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birlinn

(ˈbɪrlɪn)
n
Scot a sea-going vessel used in the Middle Ages in Scotland's western highlands and islands
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Investigative journalist whose latest book, Acid Attack: A Journalist's War with Organised Crime, is to be published by Birlinn in February 2018
Polygon, an imprint of Scottish independent publisher Birlinn, revealed on Monday that it will republish all 22 of Muriel Spark's novels to mark the one-hundredth anniversary of her birth on 1 February 1918.
Other confirmed acts include Yorkshire-born virtuoso saxophonist Christian Forshaw, Morpeth group November Club, local folk act Alnwicky, Ryton Choral Society from Tyneside, Gaelic group Blas, North East instrumental sextet Pons Aelius, Newcastle-based Manx music band Birlinn Jiarg, traditional folk song duo from Northumberland The Brothers Gillespie, Scottish Borders folk outfit Small Hall Band and Holy Islanders Anna and Martha Raine.
Edinburgh, Scotland: John Donald, Birlinn Limited, 2016.
19) Mohammad Sarwar, My remarkable journey: the autobiography of Britain's first Muslim MP (Edinburgh, Scotland: Birlinn, 2016).
Evan Mawdsley, The Russian Civil War (Edinburgh: Birlinn, 2000), 63, 274-76.
Fernando Duarte is a Brazilian football writer and author of "Shocking Brazil: Six Games That Shook the World Cup" Birlinn Books.
Title: Shredded: Inside RBS, The Bank That Broke Britain Writer: Ian Fraser Publisher: Birlinn Price: PS25.
The Grand Designer by Rosemary Hannah is published by Birlinn and priced pounds 25 Residents of Newport may not be pleased to read that the city is "just possibly the ugliest town in the world", a view that is later expanded.
2011) Salmond: Against the Odds, Edinburgh, Birlinn.
BIRLINN, the Edinburgh based publisher, has brought out Allistair Moffat's Tuscany: A History' ([pounds sterling] 9.