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    Waverley Books

    The G&G imprint was established in 1988. In 2007 G&G developed a second publishing list called Waverley Books, to focus on Scottish titles – Children's, Food and drink, Nature and natural world, and Non-fiction of Scottish interest.                         

    Waverley has created a genuine tartan cloth notebook and journal range, working with Kinloch Anderson based in Edinburgh, and continues with a general publishing programme that includes children’s, and non-fiction, cookery, fiction and leisure interest.

    Today, operating within Gresham, G&G remains as an established brand for publishing and exports popular, affordable and useful books such as dictionaries, bi-lingual books, English grammar and usage texts, for language learning as well as books on Self-Help, Diet & Health and Mind, Body & Spirit. 

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    The Bookshop Detective

    When a ghost ship is spotted on the horizon one spring evening, bookseller Eleanor Mace decides to investigate the myths and legends of the Devon seaside town where she runs her bookshop. Her investigation leads her to the heart of a mystery with a difference, with romantic, witty twists along the way.

    French Kisses and a London Affair

    Two witty novellas: In French Kisses, Rachel is living in France with her family when her love-rat husband runs off with a dance teacher, leaving Rachel to transform their home into a guest house. In A London Affair, Kate leaves home for a job in a London deli and soon finds herself at the centre of a delicatessen dating adventure.

    Gaelic - English Dictionary

    Once the national language of Scotland, Gaelic was gradually overtaken by Scots and in the 19th century its use was actively discouraged. The language is now enjoying a revival and this dictionary is a handy guide to the ancient Celtic language.

    The Complete Poems and Songs of Robert Burns

    Robert Burns is more than Scotland's national poet. With Shakespeare, Burns is an icon for the UK and Scotland he is a national symbol. This volume of poems and songs is a best selling, beautiful edition of his work.

    Greyfriars Bobby - The Story of an Edinburgh Dog

    This classic, illustrated book tells the story of the famous faithful Skye terrier, Greyfriars Bobby, who watched over his master's grave for 14 years in Greyfriars Churchyard, Edinburgh.

    Greyfriars Bobby

    This bestselling novel Greyfriars Bobby is based on the true story of the love of a Skye terrier called Bobby for his master in nineteenth-century Edinburgh. The little dog waited for his master, after his master died, and the local people cared for him.

    Robert Burns in Your Pocket: A Biography, and Selected Poems and Songs, of Scotland's National Poet

    Robert Burns is more than Scotland's national poet. This compact little book contains an illustrated selection of Burns' most acclaimed and best loved poems and songs, a biography, and introduction to each poem.

    Scottish Jokes

    A collection of jokes that combines favourite, classic Scottish oldies, with fresh jokes about our favourite stereotypes that make you laugh. It presents an irreverent view of Scotland and the Scots.

    Waverley Books