The Hills Are Stuffed With Swedish Girls

Author: Richard Happer
Paperback: 255 pages
ISBN: 9780956242808
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You're girlfriend has left you, you've been fired from your job and you're poetry writing isn't going anywhere. At this point in your life then, the idea of walking the West Highland Way with your mates in search of gorgeous Swedish girls sounds like a good one. Unfortunately one of your mates is mad and the other can't cope without food from Waitrose. Add to this the fact that you can't leave the cat home alone the trip is already sounding dangerous. Join Fitch, Wentworth, Macrae and Jonesy the cat as they set out to enjoy the Scottish scenery and hopeful find a glen full of Swedish girls.


Author: Robert Harris
Paperback: 400 pages
ISBN: 9780099527893
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It's April 1964 and Hitler is about to celebrate his 75th birthday. Xavier March, a detective in the Kriminalpolizei, is called out to a body found floating in a lake. It isn't long before his investigation is noticed by the SS and things quickly spiral out of control. What secret could be worth going to such lengths to protect and how high up the Reich does the conspiracy to cover up the murder really go?

Map Addict

Author: Mike Parker
Hardback: 288 pages
ISBN: 9780007300846
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Do you have a drawer full of OS maps? Do you spend hours looking over maps to plan a holiday? DO you take half a dozen maps on a car journey instead of a single road atlas? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you are probably a map addict. Self confessed map addict, Mike Parker, blends his enthusiasm for maps with mapping trivia, history and tales of his map guided travels to produce a book that will fascinate and entertain anyone with a love of maps. A thoroughly great read!

Why Does E=mc2?

Author: Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw
Paperback: 242 pages
ISBN: 9780306819117
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E=mc2 is one of the defining formulas of the twentieth century yet few of us really understand what it means or appreciate the ramifications of such a simple looking formula. In this book physicists Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw attempt to correct this situation by deriving and explaining Einstein's famous formula using little more than the Euclidean geometry we all know and love from our days at school! This isn't a book for physicists but for anyone who wants to know more about possibly the most famous formula of all time.

Dead Tomorrow

Author: Peter James
Series: Roy Grace, Book 5
Paperback: 500 pages
ISBN: 9780330456777
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When a dredger sucks up a body wrapped in plastic and weighted down with bricks from the coast of Brighton, Roy Grace hopes it is a simple case of a sea burial in the wrong place. Unfortunately the body is missing most of it's internal organs. Before long Grace is deep in the murky world of human trafficking. Can he solve the murder, and at what cost to those in Brighton?