Britain’s foremost investigator of wildlife crime offers a unique insight into the enforcement of wildlife law, presented in a style that is both humorous and makes for easy reading.
(ISBN 978-1-906134-25-9) £9.99
This sequel to Stewart’s Wildlife Detective is, like its predecessor, full of fascinating information regarding the nefarious, and sometimes downright silly, world of wildlife crime.
(ISBN 978-1-906134-79-2) £9.99
Pet Hates: The Shocking Truth about Pets and Vets is a wickedly cynical account of life as a Scottish animal doctor. This book is as far removed from James Herriot’s quaint memoirs as one can imagine. With illustrations by Frank Boyle.
(ISBN 978-1-9022831489) £7.99
A debut autobiographical work, this is a remarkable account of a personal struggle which is written with humour, dignity and shares valuable and much needed insight.
(ISBN 978-1-908373-43-4) £8.99
A memoir from poet and jack of all trades Steve Harvey which chronicles his many foreign adventures around the globe interspersed with examples of his poetry.
(ISBN 978-1-90591-634-4) £9.99
An autobiographical tale ostensibly regarding a middle aged man’s desire to learn to surf, Board explores loss, ego, fear and fatherhood, with warmth and honesty.
(ISBN 978-1-90591-693-1) £11.99
Alan Stewart’s account of a year walking a Highland farming and shooting estate demonstrates that a vast range of wildlife can thrive where conservation is embraced within land management. The book is a culmination of a lifetime’s knowledge of wildlife, the author guiding the reader into the secret lives of the birds and animals in his native Perthshire.
(ISBN 978-0-9932828-3-6) £9.99