From the publisher:
The Hibs are Here is the follow up to Ian Colquhoun's previous book on Hibernian Football Club: From Oblivion to Hampden. That culminated in the club's successful League Cup winning season in 1991/92. This next volume is subtitled Miller to Millennium and charts the period from 1992 through to 1999.
With fresh insight via exclusive interviews with a number of the club's players, coaches and managers, Colquhoun threads these together with a fan narrative and analysis of that iconic decade. He relives the joy of a Uefa Cup run, reaching another cup final and an historic third-placed finish in the Scottish Premiership; the highs and lows of an instant promotion following relegation; and the heartbreak of losing that final and two semi-final defeats. From the pen of a passionate Hibs fan who was there for it all, The Hibs are Here is a wonderful trip down memory lane for any Hibernian supporter.
Ian Colquhoun is a disabled author and Hibs fan from West Lothian who has lived most of his life in Edinburgh. His first experience of journalism came at the age of 14, while on work experience at Easter Road, when he interviewed groundsman Pat Frost. Ian has written two other Hibs books: From Oblivion to Hampden and Hibernian On This Day, which he co-wrote with his friend Bobby Sinnet. His all-time favourite Hibs player is Darren Jackson.