A Fistful Of Scots

Author: Suzanne Enoch
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
ISBN: 1250142180
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Rugged highlanders and beautiful lasses abound in A Fistful of Scots, the complete stunning Scottish historical romance series from New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Enoch, now in an amazingly low-priced ebook bundle.

Spy For The Queen Of Scots

Author: Theresa Breslin
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1407075721
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'Get these people out of here!' It was my turn to give orders to Duncan Alexander,
and to his credit he didn't hesitate in emptying the room of the gawping servants
and courtiers who'd run in at the sound of Marys screams. The cardinal was no
match for a demented woman and was losing his grip on her wrists as Mary
Hailed her arms about. With one hand now free, she tore off her headdress and
grabbed a fistful of her own hair to wrench it from her head. 'Mary!' I shouted in
her ear.

Scottish Theatre Diversity Language Continuity

Author: Ian Brown
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9401209944
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My own The Fork (1976), presented by Gay Sweatshop in London and Edinburgh
, explored issues of gender politics and gay sexuality some years before other
Scottish playwrights dealt directly with these issues, although Benedict Scott had
dealt with them indirectly in Lambs of God (1948). John Morris's How Mad
Tulloch Was Taken Away (1976) examined class conflict in the army. Howard
Purdie's A Fistful of East Wind (1977) explored the pretensions of middle class

The Global Sports Arena

Author: John Bale
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135195862
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few seasons to their playing careers, a fistful of dollars to their bank accounts, but
my basic point remains: when talking about the Scottish footballer going 'abroad'
England is the premier destination. SOUTH OF THE BORDER Some readers
may demur. England 'abroad'? How can this be? No visas are required to cross
the border and there are no language barriers (though plenty of English jokes
about the 'impenetrable' Scots accent). The only documentation that has ever
been ...

Scottish Girls About Town

Author: Jenny Colgan
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743498607
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I'd never been to the festival, but I had jealous memories of our terrible student
drama club at Birmingham coming back tired, skint, overweight and with
glandular fever. I wanted a bit of that. So now I'd split up with boring, boring
bloody Warren, that fat boring twat who put on what felt like half a stone a week
throughout our nine-month relationship and still had the bloody cheek to dump
me. “Yes, Nat,” he had proclaimed, his chubby hand clutching a fistful of Twiglets.
“Maybe if you'd ...

Love Beyond Reason A Scottish Time Travel Romance

Author: Bethany Claire
Publisher: Bethany Claire Books
ISBN: 0989950255
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... fistful of springy red curls behind her ears, the principal's words doing nothing
to calm her down. “I know. I know all of this, but something has gone wrong. Bri is
the least impulsive person I've ever known. She lives every day by a strict
schedule, and she's my best friend. She would not abandon me without good
reason, and she wouldn't miss the wedding. She knows I'd kill her myself.” As he
drummed his fingers back and forth on the top of his desk, Mitsy had to grab onto
both of her ...

Scottish Mammals

Author: Robin Hull
Publisher: Birlinn
ISBN: 0857905457
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... cock their ears and box with the bravado of a film boxer; jack is there for the
women who watch and cheer.' (Day 1943) Hares meet like strange dogs who,
after mutual appraisal, drive each other in circles until facing each other. They
beat each other with their forepads until they flash 'in two different directions and
the meadow is empty, while over the battlefield floats a fistful of fluff, light as
thistledown.' (Lorenz 1952) Ovulation occurs immediately after mating, ensuring

Scottish Rock

Author: Gary Latter
Publisher: Pesda Press
ISBN: 1906095078
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Climb a short slab and move left to enter a chimney. Climb this and the crack
above with increasing difficulty. Hug a curious column before making committing
moves up the crucial headwall. •8. A Fistful of Dollarite. 2. 25m E1 5b FA Willie
Jeffrey & Noel Williams 16 June 1996 The prominent right-facing corner. A
Camalot #4 is useful (but not essential) for the entertaining finishing offwidth. •9.
Venture Capital. 3. 30mHVs5a FA Stevie Abbott & Noel Williams 16 July 1995
Superb climbing ...

Defender A Scottish American Fairy Tale

Author: Travis Salisbury
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1365375293
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She wondered what it would feel like to put her arms around him when he was
wearing warm leather. She remembered how good he smelled. A waitress came
and offered them dessert. They both declined. Somehow, the day seemed a little
cloudier. But maybe the air was a little clearer as well. Each of them knew where
they stood with the other. Gareth stood up and stretched like a cat. Then he threw
a fistful of money on the table. Gareth was always throwing money somewhere.

Modern Scottish Gaelic Poems

Author: Domhnall MacAmhlaigh
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 9780811206310
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As Thomson clearly expresses it, The heart tied to a tethering post. . . . and the
mind free. I bought its freedom dearly. They have become In-cultural and it is this
situation, a notoriously uneasy one, which creates the tension from which a great
deal of their poetry derives. The ambivalence the poet feels about his position is
expressed in for example, Smith's "Going Home". Tomorrow I shall go home to
my island. . . . I will lift a fistful of its earth in my hands or I will sit on a hillock of the
mind ...