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101 Amazing David Beckham Facts

Are you a fan of football legend David Beckham? Do you know everything there is to know about the world-famous free kick specialist and fashion icon? Then this is the book for you! In this easy-to-digest eBook are 101 facts about your favourite... more

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The Nicki Minaj Quiz Book

Are you a fan of Nicki Minaj? Do you enjoy her music? Are you one of the thousands who have bought her albums and helped to turn Nicki into one of the most popular singers currently in the charts? If you are interested in Nicki and would like to... more

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A Yearful of Assemblies

This is an exciting book on Assemblies throughout the Year that meets the needs of today's teachers and children. The book suggests ways to use modern resources, such as an Interactive Whiteboard and the Internet; yet it retains the basic need to... more

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Legal Aspects of Medicines 2nd Edition

Concise overview of the laws relating to the supply, administration and prescribing of medicines. User-friendly format for easy reference on the job, or a handy revision aid. Highly practical with case studies throughout to demonstrate application... more

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The Tom Jones Quiz Book

Are you a fan of Tom Jones? Have you have followed his long and successful career or are you new to his music after his recent appearance as a mentor on The Voice? Would you like to find out more about the iconic entertainer? Then you need look no... more

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Great Sporting Moments

This great book provides a wide range of learning and activities ideas through sport and will use sport to engage children across the Curriculum. It will inspire the PSHE lesson, the History lesson, as well as the PE lesson by focusing on famous... more

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Victorian Servants, A Very Peculiar History

It's not all longing looks across the dining room from that high-class gentleman! Life as a Victorian servant was tough, tough, tough! Discover the bizarre and oh-so-strict rules one had to keep to when serving the dignitaries in 'Victorian... more

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Using Stories to Teach Maths Ages 4 to 7

Make the teaching of Maths a more exciting and creative cross-curricular experience! This new series provides original and fun stories, sketches and poems to use as the basis for teaching objectives from the Mathematics Programme of Study. The... more

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Creative Curriculum KS1

Creative Curriculum, teaching across the curriculum using a story, is a flexible series of resources aimed at encouraging a more creative and cross-curricular approach to teaching. By putting a story at the centre of learning a stimulus is... more

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Yorkshire, A Very Peculiar History

Yorkshire is well known for its miners, pudding and cricket, but 'Yorkshire, A Very Peculiar History' scrapes beyond the surface and past the cliches. Featuring a host of characters from Yorkshire past and present, it's not all grit and grime!... more

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The Rizzle Kicks Quiz Book

Are you a fan of the hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks? Do you enjoy their particular style of music? Have you followed their journey from early YouTube postings through to chart success and critical acclaim? If you would like to find out more about Rizzle... more

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The Hammer Film Quiz Book

Are you a big fan of Hammer Film Productions? Have you watched all of their iconic horror films from years gone by through to the present day? Can you name any of Hammer’s famous film productions outside of the horror genre? If you enjoy Hammer... more

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The 'Allo 'Allo Quiz Book

Did you watch the 1980s’ British sitcom, ‘Allo ‘Allo? Can you still recall the many unforgettable characters from the show such as René Artois, his wife Edith and Yvette Carte-Blanche. Is ‘Allo ‘Allo one of your all-time favourite TV... more

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The 'Allo 'Allo Quiz Book

Did you watch the 1980s’ British sitcom, ‘Allo ‘Allo? Can you still recall the many unforgettable characters from the show such as René Artois, his wife Edith and Yvette Carte-Blanche. Is ‘Allo ‘Allo one of your all-time favourite TV... more

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The 'Allo 'Allo Quiz Book

Did you watch the 1980s’ British sitcom, ‘Allo ‘Allo? Can you still recall the many unforgettable characters from the show such as René Artois, his wife Edith and Yvette Carte-Blanche. Is ‘Allo ‘Allo one of your all-time favourite TV... more

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The 'Allo 'Allo Quiz Book

Did you watch the 1980s’ British sitcom, ‘Allo ‘Allo? Can you still recall the many unforgettable characters from the show such as René Artois, his wife Edith and Yvette Carte-Blanche. Is ‘Allo ‘Allo one of your all-time favourite TV... more

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The Dad's Army Quiz Book

Do you remember the popular 1970s’ British comedy series, Dad’s Army? Can you recall the unforgettable characters who made audiences across the UK laugh out loud with their antics in the Home Guard? Is it one of your favourite TV shows from... more

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The Middlesbrough Quiz Book

Do you support Middlesbrough FC? Is Boro your local team and do you regularly attend matches? Are you an expert on the players and managers who have played an important role in the club over the years? If so, the time has come find out how much... more

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How to Make a Living in Paradise

Are you seeking a richer quality of life? The tips and guidance herein – backed by authoritative case studies and contact directory - are bound to save thousands of dollars and countless hours of research. This guide has been written by... more

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The Warfare of the Soul

If we desired to describe our life here in one word, that word might be Temptation. We are put into this world to be tempted, that is, to be tried or tested, in order that the wheat among us may be separated from the chaff, The Warfare of the Soul... more

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Great Britain and the American Civil War

Britain was officially neutral throughout the American Civil War, 1861-65. The Confederate strategy for securing independence was largely based on British and French military intervention, which never happened; intervention would have meant war... more

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101 Amazing Rolling Stones Facts

Are you the world’s biggest Rolling Stones fan? Do you know everything there is to know about the eternal rockers? Then this is the book for you! In this easy-to-digest eBook are 101 facts about your favourite band – do you know all of... more

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101 Amazing Prince Harry Facts

Are you a fan of royal wildchild Prince Harry? Do you know everything there is to know about the third in line to the throne? Then this is the book for you! In this easy-to-digest eBook are 101 facts about your favourite prince – do you know all... more

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Vikings of the Pacific

At the time the early explorers of New France were pressing from the east, westward, a tide of adventure had set across Siberia and the Pacific from the west. Agnes Laut details their progress in Vikings of the Pacific. Complete with... more

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Ten Traveller's Tales

Go on a quick visit to three different continents. Visit Vancouver and its surrounding areas – go hiking in rain forest twenty minutes from the downtown core, catch the ferry to the Sunshine Coast – you can’t get there by road - and tour... more

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The Dawn of Reason

The Dawn of Reason or, Mental Traits in the Lower Animals by James Weir. Presents the evidences of mental action, in creatures lower than man, in a clear, simple, and brief form. He has avoided all technicalities, and has used the utmost brevity... more

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The History of Freedom

At present, in the most civilized countries, freedom of speech is taken as a matter of course and seems a perfectly simple thing. We are so accustomed to it that we look on it as a natural right. But this right has been acquired only in quite... more

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Planning for Learning through Food

Plan for six weeks of learning covering all six areas of learning and development of the EYFS through the topic of food. The Planning for Learning series is a series of topic books written around the Early Years Foundation Stage designed to make... more

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The Classical Music Quiz Book

Do you enjoy listening to classical music? Are you familiar with well-known composers and the music they created? Can you tell the difference between Boccherini and Birtwistle, or maybe you would like to be able to? If you answered yes to any of... more

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The Cat Quiz Book

Are you a cat lover? Have you observed cats’ behaviour at close hand? Do you consider yourself to be knowledgeable about all things relating to our feline friends? To find out just how much you know about cats, why not have a go at the 101... more

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Planning for Learning through Where I Live

Plan for six weeks of learning covering all six areas of learning and development of the EYFS through the topic of where I live. The Planning for Learning series is a series of topic books written around the Early Years Foundation Stage designed... more

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Planning for Learning through People Who Help Us

Plan for six weeks of learning covering all six areas of learning and development of the EYFS through the topic of people who help us. The Planning for Learning series is a series of topic books written around the Early Years Foundation Stage... more

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101 Amazing Michael Jackson Facts

Are you a fan of King of Pop Michael Jackson? Do you know everything there is to know about the world's greatest ever superstar? Then this is the book for you! In this easy-to-digest eBook are 101 facts about your favourite singer – do you know... more

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Life of George Washington - 5

Last volume of this five part epic series detailing the life and career of George Washington, First President of the United States of America. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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Life of George Washington - 5

Last volume of this five part epic series detailing the life and career of George Washington, First President of the United States of America. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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Life of George Washington - 5

Last volume of this five part epic series detailing the life and career of George Washington, First President of the United States of America. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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Life of George Washington - 5

Last volume of this five part epic series detailing the life and career of George Washington, First President of the United States of America. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

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The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Book of Martyrs

The New Book of Martyrs by Georges Duhamel contains The story of Carré and Lerondeau -- Memories of the martyrs -- The death of Mercier -- Verdun -- The sacrifice -- The third symphony -- Grace -- Nights in Artois. Please Note that the book is... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Death. and After

Death -- and After? by Annie Wood Besant. A look at some theosophical teachings regarding life, death, the after life and the body, with a look at the major religions and their take on the subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Relief of Mafeking

The Siege of Mafeking was the most famous British action in the Second Boer War. It took place at the town of Mafeking (now Mafikeng) in South Africa over a period of 217 days, from October 1899 to May 1900, and turned Robert Baden-Powell, who... more

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The Beginnings of New England

The Beginnings of New England by John Fiske. An account of early American history that is free of current and spin. The first two chapters tell a story of the political and philosophic forces of the American Revolution followed by the series of... more

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The Beginnings of New England

The Beginnings of New England by John Fiske. An account of early American history that is free of current and spin. The first two chapters tell a story of the political and philosophic forces of the American Revolution followed by the series of... more

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The Beginnings of New England

The Beginnings of New England by John Fiske. An account of early American history that is free of current and spin. The first two chapters tell a story of the political and philosophic forces of the American Revolution followed by the series of... more

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The Beginnings of New England

The Beginnings of New England by John Fiske. An account of early American history that is free of current and spin. The first two chapters tell a story of the political and philosophic forces of the American Revolution followed by the series of... more

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The Beginnings of New England

The Beginnings of New England by John Fiske. An account of early American history that is free of current and spin. The first two chapters tell a story of the political and philosophic forces of the American Revolution followed by the series of... more

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The Beginnings of New England

The Beginnings of New England by John Fiske. An account of early American history that is free of current and spin. The first two chapters tell a story of the political and philosophic forces of the American Revolution followed by the series of... more

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The Beginnings of New England

The Beginnings of New England by John Fiske. An account of early American history that is free of current and spin. The first two chapters tell a story of the political and philosophic forces of the American Revolution followed by the series of... more

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The Beginnings of New England

The Beginnings of New England by John Fiske. An account of early American history that is free of current and spin. The first two chapters tell a story of the political and philosophic forces of the American Revolution followed by the series of... more

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The Beginnings of New England

The Beginnings of New England by John Fiske. An account of early American history that is free of current and spin. The first two chapters tell a story of the political and philosophic forces of the American Revolution followed by the series of... more

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Except for Viewers in Scotland

Are you a member of the Tartan Army? Do you follow the national team’s progress around the world or tune in regularly to watch the latest matches on TV? Would you like to find out more about the history of televised football in Scotland? If so... more

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Cars and Capers

Cars and Capers takes a nostalgic look back at one man’s life told with reference to the cars he has owned and the adventures he has had in them, We all remember learning to drive and the thrill of passing the driving test and purchasing our... more

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Planning for Learning through Spring

Plan for six weeks of learning covering all six areas of learning and development of the EYFS through the topic of space. The Planning for Learning series is a series of topic books written around the Early Years Foundation Stage designed to make... more

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Aileen the Alien

A light-hearted novella about alien abduction that will make you smile and will make you think. A middle-aged man heads off for a break on the wild west coast of Scotland but gets a much greater change of routine than he expected. This fast-paced... more

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Life of George Washington - 4

Forth volume of this five part epic series detailing the life and career of George Washington, First President of the United States of America. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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Four Americans

Four Americans : Roosevelt, Hawthorne, Emerson, Whitman by Henry A. Beers Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Four Americans,... more

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The Mystic Will

A Method of Developing and Strengthening the Faculties of the Mind, through the Awakened Will, by a Simple, Scientific Process Possible to Any Person of Ordinary Intelligence by Charles Godfrey Leland. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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There is No Such Thing as a Free Press

The aim of this book is to a launch a polemic for the freedom of the press against all of the attempts to police, defile and sanitise journalism today. Once the media reported the news. Now it makes it. From the phone-hacking scandal to rows about... more

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Tomas Reid

Thomas Reid (1710-1796) is the foremost exponent of the Scottish 'common sense' school of philosophy. Educated at Marischal College in Aberdeen, Reid subsequently taught at King's College, and was a founder of the Aberdeen Philosophical Society.... more

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Outdoor Play

Ideal reference book of activities for anyone wanting to develop children's learning outdoors. 'Play underpins all development and learning in young children' Practice Guidance for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2008, page 7). Learning... more

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The Bonnie Blue Conspiracy

At a time of unprecedented US economic turmoil a fanatical new leader emerges of a secret neo-confederate brotherhood. The President, mired in desperate decision making and worried that his first lady is having an affair, embarks on a mission of... more

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A Collection of Short Stories and Poems

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any poetry and short story lover’s digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly’s worlds, reviewers have been... more

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The Cilla Black Quiz Book

Are you a long-time fan of Cilla Black? Have you followed her journey from fresh faced young singer through to popular TV presenter? Do you know all there is to know about the bubbly Liverpudlian? Then why not put your knowledge to the test with... more

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The Brilliant General Knowledge Quiz Book

Are you knowledgeable about a wide range of subjects? Do you enjoy finding out about famous people and learning interesting facts? Or maybe you are a quizmaster in need of material? Whatever your reason for looking at this book, you are certain to... more

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Chin Up, Head Down

On 2nd June 2009, two men knocked on our door, bringing with them the news that our nineteen-year-old son, Cyrus, had been killed that morning by an IED while serving with 2 Rifles in Afghanistan. Our family as we knew it was destroyed in an... more

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The George and Mildred Quiz Book

Were you a fan of the 1970's British sitcom George and Mildred? Can you remember the ill-matched couple who delighted audiences across the UK? Was George and Mildred one of your favourite TV shows from years gone past? If you answered yes to any... more

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Nature Mysticism

Life is more something fuller than a blind play of physical forces, however complex and sublimated their interactions. Nature Mysticism by John Edward Mercer looks at the links between nature and the metaphysical. Please Note that the book is... more

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The Human Aura

What is the Human Aura? What colours are associated with the aura? How can it be explained? What affects the Human Aura and as a consequence our health? How can you build up a strong Aura? All these questions and more are addressed by Swami... more

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Personal Experience of a Physician

Early thoughts on Homoeopathy and natural healing from John Ellis, qualified Physician.He talks of his early prejudice against homoeopathy, and his reasoning why every physician should be acquainted with it. Please Note that the book is stored... more

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Christianity and Ethics

Christianity and Ethics by Archibald B. C. Alexander presents a brief but comprehensive view of the Christian conception of the moral life. It deals with principles rather than details, and suggests lines of thought instead of attempting an... more

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Two Years Before the Mast

Two Years Before the Mast by Richard Henry Dana charts his two year voyage on a sailing ship in 1834-1836. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality... more

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A Glimpse of Paradise

Barbara Hardwick describes this book of her poetry as being ‘about the agony and the ecstasy of being at the right place at the wrong time, and the price that must then be paid for the pursuance of love’. The path of life is seldom a smooth... more

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100+ Fun Ideas for Modern Foreign Languages

100+ Fun Ideas for Practising Modern Foreign Languages in the Primary Classroom contains 137 fun activities for developing oracy and literacy skills. The tried and tested activities in this book can be used to with almost any language. The author... more

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Predator's Picnic

Marc Gregor had spent ten years in the Middle East and Afghanistan fighting for America. He was tired of living off a reserve officer’s pay and anxious to get back to civilian life so he chose nice steady Switzerland and went there to look for a... more

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A Search for Donald Cottee

A Search for Donald Cottee is a comic tragedy about individualism. Donald, nicknamed Donkey, is an internet Quixote, bent on doing good works. Donkey Cottee and his wife, Poncho Suzie, have retired to Benidorm on Spain’s Costa Blanca from their... more

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The Story of the Fly

The story of the fly and how it could save the world will take you behind the pesky reputation and inside the brain and body of the much misunderstood fly. It investigates the insect as a pest and how man has tried tirelessly, often... more

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Trevor's Island

Trevor's Island Having to leave his home and family far behind to go to school on the mainland Trevor is very unhappy and homesick. Then one night something magical happens and he is taken to an enchanted place. Here he finds happiness and... more

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The Legacy

Henri Enrique' Madariaga has devoted most of his young life trying to be like his father, whom he has never met. Now reaching the age of 21 years, he knows he will never attain the Death Master expertise his father was famous for. He then decides... more

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60 Minute Countdown to the Perfect Wedding

So what’s inside? Well, firstly The Wedding Fairy will take you through his three planning fundamentals of budget – potentially saving you thousands in cash, how to prepare for the planning process in general and ways to create a... more

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101 Amazing Leonardo DiCaprio Facts

Are you the world’s biggest Leonardo DiCaprio fan? Do you know everything there is to know about the actor of a generation? Then this is the book for you! In this easy-to-digest eBook are 101 facts about your favourite movie star – do you... more

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Going Nowhere

On a touring holiday in south-west France, a young English couple, Jennifer and Peter Robbins, quickly fall under the charms of the Lot region – a land of wide meandering rivers, wooded hillsides, rugged moors and quaint stone villages bathed in... more

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The Detection of Forgery

The detection of Forgery by W. Waithman Caddell attempts to explain the principles upon which the comparison and examination of handwriting are conducted by experts. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data... more

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Casting off the Corsets

The history of underwear is filled with a pageant of garments that are unhygienic, erotic, uncomfortable, mind-bogglingly impractical and frequently just plain funny. Among them are heavy-duty corsets, liberty bodices, voluminous knickers and... more

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At a Winter's Fire

At a Winter's Fire by Bernard Edward Capes is a collection of stories to while away the long winter evenings. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality... more

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101 Amazing Kim Kardashian Facts

Are you the world’s biggest Kim Kardashian Fan? Do you know everything there is to know about today's greatest style icon and reality TV star? Then this is the book for you! In this easy-to-digest eBook are 101 facts about your favourite... more

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Dear Miss Landau

Every morning James Christie puts on a blue rugby shirt and jeans. His wardrobe is full of identical outfits. Every day he eats the same meal and drinks from the same mug. These are not ingrained habits, but survival strategies. For James, coping... more

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Interviews with Eric Rohmer

In a career that spanned six decades, Eric Rohmer (1920-2010) earned a reputation as one of France’s most incisive, eloquent, and free-spirited film directors. A leading light of the French New Wave, he crafted films of immense beauty and... more

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The White Company

The White Company by A Conan Doyle is an historical adventure set during the Hundred Years' War. Doyle himself regarded this and his other historical novels more highly than the Sherlock Holmes adventures for which he is mainly... more

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Utopia

More coined the word 'utopia' - a name he gave to the ideal, imaginary island nation whose political system he described in Utopia, published in 1516. He opposed the king's separation from the papal church and denied that the king was the Supreme... more

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The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard

The hero, Etienne Gerard, is a Hussar in the French Army during the Napoleonic Wars. A. Conan Doyle manages to satirise both the stereotypical English view of the French and the French view of the English. Please Note that the book is stored... more

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The Old Curiosity Shop

The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens is a complex story revolving around the occupants of a junk shop with the usual Dickensian twists and turns of love, destitution, madness and death. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and... more

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The Enemies of Books

A factual catalogue of the misfortunes which can affect books, including examples of fire, water, zealous bigotry, worm and vermin and people in general. This text pre-dates both the delete key and the refund application option! Please Note... more

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Ivanhoe

Ivanhoe is a novel by Sir Walter Scott. It was written in 1819, and is set in 12th-century England, an example of historical fiction. Intricate plot involves disinheritance, rivalry and unrequited love amid death and destruction. Please Note... more

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101 Amazing Christian Bale Facts

Are you the world’s biggest Christian Bale fan? Do you know everything there is to know about the actor of a generation? Then this is the book for you! In this easy-to-digest eBook are 101 facts about your favourite movie star – do you know... more

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Home Again

What happens when people return to the land of their birth after decades away? The migrants' journey is a well-told story but much less is known about those who return. Why do they go back? What is it like to be “back home”? Home Again is a... more

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How to Start and Run Your Own Home-Based Business

How to Start and Run Your Own Home-based business is a new book for budding entrepreneurs. The book takes you through everthing you need to consider before starting a home-based business - from assessing the pros and cons, through drwawing up a... more

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The Everton Quiz Book

Are you a loyal Everton supporter? Do you consider yourself to be knowledgeable about the all major events from the club’s past? If so, why not put yourself to the test with the 250 questions in this quiz book, each one designed to draw out... more

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Whispers From Behind The Cellar Door

Tales to send chills down your spine, raise goosebumps and stand your hair on end. Tales to terrify and disturb, to intrigue and unsettle. Fans of horror and the supernatural will relish this collection of original stories, featuring among much... more

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Essays in War-Time

Essays in War-Time: Further Studies in the Task of Social Hygiene by Havelock Ellis looks at the philosophy morality of warfare and its effects on humanity. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection... more

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The Liverpool Quiz Book

Is Liverpool your favourite football team? Have you watched every match? Are you an expert on all the facts, figures and fixtures that have shaped the club’s long history? Then the time has come to find out how much you really know about the... more

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The Jedward Quiz Book

Whether you love them or hate them, there can be no denying that Jedward have made their mark on popular culture, releasing an album and appearing in several iconic TV shows such as Celebrity Big Brother and the Eurovison Song Contest, but how... more

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The Ed Sheeran Quiz Book

Are you a fan of Ed Sheeran? Do you enjoy the self-styled singer-songwriter’s unique brand of music? Would you like to find out more about the popular award-winning performer? If you answered yes to any of these questions, The Ed Sheeran Quiz... more

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Maths Problem Solving Year 2

Maths Problem Solving - Year 2 is the second of six books in the Maths Problem Solving series. The books have been written for teachers to use during the numeracy lesson. They cover the 'solving problem' objectives from the numeracy framework.... more

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The Mysteries of All Nations

The rise and progress of superstition, laws against and trials of witches, ancient and modern delusions as well as strange customs fables and tales are the focus of this work by James Grant. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and... more

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The Common People of Ancient Rome

The Common People of Ancient Rome by F.F. Abbott deals with the life of the common people, with their language and literature, their occupations and amusements, and with their social, political, and economic conditions. Please Note that the... more

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Winter Sunshine

John Burroughs was an American naturalist and essayist important in the evolution of the U.S. conservation movement. These writings are about his experiences as he journeyed amongst the nature of Britain. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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Roads from Rome

Roads from Rome by Anne C. E. Allinson aims to show that the men and women of ancient Rome were like ourselves. Each of the stories depicts a person of history, but is written in an engaging and entertaining manner. Please Note that the book is... more

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Books Fatal to Their Authors

Discover just how dangerous it can be to be an author! Books Fatal to Their Authors by P. H. Ditchfield looks at the misfortunes of a number of writers over the years. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data... more

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The Evolution of Sinn Fein

The Evolution of Sinn Fein by Robert Mitchell Henry, details the rise of this political movement in Ireland from the early 19th Century up to and just after the Easter uprising of the early 20th Century. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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Preaching and Paganism

Preaching and Paganism by Albert Fitch. Although not pretending to have final solution of the problem which they discuss the chapters are both illuminating and thought provoking. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT... more

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The JLS Quiz Book

Are you a fan of JLS? Have you followed the band’s rise to fame from early success on The X Factor to chart topping pop sensation? If you think you are an expert on JLS, then find out how much you really know by testing yourself and your... more

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The Chelsea Quiz Book

Are you a true fan of the Blues? Do you follow every match? Have you picked up lots of little known facts about Chelsea Football Club along the way? Then the time has come to put your knowledge to the test with this quiz book. With 250... more

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History of Modern Philosophy

History of Modern Philosophy - Alfred William Benn guides the reader through the early renaissance of the subject, the theorists of knowledge and the idealists and humanists. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need... more

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Castles, A Very Peculiar History

Whether you're planning your first seige, building a fortress or just looking for a way to escape the peasants below, 'Castles: A Very Peculiar History' is full of tips, tricks and horror stories from the castle-building trade. We can't all match... more

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A Simple Guide to Buying a Franchise

A simple guide to the questions you need to ask before buying a franchise Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. A Simple Guide to Buying a Franchise, by James London, is packaged... more

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100+ Fun Ideas for Art Activities

Unleash your students' imaginations with this wonderful collection of tried and tested art activities that are easy to prepare, but children will love. The activities introduce a wide range of art skills and media and are suitable for use in the... more

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Support Your Child With Literacy

The first day at school is the day when an adventure of life-long learning begins and with a positive attitude your child will learn all the skills needed to equip them for adult life. The first year in school sets down the building blocks upon... more

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Support Your Child With Maths

The first day at school is the day when an adventure of life-long learning begins and with a positive attitude your child will learn all the skills needed to equip them for adult life. The first year in school sets down the building blocks upon... more

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Support Your Child With Science

The first day at school is the day when an adventure of life-long learning begins and with a positive attitude your child will learn all the skills needed to equip them for adult life. The first year in school sets down the building blocks upon... more

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Passion for the Park

Passion for the Park is a celebration of the ordinary lover of the beautiful game, the dedicated lads who turn out week after week in the hope of beating another works or pub team. In Park Football the kit is never washed, there is no spare ball,... more

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How Children Learn

An unrivalled introduction to the pioneers of educational theory that you won't be able to get through your studies without. This must-have book includes profiles on Vygotsky, Steiner, Montessori and Froebel, as well as 24 other... more

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How Children Learn - Book 2

A readable discussion of the key ideas of child development and theory, including how children acquire language, the meaning of intelligence and creativity, as well as how best to teach children to read and write. Please Note that the book is... more

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The Hidden Power

What is Truth? and how do we to recognise this and begin to approach Truth. Realisation of Truth consists of the ability to translate symbols into reality. Thomas Troward links the quality of the superficial mind and ability to see... more

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Lectures on Mental Science

The Edinburgh Lectures on Mental Science by Thomas Troward. These lectures are intended to give the reader a grounding in the Natural Principles governing the relation between Mental Action and Material Conditions. An excellent primer into this... more

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Evolution in Modern Thought

Evolution in Modern Thought is a set of essays by various contributors on the selection theory, heredity and variation, Darwins predecessors, the descent of man and others. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need... more

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The Story of the Mind

The Story of the Mind by James Mark Baldwin attempts to navigate through the extensive subject of modern psychology in an entertaining and readable manner, whilst covering this complex subject. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone... more

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The Albert Gate Mystery

The Albert Gate Mystery: Being Further Adventures of Reginald Brett, Barrister Detective, is a detective story by Louis Tracy, and is set in the West End district of London. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need... more

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The Celtic Twilight

The Celtic Twilight, a volume of essays by W.B. Yeats, rooted in myth, occult mysteries, and belief in magic, these stories are populated by a lively cast of sorcerers, fairies, ghosts, and nature spirits. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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The Helmsley Chronicles

A diary, in the vein of James Herriot, celebrating rural and church life that provides a remedy for the uncertainties of the modern world. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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Watershed

This book helps to steer us through the watershed moment in our lives. Written for spiritual seekers of any age, Ford draws on his extensive experience of interviewing people at the turning point of their lives, from the Hollywood actress who... more

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Game of Thrones - The Ultimate Quiz Book

Game of Thrones is one of the most popular shows today, and millions of people across the globe tune in every week to see their favourite characters fight, plot, kill and love one another. This fantastic quiz book contains 300 questions to test... more

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Pure Inspiration Book Two

Pure Inspiration is a book of great quotes along with photography from the sky above Exmouth. This book has been designed so that you can either read it from front to back or back to front or you can go to the contents and pick a number at random... more

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Against All Authority

This volume examines historical and contemporary engagements of anarchism and literary production. Anarchists have used literary production to express opposition to values and relations characterizing advanced capitalist (and socialist) societies... more

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Historic Ghosts and Ghost Hunters

Historic Ghosts and Ghost Hunters by H. Addington Bruce is a collection of stories looking at celebrated ghosts and ghost hunters from history. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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The Martyr of the Catacombs

The Martyr of the Catacombs, A Tale of Ancient Rome. Life in the gladiatorial days of ancient Rome, with action from the Coliseum and persecution and martyrdom due to the confession of faith in these blood thirsty times. Please Note that the... more

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American Fairy Tales

American Fairy Tales is the title of a collection of twelve fantasy stories. Stories include The Box of Robbers, The Glass Dog, The Queen of Quok, The Girl Who Owned a Bear and more. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do... more

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The Kentucky Ranger

The story, The Kentucky Ranger, is to a large extent built around the life and character of one of the most famous early pioneer preachers of the West. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to... more

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Legends of Babylon

Legends of Babylon and Egypt in Relation to Hebrew Tradition. L.W. King looks at the mythological and legendary beliefs of Babylon and Egypt and their influence on Hebrew achievements in the sphere of religion and ethics. Please Note that the... more

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Desperate Remedies

Desperate Remedies - more rich widows, love triangles, divorce, illegitimate children and lovers in this often overlooked Thomas Hardy classic tale of love and hurt. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data... more

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Exploring Emotions

This practical book from Ros Bayley is designed to enable every practitioner to help children manage their emotions. This title looks at the whole range of emotions that children feel and enable any practitioner to help children recognise these... more

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Inclusion and Diversity in the Early Years

This guide outlines best practice and key research findings on how to create a truly inclusive setting, covering all aspects of equality and diversity. The book contains advice on: supporting children with special educational needs and providing... more

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Revenge of the Thirteen

Some say the pen is mightier than the sword, but to survive in this world you have to learn to use both! When psychopath Earl seeks revenge on the Vasquez family, the four children are thrown headlong into a world with no limits of time or... more

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Staff Nurse Survival Guide

This handy second edition uses the same easy to read question and answer format as the first, containing over 80 questions and answers from 19 different specialists. It is divided into five chapters and covers topics such as:- Dealing with... more

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Mania

Prompted by the unearthing of a human skull in the woods near his house, Bill Reyner begins an investigation into a 20-year-old unsolved murder. Unlike the police, he becomes involved with the characters associated with the deed. His entanglement... more

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The Little Mix Quiz Book

Were you one of the thousands of people who voted Little Mix into first place in the 2011 X Factor final? Did you follow their amazing journey from unknown wannabes to become the first group ever to win the popular TV talent show? Would you like... more

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Far from the Madding Crowd

A willful, flirtatious, young woman, unexpectedly inherits a large farm and becomes romantically involved with three widely different men. Swift passion and slow courtship with honesty about sexual relationships make this a great read. Please... more

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Democracy, Fascism and the New World Order

Democracy is not a universal good, it is a political system, and like all political systems it is open to corruption. The word 'democracy' means 'rule by the people', not rule by a simple majority. To achieve rule by all the people, it used to be... more

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Earthy Realism

GAIA, named after the ancient Greek mother-goddess, is the notion that the Earth and the life on it form an active, self-maintaining whole. By its use of personification it attacks the view that the physical world is inert and lifeless. It has a... more

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Earthy Realism

GAIA, named after the ancient Greek mother-goddess, is the notion that the Earth and the life on it form an active, self-maintaining whole. By its use of personification it attacks the view that the physical world is inert and lifeless. It has a... more

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Earthy Realism

GAIA, named after the ancient Greek mother-goddess, is the notion that the Earth and the life on it form an active, self-maintaining whole. By its use of personification it attacks the view that the physical world is inert and lifeless. It has a... more

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Earthy Realism

GAIA, named after the ancient Greek mother-goddess, is the notion that the Earth and the life on it form an active, self-maintaining whole. By its use of personification it attacks the view that the physical world is inert and lifeless. It has a... more

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Right Road to Radical Freedom

This work focuses on the topic of freedom. The author starts with the old issue of free will - do we as individual human beings choose our conduct, at least partly independently, freely? He comes down on the side of libertarians who answer Yes,... more

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Scottish Philosophy in America

The Scottish Enlightenment provided the fledgling United States of America and its emerging universities with a philosophical orientation. For a hundred years or more, Scottish philosophers were both taught and emulated by professors at Princeton,... more

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The Liberty Option

The Liberty Option advances the idea that for compelling moral as well as practical reasons it is the free society - with the rule of law founded on the principles of private property rights, its complete respect for individual sovereignty and... more

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Three Contributions to the Theory of Sex

Three Essays by Sigmund Freud which advanced his theory of sexuality and its relation to childhood. Freud argued that perversion was present among the healthy, and that the path towards a normal sexual attitude began at early childhood. Please... more

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A Group of Noble Dames

A Group of Noble dames is a collection of short stories written by Thomas Hardy detailing the intimate lives of ten ladies. Hardy plumbs the hidden depths of county families to reveal what went on behind the scenes. Please Note that the book... more

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The Mystery of the Hasty Arrow

Detective novel by Anna Katharine Green. A woman's body is found in a museum, so visitors are locked inside while the crime is investigated. The third book in the Mr. Gryce series. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do... more

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Witching Hill

"Eight distinct stories told by E.W Hornung the creator of Raffles, with an underlying sinister influence. Crime and tragedy themes run through each story. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data... more

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The Wrath of Shakira

A bomb on a London underground train causes devastation. Another one is planted at Stanstead airport. An old enemy is back in town and he wants revenge. This foe is brutal and focused on revenge; no one is safe whilst he lives. The streets of... more

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The Runaway Children Volume 3

With Joe and Odi lost at sea, Miles keeps grief at bay by playing the market. Will he ever be as big a tycoon as his mentor, Alazon Smyle? Will Alice continue to Wow the A list or is she disillusioned by the high life? Can the hapless Captain... more

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Oakeshott on Rome and America

The political systems of the Roman Republic were based almost entirely on tradition, 'the way of the ancestors', rather than on a written constitution. While the founders of the American Republic looked to ancient Rome as a primary model for their... more

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Blood and Breakfast

When American scholar Cassidy Whitlow arrives in a West Midlands town to complete her thesis on the psychology of murder she finds herself caught up in a series of bizarre and grisly deaths. Who is responsible? The proprietors of her Bed &... more

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101 Things You May Not Have Known About Baseball

Are you a baseball fan? Are you familiar with the rules and terminology of America’s favourite game? Would you like to know more about the history of baseball and the famous players past and present? If so, you won’t want to be without 101... more

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Learn to Read with Phonics - Book 4

A new revolutionary phonic reading scheme. Learn To Read With Phonics teaches reading rapidly, in as little as six months PROVEN! Children love reading about the humorous adventures of Sam and his friends. They hardly realise that within each fun... more

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HMS Ganges Days

When Peter Broadbent entered HMS Ganges, the toughest training establishment for young recruits to the Royal Navy, he was a naive 15-year-old Yorkshire schoolboy, entranced with the idea of seeing the world, proud of his drainpipe trousers and DA... more

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Brilliant Stories for Assemblies

Contains over 60 stories written by an experienced primary school teacher and natural storyteller. The stories are divided into 4 categories: cultural stories from around the world; religious stories from the 6 main religions; moral stories... more

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The Middle of Things

A man from Australia is murdered. It seems clear that the motive was not robbery, and as he had no acquaintances in town, the exposure of the murderer appears hopeless. Suspense to the very last word in this clever novel by J.S.... more

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The Beetle

Richard Marsh is best known for his supernatural thriller The Beetle. A story about a mysterious oriental figure who pursues a British politician to London, where he wreaks havoc with his powers of hypnosis and shape-shifting. Please Note that... more

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Dead Mens Money

This classic mystery by J.S Fletcher produces its first dead body during a clandestine midnight meeting, but nothing is what it seems..... Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

A further 11 adventures from A. Conan Doyles' Sherlock Holmes series. Includes Silver Blaze The yellow face, The stock-broker's clerk, The Gloria Scott, The Musgrave ritual, The Reigate puzzle and more. Please Note that the book is stored... more

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Engaging NLP for Work

Neuro Linguistic Programming has long been a popular management training tool used in companies all over the world for; Sales, Leadership, Managing people, Managing change, Motivation, Goal setting. NLP For Work gives you access to the latest NLP... more

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TOK258 Morgan Winner at Le Mans 50th Anniversary E

In 1962 a small Morgan sports car TOK258 created history by defeating factory teams run by leading international manufacturers in the famous 24 hour race at the Le Mans circuit. The car crossed the finishing line on Sunday 24th June having... more

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No Hero

An Eton boy escapes from his mother's influence and has fallen in love. But who is this Lady? Does she have an underlying motive? The mother tries to get involved but this leads to unexpected results. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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Greenmantle

Second of five novels by John Buchan featuring the character of Richard Hannay. Following on from Thirty-Nine Steps where Hannay is called in to investigate rumours of an uprising in the Muslim world. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

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Kidnapped

Kidnapped is a historical fiction adventure novel by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson. Inspired by a true story, the presumptive heir to five aristocratic titles was kidnapped at the age of 12. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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An African Millionaire

African Millionaire, a Grant Allen classic. A greedy South African Millionaire, and his long-suffering brother-in-law pit their brains against criminal rogue Colonel Clay, a master of disguise. A fun collection of stories. Please Note that the... more

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Where Have All the Pixies Gone?

Think about all the tasks you will need to do when you are your own boss Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. Where Have All the Pixies Gone?, by Ian Shipley, is packaged with an... more

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Life DIY

From busting to boosting! Life-strategist, and sports consultant Pete Cohen shows you how to give your life a boost, and keep it high, with simple strategies that will continue the success of Habit Busting and Fear Busting. Do you sometimes feel... more

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Barefoot on Baker Street

Barefoot on Baker Street is set in late Victorian London where a life of crime is the only way to escape poverty and servitude for one bright young workhouse orphan. The narrative follows Red on her incredible life-journey as it twists and turns... more

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Sherlock Holmes and the Terrible Secret

It is the start of the First World War. Sherlock Holmes is coaxed out of a short lived retirement to track down an exotic dancer to retrieve a dangerous secret accidentally given to her by a young patent clerk before it falls into the hands of a... more

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Habit Busting

Simple Techniques to Stop Self-Sabotage, Break Bad Habits, and Achieve Your Potential How would you like to be your best self all the time? To be free and successful at work? To eat healthily? To give up smoking? To stop procrastinating?... more

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The Real Sherlock Holmes

What if you could spot deception instantly and see through people like Sherlock Holmes? After having been raised by professional psychic readers, Joe Riggs left all that behind to become the internationally acclaimed Mentalist, Psychological... more

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Supporting Children's Social Development

This book offers practical examples and informed advice about: how even very young children form close relationships with each other, the ways that observant adults can nuture possible friendships, understanding social play and skills from the... more

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The Parables of Our Lord

A detailed and fascinating look at the parables of our Lord. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Parables of Our Lord, by William... more

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Parents as Partners

It is a widely acknowledged fact that if parents are involved in their child's early learning there is a positive impact on development and later school achievement. This title looks at how to build a positive relationship with the parents of... more

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Peter Pan

The story of the Darling kid's adventures in Neverland with the 'Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up' have delighted children around the world for over a century. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to... more

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The Treasure of the Tigris

First of all, I must explain how it happened that I, Walter Henderson, whom, I have every reason to believe, my masters regarded as a very ordinary kind of boy, should have blossomed within a couple of years of leaving school into a person of some... more

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The Secret Garden

Mary Lennox, a sick orphan, has been moved from her native India to live in England. She discovers an abandoned walled garden that has been locked forever. She tends to the garden, with friends she makes on the estate. As the garden grows so does... more

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Dragons of the Air

Harry G. Seeley was assistant to the famous palaeontologist, Adam Sedgwick, at the Woodwardian Museum, Cambridge. He believed the fossil pterosaurs (and many dinosaurs) must have been warm blooded in order to function effectively in their... more

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The Science of Human Nature

A practical study of the laws and nature of human behavior. Although published some years ago, the content is still as relevant and the content is widely respected. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data... more

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The Prisoner of Zenda

The king of a fictional country is abducted and an English gentleman on holiday who fortuitously resembles the monarch, is persuaded to act as his political decoy in an attempt to save the situation. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

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The Reading Quiz Book

Do you support Reading FC? Are you knowledgeable about the long line of memorable players and managers who have shaped the club’s history? Have you followed all the highs and lows of Reading FC through the years? If you answered yes to any of... more

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LIFE

Life: You can't stop the waves but you can learn how to surf guides people from a state where they may feel 'uncertain' about themselves and their lives to a place where they can rest comfortably with the experience of self-awareness. So, why buy... more

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Jamie

Jamie is a long-haired, bearded collie, bursting with life and energy, but his sense of fun and his lively curiosity are apt to lead him into trouble. Written in rhyme, Marian Bythell recounts some of the adventures of the rollicking, frolicking,... more

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The Northern Conquest

Most historical accounts examine the Viking Age in one part rather than the whole region of the British Isles and Ireland. Very few pay attention to the continued contact between England and Scandinavia in the post-Norman Conquest period. This... more

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Joy Unconfined

Lord Byron’s Grand Tour is recorded as impressions in his own letters and journals, more methodically in the diary of his travelling companion John Cam Hobhouse, and reflected poetically in the first two cantos of the epic poem that was to make... more

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The Paul of Surprises

Paul is the most important figure in the history of Christianity. His understanding of the teachings of Jesus is more studied and analysed and argued over - than that of any other theologian. Yet surprisingly little attention has been paid to... more

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101 Things You May Not Have Known About Hurling

101 Things You May Not Have Known About Hurling is the definitive guide to All-Ireland Senior Hurling in Ireland. In this e-book the reader will be taken on a magical journey back in time with the formation of the Gaelic Athletic Association in... more

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101 Things You May Not Have Known About Gaelic Foo

101 Things You May Not Have Known About Gaelic Football is the definitive guide to All-Ireland Senior Football in Ireland. In this e-book the reader will be taken on a magical journey back in time with the formation of the Gaelic Athletic... more

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101 Amazing McFly Facts

Are you the world’s biggest McFly Fan? Do you know everything there is to know about Dougie, Harry, Tom and Danny? Then this is the book for you! In this easy-to-digest eBook are 101 facts about your favourite band – do you know all of... more

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Daffy - The Autobiography of Phil DeFreitas

Ex England cricketer Phillip 'Daffy' DeFreitas has had an incredible career but his rise to fame wasn’t straightforward. In his autobiography, the man who was described as ‘the next Botham’ reveals his struggle to establish himself as a... more

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The George Michael Quiz Book

Are you a George Michael fan? Have you followed every twist and turn in the veteran of pop’s long and successful career from the early days of Wham! through to the present day? Do you know all there is to know about the iconic star’s personal... more

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Dugald Stewart

Dugald Stewart was appointed assistant professor of mathematics in the University of Edinburgh in 1772, aged only 19. He became one of the most influential academics in the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century European ‘Republic of Letters’.... more

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The Last Chronicle of Barset

The Last Chronicle of Barset is the final novel in Anthony Trollope's series known as the 'Chronicles of Barsetshire'. Reverend Crawley is accused of stealing a cheque, Social status love and marriage, and lots of sub plots in this final... more

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By the Christmas Fire

By the Christmas Fire - a collection of Christmas tales by the popular American author Samuel McChord Crothers. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality... more

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The Future of Islam

The Future of Islam by Wilfred Scawen Blunt is a series of lectures which looked at Islam during the beginning of the 20th Century, and tried to predict the future. See how close he came. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you... more

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Artillery Through the Ages

A fascinating and comprehensive illustrated look at the history of artillery, from the various different types of cannon and mortar developed over the centuries, to their construction and operation, to the types of shot, shell and propellant used.... more

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Evolution

The object of this volume is to raise the question: if we accept the Theory of Evolution as true in science, how should it modify the thought and action of a man who wishes to do his best in this world? Detailed thoughts on evolution by Frank B.... more

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Lorna Doone

Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor is a novel by R. D. Blackmore. It is a romance based on a group of historical characters and set in the late 17th century in Devon and Somerset, England. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you... more

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The Secret Agent

The novel is set in London and follows the life of Mr. Verloc, a secret agent. Verloc is also a businessman who owns a shop which sells pornographic material, contraceptives, and bric-a-brac. Spying and terrorism are the major themes. Please Note... more

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The Haunted Pajamas

The Haunted Pajamas - similar in style to some Wodehouse novels. If you like farces this is great. Just silly and fun! Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length,... more

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Gulliver's Travels

All four parts of this popular Jonathan Swift classic travel adventure tale, starting with the voyage to Lilliput. A great read for all ages. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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The Philosophy of Punishment

The series, St Andrews Studies in Philosophy and Public Life originates in the Centre for Ethics, Philosophy and Public Affairs, University of St Andrews and is under the general editorship of John Haldane. The series includes monographs,... more

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Ye Liveliest Wickedness

The macabre and supernatural add to the atmospherics of this beguiling collection. From the descent into madness of a man trapped in the Polar ice to a gruesome American Civil War discovery far grislier than the usual horrors of war, or the oddly... more

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Woodroffe Growls Again

Alice is not an ordinary girl, because when Alice talks to bears, the bears talk back. An old bear called Woodroffe, long forgotten in the Attic, cheers up Jack when he is poorly, but when the bear loses his growl it looks as though he may be put... more

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German Olympics Topic Pack

The enthusiasm and excitement surrounding the Olympics makes it an ideal topic for teaching German. Not only will pupils learn the German words for sports, we also give you ideas to reinforce vocabulary and sentence structures for a range of... more

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French Olympics Topic Pack

The enthusiasm and excitement surrounding the Olympics makes it an ideal topic for teaching French. Not only will pupils learn the French words for sports, we also give you ideas to reinforce vocabulary and sentence structures for a range of... more

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Someday my Prince

The inept evil sorcerer Diabolos plots to usurp the throne of Meritania but finds his schemes foiled at every turn by handsome window cleaner Nick. Will Diabolos be able to seize the throne? Will selfish brat Princess Alisande ever grow up? ... more

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Get Out of Debt and Stay Out - Forever!

Warning! This is a hard-hitting, unsympathetic book, full of advice about how to change your life. It's not about making big money. It's about CHANGE. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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101 More Amazing One Direction Facts

This is the second book in Jack Goldstein’s One Direction series, featuring even more fantastic facts about your favourite band - Get the complete set! Are you the world’s biggest One Direction fan? Do you know everything there is to know... more

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The Wine Quiz Book

Do you enjoy fine wine? Can you name the different varieties of grape and the wines that are made from them? Are you an expert on all aspects of the wine making process? If so, find out how much you really know about wine with the 500 testing... more

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The Wine Quiz Book

Do you enjoy fine wine? Can you name the different varieties of grape and the wines that are made from them? Are you an expert on all aspects of the wine making process? If so, find out how much you really know about wine with the 500 testing... more

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The Wine Quiz Book

Do you enjoy fine wine? Can you name the different varieties of grape and the wines that are made from them? Are you an expert on all aspects of the wine making process? If so, find out how much you really know about wine with the 500 testing... more

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The Wine Quiz Book

Do you enjoy fine wine? Can you name the different varieties of grape and the wines that are made from them? Are you an expert on all aspects of the wine making process? If so, find out how much you really know about wine with the 500 testing... more

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The 60s, A Very Peculiar History

The 60s, A Very Peculiar History' is a nostalgic celebration of those gloriously giddy years. Filled with fascinating trivia and quirky facts about the Swinging Sixties, David Arscott uniquely explores what made the sixties so different and how... more

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Democracy and the Fall of the West

Democracy is killing the West. That is the stunning conclusion of this book that tears apart the consensus underpinning modern political assumptions. Democracy is held to solve one of the oldest puzzles of human social life: how do we ensure that... more

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Collingwood and the Crisis of Western Civilisation

This book argues that R.G. Collingwood’s philosophy is best understood as a diagnosis of and response to a crisis of Western civilisation. The various and complementary aspects of the crisis of civilisation are explored and Collingwood is... more

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The Bronte Family - Vol 1

The Author-It has long seemed to me that the history of the Brontë family is incomplete, and, in some senses, not well understood. Those who have written upon it—as I shall have occasion to point out in these pages—have had certain objects in... more

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Edison - His Life and Inventions

Preface-It is designed in these pages to bring the reader face to face with Edison; to glance at an interesting childhood and a youthful period marked by a capacity for doing things, and by an insatiable thirst for knowledge; then to accompany him... more

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101 Things You May Not Have Known About the US Mas

Are you a keen golfer? Do you watch the US masters and follow the progress of the professional players? Are you familiar with the history of this major sporting event or would like to know more? If so, everything you ever needed to know can be... more

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101 Things You May Not Have Known About Motor Raci

Are you a fan of motor racing? Do you follow all the championships? Would you like to know more about the racing drivers that compete in this spectacular event and the cars they drive? If you answered yes to any of these questions you should never... more

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101 Things You May Not Have Known About the New Yo

There is something for every Yankees’ fan in John White’s “101 Things You May Not Have Known About The New York Yankees.” Major League Baseball has a long and storied history and the New York Yankees have more than played their part in... more

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Climatic Changes - Their Nature and Causes

Preface-Published in 1922-This book illustrates the modern trend toward unity in all of these ways. First, it is a companion volume to Earth and Sun. That volume is a discussion of the causes of weather, but a consideration of the weather of the... more

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Moored to the Continent

Is there an alternative to EU membership? What if Britain left the EU? Would it be a disastrous or liberating experience? What trade relationships could the UK forge outside the EU? How would economic and social policy be different? What are the... more

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The Bird Boy

Living in the west village, which had been put under a spell in the time of his ancestors, Jack was an ordinary nine-year-old boy who had an extraordinary dream – to fly. His fascination with watching birds rather than playing with the other... more

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The Lair of the White Worm

The Lair of the White Worm is a horror novel by Irish author Bram Stoker, who also wrote Dracula. It is partly based on the legend of the Lambton Worm. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to... more

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A Philosopher at the Admiralty

This book is volume one of a two-part series (volumes sold separately). Taken together, the two volumes of A Philosopher at War examine the political thought of the philosopher and archaeologist, R.G. Collingwood, against the background of the... more

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Ghost Trails of Lancashire

Popular TV ghosthunter Clive Kristen takes the reader in search of grueseome events in his home county of Lancashire. The stories are woven into their historical context and take the reader to spooktacular places. From grisly murders to wronged... more

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Red Sun at War Part II

From the sinking of Repulse and the Prince of Wales to the fall of Malaya, Singapore, Borneo, Sumatra and Java and the bombing of Darwin, Japan's armies crashed through poorly defended and ill prepared colonies. With them came a degree of... more

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The Devil in Disguise

Harry Devlin is hired by the Kavanaugh Trust to contest the will of their late patron. Charles Kavanaugh has left everything to his new housekeeper, Vera Blackhurst. Then the current Chairman of the Trust is found dead, fallen from a third-floor... more

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The Surgeon Was a Lady

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any fiction-lover’s digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly’s worlds, reviewers have been recommending his... more

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First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

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First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

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First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

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First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

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First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

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First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

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First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

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First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

First Cut is the Deepest

Harry Devlin is playing a dangerous game when he gets involved with the wife of Liverpool's most ruthless villain. But he has another reason to look over his shoulder after two lawyers are brutally killed and Harry discovers he is being stalked by... more

In Fiction

 

All the Lonely People

All the Lonely People was the curtain-raiser to a successful nine-book series featuring Liverpool solicitor Harry Devlin. Devlin finds himself number one suspect in a murder case that is far too close to home. The victim is his estranged wife,... more

In Fiction

 

Yesterday's Papers

On Leap Year Day in 1964, an attractive teenager called Carole Jeffries was strangled in a Liverpool park. The killing caused a sensation: Carole came from a prominent political family and her pop musician boyfriend was a leading exponent of the... more

In Fiction

 

Fear Busting

Here, GMTV life coach Pete Cohen explains how to tackle the fears that prevent us from living the life we want, focusing on the fear of change. Do you worry about making mistakes? Are you afraid to try, in case you get it wrong? Is the fear of... more

In Non-Fiction

 

101 Amazing Rihanna Facts

Are you the world’s biggest Rihanna Fan? Do you know everything there is to know about the Good Girl Gone Bad? Then this is the book for you! In this easy-to-digest eBook are 101 facts about your favourite singer – do you know all of... more

In Non-Fiction

 

How to Live on Less

How to Live on Less is a practical guide to reducing everyday expenditure and waste by taking advantage of a range of smarter, cheaper ways of sourcing, acquiring and using those products we need or desire. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Texican Way

Daniel Beauregard is a young Texan drafted into the Confederate Army. He is a crack shot with his Whitworth rifle and becomes a sniper. He meets Quantrill and joins his raiders. He is sent to Texas by Quantrill where he encounters General Robert E... more

In Fiction

 

Sherlock's Home

1903 saw The Adventure of The Empty House and the return of Sherlock Holmes to 221b Baker Street where he explains the deception of his death at the Reichenbach Falls to his faithful friend Dr John Watson. 2012 sees The Crime of The Empty House... more

In Non-Fiction

 

I Remember You

When Liverpool solicitor Harry Devlin watches fire destroy the studio of his client, tattooist Finbar Rogan, he suspects it is no accident. And when a bomb is planted under Finbar's car, Harry is left in no doubt. Someone hates Finbar enough to... more

In Fiction

 

England 2026

In 2026, after the death of his wife, Robert Oliver returns from France to England in search of his estranged daughter. He discovers a Britain plagued by international issues. The aftermath of a war with Iran and recriminations from Middle Eastern... more

In Fiction

 

Tolstoy on Shakespeare

Tolstoy came to the conclusion that William Shakespeare was a bad dramatist and not a true artist at all as explained in this critical essay on Shakespeare, detailing the repulsion and tedium felt of some characters. Please Note that the book... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Peculiarities of American Cities

It has occurred to the author very often that a volume presenting the peculiar features, favorite resorts and distinguishing characteristics, of the leading cities of America, would prove of interest to thousands who could, at best, see them only... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Son of Tarzan

This is the fourth book in the Tarzan series and was first published 1n 1915. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Son of Tarzan, by... more

In Fiction

 

Great Artists, Vol 1.

In this volume the works of Raphael, Durer, Murillo and Rubens are considered. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Great Artists, Vol... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Gardening Quiz Book

Are you a keen gardener? Can you reel off the Latin names for common plants? Are you an expert on famous gardens or do you grow your own fruit and vegetables? To find out how just how much you know about all aspects of gardening why not have a go... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Thames

It may not be the longest, deepest or widest river in the world but few bodies of water reveal as much about a nation’s past and present, or as suggestive of its future, as England’s River Thames. Tales of legendary lock-keepers and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Beyond Good and Evil

Beyond Good and Evil by the philosopher Nietzsche, who accuses past philosophers of lacking critical sense and blindly accepting Christian premises in their consideration of morality. A look at leaving behind traditional morality. Please Note... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Call of the Wild

The plot involves a domesticated dog named Buck, whose primordial instincts return after a series of events leads to his serving as a sled dog in the Yukon Klondike Gold Rush, in which sled dogs were bought at generous prices. Please Note that... more

In Fiction

 

In The Shadow of Crows

When Bindra contracts leprosy, she is driven from her home in the Himalayan foothills with her two small sons and embarks upon a seemingly impossible course in search of salvation. David's first journey to India is driven by devastating loss, and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Politics and Neo-Darwinism

This collection of essays is eclectic, covering certain political, ethical, cultural, and philosophical topics. But running through all the material is the evolutionary-naturalistic perspective stated in the opening essay, which gives the book its... more

In Reference

 

Reaction

To call someone a reactionary is to insult them and to end any argument. There is no possible rejoinder: no one could possibly wish to be a reactionary. But what if one were to gratefully accept the label? What would it mean to wilfully and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Quiz Book

Are you a rock ‘n’ roll fan? Can you name the artists from yesteryear who started the rock ‘n’ roll craze and the songs that made them famous? Do you consider yourself to be an expert on rock ‘n’ music? If so, why not find out how much... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Creative Expressions: Dreaming a Little Dream of M

This story is for all you little dreamers out there to hopefully inspire you to keep dreaming. I used to always say I wanted to be something like a lawyer or a doctor when I grew up because that's basically what I was taught to believe that what I... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Fiend's Gold

A couple of hundred years ago, a wild and unruly family fell upon a floundering ship filled with gold. Gold fever and bandits destroyed the Fiend family, but through their cunning the treasure was hidden and remained that way for almost 200 years.... more

In Fiction

 

Moving On

You are writing and selling short stories but you want to take the next step and write a novel. Della Galton, author of the successful writing guide How To Write and Sell Short Stories, shows you how to make the leap in this step-by-step... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Ringturn

Sundered from Earth during the time of the Black Death, frightened and bewildered humans are transported by benign aliens to a planet of a nearby star. Slowly they recover and a much changed society flourishes; science is re-learnt and discoveries... more

In Fiction

 

The Limits of Political Theory

This book examines Oakeshott’s political philosophy within the context of his more general conception of philosophical understanding. The book stresses the underlying continuity of his major writings on the subject and takes seriously the... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Natural Law, Economics and the Common Good

In the wake of the financial crisis of 2008 and ongoing debt-related troubles there have been widespread calls to put banking and economic activity on a secure ethical foundation, either by regulation or through voluntary reform. In this volume a... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Democratic Theory of Michael Oakeshott

his book offers a description, explanation, and evaluation of Michael Oakeshott’s democratic theory. He was not a democratic theorist as such, but as a twentieth-century English political theorist for whom liberal theory held deep importance,... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Tudors, A Very Peculiar History

The Tudors were an odd bunch, even weirder than their subjects, perhaps. When they weren't beheading wives and enemies they were threatening to, or going around earning themselves nicknames like 'Bloody Mary' and 'The 9 Day Queen'. 'The Tudors: A... more

In Non-Fiction

 

William Shakespeare, A Very Peculiar History

William Shakespeare, A Very Peculiar History' uniquely explores the life and works of the widely-regarded greatest writer of the English language. Through dispelling common myths (Could his father really not read or write? What really happened... more

In Reference

 

Initiation into Philosophy

This volume is designed to show the way to the beginner, to satisfy and more especially to excite his initial curiosity. It affords an adequate idea of the march of facts and of ideas. The reader is led, somewhat rapidly, from the remote origins... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Great Pirate Stories

Piracy embodies the romance of the sea at its highest expression. It is a sad but inevitable commentary on our civilization, that, so far as the sea is concerned, it has developed from its infancy down to a century or so ago, under one phase or... more

In Fiction

 

The Myths of the New World

The myths of the New world: a treatise on the symbolism and mythology of the red race of America. A look at the symbols, icons and mythology of Native Americans and their influence on people today. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

In Fiction

 

The House On The Borderland

The House on the Borderland is a supernatural or horror novel by William H. Hodgson. The discovery of a diary of the man who had once owned it hints at an evil beyond belief. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a... more

In Fiction

 

51 Amazing Ideas for Your Wedding

In this fantastic book, George Watts (better known as The Wedding Fairy) gives you 51 amazing ideas to make your wedding day even more memorable. With links to recommended websites and over one hundred photos to inspire you, this is an unmissable... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Who's Afraid of a European Constitution?

In this short but authoritative book, the nature and purpose of the European Constitution are explained by someone involved in its preparation. The author discusses how it was drafted, and tackles some much debated questions: whether it promises... more

In Non-Fiction

 

How Good an Historian Shall I Be?

R.G. Collingwood’s name is familiar to historians and history educators around the world. Few, however, have charted the depths of his reflections on what it means to be educated in history. In this book Marnie Hughes-Warrington begins with the... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Situated Aesthetics

This book focuses on externalist approaches to art. It is the first fruit of a workshop held in Milan in September 2009, where leading scholars in the emerging field of psychology of art compared their different approaches using a neutral language... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Plato's Political Philosophy

The aim of the book is to introduce the reader to Plato’s political philosophy. The book is directed towards an audience that approaches Plato for the first time. In Plato politics cannot be dissociated from ethics, metaphysics and epistemology.... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Queen Elizabeth II, A Very Peculiar History

EIIR Queen Elizabeth II, 60 Years a Queen, A Very Peculiar History' uniquely explores the life and times of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as we approach her 2012 Diamond Jubilee. The story that unfolds is one of doughty determination - the story... more

In Non-Fiction

 

A Billy or a Dan, or an Old Tin Can

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any fiction-lover’s digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly’s worlds, reviewers have been recommending his... more

In Fiction

 

Ghost Trails of Edinburgh and the Borders

Popular TV ghosthunter, Clive Kristen, takes the reader in search of grueseome events across the border in Scotland. The stories are woven into their historical context and take the reader to spooktacular places. From grisly murders to wronged... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Olympics, A Very Peculiar History

From its beginnings in Ancient Greek antiquity, right up to its arrival in Great Britain, the home of so many modern sports and favoured pastimes, the Olympic Games have always been a grand and exciting spectacle, whether you're watching a... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Kim Kardashian Quiz Book

Brief Description: Do you watch ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’? Are you one of the five million people who follow Kim Kardashian on Twitter? Are you up to date with all the twists and turns in the American celebrity’s life? If you’re a... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Mark of the Baskerville Hound

A New York police officer, who is on a speaking engagement in Britain finds time to visit the Dartmoor environs. As a nuts and bolts detective events occur on the moors that test his sanity and reason. What are the reasons for a sudden rash of... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Idea of a University

Something has gone deeply wrong with the university - too deeply wrong to be put right by any merely bureaucratic means. What’s wrong is, simply, that our official idea of education, the idea that inspires all government policies and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Idea of a University

Something has gone deeply wrong with the university - too deeply wrong to be put right by any merely bureaucratic means. What’s wrong is, simply, that our official idea of education, the idea that inspires all government policies and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Idea of a University

Something has gone deeply wrong with the university - too deeply wrong to be put right by any merely bureaucratic means. What’s wrong is, simply, that our official idea of education, the idea that inspires all government policies and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Idea of a University

Something has gone deeply wrong with the university - too deeply wrong to be put right by any merely bureaucratic means. What’s wrong is, simply, that our official idea of education, the idea that inspires all government policies and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Idea of a University

Something has gone deeply wrong with the university - too deeply wrong to be put right by any merely bureaucratic means. What’s wrong is, simply, that our official idea of education, the idea that inspires all government policies and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Idea of a University

Something has gone deeply wrong with the university - too deeply wrong to be put right by any merely bureaucratic means. What’s wrong is, simply, that our official idea of education, the idea that inspires all government policies and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Idea of a University

Something has gone deeply wrong with the university - too deeply wrong to be put right by any merely bureaucratic means. What’s wrong is, simply, that our official idea of education, the idea that inspires all government policies and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Idea of a University

Something has gone deeply wrong with the university - too deeply wrong to be put right by any merely bureaucratic means. What’s wrong is, simply, that our official idea of education, the idea that inspires all government policies and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The New Idea of a University

Something has gone deeply wrong with the university - too deeply wrong to be put right by any merely bureaucratic means. What’s wrong is, simply, that our official idea of education, the idea that inspires all government policies and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Frank Sinatra Quiz Book

Are you a fan of frank Sinatra? Have you seen every film he made? Do you know all there is to know about the man and his music? Then why not put your knowledge to the test with this tribute to the legendary entertainer? Frank Sinatra first... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Liberty, Authority, Formality

The essays in this volume are all inspired by the historical scholarship of J.C. Davis. During a prolific career, Davis has transformed our understanding of early modern utopian literature and its contexts, and compelled students of... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Hobbes's Behemoth

Hobbes's Behemoth has always been overshadowed by his more famous Leviathan, which is arguably his masterpiece and is one of the greatest works of political philosophy. Behemoth, Hobbes's 'booke of the Civill Warr,' on the other hand, is most... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Titanic Quiz Book

Are you interested in the history of the Titanic? Would you like to find out more about this famous liner and how it came to sink? If so, The Titanic Quiz Book has all the answers. Few events in history have captured public imagination to such an... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Origin of Humanness in the Biology of Love

The central concern of this book is us human beings. The authors’ basic question is: ‘How is it that we can live in mutual care, have ethical concerns, and at the same time deny all that through the rational justification of aggression?’ The... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Fishing, A Very Peculiar History

Fishing, A Very Peculiar History' explores one of the most ancient and popular pastimes in the world in the unique Peculiar History style, packed full of fascinating facts, quirky trivia and mind-boggling statistics. Rob Beattie tackles everything... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Transformational Corporate Leadership

The future of any or any organization is so much dependent upon the quality of its leadership. In today's complex and dynamic world. Share holders and stakeholders in any organization are looking for leaders who will transform organizations for... more

In Entertainment

 

John Macmurray

The philosophy of John Macmurray is only now receiving the attention it deserves. It is in the contemporary climate of dissatisfaction with individualism that Macmurray's emphasis on the relations of persons has come to the fore. Moreover,... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Learn to Read with Phonics - Book 2

A new revolutionary phonic reading scheme. Learn To Read With Phonics teaches reading rapidly, in as little as six months PROVEN! Children love reading about the humorous adventures of Sam and his friends. They hardly realise that within each fun... more

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Learn to Read with Phonics - Book 3

A new revolutionary phonic reading scheme. Learn To Read With Phonics teaches reading rapidly, in as little as six months PROVEN! Children love reading about the humorous adventures of Sam and his friends; they hardly realise that within each fun... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Heroes, Gods and Monsters of Ancient Greek Mytholo

Heroes, Gods and Monsters in Ancient Greek Mythology' is a collection of classic archetypal Ancient Greek myths, including the stories of Jason, Perseus, Odysseus, Heracles, Oedipus and Theseus, and many more dark and delirious, famous Ancient... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Heroes, Gods and Monsters of Celtic Mythology

Heroes, Gods and Monsters of Celtic Mythology' is a collection of classic myths from all over the Celtic world: from Scotland to Ireland to the Isle of Man to Wales and all the way to Brittany. These stories tell of the pride of warriors, the... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Michael Buble Quiz Book

Are you a Michael Bublé fan? Have you followed the Canadian crooner’s rise to fame from the release of his massively successful first album through to global stardom? Are you an expert on the man and his music? If you think you know all about... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Creating a Kick Ass Attitude

Would you like to know how to develop a more positive attitude? Do you want to learn how to lead a happier life and fulfil your potential? Would you like to know what is stopping you from achieving your personal and professional goals? If you... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Our Man in Paris

Since 1997 John Lichfield, The Independent’s correspondent in France, has been sending dispatches back to the newspaper in London. More than transient news stories, the popular ‘Our Man in Paris’ series consists of essays on all things... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Learn to Read with Phonics - Book 1

A new revolutionary phonic reading scheme. Learn To Read With Phonics teaches reading rapidly, in as little as six months PROVEN! Children love reading about the humorous adventures of Sam and his friends. They hardly realise that within each fun... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Siberia

Before Russians crossed the Urals Mountains in the sixteenth century to settle their ‘colony’ in North Asia, they heard rumours about bountiful fur, of bizarre people without eyes who ate by shrugging their shoulders and of a land where trees... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Ionian Islands and Epirus

Scattered off the west coast of mainland Greece are the seven Ionian Islands, celebrated for their spectacular landscapes, olive groves and classical associations. Together with the mountainous mainland region of Epirus, the combined populations... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Provence

Celebrated by writers from Petrarch to Peter Mayle, Provence's rugged mountains, wild maquis and lavender-filled meadows are world-famous. Historic cities like Arles, Avignon and Aix contain Roman amphitheatres, papal palaces and royal residences,... more

In Ereader

 

Signs of Life

Not everything in Heaven and Earth should be taken too seriously. Including death. It turns out that the afterlife is uncomfortably like this one, with the same sort of idiots running it. Moreover, the Angels have a Plan for humanity - a very bad... more

In Fiction

 

Confessions of a Doorman

Following on from the success of his best selling book Doing the Doors, doorman, bodyguard, ex-mercenary and martial arts expert Robin Barratt recalls more hard-hitting stories from his frequently violent life on nightclub doors around the UK.... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Root of All Evil

Demonstrates that the essence of love and tolerance at the core of all religions, of all great traditions, is universal. This title explores the roots of the world's evils in fundamentalism and patriarchy. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Spirit Revelations

This is an account of incredible yet documented precognitive dreams and synchronicities. They show that our minds are far more powerful than we thought and that we can access true and detailed information without using our normal senses and even... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Lighting the Path

The I Ching is a source of practical and spiritual guidance for everyone. This companion book offers clear and down-to-earth advice in everyday language , with many true examples, on how to consult the oracle and understand its responses. Please... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Vampires, A Very Peculiar History

Dragged from the deepest, darkest depths of the 'Very Peculiar History' vaults, this book collects tales of terror, morbid myths and frightening facts that will chill you witless. Introduced by everyone's favourite bloodsucker, Count Dracula,... more

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Scotland, A Very Peculiar History – Volume 2

“Scots Wha Hae!” 'Scotland, A Very Peculiar History - Volume 2' is the concluding part of a lively and informative account of the vibrant history of Scotland, from the beginnings of Stewart rule up to modern-day Scotland. Celebrating the many... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Global Warming, A Very Peculiar History

Which species of moth was nearly killed off by the fight for cleaner air? How does a cow's bottom contribute to global warming? Could warmer mean colder? All these questions and more are answered in 'Global Warming: A Very Peculiar History'. This... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Stepping into Success

If your business is not where you want it to be, or you've been implementing tactics that aren't working, this book is a 'must read.' Julie's passion and expertise shine through in this refreshing business book which turns traditional business... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Adverse Camber

A varied selection of poems, mainly humurous, some serious, but they all rhyme! Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. Adverse Camber, by Lyn Funnell, is packaged with an easy to use... more

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101 Amazing Bob Marley Facts

Bob Marley is the world’s best known reggae artist. His music has bought pleasure to millions across the world. If you want to know a hundred-and-one facts about him, his life and his music, then this is the book for you! Test yourself and... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Nowhere to Hide

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any fiction-lover’s digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly’s worlds, reviewers have been recommending his... more

In Fiction

 

Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Jacobite

Mycroft has a missing agent; the stepdaughter of Lord Wexford Foyle wants a pearl brooch authenticated. Sherlock Holmes has little interest in either until he learns the gem is the Jacobite Rose, a royal treasure. Reading Debretts Peerage, Holmes... more

In Fiction

 

The Secret Journal of Dr Watson

On the most secret and dangerous assignment of their lives, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are sent into the newborn Soviet Union to rescue The Romanovs: Nicholas and Alexandra and their innocent children. Will Holmes and Watson be able to change... more

In Fiction

 

Sherlock Holmes and the Murder at Lodore Falls

From the well-worn tin dispatch box belonging to Dr J. H. Watson, three untold stories are brought to light. In Sherlock Holmes and The Murder At Lodore Falls, Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson are drawn into a case that involves murder, blackmail and... more

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The Mystery of Charles Dickens

History records that on June 9, 1870, Charles Dickens died of a cerebral haemorrhage. History, however, is wrong. June 9, 1870, is the day on which Emile de la Rue murdered Charles Dickens. During a stay in Genoa in 1844-45, Charles Dickens, an... more

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What if Hens Were Huge?

Have you ever wondered what might happen if hens were huge? All the answers are in this book for children. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. What if Hens Were Huge?, by JÂHO, is... more

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Dream Psychology

Dream Psychology: Psychoanalysis for beginners by Sigmund Freud. Dreams are the key to our future, Understanding them may improve your life dramatically. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to... more

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Danny Goes to London

Danny is usually a very quiet and well behaved dog. That's why he is so good as his job. Some dogs work on farms, some help people who can't see and Danny helps children who find it difficult to read. He usually visits schools and libraries but... more

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Down's Syndrome - The Biography

The first ever general trade biography of Down's Syndrome, tracing the history of the condition within the context of human civilization, and societal attitudes towards otherness, learning disability and mental illness. Please Note that the book... more

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Divided Loyalties

Karl Edwards has fallen in with the wrong crowd. He has become involved with a teenage gang on his housing estate in South Wales. At first it had seemed harmless enough, but things turn ugly when old Mrs Evans is seriously injured by a brick... more

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Simple Faith: Friends

One of a series of short books for Christians designed to help readers cope with those things in life that create pressure, confusion, anger, worry and stress, using the simple truths of Christian wisdom. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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The Future Revisited

The Future Revisited examines Hollywood adaptations of Jules Verne stories and is an interdisciplinary study that offers a fresh perspective on film history, French literature, science fiction and America in the 1950s. It is a fascinating and... more

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Danny Boyle - Lust for Life

Danny Boyle is one of contemporary filmmaking’s most exciting talents. Since the early 1990s he has steadily created a body of work that crosses genres and defies easy categorisation, from black humour (Shallow Grave), gritty realism... more

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Piper Buys a Car

A second children's story about the little dog called Royal Piper of the Glen. In this adventure Piper buys a car and travels through the wonderful hills of Wales meeting new friends, including Mr and Mrs Swan, Mr Warthog, Mr Giraffe and Mr... more

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The Adventures of Piper of the Glen

In this beautifully illustrated story, Piper the little dog, whose full name is Royal Piper of the Glen, meets an owl, a rabbit, a kangaroo and a squirrel and makes their dreams come true. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you... more

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Simple Faith: Faith

One of a series of short books for Christians designed to help readers cope with those things in life that create pressure, confusion, anger, worry and stress, using the simple truths of Christian wisdom. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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Simple Faith: Choice

One of a series of short books for Christians designed to help readers cope with those things in life that create pressure, confusion, anger, worry and stress, using the simple truths of Christian wisdom. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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Simple Faith: Health

One of a series of short books for Christians designed to help readers cope with those things in life that create pressure, confusion, anger, worry and stress, using the simple truths of Christian wisdom. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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Financial Cataclysm Now!

A review of the factors which will cause stock and property markets to fall once again and what to do about it. The first edition of this book was published in 2006 and corredtly called the sharp falls seen in property and stock markets between... more

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Essays for Black Belt

Students have to prepare and present an essay on what being a Black Belt means to them as part of their grade. Here are twenty such essays. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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How to Run a Karate Club

This excellent guide, written by Tom Hill (7th Dan and chief martial arts instructor) helps students or instructors of Karate - or any Martial Art - who wish to set up their own martial arts club. It contains both useful information about how to... more

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Forgotten Secrets on Natural Conception

The aim of Forgotten Secrets of Natural Conception is to help women who are having trouble conceiving a child. Though analysis of true stories of conception, including her own, Pangrazzi takes the reader on a journey to show them how their mind... more

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The Pharaoh Awakes! And Other Stories

Arguably Colin’s most exciting and dramatic adventure yet! In Ancient Egypt he foils a plot by the young pharaoh’s evil uncle to turn him into a mummy while he is still alive. Colin in the guise of the god Anubis and seemingly floating in... more

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Sticks and Stones

Jonathan Black is a troubled teenager. Tormented by his older brother. Abused by his mentally ill mother. Abandoned by his father. Jonathan Black feels let down by everyone around him and lost in a world of emptiness. As he strives to rid himself... more

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Liberalism, Education and Schooling

A tribute collection of essays edited by author's colleagues and friends. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. Liberalism, Education and Schooling, by T.H. McLaughlin, is packaged... more

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Public Service on the Brink

The contributors to this book mount a robust defence of the concept and practice of public service at a crucial time for its future. They question the ill-conceived assumptions behind the endless programmes of reform imposed by successive... more

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Colin and the Little Prince

Read how Mr. Jellysox got his strange name, how Billy gets into a lot of trouble at school but how M, his invisible emu, helps him to get out of a tricky situation involving a large beaker of water and some unpleasant Sixth Formers. Also see how... more

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A Chicken for Dinner

At the age of forty six Gill Eden is recovering from divorce and unexpected redundancy from her high powered job. Her two sons have flown the nest and she is looking forward to a fresh start in a new rural home but things take an unusual turn when... more

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Where E'er the Wind Blows

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any fiction-lover’s digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly’s worlds, reviewers have been recommending his... more

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The Witch of Prague

The witch Unorna pursues true love. While she is being pursued by Israel Kafka who is madly in love with her, Unorna falls madly in love with 'The Wanderer', who goes about the world in search of his long lost love, Beatrice. Classic Marion... more

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Natural Law in the Spiritual World

A scientific look at the spiritual world in conjunction with the natural physical world and religion. Is the spiritual world a part of the natural world? Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to... more

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Complete Hypnotism

Complete Hypnotism, Mesmerism, Mind-Reading and Spiritualism by A.Alpheus. Details on how to hypnotise, the stages, self hypnotism, criminal and public performance uses. Very detailed work on this interesting and popular subject. Please Note that... more

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Animal Ghosts and Animal Hauntings

Animal Ghosts and Animal Hauntings by Elliott O'Donnell looks at reported ghost activity within the animal kingdom. Chapters on domestic animals, wild animals and birds. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a... more

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The Battle of Life

The Battle of Life is a novel by Charles Dickens, first published in 1846. It is the fourth of his five Christmas Books. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length,... more

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Myths and Marvels of Astronomy

Discover the lore and legends connected with the history, and paradoxes of old and new Astronomical myths, presented in a non-technical readable manner. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to... more

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Myth and Science

What is a myth? How can it be defined? Tito Vignoli looks at the world of myths and attempts to explain their origins using scientific methods. He covers both human and animal sensation and perception, and looks at dreams illusions and... more

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The Key to Yesterday

Novel by Charles Buck. Through an accident and robbery a man forgets his past and even his name, and the only clue he has to his lost identity is a rusty key left upon his person. Leading to adventures in love and travel. Please Note that the... more

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Live, work, retire, buy property and do business i

It is an ebook which explains how a foreigner can come to Mauritius to live, work, retire, do business and buy property. There are hyperlinks which take the reader to relevant guidelines and application forms. Please Note that the book is stored... more

In Entertainment

 

Myths and Legends Great Plains

A collection of myths and legends from the Great Plains region of the United States of America, an area rich in history and tradition. Edited by Katherine B. Judson. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data... more

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Walker - Athens 2004

Jack Galloway, Sports Editor of the Telegraph, decides to reveal the prowess of master athlete Walker on the world stage at the Olympic Games in Athens, to combat the increasing plague of the use of perfomance-enhancing substances by world class... more

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My Man Jeeves

A collection of Wodehouse short stories about Jeeves and Wooster and some of the hilarious scrapes from which Butler Jeeves must rescue his Master. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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Right Ho, Jeeves

Full-length Wodehouse novel featuring the popular characters Jeeves and Bertie Wooster. It is set at Brinkley Court, the home of Bertie's Aunt Dahlia. As usual, chaos ensues and it is left to Jeeves to save the day. Please Note that the book is... more

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Egyptian Ideas of Future Life

Egyptian Ideas of Future Life by Sir Wallis Budge is an account of the principal ideas and beliefs held by the ancient Egyptians concerning the resurrection and the future life. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT... more

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Kim

Kim earns his living by begging and running small errands on the streets of Lahore. This Kipling story is a detailed portrait of the people, culture, and varied religions of India. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT... more

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The Adele Quiz Book

Are you a fan of Adele? Have you followed her meteoric rise to fame from the release of her first album ‘19’ through to global superstardom? Do you, like millions of others, know all the words to her soulful, heartfelt lyrics and can’t help... more

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Whisky, A Very Peculiar History

Whisky, A Very Peculiar History' takes a sideways look at this most inebriating beverage from its simplistic origins to its pride of place in the drinks cabinets of the world. When Henry VIII disbanded the monasteries and let those brewing monks... more

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Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted

Dreams are the key to our future, Understanding them may improve your life dramatically. Unlock the secrets of dreams and learn exactly what your dreams mean. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection... more

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Beary Tales

Beary Tales is a series of seven new stories set in Bearyland, a magical world of fairy tale characters, all of whom are also bears. The tales included are; Princess Obnoxious, The Pink Witch, Prince Draggletail, The Little Merbear, The Beary... more

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When Daffodils are New Again

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any fiction-lover’s digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly’s worlds, reviewers have been recommending his... more

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Jane Forxworthy

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any fiction-lover’s digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly’s worlds, reviewers have been recommending his... more

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Walker - London 2012

Leading the UK track and field team to gold medal winning glory at the Athens Olympics in 2004 and again at Beijing in 2008 was enough for British Athletics to turn again to Walker and persuade him - the UK's greatest ever track and field athlete... more

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Love is my Destiny

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any fiction-lover’s digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly’s worlds, reviewers have been recommending his... more

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101 Amazing Katy Perry Facts

Are you the world’s biggest KatyCat? Do you know everything there is to know about the world’s best-loved singer? Then this is the book for you! In this easy-to-digest eBook are 101 facts about your favourite superstar – do you know all of... more

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To Unleash a Force

How does a country like England in 1987, fight terrorism with people that do not follow the rules of engagement? Major General Mick Strayker has the answer that is approved by the Prime Minister. His answer; is you send men whom are the best of... more

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George Wade 1673-1748

In Westminster Abbey a magnificent marble monument honours the memory of Field Marshal George Wade. He is best remembered for his role in disarming and pacifying the clans after the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715, and for the network of roads and... more

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Strange Fruits

strange fruits is a poetry collection by Kent writer, Maria C. McCarthy. Maria is a poet of remarkable skill, whose work offers surprising glimpses into our 21st-century lives - the `strange fruits' of our civilisation or lack of it. Shot through... more

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Abraham's Treasure

When teenage twins James and Jerome are told that treasure, buried during the days of slavery, is their rightful inheritance, their summer holidays turn into a frantic treasure hunt. Determined to find Abraham's Treasure, they de-code the clues... more

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Leporello on the Lam

Leporello on the Lam tells of the further adventures of characters from Mozart and Da Ponte’s famous comic opera, Don Giovanni. Hapless manservant, Leporello seeks a new master but, still traumatised by events, finds himself on the run from the... more

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The Fortune Hunter

The two decades after Waterloo marked the great age of foreign fortune hunters in England. Each year brought a new influx of impecunious Continental noblemen to the world’s richest country, and the more brides they carried off, the more alarmed... more

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Jill's Leading Ladies

When Jill Allen-King OBE, suddenly lost her sight at the age of 24, with little help and advice available from Social Services she had to teach herself to cope with a whole new way of living that had its own set of challenges to overcome,... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Kings and Queens - A Very Peculiar History

Which king's guards massacred a group of his supporters by mistake? Who had an oversized tongue and had to slobber when they ate food? Who was so large when they died that they had to be buried in a square coffin? Who survived seven assassination... more

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The Man U Quiz Book

Are you one of Man U’s biggest fans? Do you watch every game and avidly follow the club’s progress in the League? Can you name all the memorable United players, past and present, and the years they played for the club? If so, the time has come... more

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Peeps Into China

The story of a missionary and his time in China. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Peeps Into China, by Eliza Caroline Phillips, is... more

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Travels through France and Italy

A travellers guide of France and Italy in the 1700's. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Travels through France and Italy, by T.... more

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The London Underground Quiz Book

Brief Description: Are you a regular commuter on the London Underground? Do you use the tube to get around for business or pleasure? Or maybe you have travelled on the underground during a visit to the UK capital? If so, just how much can you... more

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Diamonds in the Blood

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any fiction-lover’s digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly’s worlds, reviewers have been recommending his... more

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Fear Factors

Fear Factors is a book about man’s inhumanity to man. It’s about the evil man does. Basically, its how some humans create hell for others! How far are you willing to push the envelope to get what you really, really want at the expense of... more

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Orinoco

Dane Martin was dragged up in an orphanage put through an indifferent high-school education which fitted him for very little. He, and his best friend Tommy Garner, steal cars and sell them to oil-rich Arabs. Tommy was skilled with engines and Dane... more

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Sherlock Holmes and the Plague of Dracula

After Mina Murray asks Sherlock Holmes to locate her fiancee, Holmes and Watson travel to a land far eerier than the moors they had known when pursuing the Hound of the Baskervilles. The confrontation with Count Dracula threatens Holmes' health,... more

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Heather Never Blooms in Israel

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any fiction-lover’s digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly’s worlds, reviewers have been recommending his... more

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Invisible Scars

Liz Henderson has managed to escape from an abusive husband. But only because James Brandwell has been sentenced to six years in prison for Grievous Bodily Harm and Rape. The last attack put Liz in hospital with a fractured spine and skull. ... more

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Holmes Sweet Holmes

Writer-actor-director Peter Gerards latest film was a smash hit, but some fans of Sherlock Holmes were outraged. Why? Because 221 B Bourbon Street portrayed the beloved detective as a goateed, saxophone-playing southern American working in 1920s... more

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43 Team Building Activities for Key Stage 1

Clearly written lesson plans aimed at improving a range of social and physical skills, as well as stimulating children's imaginations through a series of exciting problems and scenarios. From saving an endangered animal to surviving an alien... more

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Shadowblood

A sequel to Shadowfall, this novel continues the adventures of Holmes as a man of two worlds, gifted with both deductive and magical powers. The convalescing Watson's country holiday is brought to an abrupt end when an eccentric recluse named... more

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Sherlock Holmes and the Dead Boer at Scotney Castl

In Sherlock Holmes and The Dead Boer at Scotney Castle the great consulting detective comes up against the rich and powerful Kipling League. Dr Watson recounts the extraordinary events which took place on a spacious early summer day in the Sussex... more

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Religion and Lust

Religion and Lust: the physical correlation of religious emotion and sexual desire by James Wier. Chapters covering phallic worship, viraginity and Effemination, genius and degeneration and much more. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

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100+ Fun Ideas for a Happier Classroom

This book is crammed with stimulating ideas to help you create and communicate the impression of a calm, happy classroom where pupils feel secure and are challenged to do their very best. Suggestions cover everything from layout of the classroom... more

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London, A Very Peculiar History

Charting the quirky past of one of the most important cities in the world, 'London, A Very Peculiar History' will challenge what you thought you knew about this great capital and blow your mind with things you most certainly didn't. From Roman... more

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Harry Flashman and the Invasion of Iraq

Through the winter of 2002/3, as Britain and the United States prepare for war with Iraq, one man above all others is doing his utmost to avoid conflict. Step forward Captain Harry Flashman, a staff officer with the Queen's Royal Hussars and... more

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The State of the Church and the Church of the Stat

Many people, including those who are not regular Churchgoers, have a sense that the Church of England is important for the nation's well-being, and that we would be the poorer without it. Can our Christian foundations laid in the past provide the... more

In Non-Fiction

 

First Overland

Why Not? After all, no-one had ever done it before. It would be one of the longest of all overland journeys – half way round the world, from the English Channel to Singapore. They knew that several expeditions had already tried it. Some had got... more

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The Gaming Table Vol. 1

The Gaming Table, Its Votaries and Victims, first of a two-volume study of all aspects of The Gaming Table 'In all Times and Countries, especially in England and in France.' Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a... more

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Ireland, A Very Peculiar History

Great Britain can be accused of many things; a proliferation of queuing, a fondness of the demon drink; but it's not without more than its fair share of important historical and modern people. 'Great Britons: A Very Peculiar History' looks at a... more

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The Logic Bomb

Amsterdam 2054: Damen van Hool is working on just another job: directing the vid story of how, three decades before, gravity wave signals were detected from another intelligence. His work takes him inside the datasystems of Kittcorps, the... more

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Boys Talk

This is a story of eight young boys, Barney, David, Denis, Rory, Hugh,Dominic, Steve & Aaron, just about to leave school at the age of fourteen as that was the school leaving age in 1940 when this story began. It is told by BARNEY, who was the... more

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My Beautiful Bahrain

Bahrain is beautiful, for many reasons- but it is mainly beautiful, in my eyes, because it is a country that embraces. The historical and cultural metamorphosis of this island is reflected in the aggregate of identities, accents and mini-cultures.... more

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Charles Dickens, A Very Peculiar History

Taking a unique look at one of the most acclaimed and best-loved English writers of the nineteenth century, 'Charles Dickens, A Very Peculiar History' asks why, what, where, how and who the Dickens was Charles Dickens? Why did he keep a pet raven... more

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Military Rule: The Return of the Manderville

A writer uses his imagination to create intriguing characters and a gripping storyline, and author Mark had achieved this in creating his debut novel, Military Rule. But the boundary between imagination and reality is challenged beyond all belief... more

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Military Rule

America has secured its place as the world’s superpower, with total control of the Middle East and its oilfields. Absolute world domination is in its grasp. But the outgoing President seems to be losing his grip and some believe he is selling... more

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Making My Own Space

From his early childhood, Paul Burton, now a prolific film and television writer, producer, director and historian, always felt different, as though he were a square peg trying to fit into a round hole, and he was labelled a ‘no-hoper’.... more

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The Portuguese

Portugal is an established member of the European Union, one of the founders of the euro currency and a founder member of NATO. Yet it is an inconspicuous and largely overlooked country on the continent’s south-west rim. In the fifteenth- and... more

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The Quizmaster's Companion to Film and Television

Are you a television and film aficionado? Maybe you are a quizmaster responsible for organising quiz nights and are looking for new material? Or do you simply have a keen interest in film and TV history? Whatever your reason for choosing this... more

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The Gaming Table Vol 2

The Gaming Table, Its Votaries and Victims, first of a two-volume study of all aspects of The Gaming Table. A look at murders, suicide, duels and executions caused by gambling. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need... more

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Scotland, A Very Peculiar History – Volume 1

From its earliest inhabitants up to the beginnings of Stewart rule, 'Scotland: A Very Peculiar History - Volume 1' is a lively and informative account of the chequered (or rather, 'tartaned') history of Scotland. Detailing grisly clan wars and the... more

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Malta

Deborah Manley’s selection of extracts reveals how generations of writers have viewed the landscapes of Malta and Gozo, the people of the islands, the splendours of Valletta and its famous harbour, and the celebrated festas, the village... more

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The Trans-Siberian Railway

No railway journey on Earth can equal the Trans-Siberian between Moscow and Vladivostock. It is not just its vast length and the great variety of the lands and climes through which it passes. It is not just its history as the line that linked the... more

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The Basque Country

The Basque Country is a land of fascinating paradoxes and enigmas. Home to one of Europe's oldest peoples and most mysterious languages, with a living folklore rich in archaic rituals and dances, it also boasts a dynamic post-modern energy, with... more

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Egyptian Mummies, A Very Peculiar History

You can't take it with you - or can you? Discover the grisly process of mummification, from embalming and stuffing the corpse to preparing a home for eternity. This title explores the quirky side of a journey to the afterlife, looking at the myth... more

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Lakeland's Easiest Walks

This book features 36 walk through spectacular countryside, specially selected as equally suitable for wheelchairs, pushchairs, people with limited mobility and those with very young children. All paths featured are wheelchair accessible, and the... more

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Lakeland's Easiest Walks

This book features 36 walk through spectacular countryside, specially selected as equally suitable for wheelchairs, pushchairs, people with limited mobility and those with very young children. All paths featured are wheelchair accessible, and the... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Lakeland's Easiest Walks

This book features 36 walk through spectacular countryside, specially selected as equally suitable for wheelchairs, pushchairs, people with limited mobility and those with very young children. All paths featured are wheelchair accessible, and the... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Lakeland's Easiest Walks

This book features 36 walk through spectacular countryside, specially selected as equally suitable for wheelchairs, pushchairs, people with limited mobility and those with very young children. All paths featured are wheelchair accessible, and the... more

In Non-Fiction

 

How to Prepare Your Child for Primary School

Starting school is one of the most important events in your child’s life and can be an exciting time for parents and children alike, but even the most confident child can find it a daunting prospect if not adequately prepared. Help your child to... more

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Restless Hearts

When Tom and Emily Wilks lose their daughter in a road traffic accident, the shattering event proves to be a catalyst that brings suffering and anger to the surface from generations both living and dead that spans a hunderd years, building up to a... more

In Fiction

 

Ben Goes to the Dentist

Will Bartholomew the panda have to take Ben’s place when the Campbell family visit the dentist? Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. Ben Goes to the Dentist, by Keith Harvey, is... more

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The Book of Dreams and Ghosts

The Book of Dreams and Ghosts by Andrew Lang. According to some definitions every 'ghost' is a 'hallucination,' a false perception, the perception of something which is not present, but could there be more to it. Please Note that the book is... more

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The Mustard Seed

This is Tillie Faulkner’s story. The story of her life as she saw it through her own eyes and of NATHAN STEIN’S story as he saw Tillie because he was madly in love with her. It is also the story of RAMAZAN SONMEZ who lusted after Tillie but... more

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Finty and The Magic Forest

Rosemary was a good teacher and she thought she had reached the height of her profession until she met Finty …a talking squirrel and then her life changed forever. After she met Finty, she could speak animal language as well as English and her... more

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Tumbling Down

When the job as Deputy Manager comes up at the Little Ones Nursery, Jennifer feels confident she will get it. She is devastated when the job is given to Karen, an outside candidate. Jennifer takes an instant dislike to Karen and conflict and... more

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Poet

Padraic Tuohy or Poet as he is known is a musician, poet and dreamer: but he is about to get his world shattered by events that drive him to the very edge of madness. A collection of disparate characters collude to drag him screaming back to a... more

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The King in Yellow

A collection of somewhat macabre Gothic fiction short stories written by Robert W. Chambers. Also incorporates mythology, fantasy, mystery, science fiction and romance. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data... more

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The Grey Fairy Book

A collection of fairy stories from around the world in this popular series written by Andrew Lang. Stories in this edition are derived from many countries—Lithuania, various parts of Africa, Germany, France, Greece, and other regions of the... more

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The Christmas Tree Tangle

The kitten has climbed the Christmas tree! Climbed so high and climbed so far to cling with her claws to the Christmas star. So begins the magically illustrated story of the - Christmas Tree Tangle - in which the kitten, the cat, the dog, the goat... more

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The Name Game

ELLIE AND MARGE are two wealthy, middle aged sisters who live in New York City. They travel every year on the continent, taking their annual vacation and on this particular occasion they decide to take their niece ROSIE with them, since... more

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For the Love of Freya

Amy & Steven were married and had moved into their new home, 'Cairnra' a bungalow on the outskirts of Inverness. ANNA STEIGER had settled in at her smaller residence, 'Cara' when she left the ruined 'Glencara' which had been razed to the ground... more

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The Leavenworth Case

The Leavenworth Case - A Lawyers Story, by Anna K. Green. A great American detective adventure. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized... more

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Nuclear Peace - The Story of the Trident Three

The Trident Three are three middle-aged women who, on a quiet June morning in 1999, disarmed the British Trident Thermonuclear Submarine Fleet. Their subsequent arrest and trial were watched around the world by politicians and campaigners of all... more

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The Runaway Children Volume 2

“You can do exactly what you like, as long as you do it with a smile.” So says the astonishing Mr Smyle on welcoming Alice, Miles, Joe and Odi to his equally astonishing castle. On the face of it, the children should have plenty to smile about... more

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In Ordinary Time

In Ordinary Time is a collection of fourteen stories that mainly surround the Catholic faith and its people. Characters are real, flawed, yet sincere and honest. To say there is always a happy ending to each story would be an untruth; but there... more

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The One Direction Quiz Book

Are you an expert on One Direction? Can you name all the band members? Have you followed every twist and turn in the amazing One Direction story from X Factor wannabes to chart topping supergroup? If you think you know all about the boys from 1D,... more

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Sweet Acceptance Versus Bitter Resistance

This book uses 3 tenets for treating addiction: Psychology, spiritualism and law of attraction. When readers apply the proven principles in this book, they will be able to overcome any kind of addiction, bad habit as well as set positive,... more

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101 Amazing One Direction Facts

Are you the world’s biggest One Direction fan? Do you know everything there is to know about the world’s best-loved boy band? Then this is the book for you! In this easy-to-digest eBook are 101 facts about your favourite group - do you know... more

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What's Your Anger Type for Christians

This book explores the 12 types of anger and how they relate to Christian/religious principles and beliefs surrounding anger. Different personality types are examined and the roles they play in anger. The most successful anger management methods... more

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The Doughnut Man

A surreal story for children. Joe Osborne was an orphan. He was eleven years of age and could not wait to grow up quickly enough. He wanted to be a man, not tomorrow or the day after. He wanted to be a man, NOW and his wish was granted when he... more

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The Dentist and a Boy

WILLIAM BRIGHT was bright by name, but many thought he wasn’t too bright by nature until William proved them all to be wrong. He was a little slower than most of the other pupils at his school because it was later learned that he was dyslexic... more

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The Horror of Craigai

In olden times an alien craft crashed in the sea not far from Edinburgh. Its only surviving passenger burrowed into the ground and took up permanent residence. This deadly parasite from outer space controls all it surveys while the human... more

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The Palmer Raids and the Red Scare: 1918-1920

In this volume of the Explaining Modern History Series, Nick Shepley explores the roots of American anti Communism and how a strong and independent left wing movement in the USA was broken during and immediately after World War One. Essential... more

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Be Smart in Everything That Matters

Be smart in everything that matters is an up-to-date guide, telling you how to be a step ahead in building your personality, tackling personal financial matters, making vital decisions when it comes to getting married and some of the basics in... more

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Horoscopes - Your Future in 2012

A Book of horoscopes for every star sign for each week in 2012: see what the future holds for you! These predictions mainly deal with the three most important areas in people's lives – work, family life and romance although another subject may... more

In Fiction

 

The Great Immigration Scandal

Outlines the events that led to the decision that the author could no longer participate in a policy that appeared to be at odds with the intentions of Parliament. This book includes an analysis of the relevant scholarly literature in demography,... more

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The Great Reading Disaster

By the late 1980s half the nation’s children were receiving eleven years of progressivist schooling that failed to give them even the elementary basis of education that was completed by the age of seven in earlier days. This great reading... more

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Beyond Patriotism

Beyond Patriotism argues that some millions of Americans have become “post-national” people who put the good of humanity ahead of patriotism or national honour. It discusses the decisions that led them from the Vietnamese War, to the attempt... more

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Writing up Your Family History

This book offers a stimulus of practical encouragement to all those involved with tracing their ancestors. It is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide to writing up and publishing your family history. It explains how to go about collecting the... more

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Family History on the Net

Using the internet is the easiest and quickest way to find source material and information for those researching their family history. However, the huge number of websites available can become overwhelming and the Net can prove to be a very... more

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Another War

It starts with a mystery: an old manor house is surrounded by an impenetrable bubble, and all that lives within it seems to wither and die. Investigating, the Army find two men inside the house: men who vanished some 100 years ago but who have... more

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The Rap and Hip Hop Quiz Book

Are you a fan of rap and hip hop? Are you familiar with artists such as Snoop Dog, Ice T and Lil' Kim? Can you name all the trailblazing rappers and singers and their hits? If so, you will enjoy trying to answer the 100 quick questions in The Rap... more

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The Scottish Political System Since Devolution

This book presents a narrative of Scottish politics since devolution in 1999. It compares eight years of coalition government under Scottish Labour and the Scottish Liberal Democrats with four years of Scottish National Party minority... more

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The Economic Imperative

The book explores the role of leisure in modern life. It was written in the belief that leisure sets us apart as a species, that what is “useless” by commercial standards is probably the best thing we have going for us, and that leisure is... more

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Replika

It's a pretty routine life in post-millennial Manchester for the mega successful playwright Smirnov Kool. Untill reality spectacularly collapses one morning. Everything he once took for granted is replaced with suicidal taxi drivers, vamprical... more

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Titanic, A Very Peculiar History

It boasted libraries, palm trees, swimming pools, a 50-phone switchboard and was nearly as tall as the Eiffel Tower… No, she's not a skyscraper, she's the Titanic! Marking the centenary of the sinking of the White Star Liner RMS Titanic in 1912,... more

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Open to New Light

This book is about “the meaning of life” or “the spiritual quest”. It offers a selective and critical evaluation of some central strands of Western religious and philosophical thought over two and a half thousand years. It starts with... more

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Demystifying Shamans and Their World

Shamanism can be described as a group of techniques by which its practitioners enter the “spirit world,” purportedly obtaining information that is used to help and to heal members of their social group. Despite a resurgence of interest in... more

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The Tarnished Camaro

The thrilling Fourth novel from John Smalldridge in the Tarnished Series.The Tarnished Camaro is the story of a car and its affect on a series of people, most of them very religious. It talks to the failures of the church today and might lead to... more

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So Far Divided

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any fiction-lover’s digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly’s worlds, reviewers have been recommending his... more

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The Moon and Madness

Lunacy, the legendary notion of minds unhinged by the moon, continues to captivate the popular imagination. Although it violates the assumptions of modern science and psychiatry, such belief remains common among mental health workers. Furthermore,... more

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Pluralism and the Mind

Paul Feyerabend noted that ‘… the world which we want to explore is a largely unknown entity. We must, therefore, keep our options open and … not restrict ourselves in advance.’ (1975, p. 20). Given that consciousness is poorly understood... more

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Looking In and Speaking Out

This book argues that it is essential to examine the linguistic and communicative practices that are used in the production of introspective data, thereby making an important contribution to debates about how we may study experience that are... more

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How to be Brilliant at Mental Arithmetic

How to be Brilliant at Mental Arithmetic addresses the twin pillars of mental arithmetic - mental recall and mental agility. Mental recall depends on familiarity with number bonds and plenty of opportunity to practise. Mental agility depends more... more

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Just Another Angel

London in the late 1980s - the era of Thatcherism and Loadsamoney - is an exciting but sometimes dangerous place to live. Fitzroy Maclean Angel gets by partly through gigging as a jazz trumpet player, partly through taking illegal fares in his... more

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Early Political Writings 1925–30

Michael Oakeshott (1901–90) made his reputation as a political philosopher, but for a long time it seemed as if he had little interest in politics before 1945. His major pre-war work, Experience and its Modes (1933) was an examination of the... more

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Britain in a Global World

This edited collection explores the future options for the UK regarding its relationship with the European Union (EU). Since Britain applied for membership in 1961, the nature of the relationship between the UK and the EU has been central to... more

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The Rhythm and Blues Quiz Book

Are you a fan of rhythm and blues? Can you name the great R&B artists from yesteryear and the songs that made them famous? Do you consider yourself to be an expert on R&B music? If so, why not put your knowledge to the test with The Rhythm and... more

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The Jessie J Quiz Book

Are you a Jesse J fan? Have you followed her meteoric rise to fame from song-writing wannabe to singing superstar? Do you know everything there is to know about the feisty songster from London? If so, why not test your knowledge with this quick... more

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The Porsche Quiz Book

Do you own a Porsche? Can you name the different models past and present? Are you familiar with the technology that goes into making these iconic cars? Or maybe you aspire to owning one? Whatever the reason for your interest, if Porsche is your... more

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Imps of Willow Dell

Three people vanish without a trace in a sleepy little farm community; legend has it that they were taken by the Devil. A haunted hill, a deserted ruin and three children with vivid imaginations conspire to unravel the mystery … yet something... more

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The Country Music Quiz Book

Do you enjoy country music? Are you familiar with the names of all the best-loved country stars, past and present? Can you recall when your favourite country artists started their singing careers and sing along to their greatest hits? If you... more

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More Brilliant Stories for Assemblies

More Brilliant Stories for Assemblies contains over 50 stories for use in primary schools. The stories range from those dealing with specific issues, such as bullying, racism and disability, to historical and religious stories. The stories can be... more

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Lotteries in Public Life

Lotteries have been used to make all kinds of public decisions ever since the days of Ancient Greece. They can contribute to some of our most important values, such as rationality, justice, and democracy. But until recently, there was no theory to... more

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The Vocabulary of a Modern European State

The Vocabulary of a Modern European State is the companion volume to The Concept of a Philosophical Jurisprudence and completes the enterprise of gathering together Oakeshott’s previously scattered essays and reviews. As with all the other... more

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Avatar-Philosophy (and -Religion) or FAITHEISM

Are you prepared, either as an atheist or a religious believer, to have your ideas of God, the self, other people, the body, the soul, spirituality, and faith challenged in an unexpected and original way? Here is a book that moves out from under... more

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The Concept of a Philosophical Jurisprudence

This volume brings together for the first time over a hundred of Oakeshott’s essays and reviews, written between 1926 and 1951, that until now have remained scattered through a variety of scholarly journals, periodicals and newspapers. A new... more

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Dickens As an Educator

Preface-This book has two purposes: to prove that Dickens was the great apostle of the new education" to the English-speaking world, and to bring into connected form, under appropriate headings, the educational principles of one of the world's... more

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Lectures in the History of Political Thought

Oakeshott’s memorable lectures on the history of political thought, delivered each year at the London School of Economics, will now be available in print for the first time as Volume II of his Selected Writings. Based on manuscripts in the LSE... more

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What Is History?

This highly readable new collection of thirty pieces by Michael Oakeshott, almost all of which are previously unpublished, covers every decade of his intellectual career, and adds significantly to his contributions to the philosophy of historical... more

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Truth and Faith in Ethics

This addition to the St Andrews Studies series contains a wide-ranging collection of essays on all aspects of moral philosophy and its impact upon public life in the twent-first century. The book brings together ethicists from a variety of... more

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Sensibility and Sense

Aesthetic sensibility rests on perceptual experience and characterizes not only our experience of the arts but our experience of the world. Sensibility and Sense offers a philosophically comprehensive account of humans' social and cultural... more

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Sensibility and Sense

Aesthetic sensibility rests on perceptual experience and characterizes not only our experience of the arts but our experience of the world. Sensibility and Sense offers a philosophically comprehensive account of humans' social and cultural... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Sensibility and Sense

Aesthetic sensibility rests on perceptual experience and characterizes not only our experience of the arts but our experience of the world. Sensibility and Sense offers a philosophically comprehensive account of humans' social and cultural... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Sensibility and Sense

Aesthetic sensibility rests on perceptual experience and characterizes not only our experience of the arts but our experience of the world. Sensibility and Sense offers a philosophically comprehensive account of humans' social and cultural... more

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Panic on a Plate

Food in Britain today is more plentiful, more nutritious, more varied, and much more affordable than ever in our history. This is something to celebrate, and Rob Lyons does exactly that. In a series of short up-beat chapters he challenges head on... more

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Understanding Teaching and Learning

Generous selections from these four seminal texts on the theory and practice of education have never before appeared together in a single volume. The Introductions that precede the texts provide brief biographical sketches of each author,... more

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Practical Philosophy

In this wide ranging volume of philosophical essays John Haldane explores some central areas of social life and issues of intense academic and public debate. These include the question of ethical relativism, fundamental issues in bioethics, the... more

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Understanding Faith

Militant atheists often mirror the worst kind of ignorance and hostility that they condemn in traditional believers. Writing both as a philosopher and an Anglican Christian, Professor Clark explores this initial perception, considering such topics... more

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Profit, Prudence and Virtue

Essays on the ethics of business and management. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. Profit, Prudence and Virtue, by Samuel Gregg, is packaged with an easy to use functional book... more

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Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Utility

A volume on the nature, ingredients, causes and consequences of human happiness by the father and son team of Anthony and Charles Kenny. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. Life,... more

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Faith in a Hard Ground

Elizabeth Anscombe’s forthright philosophy speaks directly to many religious and ethical issues of current concern.This collection of her essays forms a companion volume to the critically acclaimed Human Life, Action and Ethics, published in... more

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Subjectivity and Being Somebody

This book uses a neo-Aristotelian framework to examine human subjectivity as an embodied being. It examines the varieties of reductionism that affect philosophical writing about human origins and identity, and explores the nature of rational... more

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The Landscape of Humanity

The fourteen essays in this book develop a conception of human culture, which is humane and traditionalist. Focusing particularly on notions of beauty and the aesthetic, it sees within our culture intimations of the transcendent, and in two essays... more

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The Institution of Intellectual Values

This is a revised and expanded version of the much praised short book Universities: The Recovery of An Idea. It contains chapters on the history of universities; the value of university education; the nature of research; the management and funding... more

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Distributing Health Care

How ought a society to distribute its publicly funded healthcare resources? Few questions are in more urgent need of an answer. This multidisciplinary investigation brings together the insights of philosophy, clinical science, health economics,... more

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Time After Time

Sarah, or Sadie as she is called in the story, suffers an accident when she is fourteen, having been knocked down in the road and is immediately paralysed from the waist down, remaining that way until she died at the age of thirty-two. Please... more

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The Which? Doctor

This is s story of life as lived by Janet and her brother Jack, whose parents treated them abominally andcompelled them to think of their lives as useless. Neither had the will to live, but the accidents of life took them to places that they never... more

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The Greatest of These is Love

Joachim Flynn was born in Glasgow to Irish parents in the year 1926. He was a Catholic and went to a Catholic school with other Catholic boys, but Joachim always felt that there was something about him that wasn't just quite right. He didn't... more

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Human Life, Action and Ethics

A collection of essays by the celebrated philosopher Elizabeth Anscombe. This collection includes papers on human nature and practical philosophy, together with the classic 'Modern Moral Philosophy' Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

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From Plato to Wittgenstein

In 2005 St Andrews Studies published a volume of essays by Anscombe entitled Human Life, Action and Ethics, followed in 2008 by a second with the title Faith in a Hard Ground. Both books were highly praised. This third volume brings essays on the... more

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Mightier Than a Lord

Near the end of the nineteenth century, the Gaelic-speaking crofters of the Scottish Highlands rose in revolutionary struggle against their English landlords for the right to live in security on their own ancestral clan lands. Please Note that... more

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Old Mulherron's Boys

Reginald, Edgar Mulherron was a retired lawyer. His wife had died and he had no children. He had an old body with an active brain and he decided to continue working by recruiting men to assist families to stay together if circumstances became... more

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Goju Ryu Gekisai Dai Ichi Kata Sequence

The purpose of this guide is to help the beginner who is trying to learn the Kata in his or her own time. There is no real substitute for a competent instructor, fellow students and a Dojo. However, this guide may help the beginner practice alone... more

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Goju Ryu San Dan Gi

This informative eBook features a step by step, guide for Students of Go Ju Karate or any Martial Art who wish to learn San Dan Gi (Three level Sequence). Written by martial arts expert Tom Hill, 7th Dan, this is a valuable addition to the... more

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Jump Into Property Investing

If you are thinking about getting into the UK property market then this title, written by an author with over thirty years experience, is for you. Learn what to look for when choosing property in which to invest, whether for rental or... more

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Loto Francais

Bingo is a child-friendly and enjoyable way for children to learn French vocabulary. Topics include numbers, food, animals and clothes. Three types of lotto board are provided for each topic: words only, words and pictures and pictures only. Handy... more

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Lotto in Italiano

Bingo is a child-friendly and enjoyable way for children to learn Italian vocabulary. Topics include numbers, food, animals and clothes. Three types of lotto board are provided for each topic: words only, words and pictures and pictures only.... more

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The Rihanna Quiz Book

Are you a Rihanna fan? Do you know the lyrics to all of her songs? Can you name her albums? From releasing her debut album at the age of 17 to becoming one of the best selling artists of all time, Rihanna is one of the biggest success stories in... more

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The Katy Perry Quiz Book

Are you Katy Perry's number one fan? Have you followed her incredible journey from teenage songster to global megastar? Do you know everything there is to know about the singer-songwriter from the influences behind her music and the origins of her... more

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The Kylie Minogue Quiz Book

Are you a Kylie Minogue fan? Have you followed the pint size pop princess's long and successful career from Neighbours actress to chart topping singing sensation? Can you name all of her albums? Were you aware that Kylie had written a children's... more

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Succeeding in the Biomedical Admissions Test (BMAT

The Biomedical Admissions Test (BMAT) is used by admissions staff as part of the application process for entry to a number of medical and veterinary schools in the UK. Places for these courses are heavily oversubscribed so it is vital that... more

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The Royal Wedding Quiz Book

Were you captivated by the royal wedding? Were you one of the millions of viewers who watched on TV as Prince William married Catherine Middleton? Or maybe you travelled to London to join the throngs of well wishers lining the streets? Whatever... more

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Bobby Moore and Graham Gooch

Footballer Bobby Moore and cricketer Graham Gooch are two of the truly outstanding sporting figures of the post-war period. They attained the very heights of sporting glory during the golden years of their playing days in the latter half of the... more

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Are You the One?

Intrepid dating explorer Dizzideb tells her dating adventures, from the first nervous encounter with an internet dating site to the disasters, dilemmas and delights that followed. Debbie now runs Singles that Mingle a fun, no pressure social... more

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Red Sun at War

The devastating attack on Pearl Harbour, the tragic losses, extraordinary courage of the US sailors and airmen, and the fatal decisions of the Japanese are all examined through eye witness accounts and testimony. The terrible repercussions of the... more

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Touch my Lips

Freddie Huntsman has to deal with Giovanni Tito, a racketeer who wants a casino in the state. Tito has the daughter of State Governor Bronson, Freddie boss and Jadi Benton, Freddie’s live-in girlfriend, held captive against the signing of the... more

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Entrancing Tales for Change with Hypnosis and NLP

There may have been many times when you wished you had it in you to change your life but you didn't think you knew how. Do you want to change something in your life right now? Do you lack motivation and enthusiasm? Do you feel stressed out by fear... more

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Karate Terminology

This eBook offers Japanese to English translations of the vast majority of words and phrases used in martial arts today. Written by Karate expert Tom Hill it is a useful addition to any martial arts fan's bookshelf. Please Note that the book is... more

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The Detective and the Woman

Irene Adler, American opera singer and the one woman who outsmarted Sherlock Holmes, finds herself a widow at thirty-two, wealthy but emotionally broken. At the same time, Sherlock Holmes finds himself unable to return to England after faking his... more

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Sherlock Holmes: Tales From the Stranger's Room

A diverse collection of works from various writers, many of whom are unpublished until now. There are laughs, tears and numerous flights of fancy. In short; quirky and fun. Pull up a chair to the fireside in the comfort of the Stranger's Room and... more

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Sherlock Holmes and the Discarded Cigarette

London 1895. A well known author, a theoretical invention made real, and the importance of a sometimes overlooked clue challenge Holmes and Watson to prevent the perfect crime. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need... more

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Sherlock Holmes: The Peculiar Persecution of John

Tobacco millionaire John Vincent Harden has barely arrived in London when strange things start happening to him. The clerk at his hotel swears that Harden has checked out and taken his luggage with him. Then Harden receives a wire calling him home... more

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Britain's Television Queen

Focusing purely on Queen Elizabeth II's relationship with television, this book shows how she was ahead of the game in helping to change the face of British television from the outset of her reign in 1953 when she let the cameras into Westminster... more

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Sherlock Holmes and the Whitechapel Vampire

Victorian Englands most famous consulting detective is hot on the trail of London's most notorious serial killer, Jack the Ripper. But in Sherlock Holmes and the Whitechapel Vampire, Jack is a vampire and Holmes refusal to believe it could be his... more

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The Rod Stewart Quiz Book

Are you an expert on Rod Stewart? Have you followed every twist and turn in the veteran of pop's long and successful career? Do you know all there is to know about the chart topping star's personal and professional life? Then what better way to... more

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The Reality Television Quiz Book

Are you addicted to reality TV? Do you watch all the shows from Britain's Got Talent to The Apprentice? Can you name every contestant ever to walk through the doors of the Big Brother house? Then The Reality Television Quiz Book is definitely for... more

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The Case of the Hungarian Foot

Sebastian Symes, rival of Sherlock Holmes, searches for a butcher’s missing daughter. He and his companion Major Ritson encounter a Hungarian Count, a religious relic and a company of Hussars, in a tale of Victorian morality. Please Note that... more

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The Take That Quiz Book

Are you an expert on Take That? Have you followed every twist and turn in the amazing Take That story? Do you know all there is to know about the multi award winning, chart topping band? Then what better way to put your knowledge to the test than... more

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Sherlock Holmes on the Air

Eleven scripts from the famous US radio series The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Within these pages you'll discover how Holmes solved the mystery of the Amateur Mendicant Society, defended Professor Moriartys younger brother against a... more

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Sherlock Holmes and the Lyme Regis Legacy

The year is 1898. Doctor Watson is once more in Lyme Regis to visit the lady in his life, Mrs Beatrice Heidler. A gruesome death with echoes of one of Sherlock Holmes previous cases brings Holmes himself down to Dorset. In the company of an old... more

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Most Wanted

Introducing the Caribbean's very own – and very amateur – private detective and his tussles with the drug dealers, cops, Rastamen, ghosts, girlfriends and dogs who cross his path. These short stories are from a new voice in crime fiction.... more

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Bubble Wrapped Children

Numerous reasons cause adopted teenagers to reconnect with their birth family via Facebook, creating new challenges for adoption today and tomorrow. Incorporating theory, practice, anecdotes, metaphors, diagrams, models and case studies, this... more

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Black and White Sands

Elma Napier's love affair with Dominica, then a British colony, began in 1932 when she turned her back on London's high society to build a home in a remote coastal village on that most mysterious and seductive of all Caribbean islands. Black and... more

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It Falls into Place

These short stories bring together for the first time the shorter fiction of Phyllis Shand Allfrey, whose novel The Orchid House is a classic of Caribbean fiction. Set in Dominica, New York and London, the stories probe brilliantly beneath the... more

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Lisa the Unlikely Heroine

A free working holiday to Bermuda seems too good an opportunity for part-time cleaner Lisa to resist. However, her employer, Sir Ralph Higgins, an international banker, gets duped into smuggling drugs and is arrested at Bermuda International... more

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The Darts Quiz Book

Are you a darts enthusiast? Do you know the names of all the great players and the tournaments they have won? Do you watch all the televised Championships and consider yourself to be a darts expert? If so, why not put your knowledge to the test... more

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The Naked Shadow

Old-fashioned vehicles, a policeman on a bike and now a 1957 telephone directory! What on earth was going on?.. As he walked out into the daylight his mind was in total confusion.... It was beginning to dawn on Brian that he had travelled back in... more

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The Christina Aguilera Quiz Book

Are you Christina Aguilera's greatest fan? Have you followed her rise to fame from young TV actress and singer to best selling solo artist and dancer? Do you think you know everything there is to know about the talented American superstar? If so,... more

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The Rugby Quiz Book

All you have ever wanted to know about Rugby League and Rugby Union but have never dared to ask until now (as the answers are in the back of the book!) Will you get stung by a Wasp or charge through the 1,200 questions and mow down the opposition... more

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The Classic Children's Television Quiz Book

Compiled by acclaimed television scriptwriter and novelist Dean Wilkinson, The Classic Children's Television Quiz Book is packed with fascinating facts about the shows you loved as a child as well as those programmes currently capturing the... more

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The Pop Music Quiz Book

Do you often listen to pop music? Can you recall artists from yesteryear and reel off their hits? Do you have a broad knowledge of the history of pop? If you think you are an expert on pop music, then this quiz book is just what you need to test... more

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The Horror Film Quiz Book

The fact that horror remains one of the most popular genres in the history of film and has produced so many classic titles, proves that we all thrive on suspense and audiences everywhere just love to feel the fear factor. Who among us can ever... more

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When Harry Met Sheila

When Harry Met Sheila is the story of highly acclaimed comedy actress, Sheila Steafel, her relationship with Steptoe and Son actor Harry H. Corbett and how a woman, who should have had the world at her feet, ultimately destroyed her marriage and... more

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The Mix 'N' Match Pop Quiz Book

Brief Description: Are you knowledgeable about pop music? Can you reel off the names of groups from years gone by and their lead singers? Can you recall chart topping hits from the past and who sung them? If so, this exciting quiz book will... more

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Travels in Blood and Honey

Kosovo: the name conjures up blood: ethnic cleansing and war. This book reveals another side to the newest country in the world—a land of generous families, strong tastes and lush landscapes: a land of honey. Please Note that the book is... more

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The Red Devils Quiz Book

Calling all United fans, be prepared for a three-pronged attack as you pit your wits against this Quiz Book’s 1,250 quiz questions about Manchester United. The questions cover every aspect of the club including Managers, FA Cup wins, The Treble,... more

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Harry Potter - The Ultimate Quiz Book

This excellent quiz book contains over 400 questions to test the knowledge of any Harry Potter fan. From questions even a muggle should know all the way through to trivia that would test Dumbledore himself, this is a fantastic way to enjoy the... more

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The Motor Racing Quiz Book

So you're a fan of motor racing, but just how wide is your knowledge and how far back does it go? You'll be tested to the limit with this Motor Racing Quiz Book and will soon be chugging into the pits to have your brain recharged when you reach... more

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The Man City Quiz Book

Are you a loyal supporter of Manchester City Football Club? Never missed a match? Do you know all there is to know about your favourite football team? Then the time has come to test your memory of the events that have shaped City with this... more

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The Hoops Quiz Book

Are all you ardent Celtic fans up to this challenge? Pit your wits against 1,500 wide-ranging questions about your beloved team, and get ready to step up a gear as you progress to the last section, designed to test even the most knowledgeable... more

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Training Night

Sam's Football Stories are specially written to stimulate and motivate your slower learners and reluctant readers. Written by Sheila Blackburn, an experienced primary school teacher, the books will appeal particularly to reluctant boy readers.... more

In Fiction

 

The Ultimate Boxing Quiz Book

Do you consider yourself to be the world's biggest boxing fan? Do you look forward to, and follow, every match? Are you clued up on the history of this age old sport from bare knuckle and unlicensed through to the top-flight professional game?... more

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Sucking Sherbet Lemons

The classic and classy gay comedy about how Benson comes out after many experiences first in the garage where the gear he is interested is not mechanical or chemical. Then he is sent to learn to be a monk which makes him a permanent temptation for... more

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The British TV Sitcom Quiz Book

The sitcom has proved to be one of the most enduring genres in British TV history, reflecting the social changes and national concerns of the time, and has brought many memorable and much-loved characters to our screens. Who can forget iconic... more

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Twinkletoes

These stories are about seven year old twins with extraordinary names. The little girl is called Twinkletoes and the little boy, Chicky Wicky Wikey. How did they come to have these names? These stories tell some of the adventures of the twins... more

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Thinking From the Edge

It has been a long-held belief for many that we, as human beings, are made for more, and so too is our world. Many are seeking some form of spiritual fulfilment – answers that can transform lives, attitudes and societies – but quite often... more

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The Cricket Quiz Book

Did you know that cricket is the second most popular sport in the world and has been an established team sport for centuries, with more than 100 cricket-playing nations now recognised by the International Cricket Council? No doubt those questions... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Through the Apple Store

It seem that someone has murdered an actress. Who would believe the actual truth? Howard thinks a wandering Viking is the guilty party and Donavon Merryville gets the blame. In order to appease mad Albert and solve the murder, Donavon enters on a... more

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The West Country

The English West Country is a land of exceptional landscapes: many miles of wild, unspoilt coastline and vast expanses of wild moorland; great cities such as Exeter, Plymouth, Bath and Bristol; and market towns, villages and hamlets. Farming,... more

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The Greatest Football Quiz Book

Do you know everything there is to know about football? Are you familiar with all the players and managers who have played an important part in the beautiful game during the past 20 years? Can you recall the cup winners and bring to mind the final... more

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The Spurs Quiz Book

Will you be donning your spurs and galloping through the 1,000 challenging questions in this quiz book, or plodding down White Hart Memory Lane on a three-legged donkey? Only time will tell, but one thing's for sure: there will be no excuses of... more

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If Only Dad Could See Us!

Sam's Football Stories are specially written to stimulate and motivate your slower learners and reluctant readers. Written by Sheila Blackburn, an experienced primary school teacher, the books will appeal particularly to reluctant boy readers.... more

In Fiction

 

Raised on Elvis! Elvis! Elvis!

Like millions of first-generation Rock & Roll teens, Sandi Haynes Pichon, Author, Columnist & President of TCB ELVIS STYLE Fan Club in Louisiana, was Raised on ELVIS! ELVIS! ELVIS! In between the time she sat with him on his motorcycle at his... more

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The Ibrox Bears Quiz Book

Will you prove to be an intrepid Ranger as you track down the answers to the 1,500 challenging questions in this book, or will you end up like a Bear with a sore head? Only time will tell, but one thing's for sure, your knowledge of the club will... more

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Thirty Pieces of Silver

The most despised man in modern history; his very name is a byword for treachery! And yet in this chanelled novel by Dorothy Davies, Judas Iscariot steps forward to put his side of the most famous story ever told. He recounts in vivid detail how... more

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The Sahara

The Sahara is the quintessence of isolation, epitomizing both remoteness and severity of environment unlike any other place on the face of the earth. Replete with myths and fictions, it is a wild land, dotted with oases and camel trains trudging... more

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The Typewriter

A collection of time-twisting, brain-warping tales to tease, inspire and amuse. Characters are wrenched out of their everyday lives and thrown into new and bizarre situations, forcing them – and us – to confront mind-bending questions about... more

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The London of Sherlock Holmes

All serious Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts want to visit London to see the places mentioned in the Great Detective s adventures. The e-book version of See the London of Sherlock Holmes allows enthusiasts to -visit- London from their home computers,... more

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The Jazz Music Quiz Book

Do you enjoy listening to jazz music? Can you name the many great artists that the genre has produced? Are you familiar with the songs they are known for? If you think you know all about jazz, the time has come to put your knowledge to the test... more

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The Blue Wand - Volume 1

It is the first book of a trilogy telling about the adventures of the 14 year-old friends James and Joey. Using a wand James grandfather had for many years, they cross to the magic world of Lanomawood (The Land of the Magic wood) where they... more

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The Finder

Introducing Waldo Mars – former model, failed inventor, and the best finder east of Alpha Centauri, or at least Uxbridge. Waldo is impeded, rebuked and generally resented at every turn by his put-upon assistant, Rose Duvalle. And if he isn’t... more

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The Baseball Quiz Book

Do you enjoy baseball? Can you name all the great players, past and present? Do you follow all the major games? Then why not put your knowledge to the test with this exciting new quiz book. Which year did the players’ official strike caused the... more

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Swords for a Dead Lady

Swords for a Dead Lady is perhaps best thought of as a fantasy adventure. There is the discovery of the naked body of a woman hastily buried in a marsh, the quest to discover her identity and hunt down her killer leads our protagonists into... more

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San Ernesto's Shadow

The story is of altruism writ large when an Oilman near Houston gives his ranch back to descendants of the Mexican family who lost it in eighteen thirty six. That stunt set the bar high bringing the world to his door to praise and damn him while... more

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Stop Bedwetting in 7 Days

A guide for parents, using the thinking from the fields of positive psychology, NLP and Hypnotherapy to help children overcome bedwetting in just a few days. It also includes a downloadable recording for children to listen to, filled with positive... more

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Something of the Night

In a post-apocalyptic world in which the sun has been replaced by near-darkness, the few remaining survivors have been forced underground to protect themselves from the evil predators that roam the surface above. Not the wild animals but a new... more

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Read My Lips

Frederick Huntsman had a tough childhood. He was deaf for five years before his hearing was restored. His schoolmates shunned him and he never had a girlfriend in high school but this painful past left him with one very helpful skill: he could... more

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Safe Harbour

A British romance by Cara Cooper. Cassandra Waverley is thrilled with her beautiful harbourside restaurant. She's escaped a stressful job in the city and a personal meltdown which haunts her still. Just when she is relishing her seaside haven,... more

In Fiction

 

Rendezvous at The Populaire

Sherlock Holmes has retired. After a cruel accident during a fruitless chase for Moriarty, Holmes is maimed badly enough that he declares he will no longer solve the crimes of the London streets. But then a letter comes. A letter imploring him to... more

In Fiction

 

Running Away

Catherine Long has a habit of running away from her problems - and one of the biggest problems she's ever had to face goes by the name of James Grant. He was a great support to her and her younger sister Felicity when their father passed away, but... more

In Fiction

 

Patagonia

Patagonia is the ultimate landscape of the mind. Like Siberia and the Sahara, it has become a metaphor for nothingness and extremity. Its frontiers have stretched beyond the political boundaries of Argentina and Chile to encompass an evocative... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Once Upon a World - The Old Testament

“On the first day the world had ever known, God had a busy week in front of Him...' So begins Once Upon A World, a delightful series of Bible stories for children. With stories selected from the Old and New Testaments, the fresh clear style of... more

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Old Before My Time

Hayley Okines is like no other 13-year-old schoolgirl. In Old Before My Time, Hayley and her mum Kerry reflect on her unusual life. Share Hayley’s excitement as she travels the world meeting her pop heroes Kylie, Girls Aloud and Justin Bieber... more

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Once Upon a World - The New Testament

Once Upon A World is a delightful series of Bible stories for children. The fresh clear style of writer and illustrator Robert Duncan gives this eBook a widespread appeal. Once Upon A World presents a happy combination of faith and humour that... more

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Once Upon a World

“On the first day the world had ever known, God had a busy week in front of Him...' So begins Once Upon A World, a delightful series of Bible stories for children. With stories selected from the Old and New Testaments, the fresh clear style of... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Fraser's Line

Fraser's Line is an intriguing debut novel from author Monica Carly. Fraser Coleman, in his early sixties, is devastated by the loss of his adored wife Edie, only to discover the painful truth that she was not as perfect as he thought. As if this... more

In Fiction

 

No Police Like Holmes

The Investigating Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes Colloquium and donation of the third largest private collection of Sherlockiana in the world were supposed to produce a weekend of great publicity for tiny St. Benignus college in Erin,... more

In Fiction

 

My Dear Watson

The greatest mystery surrounding Sherlock Holmes comes to light he was actually a woman! The master or rather, mistress of disguise finally puts pen to paper to reveal this decades-long deception and, in so doing, discovers another fact she kept... more

In Fiction

 

Martin Little, Resurrected

Martin Little, Resurrected is a quirky and original novel which seamlessly blends the daily irritations of contemporary life in Britain with an unusual and unexpected setting. The storyline is action-packed, moderately thought-provoking and... more

In Fiction

 

In the Night In the Dark

Tales of phantoms, demons and alien gods, including all the stories from the out-of-print collection A Ghostly Crew: Tales from the Endeavour, winner of the Dracula Societys Children of the Night Award for 2001 Please Note that the book is stored... more

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Innocence and War

In 1867 the Daily Alta California commissioned Mark Twain to cover the story of the world’s first luxury cruise, a six-month round tour to the Holy Land from New York on board the Quaker City, an ex-Civil War Mississippi side-wheel paddle... more

In Non-Fiction

 

From Fancy Pants to Getting There

Elizabeth Wright had it all. A comfortable life, successful business, house, handsome partner and beautiful baby. Then things screwed up. She discovered that the man in her life was being unfaithful, and her prosperous pet centre crashed into a... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Listening In

Listening In allows the reader to eavesdrop behind the closed door of the therapy room, where private and personal lives are stripped bare. Forty-something Patrick Chime is a talented therapist but terrible husband. When a client demands Patrick's... more

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In Search of Dr Watson

In her third book author Molly Carr has, for the moment, abandoned the Watson-Fanshaw Detective Agency in favour of discovering as much as possible about Doctor Watson. Radically different in style from her first two books, the investigation will... more

In Fiction

 

I Will Find the Answer

Erik has returned and has brought an interesting character to Holmes's attention: Dr. Henry Jekyll. It appears Jekyll is experimenting on an unsanctioned patient in an effort to prove his theories concerning human nature correct. But who is the... more

In Fiction

 

Demon Dance

Deep in the bowels of Rhuddlan Castle the ancient vampire Lilly waits, reflecting on the bizarre twists of fate that brought her here. Leaving behind her lover and maker Gabriele, Lilly treads a path between instinct and survival: always living... more

In Fiction

 

Humpty's Bones

Telos Publishing is proud to announce the publication of a new horror novella by one of the supreme horror writers working in the UK today. Simon Clark's new chiller explores something nasty found in a village garden by an amateur archaeologist,... more

In Fiction

 

Eye of Athina

The collapse of the Berlin wall in 1989 allowed the evil shadow of Eastern Mafia to spread across Europe, with the Greek islands proving to be a haven of obscurity for Russian and Romanian gangs. To counter the threat to British interests on the... more

In Fiction

 

Catalonia - A Cultural History

Squeezed between more powerful France and Spain, Catalonia has endured a violent history. Its medieval empire that conquered Naples, Sicily and Athens was crushed by Spain. Its geography, with the Pyrenees falling sharply to the rugged Costa... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Bridges to Success

When you know something works you have to teach others. Learn how to transform learning difficulties into successful learning differences, enabling youngsters and adults alike to succeed. Bridges to Success offers visually talented yet challenged... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Bonfire Night in Lewes

A fascinating collection of historical articles charting the history of bonfire in Lewes from 1813 to the modern day. Plus a Time Line of relevant dates from 1555 to 2009, Bonfire Society Information and a complete list of the winners of the... more

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Black-Eyed Devils

A historical romance by best-selling novelist Catrin Collier which is set during the Tonypandy riots of 1911 in South Wales. One look was enough. Amy Watkins and miner 'Big' Tom Kelly were in love. But can they keep their feelings secret or face... more

In Fiction

 

Baker Street Beat

A diverse collection of Sherlock Holmes related writings including several essays, short stories and two radio plays. Andriacco's obsession with matters Sherlockian is obvious, and there is much here for Sherlock Holmes fans to enjoy. Please Note... more

In Entertainment

 

As a Leader Thinks

As a Leader Thinks gives leaders the benefit of quick reading with lasting impact, one leadership thought at a time. Laid out in a simple format, readers will be able to reflect and apply the leadership principles, warnings and challenges daily to... more

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Asymmetric Warfare for Entrepreneurs

Asymmetric Warfare for Entrepreneurs is a deconstruction and adaptation of TE Lawrence's epic account of the Arab Revolt. The conflict was a side theatre of World War I which pitted the British Imperial might against Ottoman dominance in the... more

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Athens

Athens is an historical anomaly. Excavations date its first settlement to over seven thousand years ago, yet it only became the capital of Greece in 1834. During the intervening centuries it was occupied by almost every mobile culture in Europe:... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Perfect Valley

Matt Hudson is heading for California after completing a cattle drive from Texas. He is cheated out of his money, horse and guns by the Town marshal and deputies of Danville. Penniless, he walks toward California carrying his stock saddle... more

In Fiction

 

The Red Scare and the American Left 1918-1920

In this volume of the Explaining Modern History Series, Nick Shepley explores the roots of American anti Communism and how a strong and independent left wing movement in the USA was broken during and immediately after World War One. Essential... more

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The Ripples and the Tapestries

A wonderful thought provoking novel from Lyz Harvey. Following Cressida’s unexpected death, Troy retrieves two secret manuscripts from her house, ensuring that even Cressy’s son remains unaware of their existence. These manuscripts lead... more

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The Mighty Eighth in World War II

In May 1942, five months after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the first aircraft and crews of the newly-formed Eighth US Army Air Force arrived in England. Over the next two years their numbers swelled to a massive and powerful force of bombers and... more

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Sunstroke

Sarah Rutherford, using a job in Fuengirola as a cover, is investigating her sister's death. Mike, a lonely sub-editor, is drawn into her quest after witnessing the death of a hotel manager. Things hot up in the British ex-pat community,... more

In Entertainment

 

Straight From The Forces Mouth

Everyone has heard of Darth Vader, the infamous Star Wars villain we all love to fear, created by George Lucas and brought to life by Dave Prowse MBE, but people may not be so familiar with the story of the multi-talented man behind the mask. It... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Stockholm: A Cultural and Literary History

Situated on Lake Malaren on one of the world's most beautiful harbours, Stockholm has set the benchmark for civilized city-living since the time of the Vikings. Its medieval regal period saw the Vasa dynasty turn a small town in the shadow of... more

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How to be Brilliant at Spelling

These activities will stimulate children's interest in language and how it works and help them to become confident and positive spellers. The activities include: learning the vowels and consonants; the four step method; spotting the mistake; 'y'... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Just Still Breathing

This book is a collection of jokes, wonderfully illustrated by well-known cartoonist and illustrator Mike Payne. Mike's unique view of the world is shown in a humorous manner, with each joke having a 'setup frame' and a 'punchline frame'. Cheeky... more

In Fiction

 

Jump Into Spanish

It?s a great feeling to know you can be who you are without fear or embarrassment. This Spanish language course is designed to be FUN AND EASY to follow. In this eBook we have covered all of the most likely situations you may face and have... more

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I Diced with God

28th June 1491 was a momentous day for England. Sadly England did not realise it at the time. I came kicking and squalling into this world, full of vigour, full of strength and hearty of lungs. God be witness to this, what was the first thing... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Going Loco

Picking up from where A Seaside Practice left off, in Going Loco Dr Tom takes time out from the surgery for stints as a medical researcher and reporter, describing his travels from Rio to Miami, Vienna to Buenos Aires. Part memoir, part... more

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Jump Into Dutch

It's a great feeling to know you can be who you are without fear or embarrassment. This Dutch language course is designed to be FUN AND EASY to follow. In this eBook we have covered all of the most likely situations you may face and have... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Jump Into Italian

It?s a great feeling to know you can be who you are without fear or embarrassment. This Italian language course is designed to be FUN AND EASY to follow. In this eBook we have covered all of the most likely situations you may face and have... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Jump Into German

It?s a great feeling to know you can be who you are without fear or embarrassment. This German language course is designed to be FUN AND EASY to follow. In this eBook we have covered all of the most likely situations you may face and have... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Third Book of Short Stories

The Third book in the Short Stories by Lyn Funnell series of easy reading stories that cover a variety of situations, places and characters. My Box, Village People, Neddie the Nerd, The Newsmaker and more will keep you entertained while your on... more

In Fiction

 

The Secret Potion

Jody, a bubbly 10-year-old girl with an unfortunate habit of saying the wrong to find her kidnapped brother James. Her vivid dreams take her to a mysterious land called Tamila, which is inhabited by magical wizards, both good and bad, mischievous... more

In Fiction

 

The Tarnished Scepter

The thrilling third novel from John Smalldridge in the Tarnished Series.The Tarnished Scepter is a new story about Moses portraying an ordinary man who lived in an extraordinary time and who was used in an extraordinary way. A mixture of... more

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Japan - Hell on Earth: 2011

On the 11th March 2011, a massive earthquake hit the Pacific Ocean near to North-Eastern Japan. Soon afterwards, a devestating tsunami followed. This quick-read guide written by Paul Andrews gives the reader an overview an explanation of the... more

In Non-Fiction

 

If Sheep Could Fly

Have you ever wondered what would happen if sheep could fly? This wonderfully illustrated children's picturebook has been translated from the original French into English by JudyBee. A fantastic bedtime story for young children, this beautiful... more

In Fiction

 

Golf Down to a Tee

Golf really does not have to spoil a good walk. This guide has been put together for all levels of golfers and will contain something for new and old golfers. Golf is a wonderful sport which takes us to all levels of emotions, some days we wish... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Great Eggspectations?

Before shelling out a lot of money, or even a paltry sum, on buying chickens and all the equipment that goes with it you might benefit from reading this guide. Whilst not aiming to be a definitive guide to rearing chickens it is based on real... more

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Green Monster

After winning a second World Championship in four years, the Boston Red Sox have finally buried the Curse of the Bambino - maybe. Sox owner Louis Kenwood is shattered to receive an extortion demand - signed by ''Babe Ruth'' - claiming the 2004... more

In Fiction

 

The Tarnished Hairpin

A thrilling debut novel from John Smalldridge.The Tarnished Hairpin is the story of Adam and Eve and their excursion into the unknown world outside of the Garden of Eden. A mixture of characters, views,religion,trials and tribulations, love and... more

In Fiction

 

The Tarnished Pendant

The thrilling second novel from John Smalldridge in the Tarnished Series.The Tarnished Pendant is story of a prealuvian priest. It portrays the world before the flood and depicts the reason why the church of today can turn a blind eye to sin in... more

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Ragnorf's Revenge

In this sequel to S.N.O.T., the world’s most accident-prone Wizard, Jebediah Humphries, is in his final year of Wizard’s summer camp. When his arch-nemesis Ragnorf, head of the Gnome mafia, escapes from prison he has one thing on his mind –... more

In Fiction

 

The Sun Will Still Shine Tomorrow

Ashley Clark had given the whole of his working life to the Metropolitan Police. The 7/7 tube station bombings eventually broke his resolve and his love affair with London. He could have prevented the bombings, saved all those lives. He transfers... more

In Fiction

 

The Song of Hope

How could you live without hope? How could you make friends, or even fall in love, knowing nothing you do will last? Then again, how could you not? Gessera has never settled, always moving through a society where moving on is a way of life. Now... more

In Fiction

 

The Second Book of Short Stories

The second book in the Short Stories by Lyn Funnell series of easy reading stories that cover a variety of situations, places and characters. A Head of His Time, Just Once More, Nelly the Pig, Virtie and more will keep you entertained while your... more

In Fiction

 

The Roaring 20's and the Wall Street Crash

The Wall Street Crash was an epic failure of the financial system at the start of the 20th Century, but it alone did not cause the Great Depression. This edition of Explaining Modern History looks at the deeper causes of the crisis. Ideal for GCSE... more

In Non-Fiction

 

The Protein Crunch

The Protein Crunch – Civilisation on the brink is a capitalist’s tour of the environment. The authors reveal the hard facts of how environmental degradation is already affecting all of us from food price riots to the collapse of countries... more

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The Plan of the Highest Will

In this magical tale of spiritual development, the highest form of unconditional love and willpower has a plan: to set a young soul, saddled with good intentions, on a mission to the astrals and beyond. As each task is completed, he returns... more

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The Outstanding Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes

This compilation, comprising a Baker's (street) Dozen of his adventures, re-creates the gas-lit, fog-enshrouded world of Victorian London as once more Sherlock Holmes urges - Come, Watson, the game is afoot! Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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Apolysis

Armageddon breaks out. Then an Apocalypse of nuclear fire rains down from the sky. The Second Coming of the Lord is at hand& but Angels, Demons and Men have different plans and murder in their hearts. God is assassinated in a coup that shatters... more

In Fiction

 

The Narrow Road of Twisted Tales

This book is for seven to twelve year old boys and girls. They would love to read stories that are based on adventure, fantasy and mystery. Each story has a twist and an unexpected ending. The story of Peter and the Midnight party is about Peter... more

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The Magic of the Aura

For those of you who perceive ‘aura’ simply as a distinctive atmosphere or quality, The Magic of the Aura will open your eyes to a completely new and fascinating world and reveal the aura to be an incredible, scientifically proven metaphysical... more

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The Ambassadors

A classic from Henry James. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. The Ambassadors, by Henry James, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down... more

In Fiction

 

All the Rage

Michael Strange, international art dealer, has everything: wealth, power and prestige. But his privileged world is brought to the brink of collapse when a series of unforeseen circumstances leave him face to face with financial ruin. Then, out... more

In Fiction

 

A Turnkey or Not

A chance meeting on holiday in Majorca changed Tony Levy’s life forever and launched him into a 25-year career in a job that he never would’ve considered previously: working in Her Majesty’s Prison Service. This book catalogues Tony’s... more

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A Major soldier

This is the story of Frank Bailey, a man whose ordinary demeanour in civilian life hid a record of active service and heroism in the Great War.He embarked on a 36-year long career with the Essex Regiment when he left his tiny rural community and... more

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The Whisky Tasting Guide

Why should you buy this book? Easy: I’ve written a straightforward and easy-to-follow guide to malt whiskies which will point you straight in the direction of malts which will be to your taste, based on whiskies you’ll probably be familiar... more

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Weather Forecasting Made Simple

The weather has always dominated our daily lives and wind, rain and sunshine remain our favourite topic of conversation. We all want to know what the weather will be for the week ahead in order to plan our days. But even with T.V.forecasts, it is... more

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Water Birth Please!

Why is it that having children affects our ability to speak proper English? What exactly is the “Wassat?” game? How can a seemingly harmless children’s TV character give you a nosebleed? Water Birth Please is the Diary of a Mum muddling... more

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In Clive's Command - A Story of the Fight for Indi

I have not attempted in this story to give a full account of the career of Lord Clive. That has been done by my old friend, Mr. Henty, in With Clive in India." It has always seemed to me that a single book provides too narrow a canvas for the... more

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Trabant Trek

Cambodia is a long way from Germany - thousands of miles, as it turns out. And in between are some of the world’s highest mountains, most inhospitable deserts and least welcoming countries. Trying to make the journey overland was always going to... more

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Values, Education and the Human World

Education and the Human World Values, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start reading. This is a full length, fully licensed and official ebook version of this title. Further... more

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My Fire's Gone Out

My fire’s gone out! is a simple, funny and yet profound story about coping with change. The fire is a metaphor for what is really important to you in your life or your work. In this fast-paced modern world we live in, we are faced with many... more

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Murder and Mystery Trails of Northumberland and Th

Popular TV ghosthunter, Clive Kristen, takes the reader in search of the most notorious murderers in Northumberland's history and tries to unravel the circumstances and mysteries that still surround their crimes. The stories are woven into their... more

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Hunt For The Blower Bentley

THE CAR - Bentley serial number SM 3912 was a Phillips bodied two-seat DHC on a supercharged 4.5 litre chassis. The facts are clear. It was bought new by Lord Brougham & Vaux. And it was last heard of in 1939. THE DISAPPEARANCE -Stephan Sidlow,... more

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Numerology in Action in Our World

This book is the first in what will be a lengthy series covering the numbers 1 to 99 - the result of 30 years of research into the power of word vibrations in the English language. It deals with the values and identifying chasteristics of the... more

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Paradise Divided

This timely portrait of Lebanon exposes the fault lines that underlie the current crisis in the Middle East, and charts the country’s attempts to rebuild a fragile peace after its long civil war and recent conflict with Israel. Part reportage,... more

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On Love's Orders

On Love's Orders is a novel that charts the ups and downs of a relationship between two unmarried people between their first meeting and their engagement 17 months later. The novel is set in an un-named typical English city about the year 2000.... more

In Fiction

 

Paid In Full?

An introduction to the history of British hip-hop as it finally escapes its reputation as the poor cousin of the American variant with a succession of hugely successful releases by the new stars of 'grime'. Alex Ogg, a notable author in this field... more

In Non-Fiction

 

Open Tap

Where can the waste created by this technological age be disposed of? The by-products of our relentless advancement are often more detrimental than beneficial. The necessity for this 'waste disposal' has given birth to a number of ruthlessly... more

In Fiction

 

Pretty Young Things

What's a girl to do these days? If she's not worrying about her makeup or her drop-dead outfit, it's the total lack of anyone hot to pick up at the local nightclub. Someone strong and silent, someone good looking...someone who might not mind a bit... more

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Opposite Island

Imagine being in a brand new rowing boat on a quest to find sharks, but instead you discover an island where everything is OPPOSITE! The people there are born old and grow young. They walk backwards, talk backwards, and they even ... fart... more

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Shell Shock: The Diary of Tommy Atkins

This short, diary-style novel, by a British army veteran chronicles the difficulties faced by Tommy, a 23-year-old squaddie, as he desperately tries to conquer post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – shell shock. His over-emotional responses to... more

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Pure Inspiration - Book 1

Pure Inspiration is a book of great quotes along with photography from around the world. This book has been designed so that you can either read it from front to back or back to front or you can go to the contents and pick a number at random to... more

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Question

Lee Hoyle - philosopher, man on the street or genius? Perhaps after reading this book you will make your own mind up. Unedited from his original manuscripts, this eBook contains a large number of 'mini articles' with Lee's thoughts on everything... more

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Relativism and the Foundations of Liberalism

Moral relativism is often regarded as both fatally flawed and incompatible with liberalism. This book aims to show why such criticism is misconceived. First, it argues that relativism provides a plausible account of moral justification. Drawing on... more

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Simple Herbal and Aromatherapy Recipes for your Bo

Simple Herbal & Aromatherapy Recipes for your Body, Mind & Soul is a easy and delightful way to turn common household items into lavish natural health and beauty products. Everyone can use theses fun recipes to look and feel better in just a... more

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The Woodlanders

Thomas Hardy's The Woodlanders is set in a small rural village. A doctor has an affair with a rich widow and leaves his wife, who still loves the woodcutter Giles in this story of a love triangle. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

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Bleak House

At the novel's core is long-running litigation in England's Court of Chancery, which has far-reaching consequences for all involved, with many fascinating sub plots. As in modern times, cost of litigation consumes the estate. Please Note that the... more

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Better Meals for Less Money

With the steadily increasing cost of all staple foods the need of intelligent buying, cooking, and serving is greater than ever before: more money must be spent for food, or more consideration must be given to selecting and using it. For those who... more

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The Charm of Ireland

A detailed look at Ireland and it's beauty in the early 1900's. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Charm of Ireland, by Burton... more

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Jump Up - The Rise of the Rolling Stones

Jump Up – The Rise of the Rolling Stones was originally a coffee-table illustrated softback that traced the band’s first ten years from 1963 onwards. Now available in digital format for the first time since it was published in 1995, the book, ... more

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Liberation

A complete guide to Blake's 7! Including details and analysis of every episode, examination of key episodes from their genesis to the final version, featuring excerpts from the original drafts of scripts and interviews with people involved in the... more

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Mission

Michael, a missionary priest in Kenya, has just killed Munyasya, a retired army officer. It might have been an accident, but Mulonzya, a politician resentful of the power of foreign churches, tries to exploit the tragedy for his own ends.... more

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The Guide to Surviving Redundancy

Your company has hit you with a redundancy notice….you have either been escorted from the building like a common criminal or you have been told that you have a couple of weeks left before you are “let go”. Either way you need to get your... more

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Legends of the Middle Ages

The object of this work is to familiarize young students with the legends which form the staple of mediaeval literature. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length,... more

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The Guide to Company Downsizing

This guide is not aimed at board Chairmen of global companies or at the Human Resource Directors of large organisations; it is aimed at the small-business owner or the line manager who is actually going to have to look someone in the eye and tell... more

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The Case of the Russian Chessboard

Mr Holmes, save my sister from whatever nameless horror has just driven this friend of ours to her death! It is late on a foggy November afternoon and a desperate young woman arrives at Baker Street, imploring Sherlock Holmes to help her. She is... more

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The 16 Faces of Women

The definitive guide to the female species. The 16 Faces of Women is the first book to unveil the hidden character which makes up modern woman. The book really gets below the surface of femininity and exposes just what it means to be a woman today... more

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Gideon's Loop

This is a story that draws you in with action and adventures about a secret world that is very much a part of your life, although you may not realize it. Thomas and Jacob Gideon are in charge of leading the Patriots, a group dedicated to... more

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Pavillion

Pavilion - Samuel's story sets the opulence and excesses of the former Prince Regent, recently crowned George IV and his summer residence the magnificent Brighton Pavilion against a young architect's assistant Samuel Grey who finds himself working... more

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We Won The Lottery

Since 1994, the UK's National Lottery has created 2,300 millionaires. Expensive cars, big houses and dream holidays are all top of the wish list for those ordinary people whose lives are changed with a winning lottery ticket. But what about buying... more

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Hearts On Fire

An inspiring self-help book which could be your bedside companion giving you lots insights about day to day life and motivating you to live a happy and wondeful life at every moment of life by the author Joji Valli Please Note that the book is... more

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Core Clinical Cases for Medical Students

Are you looking for a clear and comprehensive core clinical cases revision guide for your finals? Keen to identify a study aid that will assist you at any stage of your Medical School course, and beyond? Require a guide to common problem based... more

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Debt Collectors, CCJs, IVAs and Bankruptcy

Are you worried about Debts? Does the idea of a knock on the door keep you awake at night? Do you really know your rights? This excellent quick-read guide gives you answers to the most commonly asked questions, and firmly puts YOU back in... more

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Eating Out - By Staying In

This entertaining and humourous book is laid out in twelve country chapters - each chapter detailing recipes and suggesting menus, from that country, thus effectively giving you a choice of twelve ethnic restaurants to imitate. The countries... more

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Duality

Duality is the second book of the One God trilogy. This is the story of Shane Mitchell, the father of Hope Caradoc who, having lived on the streets since he murdered his abusive adopted father, is taken in by Heaven's Hosts only to discover that... more

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Dealing With Negative People

A practical guide to dealing with negative people at work and at home Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. Dealing With Negative People, by Rus Slater, is packaged with an easy to... more

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Faith in the Fool

A leading Christian writer helps you find creative ways of swimming aginst the tide of convention for the sake of what is generous, joyful and true. Angela Ashwin shows how wise and holy fools encourage us to free up a little and enjoy life more;... more

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EgyptQuest - The Lost Treasure of The Pyramids

Visit Ancient Egypt for the adventure of a lifetime in this fantastic and at times hilarious thriller from the international superselling gamebook author of the GrailQuest series, Herbie Brennan. In this interactive eBook, you get to choose your... more

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The Diary of an Unwilling Virgin

Welcome to the world of football-mad Troy Brown, a typical fifteen-year-old, with a loving family, a tight-knit group of friends, and a nice house in Cowes on the Isle of Wight. Materially, he has a comfortable life - but then no hormone-ridden,... more

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The Medical Quiz Book

Are you familiar with the way the human body works? Do you understand medical terminology? Are you well informed about common diseases? If so this handy quiz book is just what you need to test your knowledge of human biology. Where in the body is... more

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The Golf Quiz Book

Are you a keen golfer? Do you follow the sport on TV and marvel at the talent of the professionals? Are you familiar with the people and places that have made golfing history? If so, the time has come to find out how much you really know about... more

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Jump Into Audition

Make it a YES! With so much competition, JUMP INTO AUDITION is the must-have guide for your audition. You only get one chance to make a FIRST IMPRESSION so let it count! FULFILL your POTENTIAL! Learn the art of preparing for auditions, tips on... more

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The Greatest General Knowledge Quiz Book

What does the average human head weigh? From where in the United Kingdom did the Titanic set off on her maiden voyage? Can you name the manager who took charge of the England football team in 1977? In which year did the United Kingdom first win... more

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The Tennis Quiz Book

Are you a tennis fan? Can you name the all time great players and the championships they have won? Do you consider yourself to be an expert on tennis history? If so, this handy quiz book is all you need to find out how much you really know about... more

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Brilliant Activities for Gifted and Talented Child

Open-ended activities to develop students’ creative and critical thinking skills. Gifted children are not the only ones who will benefit from this book! All children will thoroughly enjoy these activities. Some of the activities can be last for... more

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Domestic Cookery

A good and practical recipe book covering most aspects of cooking from making rice flummery to baking a pigs head-save an ear for me! Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a... more

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Belief and Emotion

This book is about how your beliefs and the emotions linked to those beliefs have the power to make you happy or miserable. It is about the tremendous power of these two factors in your life, how you obtained them, why you keep them and how to... more

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Bigtime

Its Valentine's day and Andy Crowe has been dumped. He's also driving to Birmingham with his most hated rival, and it's raining. Could things get much worse? Oh yes. Three small-time villains are about to pull off a job, and they are heading for... more

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Becoming a Doctor

Deciding on whether or not to pursue a career in medicine is a decision that should not be taken lightly. Becoming a doctor can be highly rewarding but is not without its drawbacks. It is therefore important that you gain a clear insight into the... more

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Blame It On The Bossa Nova

Alex Marshall is in deep trouble. He’s only a student drop out but in the space of two months he’s been recruited as an agent by the Soviet, British and U.S secret services; just as the Cuba Crisis is building up to its climax. And all... more

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Wood and Garden

The Author-I lay no claim either to literary ability, or to botanical knowledge, or even to knowing the best practical methods of cultivation; but I have lived among outdoor flowers for many years, and have not spared myself in the way of actual... more

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Carmilla

Another ghost story classic from Le Fanu. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Carmilla, by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, is packaged with... more

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Britain, France and Germany and the Treaty of Vers

A helpful GCSE and A Level Guide to one of 20th Century History's most pivotal events. This guide discusses in a clear and concise manner the objectives of the British, French and Germans at the Treaty of Versailles. A follow up volume: America,... more

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The Last of the Mohicans

Historical novel by James Fenimore Cooper. The story takes during the French and Indian War. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The... more

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Calcutt A Cultural and Literary History

In the popular imagination, Calcutta is a packed and pestilential sprawl, made notorious by the Black Hole and the works of Mother Teresa. Kipling called it a City of Dreadful Night, and a century later V.S. Naipaul, Günter Grass and Louis Malle... more

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Angel Touch

London in the late 1980s - the era of Thatcherism and Loadsamoney - is an exciting but sometimes dangerous place to live. Fitzroy Maclean Angel gets by partly through gigging as a jazz trumpet player, partly through taking illegal fares in his... more

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Angel Confidential

Fitzroy Maclean Angel’s latest hair-raising adventure involves a dubious religious cult, an impoverished minor aristocrat with a love of classic cars and a very shady solicitor with an extremely odd wife. Not only that, but he also has to cope... more

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Beat Depression with Self-Help Techniques

Facing difficult situations is part of our everyday lives, but we can easily feel overwhelmed and become drawn into a depressive state. However, this book illustrates that, by using a range of self-counselling techniques to explore our inner world... more

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The Trial

Kafka's nightmarish, and scarily relevant novel where Josef K. awakens one morning and, for reasons never revealed, is arrested and subjected to the rigors of the judicial process for an unspecified crime. Please Note that the book is stored on... more

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Bangers

A teenage lad’s fascination with old cars. An even greater fascination with teenage girls. A sad lack of sufficient funds to pursue either interest with much credibility. A conundrum which has challenged car-obsessed male youth the world over... more

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Another Side to the Mirror

Meet Christine, an orphaned teenager misunderstood by her godparents and society with an urge to be who she is. One night, she steps into an imaginary utopia called Delarte. Delarte is a place where everything is possible and everything or... more

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Angel City

London in the early 1990s; supposedly the New Age ‘Caring Nineties’. But the streets, it turns out, are not paved with gold, but covered with the homeless living in leeping-bags and cardboard boxes, and often littered with a far more... more

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Amen Corner

The body of the Masters rules committee chairman is found in a pond near the 12th green on the morning that Sam Skarda arrives at Augusta National Golf Club to play in his first Masters. Skarda, a police detective on medical leave from the... more

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Twas the Night before Christmas

A Visit from St. Nicholas, recited together the words of the poem which we all know so well and love so dearly. A true Christmas classic Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is... more

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The Mayor of Casterbridge

The Mayor of Casterbridge is a tragic novel by Thomas Hardy and is the story of the Life and Death of a Man of Character. It is set in the fictional town of Casterbridge in South England. Complex romantic tale. Please Note that the book is stored... more

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The Voice - Its Production, Care and Preservation

Dr. Frank E. Miller, the author of this book, is one of the leading New York specialists on throat, nose and ear. He numbers many singers among his patients and is physician to the Manhattan Opera House, Mr. Oscar Hammerstein's company. Please... more

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Tales of the Jazz Age

Short stories from the master with a jazz theme. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Tales of the Jazz Age, by F. Scott Fitzgerald,... more

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A Seaside Practice

When he arrives to take up his first post as a GP in the small West of Scotland village of Collintrae, young Tom Smith isn’t quite sure what to expect. Nothing in his medical training prepared him for what he comes up against in his first few... more

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Alpha To Omega

The dark cloud over Britain will not return. We certainly need have no fear of travelling by train, Tube or bus in London or any other city.’ Seven years later and Andrew Aitken re-reads the newspaper cutting he tore out and kept. The focus of... more

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A Dictionary of Old Trades, Titles and Occupations

Since time began, people have not always felt they were doing the right job. But in a very real sense what they did defined who they were. This was particularly true when the structure of society was more rigidly set and social position was... more

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A Deeper Darkness

A Deeper Darkness is the chilling sequel to Trevor’s debut novel The Possession Legacy and sees Lynette come of age as a full blood descendant of the Vampire Llewellyn. From her first infection by mosquitoes in Wales to her full possession this... more

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The Babylonian Legends of the Creation

The baked clay tablets and portions of tablets which describe the views and beliefs of the Babylonians and Assyrians about the Creation were discovered by Mr. (later Sir) A.H. Layard, Mormuzd Rassam and George Smith, Assistant in the Department of... more

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Santa Claus's Partner

A delightful children's Christmas story for lovers of tradition Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Santa Claus's Partner, by Thomas... more

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What a Life!

Many people may not have heard of actor Jim Whelan but he has appeared in some of the most iconic programmes on British television over the past four decades, from Crown Court and Last of the Summer Wine to The Royle Family and Heartbeat. What a... more

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Peace on Earth, Good-will to Dogs

A nice Christmas story Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Peace on Earth, Good-will to Dogs, by Eleanor Hallowell Abbott, is... more

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Loonyology

Lifer Charlie Bronson's reputation precedes him - 'Britain's most violent prisoner' - or does it? Do we really know the true Charlie, or are our impressions the result of media hype? Well, what is in no doubt is that Loonyology is 200% Bronson and... more

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The Dangerous Road Game

Supporting the THINK! road safety campaign and including the Green Cross Code information.Harey dreams of being the best football player in the world. He races out of the house, falls over a cartoon snail and walks into a lamp-post.He and his... more

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Aurelius And I

A million innocent lives rest on a single child's ability to believe... The first full-length work from one of Britain's most exciting new talents in children's literature, Aurelius and I is a story of magic, belief, destiny, and sherbet-filled... more

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The Loose Screw

Charles Bronson, the cancerous environment of staff bully-boy tactics and prisoner victimization was sickening. Jim tells his story, which, although peppered with humorous anecdotes of often lager-induced incidents from both his army and prison... more

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The Masters and their Music

Preface-When a musical student begins to think of music as a literature and to inquire about individualities of style and musical expression, it is necessary for him to come as soon as possible to the fountainheads of this literature in the works... more

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Ten Great Religions

Preface-The first six chapters of the present volume are composed from six articles prepared for the Atlantic Monthly, and published in that magazine in 1868. They attracted quite as much attention as the writer anticipated, and this has induced... more

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Ghost Trails of Northumberland and Durham

This collection of regional ghost stories is brought to you as an ebook specially formatted for today's e-readers. In this first book of the 'Ghost Trails' series, popular TV ghosthunter Clive Kristen takes the reader in search of spooktacular... more

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Women in Love

D.H.Lawrence love story focusing on two couples in the English Midlands. The emotional relationships are given further depth and tension by a homoerotic attraction between Gerald and Rupert. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and... more

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King Solomon's Mines

Popular adventure tale by H. Rider Haggard, telling the search for lost treasure in Africa. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. King... more

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The Idiot

A novel written by 19th century Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky.Prince Lev Nikolayevich Myshkin finds himself at the center of a struggle between a rich, kept woman and a gorgeous, virtuous girl. Please Note that the book is stored on your... more

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Ghost Trails of Yorkshire

Tried and tested ghosthunting trails - mainly in the rural areas of Yorkshire.Discerning ghosthunters will enjoy following the trails - many published for the first time in any form - and enjoying Yorkshire at its spooktacular best. Please Note... more

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GreekQuest

Discover an amazing life in Ancient Greece when you enter this adventure from the international superselling gamebook author of the GrailQuest series, Herbie Brennan. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data... more

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A Bond of Life

For Nyallo, a little boy growing up in the Upper Nile region of war-torn southern Sudan, his small village and its inhabitants represented the whole universe. To him, the world outside, the world beyond the shadows, was a fairyland and only there... more

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Life and Adventures of Santa Claus

A story of Santa by Frank Baum author of the Wizard of Oz Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, by... more

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The Children's Book of Christmas Stories

A collection of traditional Christmas stories from various authors including Dickens and Hans Andersen Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized... more

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Christmas Stories And Legends

A collection of stories with true Christmas spirit. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Christmas Stories And Legends, by Various,... more

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Christmas- Its Origin and Associations

Preface-In the third quarter of the nineteenth century, it fell to my lot to write an article on Christmas, its customs and festivities. And, although I sought in vain for a chronological account of the festival, I discovered many interesting... more

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The Christmas Angel

A nice traditional Christmas story with illustrations. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Christmas Angel, by Abbie Farwell... more

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An Introduction to Philosophy

Although written some time ago, this book still gives a valid insight to philosophy, and endeavors to explain the nature of philosophical thinking. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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The Wonders of Prayer

Introduction-So in the very constitution of man's being there is the highest reasonableness in prayer. And, if the position of man in his relation to the earth he inhabits is recognized and understood, there is no unreasonableness in a God-fearing... more

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A Strange Disappearance

Second in the Mr Gryce series introduced in the novel The Leavenworth Case by novelist Anna Katharine Green. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality... more

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Giochiamo Tutti Insieme

Giochiamo Tutti Insieme contains 20 easy-to-play games that are a fun way to practise speaking and listening to Italian. Children will practise speaking and listening without realizing it! The games are flexible and can easily be adapted to teach... more

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The Deadly Sweet Cupboard

One wet, windy, winter's morning Harey decides to have a party because it is his birthday. Having been given some pot-pourri as a present he tries to drink the essential oil but Scampi saves him just in time, knocks over a candle and causes a... more

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The Green Forest Fairy Book

Lovely stories with nice illustrations. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Green Forest Fairy Book, by Loretta Ellen Brady, is... more

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Pleasing the Dead

Some nasty predators dwell in paradise, and they aren't all hiding in the azure waters. The day attorney Storm Kayama arrives in Kahului to help Lara Farrell set up her new dive shop, someone bombs a restaurant. When one of Lara's employees, a... more

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The Rainbow Within

A wonderful children's read from author Heather Prince. Most rabbits live happily and contented, rarely having adventures, but not Bumbly Rabbit. She leaps out of her hutch and goes to search for the rainbow within. There are three things that... more

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The Amateur Garden

By describing his own garden in detail, G. W. Cable shows the amateur gardener the way to create a beautiful garden of their own regardless of the size of the plot they own. Although aimed at an American audience, the hints and tips for creating... more

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Two Miles to Tynecastle

Andrew-Henry Bowie is a passionate Heart of Midlothian Football Club supporter. He doggedly survived a tough childhood and found solace - sort of - in his overwhelming love of football. The author engages the reader with an energetic and animated... more

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Celebrities' Favourite Books

Dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, characterised by mental deterioration and degeneration of the brain, is distressing for both sufferers and those who care for them, and Celebrities' Favourite Books is dedicated to those... more

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The Third Great Plague

Fascinating tale of man's battle with disease. More dramatic than any novel, more sombre and terrifying than a battle fought in the dark, is the intimate picture of the battle of our bodies against the hosts of disease. In this case the disease is... more

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Shakespeare in the Theatre

Shakespeare in the Theatre by William Poel, an English actor, theatrical manager and dramatist best known for his presentations of Shakespeare. Poel provides an insight into the plays as originally staged, as well as more modern productions,... more

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Life of George Washington - 3

Third volume of this five part epic series detailing the life and career of George Washington, First President of the United States of America. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read... more

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The Innocence of Father Brown

More detective stories by G.K. Chesterton, where crimes are solved by intuition as opposed to deduction. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized... more

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On The Buses

On The Buses was a classic British situation comedy, created by Ronald Wolfe and Ronald Chesney, which ran for seven series from 1969 to 1973, and introduced a host of much-loved memorable characters. The series followed the ups and downs of life... more

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Eugenics and Other Evils

A set of essays by G.K. Chesterton addressing very controversial concepts. An Argument Against the Scientifically Organized State. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a... more

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No Laughing Matter

For the first time, in NO LAUGHING MATTER, Norman Hudis, who wrote the first six Carry On movies, reveals his hitherto secret, decades-long and quixotic writing-activity since he left the series. It's this: He Carried On Writing Carry On stories... more

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Nil Desperandum

Born into abject poverty and a culture of crime in the East End of London shortly before the Second World War, Patsy Feeley soon realised that life was all about determination and survival. After long spells in approved school, detention centre,... more

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The Arabian Art of Taming and Training Wild Horses

Introduction-The first domestication of the horse, one of the greatest achievements of man in the animal kingdom, was not the work of a day; but like all other great accomplishments, was brought about by a gradual process of discoveries and... more

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Fables For The Times

Contains 20 thought provoking fables. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Fables For The Times, by Henry Wallace Phillips, is... more

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The Little Treasure of Prayers

There is a prayer in this book for all occasions Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Little Treasure of Prayers, by Anonymous, is... more

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A Man and A Pram

People travel from London to New York every day - nothing unusual about that, but if your journey took you 14 months, you might rightly wish to seek compensation from the airline! However, Mark Cundy's journey was different; his was a walking... more

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Farce Forward - Volume 1

An ex-colleague, a school librarian, once told me, much to my surprise, that quite a lot of children came into the library at lunch-time to read plays, but that there were not so many available. I therefore offer this set of 5 plays partially to... more

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The Harey Bike Ride

Harey, the hare-brained rabbit, and his friends go riding their cycles, but he does not obey the highway code. He has to be persuaded to wear his safety helmet after he has fallen off his bike and banged his head. He then rides out of the drive... more

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RomanQuest

Could you survive in the cutthroat world of Ancient Rome? Find out in this thrilling adventure from the international superselling gamebook author of the GrailQuest series, Herbie Brennan. Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you... more

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The Steel Kiss

Each of these nine stories explores a symptom of that pathology we call love. We meet a volatile woman whose husband betrays her once too often; a man who takes advantage of an amnesiac girl; a woman prepared to break a man???s spirit in order to... more

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Life Starts Now

Maria Lawson rose to fame on the hit TV show The X Factor in 2005 but had already enjoyed some success as a singer/songwriter prior to this, having secured a recording and publishing contract through her own efforts and determination to break into... more

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Memoirs of the Court of Marie Antoinette

Louis XVI. meant to write his own memoirs; the manner in which his private papers were arranged indicated this design. The Queen also had the same intention; she long preserved a large correspondence, and a great number of minute reports, made in... more

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Beethoven

If Bach is the mathematician of music, as has been asserted, Beethoven is its philosopher. In his work the philosophic spirit comes to the fore. To the genius of the musician is added in Beethoven a wide mental grasp, an altruistic spirit, that... more

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Wrong Sex, Wrong Instrument

Now retired and no longer silenced by a contract, Maggie Cotton presents an honest and long-overdue player's perspective of life inside a professional symphony orchestra, describing how she became the first female percussionist in what was... more

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Above The Water Line

In these days, where rogue traders appear to be increasingly under the media spotlight and customer confidence in such self-professed professionals is dwindling, it is heart-warming to read the amusing anecdotes contained in these memoirs, written... more

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The Life of Brian Honour

"Brian Honour was born in the former pit village of Horden, County Durham, and his passion from a young age was always to become a professional footballer. Despite the odds and many setbacks, that's exactly what he achieved, giving his all to the... more

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Mr. Justice Raffles

Featuring the popular character A. J. Raffles a well-known cricketer and gentleman thief. The fourth and last adventure in the four Raffles books. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Mr. Justice Raffles, by E. W. Hornung, is packaged... more

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The King of Cappielow

The King of Cappielow, with a fitting Foreword by Sir Alex Ferguson CBE, is a tribute to the much-loved Scottish footballing legend, Andy Ritchie. He was born in Glasgow in 1956 and developed a passion for football from a young age. As a teenager... more

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The Wisdom of Father Brown

More detective stories by G.K. Chesterton, where crimes are solved by intuition as opposed to deduction. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Wisdom of Father Brown , by G.K. Chesterton, is packaged with an easy to use functional... more

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The Thirty-nine Steps

John Buchans' classic spy adventure set in England and Scotland. Made into a gripping suspense film by Alfred Hitchcock, and subsequently remade a number of times. So what are the thirty-nine steps? read this novel to find out. This is a... more

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The Story of Bacon's Rebellion

During the year 1907 thousands of persons from all parts of the world will visit the scenes of Nathaniel Bacon's brief career, will see'while passing on James River'the site of his home at Curles Neck," will visit Richmond, where "Bacon's Quarter"... more

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From Sail to Steam - Recollections of Naval Life

Preface-When I was a boy, some years before I obtained my appointment in the navy, I spent many of those happy hours that only childhood knows poring over the back numbers of a British service periodical, which began its career in 1828, with the... more

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In Answer to Prayer - The Touch of the Unseen

Preface-I have been asked to write some thoughts on answers to prayer. I am afraid that I cannot give from personal experience vivid and striking anecdotes such as others have chronicled. God does not deal with all alike, either in His gifts of... more

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G'night Grandma, G'night John Boy

There are various names for it; three generation living, extended family, sad, lucky.....(depending on your opinions) but it boils down to this, after several generations of young Britons dreaming of growing up, flying the nest and getting a place... more

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Operation Stay in England

Ten-year-old Billy Baxter runs into unexpected trouble as he attempts to stop his father from being deployed to Afghanistan. His mischievous antics are thwarted on every side as he carries out one unconvincing scheme after another in an endeavour... more

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Noble Lies

For Mark Rohr, a decorated Desert Storm vet, the last ten years have been filled with shady jobs like his current stint as a bouncer at a nameless whorehouse/bar in Thailand. When the beautiful and naive Robin Antonucci arrives in Phuket City from... more

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Final Undertaking

When Barry Claytonas father developed Alzheimeras, Barry gave up his career in law enforcement to return to the North Carolina mountain town of Gainesboro and run the familyas funeral home. But even a small town in the Appalachians is not immune... more

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S N O T

Jebediah Humphries, at the age of fourteen, is undoubtedly the clumsiest, most accident-prone and very worst Wizard in the world, and has certainly acquired a reputation as such at his wizarding summer camp. However, his skills are tested to the... more

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Maud's Stone

A British soldier injured in an uprising in India finds a beautiful red stone pendant, but he soon becomes alarmed by its mysterious powers and sells it on. This sets the pendant on a journey through many unscrupulous hands, leaving devastation in... more

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Like Asif

Believing that the country is going to the dogs, particularly in relation to the misuse of the Queen's English by the media, retired businessman Alan Corbett is not prepared to sit back and take it any more, and embarks on an obsessive one-man... more

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A Book of Myths

Introduction-Just as a little child holds out its hands to catch the sunbeams, to feel and to grasp what, so its eyes tell it, is actually there, so, down through the ages, men have stretched out their hands in eager endeavour to know their God.... more

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Slaughterman

Sydney Police are on high alert, as a cannibal serial killer is reported to have escaped the clutches of the New York Police and fled to Sydney, and, as a terrifying pattern of murders of young women begins in the city, their worst fears are... more

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Chaucer and His England

Preface-No book of this size can pretend to treat exhaustively of all that concerns Chaucer and his England; but the Author's main aim has been to supply an informal historical commentary on the poet's works. He has not hesitated, in a book... more

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Where have all the Pixies gone

Think about all the tasks you will need to do when you are your own boss. A guide to the different roles in business Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. Where have all the Pixies... more

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The Great Paranormal Clash

A tense dialogue between two different sides of the paranormal debate. Billy Roberts, one of the UK's leading stage psychics, throws down the gauntlet to Dr. O'Keeffe, sceptical voice to paranormal shows such as Living TV's Most Haunted and Jane... more

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Warrior Kings

It was the long hot summer of 1976, and a 15-year-old Noel Smith, testosterone jangling, was among many south London kids keen to stamp their mark on the world and find an identity and a sense of belonging. Rock 'n' roll music of the '50s had... more

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The Astronomy of the Bible

Preface-Astronomical allusions in the Bible, direct and indirect, are not few in number, and, in order to bring out their full significance, need to be treated astronomically. Astronomy further gives us the power of placing ourselves to some... more

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Subconscious Religion

A fascinating look at prayer This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Subconscious Religion, by Russell H. Conwell, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start reading. This is a... more

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Cleopatra's Needle - A History of the London Obeli

Introduction-The London Obelisk, as the monument standing on the Thames Embankment is now called, is by far the largest quarried stone in England; and the mysterious-looking characters covering its four faces were carved by workmen who were... more

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Facing Neuralgia

At the age of thirty Wendy Evans, a vivacious, versatile and devoted primary school teacher with singing and acting talents, was struck down by a devastating and very rare nerve disease with serious and debilitating symptoms including pain and... more

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Simple Herbal - Aromatherapy Recipes

Simple Herbal & Aromatherapy Recipes for your Body, Mind & Soul is a easy and delightful way to turn common household items into lavish natural health and beauty products. Everyone can use theses fun recipes to look and feel better in just a... more

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Skinner

John Skinner is a man on the edge. Blotting out his loneliness with work and booze, he's spiralling out of control. Strange thoughts and obsessions are starting to possess his mind, and the line between fantasy and reality is becoming increasingly... more

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One Moment In Time

Fifteen years ago, the world for Jill and Roger Prior halted in its tracks, with the death of their youngest daughter, Lisa, a talented ballet dancer and teacher. Their devastation, which made them wonder whether there was any point in carrying... more

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Guy Fawkes - The Gunpowder Treason

Guy Fawkes - The Gunpowder Treason The story of the plot to blow up James I of England at the opening of parliament in 1605 This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Guy Fawkes - The Gunpowder Treason, by William Harrison Ainsworth, is... more

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The Book of Hallowe'en

This book is intended to give the reader an account of the origin and history of Hallowe'en, how it absorbed some customs belonging to other days in the year,-such as May Day, Midsummer, and Christmas. This is a full-length, quality digitized... more

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Desert England

A terrifying tidal wave was sweeping across Europe, leaving widespread devastation in its wake. But this was no natural phenomenon; this was a wholly manmade weapon of terror, dubbed by the foreign media as 'the English disease': football... more

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Dancing With Angels

In this wonderfully eclectic mix of deliciously intriguing short stories the reader will be transported to a myriad of settings, both ordinary and exotic, in which nothing is ever quite what it seems and anticipated conclusions to every... more

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Celtic Folk and Fairy Tales

In making my selection I have chiefly tried to make the stories characteristic. It would have been easy, especially from Kennedy, to [vi]have made up a volume entirely filled with Grimm's Goblins ' la Celtique. But one can have too much even of... more

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A Friend of Caesar

A fictional account of this fascinating time in history. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. A Friend of Caesar , by William Stearns Davis, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App... more

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The Return of Sherlock Holmes

13 more adventures from A. Conan Doyle includes The Adventure of the Norwood Builder This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Return of Sherlock Holmes, by A Conan Doyle, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which... more

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Persuasion

Persuasion, the last novel written by Jane Austen. Anne Elliot falls in love with a handsome young naval officer, but ditched him as not being suitable. Later he will not forgive her actions. This is a full-length, quality digitized... more

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The History of London

London has a rich diverse history dating back over 2000 years. This book chronicles the majority of this period from the settling of the Romans to the early 20th Century. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The History of London, by... more

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The Advent Calendar

When Alice's Uncle Sam brings home a mysterious calendar that's short on chocolate but big on surprises, she is thrown into an advent she never dreamed of. Codes arrive by text message and open the doors in the calendar, drawing Alice and Sam into... more

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Don't Feed The Ducks

Don't just feed the ducks and wait for something to happen. Do something about it now! Through a series of real life stories, observations and innovative ideas, Liam O'Connell explains how anybody can create an extraordinary successful business.... more

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The Treasury of Ancient Egypt

A look at the archaeology and History of Egypt told in a way which brings the stories to life. Full of interesting facts and information about this fascinating land during the height of its power and influence. This is a full-length, quality... more

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Worlds Beyond Words

A collection of real-life stories from people who have improved their lives through better literacy. Foreword by Scott Quinnell Please Note that the book is stored on your phone and you do NOT need a data connection to read it. Worlds Beyond... more

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Traffic in Souls

Based on a film of the same name this novel tells of criminal gangs preying on immigrants in early 20th Century New York. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Traffic in Souls, by Eustace Hale Ball, is packaged with an easy to use... more

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The TV Detective

The new TV Detective mystery by BBC Correspondent Simon Hall... The TV Detective finds television reporter Dan Groves newly assigned to the crime beat, and in a state of angst about it. He needs a crash-course in police work; the solution is to... more

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The War Chief of the Ottawas

A Chronicle of the Pontiac War This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The War Chief of the Ottawas, by Thomas Guthrie Marquis, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start... more

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The Story of the Heavens

The Author-The history of Astronomy is, in one respect, only too like many other histories. The earliest part of it is completely and hopelessly lost. The stars had been studied, and some great astronomical discoveries had been made, untold ages... more

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The Shadow of a Man

Adventure novel by E.W. Hurnung the creator of the famous Raffles. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Shadow of a Man, by E. W. Hornung, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App... more

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The Book of Household Management

Still as valid today as when written. Chapters on all aspects of running the household along with recipes and suggested meals. The gold standard in all things home and cookery. Note this is a large book - expect a short wait on initial... more

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Tales of the Wonder Club

Collection of horror short stories from the Wonder club which was based in a hostelry deep in the English Midlands. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Tales of the Wonder Club, by W.M. Halidom, is packaged with an easy to use... more

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Murder By The Sea

When a body is discovered on a rocky little island in the middle of Nethergate Bay the media swoop on the seaside town. Soon an enquiring hack discovers that local resident Fran Castle, has previously aided the police using her psychic abilities.... more

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Heart of Darkness

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad. Tells of Englishman who took an assignment from a Belgian trading company as a ferry-boat captain in Africa. Heart of Darkness exposes the myth behind colonization. This is a full-length, quality digitized... more

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A Woman of No Importance

Oscar Wilde's classic play show casing his wit and unique brand of dark humor with undertones of incestuous homosexuality. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. A Woman of No Importance, by Oscar Wilde, is packaged with an easy to use... more

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Light at the End of the Tunnel

Chris Mallon was a studious, naive, tennis-mad teenager growing up in Wexford, Southern Ireland, with everything to live for, but in the 1980s his youth was cruelly snatched away from him by an evil and manipulative Catholic Priest, the late... more

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Magic Parcel

Jimmy Scoggins is nine, and like most nine year olds, he is lively, inquisitive and sometimes a bit of a handful. Since his father had died Jimmy lacks that regular male influence a growing boy needs. His Uncle Reuben is a welcome help to Jimmy?s... more

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Friday, the Thirteenth

A novel for this superstitious day. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Friday, the Thirteenth, by Thomas William Lawson, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start... more

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Indian Tales

A collection of short stories from Rudyard Kipling - the author of The Jungle Book and many fine works. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Indian Tales, by Rudyard Kipling, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which... more

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An Introduction to the History of Japan

An Introduction to the History of Japan This is a full-length, quality digitized book. An Introduction to the History of Japan, by Katsuro Hara, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and... more

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Thoughts for the Quiet Hour

The Author-One of the brightest signs of the times is that many Christians in our Young People's Societies and churches are observing a Quiet Hour" daily. In this age of rush and activity we need some special call to go apart and be alone with God... more

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The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony (Volume 1 of

Preface-To strive for liberty and for a democratic way of life has always been a noble tradition of our country. Susan B. Anthony followed this tradition. Convinced that the principle of equal rights for all, as stated in the Declaration of... more

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The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony (Volume 1 of

Preface-To strive for liberty and for a democratic way of life has always been a noble tradition of our country. Susan B. Anthony followed this tradition. Convinced that the principle of equal rights for all, as stated in the Declaration of... more

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The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony (Volume 1 of

Preface-To strive for liberty and for a democratic way of life has always been a noble tradition of our country. Susan B. Anthony followed this tradition. Convinced that the principle of equal rights for all, as stated in the Declaration of... more

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The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony (Volume 1 of

Preface-To strive for liberty and for a democratic way of life has always been a noble tradition of our country. Susan B. Anthony followed this tradition. Convinced that the principle of equal rights for all, as stated in the Declaration of... more

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Stranger Than Fiction - Being Tales from the Byway

Ghost stories from around the country. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Stranger Than Fiction - Being Tales from the Byways of Ghosts and Folk-lore, by Mary L. Lewes, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which... more

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Practical Mysticism

Preface-This little book, written during the last months of peace, goes to press in the first weeks of the great war. Many will feel that in such a time of conflict and horror, when only the most ignorant, disloyal, or apathetic can hope for... more

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Astronomical Myths

The Book which is here presented to the public is founded upon a French work by M. Flammarion which has enjoyed considerable popularity. It contained a number of interesting accounts of the various ideas, sometimes mythical, sometimes intended to... more

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A Book of Ghosts

A book of 20 plus ghost stories. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. A Book of Ghosts, by S. Baring-Gould, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start reading. This is a full... more

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Guided by the Light

Described by Professor Hans Holzer, a leading authority in America on the paranormal, as the greatest medium of our time, Philip Solomon shares his amazing story, from his childhood psychic experiences of been born into a mediumistically gifted... more

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Heavens Fire

Three thousand years ago one of the earliest scriptures ever recorded, the Book of Enoch, Noah's great-grandfather, was written; 365 of the scriptures contained therein had been discovered, but one was missing. This lost parchment was purported to... more

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King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table

Introduction-King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table! What magic is in the words! How they carry us straight to the days of chivalry, to the witchcraft of Merlin, to the wonderful deeds of Lancelot and Perceval and Galahad, to the Quest for... more

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Romney

A brief look at George Romney,the most fashionable artist of his day, he also painted Emma Hamilton. (Includes colour plates) This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Romney, by C. Lewis Hind, is packaged with an easy to use functional... more

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Policing the Plains

A real life record of the royal north-west mounted police. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Policing the Plains, by R. G. MacBeth, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and... more

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Chinese Folk-Lore Tales

Chinese Folk-Lore Tales This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Chinese Folk-Lore Tales, by J. Macgowan, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start reading. This is a full length... more

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The Eruption of Vesuvius in 1872

The Eruption of Vesuvius in 1872 Luigi Palmieri,his narrative as an eye-witness of the actual events of the eruption as they occurred upon the cone and slopes of the mountain, and his observations as to pulses emanating from its interior, as... more

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The School Book of Forestry

Introduction-Our forests, with their billions of trees, are the backbone of agriculture, the skeleton of lumbering, and the heart of industry. Even now, in spite of their depletion, they are the cream of our natural resources. They furnish wood... more

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Lays of Ancient Rome

Early history of Rome This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Lays of Ancient Rome, by Baron Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start... more

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Scarabs

The Author-We have every reason to think, that the use of the models of the scarab'us as the symbol of the resurrection or new-birth, and the future eternal life of the triumphant or justified dead, existed as an accepted dogma, before the... more

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The Lure of the Pen - A book for Would-Be Authors

Great tips and good advice for wannabe authors. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Lure of the Pen - A book for Would-Be Authors, by Flora Klickmann, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down... more

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The Warden of the Plains

Stories of life in the Canadian North west. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Warden of the Plains, by John Maclean, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start... more

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Constable

A brief look at John Constable, famous for his Suffolk landscapes. (Includes colour plates) This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Constable, by C. Lewis Hind, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can... more

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Praying for Money

The power of prayer This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Praying for Money, by Russell H. Conwell, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start reading. This is a full length... more

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Spiritualism And The New Psychology

The Author-My object in writing this book is to present an explanation of so-called occult phenomena concerning which credulity is still as busy as in the days of witchcraft. The producers of these phenomena have been exposed efficiently and... more

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The Whole Armour of God

Spiritual Battles This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Whole Armour of God, by John Henry Jowett, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start reading. This is a full length... more

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Canadian Fairy Tales

Introduction-Professor Macmillan has been successful in presenting the Indian folk-lore in a most engaging manner. The stories have all the delightful charm and mystery of the Canadian forests; they have penetrated into the heart of nature, but... more

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Occultism and Common-Sense

Preface-Mr Beckles Willson frankly tells us that the light heart and open mind" with which he set forth on his inquiry deserted him before he drew his labours to a close. For, entering upon the subject as a novice, he found himself unexpectedly... more

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Health, Healing, and Faith

This book is a modest attempt to clear up some of the errors. Its record is as accurate as impartial observation can make it. God is not bribed. Laziness cannot bargain with him. But the prayers of the righteous and of repentant sinners availeth... more

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Magic

Preface-I take pleasure in introducing to American readers, Professor Ellis Stanyon's capital manual on sleight-of-hand. Professor Stanyon is one of the most prolific as well as one of the cleverest living writers, on the subject of legerdemain.... more

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Polish Fairy Tales

These are selections from a large collection made by A. J. Glinski, printed at Wilna in 1862. These fairy tales come from a far past and may even date from primitive Aryan times. They represent the folklore current among the peasantry of the... more

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Lives of Eminent Zoologists- from Aristotle to Lin

Natural History has of late become a favourite pursuit in this country;and although its progress as a study may not have been equal to the enthusiasm which it has excited, its general effect is unquestionably beneficial. In consequence of the... more

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Triumphs of Invention and Discovery in Art and Sci

Great discoveries and triumphs of the past that we still benefit from today. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Triumphs of Invention and Discovery in Art and Science, by J. Hamilton Fyfe, is packaged with an easy to use functional... more

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Revisiting the Earth

Preface-To revisit the earth after one's departure from it has always been a common wish among men. The frequency with which this desire is expressed in biographies and in literature, keeps the project alive, and works it to the front in one's... more

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Old Deccan Days - Hindoo Fairy Legends

A book of Indian legends. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Old Deccan Days - Hindoo Fairy Legends, by M. Frere, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start reading. This is... more

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The Jest Book - The Choicest Anecdotes and Sayings

Prefacer-The Compiler of this new Jest Book is desirous to make known that it is composed mainly of old jokes,'some older than Joe Miller himself,'with a liberal sprinkling of new jests gathered from books and hearsay. In the course of his... more

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The Invasion of France in 1814

Introduction-The invasion of France by the allied armies after the battle of Leipsic had proved the German campaign even more disastrous than that of Russia the year before, was not only essentially the death-blow to the power of Napoleon, but was... more

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Rome

Introduction-So much has been written about Rome and Roman subjects within the last decade, good bad and indifferent, that the task of avoiding as far as possible hackneyed ground is not an easy one. We have attempted to present some aspects of... more

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Dickens' London

Introduction-The attempt is herein made to present in an informal manner such facts of historical, topographical, and literary moment as surrounded the localities especially identified with the life and work of Charles Dickens in the city of... more

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Ancient Law - Its Connection to the History of Ear

Preface-No one who is interested in the growth of human ideas or the origins of human society can afford to neglect Maine's Ancient Law. Published some fifty-six years ago it immediately took rank as a classic, and its epoch-making influence may... more

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The Story of Doctor Dolittle

A classic children's novel made famous in the film starring Rex Harrison. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Story of Doctor Dolittle, by Hugh Lofting, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can... more

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The Best Psychic Stories

A collection of fascinating psychic stories. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Best Psychic Stories, by Various, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start... more

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The Life of Nelson - Volume 1

An indepth look at one England's greatest heroes. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Life of Nelson - Volume 1 , by A. T. Mahan, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and... more

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A Life of William Shakespeare

Preface-I have endeavoured to set before my readers a plain and practical narrative of the great dramatist's personal history as concisely as the needs of clearness and completeness would permit.' I have sought to provide students of Shakespeare... more

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James Boswell - Famous Scots Series

This series include Knox, Burns and many others. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. James Boswell - Famous Scots Series, by W. Keith Leask, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App... more

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Legends of Florence

Preface-This book consists almost entirely of legends or traditions of a varied character, referring to places and buildings in Florence, such as the Cathedral and Campanile, the Signoria, the Bargello, the different city gates, ancient towers and... more

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Illustrated History of Furniture

Preface-In order to gain a more correct idea of the design of Furniture of different periods, it has been necessary to notice the alterations in architectural styles which influenced, and were accompanied by, corresponding changes in the fashion... more

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Dogs and All about Them

A comprehensive guide to the various dog breeds with illustrations. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Dogs and All about Them, by Robert Leighton, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load... more

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History of the Catholic Church

The history of the Catholic church from the reformation. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. History of the Catholic Church, by James MacCaffrey, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the... more

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The Stamps of Canada

A comprehensive look at the stamps of Canada. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Stamps of Canada, by Bertram William Henry Poole, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and... more

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Hero Tales from American History

Introduction-It is a good thing for all Americans, and it is an especially good thing for young Americans, to remember the men who have given their lives in war and peace to the service of their fellow-countrymen, and to keep in mind the feats of... more

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Seventy-Five Receipts for Pastry, Cakes and Sweetm

Preface-The following Receipts for Pastry, Cakes, and Sweetmeats, are original, and have been used by the author and many of her friends with uniform success. They are drawn up in a style so plain and minute, as to be perfectly intelligible to... more

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Tea-Cup Reading and Fortune-Telling by Tea Leaves

Prefrace-Reading the Cup is essentially a domestic form of Fortune-telling to be practised at home, and with success by anyone who will take the trouble to master the simple rules laid down in these pages: and it is in the hope that it will... more

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Recollections and Letters of General Robert E Lee

These documents and anecdotes give a good insight to the man who commanded the Confederate army. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Recollections and Letters of General Robert E Lee, by General Robert Edward Lee, is packaged with an... more

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The Ward of King Canute

A historical novel set in the time of Canute that draws on documents of the time for authenticity This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Ward of King Canute, by Ottilie A. Liljencrantz, is packaged with an easy to use functional book... more

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Clairvoyance

Clairvoyance means literally nothing more than clear-seeing," and it is a word which has been sorely misused, and even degraded so far as to be employed to describe the trickery of a mountebank in a variety show. Even in its more restricted sense... more

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The Tiger of Mysore - A Story of the War with Tipp

Preface-While some of our wars in India are open to the charge that they were undertaken on slight provocation, and were forced on by us in order that we might have an excuse for annexation, our struggle with Tippoo Saib was, on the other hand,... more

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The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle

Another in the series of the classic children's character made famous in the film starring Rex Harrison. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle, by Hugh Lofting, is packaged with an easy to use functional book... more

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Westward Ho!

A classic novel from Charles Kingsley after which the the town Westward Ho was named. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Westward Ho!, by Charles Kingsley, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can... more

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The Abiding Presence of the Holy Ghost in the Soul

Preface-The wonderful beauty of the Church's teaching on this abiding presence of the Holy Ghost, while it deepens our acquaintance with His mysterious governance of the universe and discovers to us the hidden beauties of our soul's life, should... more

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Old Testament Legends

Extract-When Adam and Eve were driven out of the Garden of Eden, they were as helpless as little children. They knew nothing of day or night, heat or cold; they could not kindle a fire to warm themselves, nor till the ground to grow food. They had... more

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Atheism Among the People

Thoughts on God. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Atheism Among the People, by Alphonse de Lamartine, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start reading. This is a full... more

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The Discovery of Yellowstone Park

The fascinating story of the first national park in the world that covers approximately 3,500 square miles. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Discovery of Yellowstone Park, by Nathaniel Pitt Langford, is packaged with an easy to... more

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Thought-Forms

The Author-It is our earnest hope'as it is our belief'that this little book will serve as a striking moral lesson to every reader, making him realise the nature and power of his thoughts, acting as a stimulus to the noble, a curb on the base. With... more

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The Story of Ireland

A history beset with such distracting problems, bristling with such thorny controversies, a history, above all, which has so much bearing upon that portion of history which has still to be born, ought, it may be said, to be approached in the... more

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The Practice of the Presence of God the Best Rule

Preface-This book consists of notes of several conversations had with, and letters written by Nicholas Herman, of Lorraine, a lowly and unlearned man, who, after having been a footman and soldier, was admitted a Lay Brother among the barefooted... more

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More Science From an Easy Chair

A casual and easy to understand book on science with illustrations. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. More Science From an Easy Chair, by Sir E. Ray Lankester, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you... more

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In Search of Running Rein

The Epsom Derby, established back in 1780 for three-year-old thoroughbred colts and fillies, is today considered to be the most prestigious of the five Classics of the racing calendar, but there was nothing noble about the notorious Derby held in... more

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The Practice of the Presence of God

Brother Lawrence was born Nicholas Herman around 1610 in Herimenil, Lorraine, a Duchy of France. His birth records were destroyed in a fire at his parish church during the Thirty Years War, a war in which he fought as a young soldier. It was also... more

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The Autobiography of Sergeant William Lawrence

Preface-Sergeant William Lawrence died at Studland in Dorsetshire in the year 1867, bequeathing the manuscript of the accompanying autobiography to the family one of whose members now submits it to the notice of the public. Circumstances, which... more

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The Fall of British Tyranny - American Liberty Tri

Preface-Among the elusive figures of early American Drama stands John Leacock, author of The Fall of British Tyranny," published in 1776, in Philadelphia. Even more elusive is the identification, inasmuch as his name has been spelled variously... more

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France in the Nineteenth Century

Extract-Louis XVIII. in 1815 returned to his throne, borne on the shoulders of foreign soldiers, after the fight at Waterloo. The allied armies had a second time entered France to make her pass under the saws and harrows of humiliation. Paris was... more

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The Last Look - A Tale of the Spanish Inquisition

The Spanish Inquisition was a tribunal set by by Ferdinand and Isabella in 1480 to maintain the Catholic religion in their kingdoms This is a full-length, quality digitized book. The Last Look - A Tale of the Spanish Inquisition, by William... more

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The Story of the Barbary Corsairs

For more than three centuries the trading nations of Europe were suffered to pursue their commerce or forced to abandon their gains at the bidding of pirates. From the days when Barbarossa defied the whole strength of the Emperor Charles V., to... more

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The Best American Humorous Short Stories

Introduction-This volume does not aim to contain all the best American humorous short stories"; there are many other stories equally as good, I suppose, in much the same vein, scattered through the range of American literature. I have tried to... more

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John Knox and the Reformation

The Author-In this brief Life of Knox I have tried, as much as I may, to get behind Tradition, which has so deeply affected even modern histories of the Scottish Reformation, and even recent Biographies of the Reformer.' The tradition is based, to... more

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Introduction to the Study of History

Preface-We propose to examine the conditions and the methods, to indicate the character and the limits, of historical knowledge. How do we ascertain, in respect of the past, what part of it it is possible, what part of it it is important, to know?... more

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Canada - the Empire of the North

All that has been attempted here is such a story'story, not history'of the romance and adventure in Canada's nation building as will give the casual reader knowledge of the country's past, and how that past led along a trail of great heroism to... more

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The Barn

Kelly was an ordinary and honourable man, stuck in a boring job as an office clerk in London, with little that made him stand out in a crowd in terms of either personality, looks or dress, but he did have one talent that set him apart ' he was a... more

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Tales of Troy - Ulysses, the sacker of cities

Extract-Long ago, in a little island called Ithaca, on the west coast of Greece, there lived a king named Laertes.' His kingdom was small and mountainous.' People used to say that Ithaca 'lay like a shield upon the sea,' which sounds as if it were... more

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Scottish Ghost Stories

A well written collection of ghost stories. This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Scottish Ghost Stories, by Elliott O'Donnell, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you can down load the App and start... more

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Homer and Classical Philology

8th century BC philosopher, author of the lliad and the Odyssey This is a full-length, quality digitized book. Homer and Classical Philology, by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, is packaged with an easy to use functional book reader which means you... more

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