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The Glaswegian

Author : Kenny Adamson
ISBN : 9781625162014
Genre : Fiction
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The Glaswegian: Part One is a captivating international thriller that's the first book in a trilogy by Kenny Adamson. After performing terrible retribution on the twin brothers he believes brutally murdered his heavily pregnant young wife Janette, Sandy MacLeod joins the army and is seconded into the Intelligence Corps. While on leave to Saudi Arabia during training he meets Osama bin Laden through another cadet. MacLeod's first assignment takes him to Pakistan to help train the Afghan Mujahideen to fight the Russians. There he discovers a halfway house in Islamabad, owned and run by his friend bin Laden, who he travels with to Afghanistan to fight in the battle of Jaji. On their return bin Laden tells Sandy he believes Saddam Hussein in Iraq will attack Kuwait. Back in London he grows disgusted when his intelligence is ignored and he is put on leave. After traveling to Tanzania to help a friend avenge another murder and reclaim his rightful property, MacLeod receives an email from his brother, proving he killed the wrong men for the murder of his wife. Resigning his commission, he heads for Glasgow to deal with the real murderers. There he purchases a castle near Pitlochry where something very strange happens! Kenny Adamson was born in Glasgow, Scotland and currently lives in Swindon in England. Now retired after a career in the debt collection industry, the author devotes as much of his time to writing as possible. The Glaswegian: Part One is his first book as well as the first in a trilogy. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/KennyAdamson
Category: Fiction

The Heart Of Glasgow

Author : Jack House
ISBN : 9781906476632
Genre : History
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Heart of Glasgow is still regarded as THE quintessential book on Glasgow. It stays strictly within the bounds of what has always been referred to as 'the City', that is the area resembling a cross and consisting of the High Street from as far north as the cathedral down to Bridgegate on the Clyde with the east-west thoroughfare stretching accross the High Street through the Trongate and down what was to become Argyle Street. Here, and in the surrounding closes, courts, backlands, feus and glebes all human life was to be found. Jack House's seminal work is presented in the form of a tour ensuring that it will appeal to Glaswegians and visitors alike. On it he introduces the reader to many places, some familiar, some not so, and sadly today, many now long gone. This all acts as a wonderful counterpoint to foreword writer Jack Maclean's Glasgow of today. Since Jack House first wrote this book the city has changed dramatically but within the heart of it, change has been less obvious and the medieval layout of the city still remains. These are the streets that Jack takes the reader through in a book which is neither guide, nor formal history, but something in between the two. It is a journey every visitor to Glasgow should take.
Category: History

A Stirling Diary

Author : Shelley D. Lane
ISBN : 9781450240529
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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She peered into the steaming crater of Mt. Aetna, slid up an icy mountain in Bavaria, and was marched to a shabby police station in Tunisia. She also had some important decisions to make while she spent her junior year abroad as an exchange student at the University of Stirling in Scotland. Should she remain dependent on her noncommittal boyfriend or should she risk loneliness and abandon her dreams of their future? Should she focus on marriage, attend graduate school, or should she begin a career? What should she do with her life? The rousing narrative in A Stirling Diary chronicles humorous encounters with Brit-speak, rollicking adventures in Europe and Africa, and the appreciation of and affection for the Scottish people. Shelley shares honest and occasionally raw descriptions of her struggles to adapt not only to various cultures but also to discover her own self-worth in the process. A Stirling Diary is not just a fascinating travel journal; its also an inspiring personal story that illustrates the transformation of an insecure young girl to an empowered young woman who looks inward to survive betrayal and depression.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Glasgow Curse

Author : William Lobban
ISBN : 9780857906090
Genre : True Crime
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This chilling and disturbing memoir tells the story of one of Glasgow's most notorious criminals. In his own words, William Lobban tells how he was born in Exeter Prison to a violent, schizophrenic mother. His upbringing in the East End of Glasgow was just as bleak, and he ended up in care, destined for a life of violence and insecurity. Aged only 15 he masterminded a daring break-in to a Glasgow pub, and many years of armed robberies, dealing class A drugs and gang fights followed. When he wasn't causing mayhem on the streets, Lobban was serving terms in various young offenders' institutions and prisons, where he was involved in some of the most serious prison riots of recent years. In the course of his criminal career Lobban became closely associated with the infamous Paul Ferris, who was later to incriminate him as the murderer of fellow gangster Arthur Thompson Jr. Police also believed that Lobban was the man behind the brutal double killing of Bobby Glover and Joe 'Bananas' Hanlon, but none of these charges was made to stick. Finally released from prison in 1998, Lobban decided to walk away from a life of crime, but at first it proved impossible for him to break the way of life that had moulded him, and only in recent years has he found a measure of peace and stability. In this searing expose of the Glasgow underworld he reveals the true facts behind those crimes which he really committed, and those of which he is falsely accused
Category: True Crime

No Mean Glasgow

Author : Colin MacFarlane
ISBN : 9781845969745
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In his last book, The Real Gorbals Story, Colin MacFarlane detailed how he witnessed a once great area, home to wonderful characters and grand old buildings, disappear before his eyes. By the time MacFarlane's tenement was knocked down in the early 1970s, he had left school and been rehoused in another part of the city. In an attempt to extricate himself from his Gorbals gang days, he took a job as an apprentice chef at one of Glasgow's top restaurants, where he soon discovered that his colleagues were just as insane as those he had mixed with on the city streets. Meanwhile, MacFarlane struggled to integrate into the more affluent area that his family had been moved to and soon found himself returning to his old haunts and back in trouble again. In No Mean Glasgow, MacFarlane charts his eventful, fun-packed passage from Gorbals street boy to grown man on the brink of a new beginning. He describes his adventures with a mixture of humour, sadness and delight. It is a book for those people living all over the world who remember the old Glasgow - a city teeming with warmth, passion, patter and characters who could brighten up even the darkest of days.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Punch

Author : Mark Lemon
ISBN : MINN:319510019145549
Genre : English wit and humor
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Rob Roy

Author : Walter Scott
ISBN : PRNC:32101074878552
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Transport World

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105125356332
Genre : Electric railroads
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Category: Electric railroads

The Critic

Author : Jeannette Leonard Gilder
ISBN : HARVARD:HNXXBI
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Art Culture

Author : John Ruskin
ISBN : UOM:39015008410931
Genre : Aesthetics
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Category: Aesthetics

Forspoken

Author : Ajay Close
ISBN : UOM:39015043790917
Genre : Accidents
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Category: Accidents

The New Republic

Author : Herbert David Croly
ISBN : UCSD:31822019540616
Genre : Political science
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Category: Political science

Genesis

Author : Tony Banks
ISBN : UOM:39015074275887
Genre : Rock musicians
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This book is the first time in over 20 years that Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel and Mike Rutherford have collaborated creatively on a project, working together to create the complete history of Genesis. It is a story that spans 30 years and 30 albums selling a staggering 212 million copies worldwide. It embraces world tours that have played to 25 million people and it covers the high-profile departure over the years of one vocalist, (Peter Gabriel), one highly influential guitarist (Steve Hackett) and their best-known drummer and vocalist (Phil Collins). Key fellow members of the band, management, road crew and entourage have also been interviewed, including Jonathan King (their first manager, who got Genesis signed to Decca in 1967), long-time cohort and road manager Richard MacPhail, Anthony Phillips (guitarist, founder member to 1970), Tony Smith (manager since 1973), drummers Bill Bruford, Chris Stewart and John Silver, and Ray Wilson, the Genesis vocalist after Phil Collins.
Category: Rock musicians

The Caledonian

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ISBN : NYPL:33433081673083
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