Ferintosh in the North East of Scotland, the distillery was burnt down because the owner Duncan Forbes, has supported the restoration of the Protestant Monarchy of 1688. In recompense the Scottish Parliament gave him the privilege of making whisky from the grain grown on his own estate without paying taxes. This privilege enable Forbes and his family to produce whiskey at a price and quality which their rivals could not match.

Tunes of Glory

CODE: B-066

$13.25

Tunes of Glory - Stories, history, traditions, music and humor of the Highland Bagpipe. A great history of the Bagpipe. If you're a piper or interested in piping then this is a book you need to know about.


Tell it to a Glaswegian

CODE: B-113

$13.25
Tell it to a Glaswegian - Gie ye the gift o' the Glescaranto? Nae problem, pal! This is the book that talks the language of Scotland's greatest city as Albert Mackie sorts out the bawheaids and the bamsticks from the Kelvinside panloafs and the Dalmarnock diehards. Page after page of wickedly funny stories from Glesca.

Robert the Bruce Our Most Valiant Prince

CODE: B-275

$18.95   $18.50
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Commemorating the 700th anniversary of the enthronement of Robert I of Scotland, this book is intended as an everyman’s guide to Scotland’s famous hero king. The life of Bruce is one of the greatest comeback stories in history. Heir and magnate, shrewd politician, briefly ‘king of summer’ and then a desperate fugitive who nevertheless returned from exile to recover the kingdom he claimed, Bruce became a gifted military leader and a wise statesman, a leader with vision and energy.


Macbeth - And all That

CODE: B-287

$7.95

Macbeth And All That - is a real-life adventure packed with historical facts about Scotland’s infamous king. Journey back to the dark ages where the throne is splattered in blood and death lurks in every corner. Join Macbeth’s quest for power – and find out why the truth is very different from the way Shakespeare told it.