A biography of one of Scotland’s most unusual literary figures. With no schooling after the age of seven, James Hogg struggled to write and taught himself the violin. Yet he went on to number such literary giants as Wordsworth and Walter Scott among his friends, and to become a poet and novelist.
The story of the legendary detective credited with the defeat of the Molly Maguires gang and Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch offers insight into his innovative “cloak-and-dagger” methods and his investigation into the Western Federation of Mines for the assassination of Idaho’s former governor. 25,000 first printing.
The supreme addresses of choice in New York are on Park Avenue and on Fifth Avenue, but merely living on either of these famous boulevards is not enough. The ultimate aspiration is to dwell in a suite of rooms designed by one of the two masters of apartm
James Bulger was just a few weeks shy of his third birthday when, on 12 February 1993, he wandered away from his mum Denise in a shopping mall in Bootle. Grainy images from a security camera showed him trustingly holding the hand of ten-year-old Jon Venables as they walked away. Venables and his friend Robert…