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The top five regrets of the dying  by Bronnie Ware

The top five regrets of the dying

Bronnie Ware

Book

After too many years of unfulfilling work, Bronnie Ware began searching for a job with heart. Despite having no formal qualifications or previous experience in the field, she found herself working in palliative care. During the time she spent tending...

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Hard truth  by Todd Carney

Hard truth

Todd Carney

Book

Few NRL players in the last decade have had the talent of Todd Carney. From his debut season with the Canberra Raiders where he was awarded 'Rookie of the Year' he stood out as a player of rare ability, combining speed, strength and sublime kicking skills...

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First, they erased our name  by 1979- author. Habiburahman

First, they erased our name

1979- author. Habiburahman

Book

For the first time, a Rohingya speaks up to expose the persecution facing his people. 'I am three years old and will have to grow up with the hostility of others. I am already an outlaw in my own country, an outlaw in the world. I am three years old,...

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Sex at dawn  by Christopher Ryan

Sex at dawn

Christopher Ryan

Book

Since Darwin's day, we've been told that sexual monogamy comes naturally to our species. Mainstream science as well as religious and cultural institutions; has maintained that men and women evolved in families in which a man's possessions and protection...

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Syria's secret library  by Mike Thomson

Syria's secret library

Mike Thomson

Book

Daraya lies on the fringe of Damascus, just southwest of the Syrian capital. Yet for four years it lived in another world. Besieged by government forces early in the Syrian Civil War, its people were deprived of food, bombarded by heavy artillery, and...

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The Islamic republic of Australia  by Sami Shah

The Islamic republic of Australia

Sami Shah

Book

From hijabs to jihad and everything in between - Muslims down under today What is Halal? A country bordering Shariahland, or a method of preparing food? Do the Five Pillars of Islam comply with modern building codes? Or are they simply a philosophy for...

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Japan.

Japan.

Book

Beautiful World Japan is the perfect way to lose yourself in the country. Striking photos fill each page, while special gatefolds open to reveal magnificent panoramas. If you've been, retrace your steps and relive the time you spent there. If you haven't,...

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Smoking meat  by Will Fleischman

Smoking meat

Will Fleischman

Book

Smoking meat is a cookery art form that combines scientific precision with a little smoky alchemy to produce the tenderest, most delicious cuts. Even better, it's something that anyone can do, whether you're cooking with an adapted bucket or a purpos...

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101 packed lunch ideas

101 packed lunch ideas

Book

We know we should be bringing our own lunch to work or school, for better health and to better look after our wallet, but it can sometimes be a bit of a struggle. It's hard not just to fall back on old simple staples such as jam sandwiches and tuna s...

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The only plane in the sky  by Garrett M. Graff

The only plane in the sky

Garrett M. Graff

Book

Over the last eighteen years, much has been written and said about the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the profound impact they had on America and the world. But those names, stories, and memories have never before been collected in one place...

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I'm staying at Richard's  by Bernadette Agius

I'm staying at Richard's

Bernadette Agius

Book

When Bernadette Agius--an ambitious career-focused woman--became pregnant, she imagined her unborn child attending the best schools and dazzling everyone with his impressive wit, charm, and intelligence. But when the doctors placed her baby boy in her...

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Culpeper's complete herbal  by Nicholas Culpeper

Culpeper's complete herbal

Nicholas Culpeper

Book

For more than 360 years, Nicholas Culpeper's historic guide to herbal remedies has been THE definitive book on the subject. Culpeper, an English herbalist, is the author of the bestselling herbal guide of all time. He offered valuable and sometimes u...

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Beyond the known  by Paul Selig

Beyond the known

Paul Selig

Book

Channeling the voices and wisdom of the otherworldly Guides, Paul Selig offers a way to expand your view of reality and move towards ultimate manifestation. In 1987, a spiritual experience left Paul Selig clairvoyant. Since then Selig has established...

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Nature and other essays  by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Nature and other essays

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Book

A collection of essays from the father of the American transcendentalism, including “Nature,” “Self-Reliance,” “Love,” and “Art.” Ralph Waldo Emerson’s famous essay “Nature” declared that understanding nature was the key to understanding God and reality,...

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Paris and other disappointments  by Adam Rozenbachs

Paris and other disappointments

Adam Rozenbachs

Book

Sick of going overseas and enjoying himself, comedian Adam Rozenbachs decided he would take his father on the trip of a lifetime to Europe. For his dad, it was a chance to return to the place he hadn't seen since fleeing post-war Germany. For Adam, a...

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Palau  by Luis Palau

Palau

Luis Palau

Book

The powerful story of world-renowned evangelist, Luis Palau, often seen as the successor to Billy Graham. From his humble beginnings on the streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina, to speaking to heads of state and leaders around the world about the love of...

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Human archipelago  by Teju Cole

Human archipelago

Teju Cole

Book

With Cole's words and Sheikh's photos of displaced humans, we are confronted with fundamental and newly necessary questions of coexistence: who is my neighbor? Who is kin to me? Who is a stranger? What does it mean to be human?

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The homesteader's natural chicken keeping handbook  by Amy K. Fewell

The homesteader's natural chicken keeping handbook

Amy K. Fewell

Book

The Homesteader's Natural Chicken Keeping Handbook is the modern homesteader's guide to raising, feeding, breeding, selling, and enjoying the noblest animal on the farm--the chicken. From the rooster's crow in the morning, to the warm egg in the nesting...

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The Exchange at Knowledge Market, Victoria Harbour Melbourne  by Ross McLeod

The Exchange at Knowledge Market, Victoria Harbour Melbourne

Ross McLeod

Book

The Exchange was established as a multidisciplinary research project to prototype forms of community engagement, exploring the shared urban environment through the lens of design ethnography, landscape architecture, interior design, interaction design,...

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Advanced pottery  by Linda Bloomfield

Advanced pottery

Linda Bloomfield

Book

Advanced Pottery describes and illustrates the latest pottery techniques, particularly for making large or complex pots, with examples from leading potters from the UK and abroad.

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The unschooling handbook  by Mary Griffith

The unschooling handbook

Mary Griffith

Book

A guide to the "unschooling" movement, based on the principle that children learn best when they pursue their own interests.

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The road less traveled  by M. Scott (Morgan Scott) Peck

The road less traveled

M. Scott (Morgan Scott) Peck

Book

A psychiatrist suggests ways in which confronting and resolving problems, a painful process most people try to avoid, can lead to greater self-understanding and spiritual growth.

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The right side of history by Ben Shapiro

The right side of history

Ben Shapiro

eBook

An outspoken conservative commentator considers the state of the West today, asking why, if American lives have never been better than at any other time in history, the United States' political, social, and economic situation is beginning to erode.

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Ball of collusion by Andrew C. McCarthy

Ball of collusion

Andrew C. McCarthy

eBook

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Texas flood by Alan Paul

Texas flood

Alan Paul

eBook

The first definitive biography of guitar legend Stevie Ray Vaughan, with an Epilogue by Jimmie Vaughan, Foreword by drummer Chris Layton, and Aterword by bassist Tommy Shannon. Despite the cinematic scope of Vaughan's life and death, there has never been...

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Knowledge of angels by Jill Paton Walsh

Knowledge of angels

Jill Paton Walsh

eBook

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Yale needs women by Anne Gardiner Perkins

Yale needs women

Anne Gardiner Perkins

eBook

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A disaffection by James Kelman

A disaffection

James Kelman

eBook

Patrick Doyle is a 29-year-old teacher in an ordinary school. Disaffected, frustrated and increasingly bitter at the system he is employed to maintain, Patrick begins his rebellion, fuelled by drink and his passionate, unrequited love for a fellow te...

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Keto bread by Faith Gorksy

Keto bread

Faith Gorksy

eBook

"Keto Bread is the must-have cookbook for anyone searching for keto-friendly bread recipes to indulge in their cravings for carbs. Instead of turning to options that might prevent ketosis, this book ensures that your body will continue to burn fats instead...

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Connoisseur kids by Jennifer L. (Jennifer Lynn) Scott

Connoisseur kids

Jennifer L. (Jennifer Lynn) Scott

eBook

"Jennifer Scott is the powerhouse behind the internationally best-selling series of Madame Chic books about how to live with the grace and elegance of a Frenchwoman. In Connoisseur Kids, her departure from the Madame Chic publishing, she presents the...

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Life at 8 mph by Peter Bowling Anderson

Life at 8 mph

Peter Bowling Anderson

eBook

"In the spirit of 'Tuesdays with Morrie,' 'Life at 8 mph' is the rare book that celebrates the friendship between two men while reminding readers that everyone has something to offer, regardless of physical limitations. When Peter Bowling Anderson be...

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What is a girl worth? by Rachael Denhollander

What is a girl worth?

Rachael Denhollander

eBook

"Recipient of Sports Illustrated's Inspiration of the Year Award and one of Time's 100 Most Influential People (2018) "Who is going to tell these little girls that what was done to them matters? That they are seen and valued, that they are not alone and...

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Discover joy in work by Shundrawn A. Thomas

Discover joy in work

Shundrawn A. Thomas

eAudiobook

We are meant to experience joy in our work. But many of us struggle to find a sense of purpose or fulfillment in what we do. Is it possible for us to truly flourish in our work? Business executive Shundrawn Thomas reveals how work is intended to prod...

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Places and names by Elliot Ackerman

Places and names

Elliot Ackerman

eAudiobook

From a decorated Marine war veteran and National Book Award Finalist, an astonishing reckoning with the nature of combat and the human cost of the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria"War hath determined us ..." - John Milton, Paradise LostToward the ...

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Things my son needs to know about the world by Fredrik Backman

Things my son needs to know about the world

Fredrik Backman

eAudiobook

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of A Man Called Ove shares an irresistible and moving collection of heartfelt, humorous essays about fatherhood, providing his newborn son with the perspective and tools he'll need to make his way in the world....

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Limitless mind by Jo Boaler

Limitless mind

Jo Boaler

eAudiobook

When we learn, we change what we believe and how we interact with the world. This changes who we are as people and what we can achieve. Many people grow up being told they are 'not a maths person' or perhaps 'not smart'. They come to believe their potential...

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My seditious heart by Arundhati Roy

My seditious heart

Arundhati Roy

eAudiobook

Bookended by her two extraordinary novels, The God of Small Things (1997) and The Ministry of Utmost Happiness (2017), My Seditious Heart collects the work of a two-decade period when Arundhati Roy devoted herself to the political essay as a way of opening...

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The Jewish cookbook  by Leah Koenig

The Jewish cookbook

Leah Koenig

Book

The Jewish Cookbook is an inspiring celebration of the diversity and breadth of this venerable culinary tradition. A true fusion cuisine, Jewish food evolves constantly to reflect the changing geographies and ingredients of its cooks. Featuring more than...

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Floral libations  by Cassie Winslow

Floral libations

Cassie Winslow

Book

This drinks book is a fresh and light offering that incorporates floral flavours into every recipe. Whether it's infusing the flavour into syrups, salts and sugars, or teas, the 41 recipes teach readers how to add the taste of flowers to a variety of...

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Exquisite mind  by Terry Rubenstein

Exquisite mind

Terry Rubenstein

Book

The author recounts her journey from early and continuing bouts of depression to her new life, one filled wtih peace of mind and free from despair. She accomplished this transition by embracing the Three Principles of Innate Health, those of mind,...

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Around India in 80 trains  by Monisha Rajesh

Around India in 80 trains

Monisha Rajesh

Book

In 1991 Monisha and her family uprooted from Sheffield to Madras in the hope of making India their home again. But fed up with soap-eating rats, severed human heads, paying bribes, and the creepy colonel across the road, they soon returned to England...

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Why do people sing?  by Paddy Scannell

Why do people sing?

Paddy Scannell

Book

While the human voice is a fundamental part of our everyday experience, it remains enigmatic in many ways.In Why Do People Sing? Paddy Scannell explores some of the mysteries at the heart of vocal communication, from language acquisition and recordin...

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The triumph of profiling  by Andreas Bernard

The triumph of profiling

Andreas Bernard

Book

Until fairly recently, only serial killers and lunatics had profiles. Yet today, almost everyone is profiled through social media, mobile phones, and a multitude of other methods. But where does the idea of “profiling” come from, how has it changed over...

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Beethoven  by John Clubbe

Beethoven

John Clubbe

Book

A fascinating and in-depth exploration of how the Enlightenment, the French Revolution, and Napoleon shaped Beethoven’s political ideals and inspired his groundbreaking compositions. Beethoven imbibed Enlightenment and revolutionary ideas in his hometown...

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Mirka & Georges  by Lesley Harding

Mirka & Georges

Lesley Harding

Book

Illustrates the Moras' extraordinary story, with the couple's classic French recipes, photographs from family albums.

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Dawn again  by Doniga Markegard

Dawn again

Doniga Markegard

Book

From the Pacific Northwest forests to the rugged coastal shores of California, Dawn Again: Tracking the Wisdom of the Wild is a remarkable memoir of exploration and survival. As a young girl, Doniga Markegard was thrown from her horse and knocked unc...

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Tokyo tattoo 1970  by Martha Cooper

Tokyo tattoo 1970

Martha Cooper

Book

In 1970, as a young photographer, Martha Cooper moved from the USA to Tokyo and became fascinated with Irezumi, the art of Japanese tattooing. Searching for an artist, she found Horibun I, a respected master working in the traditional Okachimachi District...

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Family traits  by Thomas Romain

Family traits

Thomas Romain

Book

Discover the boundless creativity of a family passionate about artwork, where animator Thomas Romain adapts the drawings of his two young sons into beautiful watercolor illustrations. Family Traits features dozens of original character designs, creat...

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Judgment in Room 740  by David Maraniss

Judgment in Room 740

David Maraniss

Book

Elliott Maraniss, a WWII veteran who had commanded an all-black company in the Pacific, was spied on by the FBI, named as a communist by an informant, called before the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1952, fired from his newspaper job, and...

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Adventures of the Yorkshire shepherdess  by Amanda (Shepherd) Owen

Adventures of the Yorkshire shepherdess

Amanda (Shepherd) Owen

Book

Amanda Owen loves her traditional life on her hill farm alongside her nine children and husband Clive. And, as readers of her previous bestsellers will know, every day at Ravenseat brings surprises. In Adventures of the Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda takes...

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Special  by Melanie Dimmitt

Special

Melanie Dimmitt

Book

Most of us expect to meander through the motions of love, marriage and (textbook) baby in the carriage, but once in a while life has something a little more special in store. Special is an uplifting, candid companion for those in the early stages of ...

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Traces  by Patricia Wiltshire

Traces

Patricia Wiltshire

Book

Wonderfully empirical in her pursuit of the facts, Patricia breaks down a crime scene into the minute components, eliminating theories flower by flower and microbe by microbe, until she comes to a realistic and compelling thesis on how a crime was co...

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We need new stories  by Nesrine Malik

We need new stories

Nesrine Malik

Book

It is becoming clear that the old frames of reference are not working, that the narratives used for decades to stave off progressive causes are being exposed as falsehoods. Six myths have taken hold, ones which are at odds with our lived experience and...

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The rough guide to France  by Samantha Cook

The rough guide to France

Samantha Cook

Book

Discover France with this comprehensive, entertaining, 'tell it like it is' Rough Guide, packed with comprehensive practical information and our experts' honest and independent recommendations. Whether you plan to visit some of France's world-famous ...

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About a girl  by Rebekah Robertson

About a girl

Rebekah Robertson

Book

Rebekah Robertson's extraordinary personal story of raising her transgender child, Georgie Stone, who has become a voice not just for other transgender kids but for a whole generation. As public awareness of transgender issues increases, this is the ...

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Almost human  by Alfred Fidjestøl

Almost human

Alfred Fidjestøl

Book

This book tells the remarkable story of Julius the chimpanzee, born in the Kristiansand Zoo in Norway, and rejected by his mother at just six weeks old. The zoo director and his family fostered Julius with the aim of returning him to his tribe, but J...

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Outgrowing God  by Richard Dawkins

Outgrowing God

Richard Dawkins

Book

Should we believe in God? In this new book, written for a new generation, the brilliant science writer and author of The God Delusion, explains why we shouldn't. Should we believe in God? Do we need God in order to explain the existence of the universe?...

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Super food in minutes  by Donal Skehan

Super food in minutes

Donal Skehan

Book

Easy recipes, fast food, all healthy. Super Food in Minutes is all about real, fast and delicious family food that just so happens to be good for you! Donal's latest book includes 90 delicious recipes, and tips and tricks, for healthy home cooks that...

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Emperor  by Geoffrey Parker

Emperor

Geoffrey Parker

Book

Drawing on vital new evidence, a top historian dramatically reinterprets the ruler of the world's first transatlantic empire The life of Emperor Charles V (1500-1558), ruler of Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, and much of Italy and Central and South ...

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Kochland  by Christopher Leonard

Kochland

Christopher Leonard

Book

Uses the extraordinary account of how the biggest private company in the world grew to be that big to tell the story of modern corporate America. The annual revenue of Koch Industries is bigger than that of Goldman Sachs, Facebook, and U.S. Steel com...

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Kindness for all creatures  by Sarah C. Beasley

Kindness for all creatures

Sarah C. Beasley

Book

Are you doing all you can for the well-being of your pet? Many pet guardians struggle with this question in relation to adopting versus buying, how best to raise and train animals, and how to approach the aging, sickness, and death passage. Structured...

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Lawless  by Kimberley Motley

Lawless

Kimberley Motley

Book

In the summer of 2008 Kimberley Motley quit her job as a public defender in Milwaukee to join a U.S. government sponsored 'capacity building' program that helped train lawyers in war-torn Afghanistan. She was 32-years-old at the time, a former Mrs. W...

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Pilgrims of Woodstock  by John (Professor of media arts) Kane

Pilgrims of Woodstock

John (Professor of media arts) Kane

Book

In the summer of 1969, 400,000 people from across the country came together and redefined the music scene forever. Though the legacy and lore of Woodstock lives on in the memory of its attendees, a new generation can experience the real and unedited ...

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Baby names 2020  by Eleanor Turner

Baby names 2020

Eleanor Turner

Book

Choosing a name for your baby is really exciting - it can also feel like a huge decision that you're terrified of getting wrong! Never fear: we bring you the very latest news, trends and inspiration in Baby Names 2020. Updated annually, Baby Names is...

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Wild beauty  by Jana Blankenship

Wild beauty

Jana Blankenship

Book

An inspiring and easy-to-use primer on natural beauty, featuring 30 recipes for making your own essential oils, lip balm, face and body oils, bath salts, juices, tonics, and more, including an overview of important plant ingredients, the benefits of ...

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So you want to start a podcast  by Kristen Meinzer

So you want to start a podcast

Kristen Meinzer

Book

An inspiring, comprehensive, step-by-step guide to creating a hit show, So You Want to Start a Podcast covers everything from hosting and guest booking to editing and marketing - while offering plenty of encouragement and insider stories along the way....

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Edward Said  by Dominique Eddé

Edward Said

Dominique Eddé

Book

In this intimate portrait of Edward Said, Dominique Eddé, a close friend of the subject, offers a fascinating and fresh presentation of his oeuvre, from his earliest writings on Joseph Conrad to his most famous texts, Orientalism and Culture and Impe...

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Veg  by Jamie Oliver

Veg

Jamie Oliver

Book

Jamie Oliver is back with brilliantly easy, flavour-packed, and accessible veg recipes. From simple suppers and family favourites to weekend dishes for sharing with friends, this book is packed full of phenomenal food - pure and simple. Whether it's ...

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Trinity  by F. E. Close

Trinity

F. E. Close

Book

A thrilling new history of the most damaging nuclear spy ever to undermine the West, by an important scientific practitioner. Klaus Fuchs knew more nuclear secrets in the last two years of the Second World War than anyone else in Britain. He was taken...

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Ultralearning  by Scott H. Young

Ultralearning

Scott H. Young

Book

Multi-talented author, programmer and entrepreneur Scott Young has learnt four new languages and taught himself the entire four-year MIT curriculum for computer science all within a year. How? By using these seven life-changing ultralearning techniqu...

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The fighter's kitchen  by Chris Algieri

The fighter's kitchen

Chris Algieri

Book

Ever wonder how professional MMA fighters in the UFC prepare their bodies for fights? The real training often starts in the kitchen, where the right meals at the right times can give fighters everything they need to be ready for their next match. Fighters...

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James Hardy Vaux's 1819 dictionary of criminal slang  by Simon (Writer Barnard

James Hardy Vaux's 1819 dictionary of criminal slang

Simon (Writer Barnard

Book

In the early 1800s magistrates in the Australian colonies were often frustrated by the language used by reoffending convicts to disguise their criminal activities and intensions. Convict clerk James Hardy Vaux came up with a useful idea- a dictionary...

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The second summer of love  by Alon Shulman

The second summer of love

Alon Shulman

Book

In 1987, four friends from London, Paul Oakenfold, Danny Rampling, Nicky Holloway and Johnny Walker, took a week-long holiday to Ibiza. What they saw there, and brought back home, would give rise to a new global music and counterculture movement. In this...

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Storey's guide to training horses  by Heather Smith Thomas

Storey's guide to training horses

Heather Smith Thomas

Book

Storey's Guide to Training Horses is a one-stop reference for every aspect of horse training, including a complete program for turning a shy and gangly foal into a calm, confident, well-balanced equine partner. Now with full-color photography, the th...

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Magic is dead  by Ian Frisch

Magic is dead

Ian Frisch

Book

Accomplished young journalist Ian Frisch, whose writing has appeared in The New Yorker, Vice, Playboy and The New York Times, threads together a personal story of the sudden death of his father, his mother's escape to the poker tables, and how his fa...

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The twins  by Kate Kray

The twins

Kate Kray

Book

Married to Ron before his death, and a regular correspondent with Reg, Kate Kray was granted unique access to the shadowy underworld they inhabited, and was entrusted with some of the darkest secrets they possessed -- secrets that could never be revealed...

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Sex power money  by Sara Pascoe

Sex power money

Sara Pascoe

Book

Following her hit book Animal, Sara Pascoe decides to confront her fear of the male libido, and turns her attention to the things that really matter to humans, delving into such questions as: Why don't people care about the welfare of the people they...

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Am I dreaming?  by James Kingsland

Am I dreaming?

James Kingsland

Book

A scientific travel guide to altered states of consciousness - and what we can learn from them. When a computer goes wrong, we are told to turn it off and on again. In Am I Dreaming?, science journalist James Kingsland reveals how the human brain is ...

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I sank the Bismarck  by John Moffat

I sank the Bismarck

John Moffat

Book

In the early hours of the 27th of May, 1941, the German warship Bismarck - scourge of the Atlantic ocean - was sailing towards a fateful encounter. Two days previously, Prime Minister Winston Churchill had issued the order to 'Sink the Bismarck'. This...

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Vitamin T

Vitamin T

Book

A global survey of more than 100 artists, chosen by art-world professionals for their work with threads, stitching, and textiles Celebrating tapestry, embroidery, stitching, textiles, knitting, and knotting as used by visual artists worldwide, Vitamin...

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Chaos  by Tom O'Neill

Chaos

Tom O'Neill

Book

In 1999, when Tom O’Neill was assigned a magazine piece about the thirtieth anniversary of the Manson murders, he worried there was nothing new to say. Weren’t the facts indisputable? Charles Manson had ordered his teenage followers to commit seven b...

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The fate of food  by Amanda Little

The fate of food

Amanda Little

Book

Is the future of food looking bleak or better than ever? At a time when every day brings news of drought and famine, Amanda Little investigates what it will take to feed a hotter, hungrier, more crowded world. She explores the past along with the present...

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Chanel's Riviera  by Anne De Courcy

Chanel's Riviera

Anne De Courcy

Book

Bestselling social historian Anne de Courcy reveals the glamour and grit of the Second World War on the French Riviera. Far from worrying about the onset of war, in the spring of 1938 the burning question on the French Riviera was whether one should curtsey...

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BTS  by Adrian Besley

BTS

Adrian Besley

Book

Seven good-looking boys -- Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook -- who can dance as well as they can sing are tearing up the global music charts. Nothing new? Think again. BTS, who rose to fame in their native South Korea in 2013 and who sing...

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The new spiritual exercises  by Louis M. Savary

The new spiritual exercises

Louis M. Savary

Book

One can say that the last true revolution in spirituality came with the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola. Many devout Christians use the Exercises unchanged from their origins in the sixteenth century. In the twentieth century, another Jesuit, ...

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Reason and beyond  by Darrell Morley Price

Reason and beyond

Darrell Morley Price

Book

An unflinchingly honest commentary on modern life, death, love, fear, spirituality, belief, meaning and purpose. Reason and Beyond challenges the readers to take a fresh look at how they live and what they think they know so they may begin to free th...

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Anxious kids  by Michael Grose

Anxious kids

Michael Grose

Book

Anxious Kids offers parents a new perspective on their children's anxiety, encouraging them to view each episode as an opportunity to empower their kids with the skills to manage anxiety, and thrive. Bestselling parenting author Michael Grose and wel...

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The flower fix  by Anna Potter

The flower fix

Anna Potter

Book

The Flower Fix presents wild inspiration and modern arrangements by Swallows and Damsons florist Anna Potter, with beautiful photography by India Hobson. Blousy blooms, speckled branches, rich foliage and delicate petals; nature has the power to inspire...

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Blockchain for everyone  by John Hargrave

Blockchain for everyone

John Hargrave

Book

When John Hargrave first invested in cryptocurrency, the price of a single bitcoin was about

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Order without design  by Alain Bertaud

Order without design

Alain Bertaud

Book

"This book emerges from a 55-year career in urban planning, and is illustrated by the author's real-world experience. Without understanding how markets work, urban planners are likely to design infrastructure and regulations that will adversely impact...

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Aftermath  by James Rickards

Aftermath

James Rickards

Book

In his most practical book to date, financial expert and investment advisor James Rickards shows how and why our financial markets are being artificially inflated and what smart investors can do to protect their assets. What goes up must come down. As...

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Success through diversity  by Carol Fulp

Success through diversity

Carol Fulp

Book

"Explores how investing in a racially and ethnically diverse workforce will help make contemporary businesses more dynamic, powerful, and profitable. Renowned business leader and visionary Carol Fulp explores staffing trends in the US and provides a ...

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Milk!  by Mark Kurlansky

Milk!

Mark Kurlansky

Book

"Mark Kurlansky's first global food history since the bestselling Cod and Salt; the fascinating cultural, economic, and culinary story of milk and all things dairy--with recipes throughout. According to the Greek creation myth, we are so much spilt milk;...

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Passionate marriage  by David Morris Schnarch

Passionate marriage

David Morris Schnarch

Book

The greatest sexual pleasure and emotional fulfilment in a person's lifetime is possible in the middle and later years when he or she has developed a mature sense of self and found genuine intimacy with another person. That's the exciting message of ...

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