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  • CSI Glasgow (The Opening Trilogy)
    CSI Glasgow (The Opening Trilogy)

    CSI Glasgow : The first three novels in Lin Anderson’s forensic scientist Rhona MacLeod series in one volume (Driftnet, Torch, Deadly Code)Driftnet: A teenage boy is found mutilated in a Glasgow flat. Forensic scientist Rhona MacLeod is called to the scene, but her grim task is even more unsettling than normal by the boy's remarkable resemblance to her - Could he be the son she gave up for adoption seventeen years before?Amidst the turmoil of her own love life and consumed by guilt from the past...

  •  Glasgow

    Not only has Glasgow produced some incredible personalities, it has also been witness to some of the greatest happenings of our times. These outstanding people and epoch-making events are featured in Glasgow: Tales of the City. As a result of painstaking research, some startling new facts have emerged about the life and times of some of the city's most interesting characters. The many individuals documented in this book include the world's greatest pilot, whose many flying feats are still held...

  • Glasgow Central Station Through Time
    Glasgow Central Station Through Time

    Originally opened in August 1879, Central Station became a Glasgow landmark and one of Scotland's great buildings following a rebuild between 1901 and 1905 supervised by Caledonian Railway chief engineer Donald Matheson.

  • Guide to Glasgow
    Guide to Glasgow

    The bible of Glasgow includes all you need to prepare in advance and adore your city trip. It contains the most interesting sights, restaurants, shops and advises what to do when you are in Glasgow as well as some useful information about its night life. Including valuable information and an in-depth advice, it is an essential reading for everyone!

  • Glasgow Almanac
    Glasgow Almanac

    The contents of this Ebook first appeared in the Glasgow Evening Times over the course of the last decade as 250-word vignettes on people, places and happenings. They are therefore concise and to the point and allow easy access to the history of Glasgow. Arranged thematically The Glasgow Almanac covers the social history of the city from its earliest beginnings. The chapter headings are:ArchitectureEducationEnter tainmentFood and DrinkLaw and CrimeMedicine, ReligionShipbuildingSport,Trad eTransportWar...

  • The Railways of Glasgow
    The Railways of Glasgow

    The city of Glasgow, formerly one of the largest industrial centres in the world, was once responsible for building about one-quarter of the world's railway locomotives. This was complemented by a massive urban railway network: the second largest in the UK. However, the Beeching Report of 1963 inevitably took its toll on Glasgow. This book examines the changing face of Glasgow's railways ever since, starting with the period of rationalisation and industrial decline that followed. It also explores...

  • Glasgow Crimefighter
    Glasgow Crimefighter

    For decades, a war to control Glasgow’s streets has been waged. On one side are some of the most violent and dangerous criminals in the world and, on the other, a police force with officers as hard as the gangsters, striving to keep the city safe. In GLASGOW CRIMEFIGHTER, legendary detective Les Brown tells the extraordinary and controversial inside story of his part in this conflict during his twenty-two years as a Glasgow detective. Throughout this time, he dealt with gangland bosses like Arthur...

  • Glasgow Walks
    Glasgow Walks

    Glasgow Walks is the essential guide to the city, providing an introduction to Glasgow’s history and culture as it leads the walker through this city of contrasts. The step-by-step commentary and specially commissioned maps and illustrations highlight many of the unique aspects of Glasgow’s style and character: taking you from the mediæval splendour of the Cathedral to the modern masterpieces of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Whether you are on holiday or simply exploring your own city, this guide is...

  • Travel to Glasgow
    Travel to Glasgow

    The fundamental, most exclusive guide to exploring Glasgow incorporates au courant considerations of the supreme spots to visit, and things to watch as well as the best places to eat at. All the necessities to get to the core of Glasgow, the guide is the outcome of months of research by our experienced and determined authors and travel authorities who obsessed themselves in Glasgow and its secrets, bringing to light exclusive risky and unexpected undertakings and use in common with others practical...

  • Flights to Glasgow from Mackay
    Flights to Glasgow from Mackay

    Information on airlines (and their partners) that fly to Glasgow, United Kingdom.

  • Glasgow PopOut Map
    Glasgow PopOut Map

    This uniquely designed Glasgow PopOut Map features one map of the city of Glasgow, as well as some information about what to see on your visit.

  • Glasgow Streetfinder
    Glasgow Streetfinder

    It features clear colourful mapping, a large scale central area and a rail and subway network map of Glasgow. It also includes full colour map detail with a Key to Symbols in English, French and German and a large scale 6 inches to 1 mile of the central area. It also shows one way streets, pedestrian areas, car parks, station etc. as well as all important buildings and places of interest.

  • Escocia. Glasgow
    Escocia. Glasgow

    El capítulo 4 de la guía de Escocia incluye la visita a la ciudad de Glasgow y sus principales puntos de interés como George Square, Ruta Mackintosh, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, el Glasgow Science Centre y los edificios futuristas de la orilla del río Clyde, Paisley..., así como una amplia reseña de pubs, restaurantes, tiendas y alojamientos en la ciudad.

  • Lost Glasgow
    Lost Glasgow

    In this informative and beautifully illustrated book, Carol Foreman traces Glasgow's history primarily through buildings which have been demolished, but which played a central part in the city's story at one time or another. Beginning with the Medieval age, the book is comprised of four parts spanning more than eight centuries: the Medieval town; from Reformation to the Act of Union; the Merchant City, and finally the Victorian Age. "Lost Glasgow" provides a fascinating picture of how the city evolved...

  • Death by Glasgow
    Death by Glasgow

    DEATH BY GLASGOW was shortlisted for the 2012 CWA Debut Dagger Award. Detective Inspector Sharkey has a new partner to fight crime, problem is his new partner wears Gucci suits and Dolce & Gabbana 3-inch heels. When he learns that his daughter has been brutally murdered, he has to hit the mean streets of Glasgow with his fashionista side-kick to find the killer.   And what he doesn't know just might kill him… his new partner is involved in his daughter's death.

  • Glasgow Zen
    Glasgow Zen

    A superb new collection of haiku and other short poetic forms on the theme of Glasgow – its people, landscape, culture. As always, Spence is uniquely illuminating, witty and delightful. Incorporating some of the poems which appeared decades ago in the much sought-after collection of the same title, Glasgow Zen includes mostly new material from this highly popular and exquisite poet.

  • A Glasgow Mosaic
    A Glasgow Mosaic

    With this book is completed a trilogy of works begun in 2005 with This City Now: Glasgow and its Working Class Past, and continuing with Clydeside; Red Orange and Green in 2009. The three books have all had similar aims in trying to raise the profile of forgotten or neglected areas and aspects of Glasgow and its history, in a small way trying to boost the esteem in which such places are held by the people who live in there and by those who visit.Moving away slightly from the working class focus,...

  • The Heart of Glasgow
    The Heart of Glasgow

    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...

  • Glasgow Greens
    Glasgow Greens

    Glasgow Greens is a selection of 100 creative vegetarian recipes by Kathryn Hamilton, which were first published in the Saturday Times, Glasgow's leading weekend paper. They deliciously illustrate how vegetarian food has moved on from the stodge of the 70s into a real, cosmopolitan cuisine of the 21st century. These recipes possess an innovative and accessible approach to vegetarian cookery. They include Fennel & Mushroom Gratin, Pumpkin Gnocchi, Celeriac & Pinto Bean Soup, Roasted Baby Beetroot...

  • On Glasgow and Edinburgh
    On Glasgow and Edinburgh

    A mere forty miles apart, these cities have enjoyed a scratchy rivalry since wistful Edinburgh lost parliamentary sovereignty and defiant Glasgow came into its industrial promise. Crawford brings them to life between the covers of one book, in a tale that mixes novelty and familiarity, as Scotland’s cultural capital and largest commercial city do.

  • Glasgow with a Flourish
    Glasgow with a Flourish

    Glasgow is a great city. Struck by the large number of Glaswegians who have contributed to this greatness but are no longer remembered, Michael Meighan set out to correct this by producing short biographies of a few of these great people, hugely famous in their time and now all but forgotten

  • Century of Glasgow
    Century of Glasgow

    Annotation Includes photographs which illustrates the transformation that has taken place in Glasgow during the 20th century. This book offers an insight into the daily lives and living conditions of local people and gives the reader glimpses and details of familiar places during a century of unprecedented change.

  • No Mean Glasgow
    No Mean Glasgow

    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...

  • They Belonged to Glasgow
    They Belonged to Glasgow

    Glasgow's current status as a cult city with a worldwide reputation for chic clubs and hip hotels is deserved, but its humble origins lie in the medieval town based around the High Street and in the numerous villages which once lay outside the city boundaries. As the city spread these communities, such as like Anderston and Partick, were consumed and the social conditions within them gradually altered. This book charts these changes through eye-witness accounts drawn from archives and the local presses...

  • Our Glasgow
    Our Glasgow

    This ebook edition contains the full text version as per the book. Doesn't include original photographic and illustrated material. This oral history of Glasgow spans most of the last century - a time of economic downturn and eventual renewal, in which the many communities making up the city experienced upheavals that tore some apart and brought others closer together. It tells of the beating heart of no mean city in the words of the people who made it what it is. Piers Dudgeon has listened to dozens...

  • Gangs of Glasgow
    Gangs of Glasgow

    In the twenty-first century, Glasgow is still a city living down a fearsome reputation for crime. And for some citizens of the Dear Green Place, brawling is in the blood and gang warfare is a way of life. The stinking deprivation of the Gorbals and the East End, deprivation that helped spawn pre-war gangs like the Billy Boys, the Norman Conks and the Redskins, is largely gone, but in each era new gangs have risen to take their place. Battles over turf and control of the drugs trade still regularly...

  • Edinburgh & Glasgow
    Edinburgh & Glasgow

    This is based on our 592-page Adventure Guide to Scotland, but it zeroes in on Edinburgh and Glasgow. Also included is an extensive introductory section on Scotland as a whole. Comprehensive background information - history, culture, geography and climate - gives you a solid knowledge of each area and its people. Regional chapters take you on an introductory tour, with stops at museums, historic sites and local attractions. Places to stay and eat; transportation to, from and around your destination...

  • The Glasgow Smile
    The Glasgow Smile

    Few cities can rival Glasgow for their contribution to the history of British humour. From the gladiatorial atmosphere of the old Empire Theatre,dubbed the 'graveyard of English comics', to the front-page controversies of Frankie Boyle today, the city and its citizens have trademarked their own two-fisted brand of confrontational, but always hilarious, comedy. In this, the first dedicated overview, Allan Brown gives a historical,kaleidoscopic and encyclopedic account of the people, places, performers...

  • A Glasgow Trilogy
    A Glasgow Trilogy

    Introduced by Gordon Jarvie. Distinguished by irony, compassion and the author’s own dry wit, these three novels paint a memorable picture of life in the streets, schools and tenements of Glasgow in the 1950s and 60s. With a unique vision of loneliness, old age, sexual longing, hot young blood and youth’s casual cruelty, George Friel’s books explore a dark comedy of tangled communication, human need and fading community. All these elements come together in the humorous parable of greed, religion...

  • Glasgow Kiss
    Glasgow Kiss

    Eric Chalmers is one of the most popular teachers at Muirpark Secondary School in Glasgow. Gentle and kind, he is the person the students come to when they want to confide in someone. So when precocious teenager Julie Donaldson accuses Chalmers of rape, the school goes into shock. How could a deeply religious family man like Chalmers do anything like that? With some students and teachers supporting Julie, and others standing by Chalmers, life at Muirpark is far from harmonious. And then things get...