Christmas Book Offer
Historic Environment Scotland Bestsellers Book Bundle
For a limited time, enjoy three of Historic Scotland's Bestselling Books at a discounted price while stocks last.
Explore some of Scotland's best crime writers in the Award Winning 'Bloody Scotland', find out the names and lives of Scotland's forgotten historical female figures in 'Where are the Women?' and finally immerse yourself if the interlink between our rugged landscapes and the people who lived upon it in 'Scotland's Landscapes'.
The bundle includes the following
- Bloody Scotland - Hardback
- In Bloody Scotland, twelve of Scotland's best crime writers use the sinister side of the country's built heritage in stories that are by turns gripping, chilling and redemptive.
- Stellar contributors Val McDermid, Chris Brookmyre, Denise Mina, Ann Cleeves, Louise Welsh, Lin Anderson, Gordon Brown, Doug Johnstone, Craig Robertson, E S Thomson, Sara Sheridan and Stuart MacBride explore the thrilling potential of Scotland’s iconic sites and structures.
- A unique collaboration which brings together two of Scotland’s greatest assets – its built heritage and its crime writing – for the first time.
- Where are the women? - Paperback
- The book Where are the Women? shows that for most of recorded history, women have been sidelined, if not silenced, by men who named the built environment after themselves. Now is the time to look unflinchingly at our heritage and bring those women who have been ignored to light.
- Sara Sheridan, named as one of the Saltire Society’s most influential Scottish women, past and present, is known for the Mirabelle Bevan mysteries, a series of historical novels based on Georgian and Victorian explorers, and has written non-fiction on the early days of Queen Victoria’s marriage and the historical background to Jane Austen’s novel Sanditon. With a fascination for uncovering forgotten women in history, she is an active campaigner, a feminist and co-founder of radical perfume brand REEK.
- Scotland's Landscapes - Paperback
- Over the past 10,000 years, every inch of Scotland has been shaped, changed and moulded by it's people. Scotland’s Landscapes tells the enduring story of this interaction between man and his environment.
- These are Scotland’s landscapes as you have never seen or understood them before.