Fascinating New Non-Fiction
The compelling story of over 5000 years of Scottish art, told by renowned contemporary Scottish artist and broadcaster, Lachlan Goudie.
Come by The Hills follows Cameron McNeish's popular 2018 memoir, There's Always the Hills, and celebrates his life on the Scottish hills, his many friendships with hill-goers, writers, broadcasters and active people of all kinds.
A stunning collection of essays and memoir from twice Booker Prize winner and international bestseller Hilary Mantel, author of The Mirror and the Light
Beautifully written, touching and laugh out loud funny, OLIVE, MABEL AND ME is a treat for dog lovers everywhere.
The printer was not the only villain, though, and Harley had to find the unknown writers who wished to bring the government down. Full of original research, The Paper Chase tears through the backstreets of London and its corridors of power as Edwards's allegiances waver and Harley's grasp on parliament threatens to slip.
A short history of Britain's favourite food and drink; from strawberries to spaghetti, tomatoes to tea, and how we have enjoyed them over the centuries
A richly illustrated celebration of the history, design and evolution of the menu, from the Financial Times's long-standing restaurant critic
The third cookbook from the million-copy bestselling and record-breaking creators of Pinch of Nom (the UK's most popular food blog) including over one hundred simple and tasty slimming recipes.
Unique exploration of the people and food of Central Asia, follow-up to the award-winning Black Sea
The entertaining story of British cuisine and the hidden role it plays in our political, social and cultural lives.
It is the story of how we came to make this, our greatest mistake - and how, if we act now, we can yet put it right.We have one final chance to create the perfect home for ourselves and restore the wonderful world we inherited.' All we need is the will to do so.'
Optimistic field notes from the new normal for nature
Fifty international words for snow - explored by an award-winning writer - that will enchant readers this Christmas.
With a foreword by Sir David Attenborough and over 250 breathtaking images, including stills from the BBC Natural History Unit's spectacular footage, Seven Worlds, One Planet is a stunning exploration of the planet, and the worlds within it, that we call home.
The Whale in Your Room follows the thrilling adventures of BBC Blue Planet producer, John Ruthven, on a journey of discovery that helped the marine world flow into your living room via the TV.
An awestruck love letter to one of the most spectacular places on earth, from the author of international bestseller The Eight Mountains Paolo Cognetti marked his 40th birthday with a journey he had always wanted to make: to Dolpo, a remote Himalayan region where Nepal meets Tibet.
A practical guide by two world experts to codebreaking and solving cryptograms. There are tens of thousands of such cryptograms, both modern and historical, many of which remain unsolved. The guide is complemented by both success stories and details of unsolved encryption mysteries.
A series of code-breaking and map-reading puzzles inspired by the most consequential events of modern times.
Solve the clues and find the treasure in this puzzle adventure from the phenomenal bestselling Ordnance Survey Puzzle Books.
A celebration of the irreplaceable magic of language. Here is the evocative vocabulary, wit and wisdom of the Scots language - in 1,000 gems.
From renowned, Pulitzer Prize-winning literary critic, Michiko Kakutani, comes an inspiring and gorgeously illustrated selection of the life-changing books that none of us should miss
A road trip book with a difference. Stars of Outlander - Sam Heughan & Graham McTavish - explore Scotland, a land of raw beauty, poetry, feuding, music, history, and warfare.
Let Secret Edinburgh guide you around the unusual and unfamiliar. Step off the beaten track with this fascinating Edinburgh guide book and let our local experts show you the well-hidden treasures of this amazing city. Ideal for local inhabitants, curious visitors and armchair travellers alike.