Whether you're looking for fictional escapism, academic stimulation, or some business acumen, the latest Alumni Bookshelf has something for you.
Carole Hillenbrand (series editor)
The New Edinburgh Islamic Surveys (series)
This well-established and highly-regarded series of over 30 volumes introduces key areas within Islamic Studies. Each book is written by an expert in the field, offering an overview of its subject as well as presenting original thinking, suitable for students and academics alike.
Alexander McCall Smith
The Race to Kangaroo Cliff
Ben and Fee MacTavish and the rest of the School Ship Tobermory crew head down under to take part in a tall ships race, but after a good start the Tobermory drops out to rescue a local boy, Will, stranded on the rocks. When the ship’s dog Henry disappears, Will helps Ben, Fee and their friends find him. But as the trail leads them deeper into the Outback, they begin to realise that a missing dog is the least of their problems.
|Degree||Diploma in Education|
The Hidden Ways: Scotland's Forgotten Roads
Shortlisted for the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards.
In The Hidden Ways, Alistair Moffat traverses the lost paths of Scotland - its Roman roads tramped by armies, its byways and pilgrim routes, drove roads and railways, turnpikes and sea roads - in a bid to understand how our history has left its mark upon our landscape. As he retraces the forgotten paths that shaped and were shaped by the lives of the now forgotten people who trod them, Moffat charts a powerful, surprising and moving history of Scotland.
|Author||Mark A. Robertson|
|Degree||International Law (visiting)|
How to Draft Bills Clients Rush to Pay
Since the publication of the second edition of How to Draft Bills Clients Rush to Pay, new technologies have emerged in timekeeping and billing to help you more easily prepare bills that are clear and informative to your client. This new edition and expanded edition of a practice-proven guide.
|Author||Sean Michael Wilson|
Breaking the 10
When David loses his wife and child in a tragic car accident he decides, in anger at the cruelty of the event, to turn against God. He sets out to systematically break each of the Ten Commandments in order to both spite God and to get his attention! But will he go all the way, and break the commandment 'Thou shalt not kill'? Two mysterious figures, Mr White and Mr Black, try to win David over to their side: the religious or the humanistic. Deeply sad in parts and comical in others, this modern story explores age old questions: Is there a God? And if there is, does that God care about us?
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