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Cannibal killers  by Moira Martingale

Cannibal killers

Moira Martingale

Book

"Anthropophagy – humans eating their fellow-humans – creates a curious blend of revulsion and fascination. When the perpetrator is a murderer – most commonly a sadistic serial killer – the crime is not only shocking, but also bewildering. Moira Marti...

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British dandies  by Dominic Janes

British dandies

Dominic Janes

Book

"Dressy men as a type of celebrity have played a distinctive part in the cultural - and even in the political - life of Britain over several centuries. But unlike the twenty-first-century hipster, the dandies of the British past provoked intense degrees...

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The slimming foodie in one  by Pip Payne

The slimming foodie in one

Pip Payne

Book

"The Slimming Foodie is back with a fantastic new collection of 100 slimming recipes. These dishes are as delicious as ever but even simpler to prepare, as you only need one pot, pan or tray to prepare them. From all-in-one feasts to slow-cooked comforts,...

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Healthy heart, healthy brain  by Bradley Bale

Healthy heart, healthy brain

Bradley Bale

Book

"Every forty seconds, someone in the US suffers a heart attack or a stroke. Every sixty-five seconds someone develops dementia. The culprit is cardiovascular disease-- and rates are going up in younger people. Bale and Doneen present a comprehensive ...

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Founder brand  by Dave Gerhardt

Founder brand

Dave Gerhardt

Book

"You're part of an elite group of builders, creators, and innovators who have accomplished something few can claim: you've founded a company. Now the challenge of standing out in the crowd begins--and how you differentiate yourself counts. Building a...

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Inside out  by Deb Bailey

Inside out

Deb Bailey

Book

"Inside out: why leadership starts with you is a self-leadership book that provides a holistic approach to how we can become our best future self and live a life by design. It is a collection and celebration of the many leaders Deb Bailey has worked with...

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The currency of politics  by Stefan Eich

The currency of politics

Stefan Eich

Book

"Money in the history of political thought, from ancient Greece to the Great Inflation of the 1970s. In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, critical attention has shifted from the economy to the most fundamental feature of all market economies-money....

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Seedling field guide, common pest plants in Auckland.

Seedling field guide, common pest plants in Auckland.

Book

"This seedling field guide on pest plants, along with its companion guide on native plants, is intended to support gardeners, landscapers and environmentalists who are fostering native biodiversity. They are intended to help readers to identify seedlings...

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Seedling field guide, common natives in Auckland.

Seedling field guide, common natives in Auckland.

Book

"This seedling field guide on native plants, along with its companion guide on pest plants, is intended to support gardeners, landscapers and environmentalists who are fostering native biodiversity. They are intended to help readers to identify seedlings...

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Patriarchy blues  by Frederick (Activist) Joseph

Patriarchy blues

Frederick (Activist) Joseph

Book

"In this thought-provoking collection of essays, poems, and short reflections, Frederick Joseph explores issues of masculinity and patriarchy from both a personal and cultural standpoint. From fatherhood, and "manning up" to abuse and therapy, he fea...

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Spirits unveiled  by Michelle (Spiritualist) Welch

Spirits unveiled

Michelle (Spiritualist) Welch

Book

"Spirits move amongst us every day but at some point, whether due to fear or control, we decided not to interact with them or see them. In reality, there is no such veil dividing our worlds. Spirits Unveiled will help us become aware of all types of ...

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Small habits for a big life  by Rebecca Ray

Small habits for a big life

Rebecca Ray

Book

"Change is not about grand statements and sweeping gestures. It is about chipping away, a bit at a time, at the habits that hold us back. Dr Rebecca Ray knows about the power of small habits to make big changes. By introducing small changes into her own...

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A more loving world

A more loving world

Book

"An empowering guide to creating a kinder, more loving world.The modern world is richer, safer and more connected than ever. But it is also a far less loving world than we need or want: impatience, self-righteousness, moralism and viciousness run ram...

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Love unf*cked  by Gary John Bishop

Love unf*cked

Gary John Bishop

Book

"'Love is patient, love is blind. . .' Until it's not. Then what? No matter how much advice we get or how much work we do on our 'stuff', nothing ever seems to make the difference. The truth of it is, you're woefully ill-equipped for one of the most....

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The Lady Di look book  by Eloise Moran

The Lady Di look book

Eloise Moran

Book

"Through a rich and beautiful series of images, British fashion journalist Eloise Moran decodes Princess Diana's outfits in this smart visual psychobiography of an icon. From the pink gingham pants and pastel-yellow overalls of a sacrificial lamb, to...

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Curious habits  by Luke Mathers

Curious habits

Luke Mathers

Book

"Attention to detail is great perfectionism is a curious habit. Chocolate is awesome using it to treat anxiety is a curious habit. Honest self-awareness is admirable constantly beating yourself up is a curious habit. We have habits for a reason, we r...

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Climbers  by Peter Cossins

Climbers

Peter Cossins

Book

"When, during the Pyrenean stages of the 1998 Tour de France, a journalist asked Marco Pantani why he rode so fast in the mountains, the elfin Italian, unmistakeable in the bandanna and hooped ear-rings that played up to his "Pirate" nickname, replied:...

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Hell yeah or no  by Derek Sivers

Hell yeah or no

Derek Sivers

Book

"Overwhelmed? If you feel anything less than “hell yeah!” about something, say no. We say yes too often. By saying no to almost everything, you leave space and time in your life to throw yourself completely into the few things that matter most. After...

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Light rains sometimes fall  by Lev Parikian

Light rains sometimes fall

Lev Parikian

Book

"In the West we consider the passing of the year through the prism of four seasons. Other cultures see nature’s turn quite differently, however. The traditional Japanese calendar recognises that the subtle changes of the natural world with a total of...

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Spiritual freedom in the digital age  by Jason Gregory

Spiritual freedom in the digital age

Jason Gregory

Book

"Jason Gregory reveals the psychological and spiritual damage digital technology and social media are having on the human mind, and gifts you a digital free lifestyle to reclaim your health and sanity for a better world. Spiritual Freedom in the Digital...

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Money men  by Dan McCrum

Money men

Dan McCrum

Book

"When investigative journalist Dan McCrum first came across Wirecard, the hot new tech company that looked poised to challenge Silicon Valley, it all looked a little too good to be true- offices were sprouting up all over the world, they were reporting...

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Drawing on the dominant eye  by Betty Edwards

Drawing on the dominant eye

Betty Edwards

Book

"Betty Edwards reveals the role our dominant eye plays in how we perceive, create, and are seen by those around us. Research shows that much like being right-handed or left-handed, each of us has a dominant eye, corresponding to the dominant side of our...

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Dream guidance  by Machiel Klerk

Dream guidance

Machiel Klerk

Book

"Everyone dreams-both literally and metaphorically-but most people don't know that their dreams can be used for personal development. Therapist, dream expert, and founder of the Jung Society of Utah and the Jung Platform Machiel Klerk shares how, through...

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Almost vegetarian one pot

Almost vegetarian one pot

Book

"More people now than ever are embracing a plant-based diet. We make it even easier, by reducing the time you spend prepping and washing up. All the recipes in this book can be tossed into the one pot, pan or dish to make amazing plant-foward dinners...

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Annie's boy  by Gary Todd

Annie's boy

Gary Todd

Book

"Annie's Boy is a coming-of-age story as seen through the eyes of a boy and his mum living in Scotland in the 1970s and 80s where fear, violence and struggle was an everyday part of life. It is a story of hope and quiet courage and perseverance that will...

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Mezcla  by Ixta Belfrage

Mezcla

Ixta Belfrage

Book

"Everyday eating with special occasion energy - from the Ottolenghi protégé shaking up the food world. In Spanish, mezcla means mix, mixture or blend, and is used to describe music and art as well as cooking. In her first solo book, Ixta Belfrage - loved...

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Why women read fiction  by Helen Taylor

Why women read fiction

Helen Taylor

Book

"Ian McEwan once said, 'When women stop reading, the novel will be dead.' This book explains how precious fiction is to contemporary women readers, and how they draw on it to tell the stories of their lives. Female readers are key to the future of fi...

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The future of work

The future of work

Book

"The future is here. How is your organization responding? Amid the turbulence of a global pandemic, worldwide social justice movements, and accelerated digital transformation, one thing has been clear-work will no longer be the same. Employees now expect...

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How to solve a crime  by Angela Gallop

How to solve a crime

Angela Gallop

Book

"CRIME [Noun]: An action or omission which constitutes an offence and is punishable by law. Forensic science is one of the most important aspects of any criminal investigation. It can allow the authorities to do everything from positively identify a suspect...

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Llama drama by Anna McNuff

Llama drama

Anna McNuff

eAudiobook

**WINNER of the 2020 Amazon Storyteller Literary Award**"Llama Drama is simply hilarious. If anyone wants something witty and moving at the same time. Also, something empowering, then this is the one for them. I literally inhaled it." - Claudia Winkleman,...

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Mantel pieces by Hilary Mantel

Mantel pieces

Hilary Mantel

eAudiobook

A stunning collection of essays and memoir from twice Booker Prize winner and international bestseller Hilary Mantel, author of the Wolf Hall Trilogy In 1987, when Hilary Mantel was first published in the London Review of Books, she wrote to the editor,...

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The grieving brain by Mary-Frances O'Connor

The grieving brain

Mary-Frances O'Connor

eAudiobook

A renowned grief expert and neuroscientist shares groundbreaking discoveries about what happens in our brain when we grieve, providing a new paradigm for understanding love, loss, and learning. For as long as humans have existed, we have struggled when...

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All that she carried by Tiya Miles

All that she carried

Tiya Miles

eAudiobook

A renowned historian traces the life of a single object handed down through three generations of Black women to craft an extraordinary testament to people who are left out of the archives."A history told with brilliance and tenderness and fearlessnes...

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Declutter like a mother by Allie Casazza

Declutter like a mother

Allie Casazza

eAudiobook

Read by the author with exclusive commentary. Successful business entrepreneur Allie Casazza shares her powerful and proven method for clearing the clutter in our minds by first clearing the clutter in our homes, the place where transformation begins....

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The best mystery stories of the year 2021

The best mystery stories of the year 2021

eAudiobook

Under the auspices of New York City's legendary mystery fiction specialty bookstore, The Mysterious Bookshop, and aided by Edgar Award-winning anthologist Otto Penzler, international bestseller Lee Child has selected the twenty most suspenseful, most...

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The Edgar Allan Poe BBC radio collection by Edgar Allan Poe

The Edgar Allan Poe BBC radio collection

Edgar Allan Poe

eAudiobook

Edgar Allan Poe's most celebrated stories, as heard on BBC Radio - plus bonus documentaries and two thrilling original dramasThe master of the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe has inspired generations of horror writers with his chilling Gothic tales, and is ...

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Blackwater by Claire McGowan

Blackwater

Claire McGowan

eAudiobook

They all thought she was dead. But now she's back. Golden girl Zoe's been dead for ten years, her body dragged from the river Black after a night out to celebrate the end of school. But now a woman who says she's Zoe has turned up in her hometown of....

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Raymond Chandler by Raymond Chandler

Raymond Chandler

Raymond Chandler

eAudiobook

They never came tougher than Marlowe, a cynical, world-weary, wise-cracking shamus whose honesty in a dishonest world sent him down the mean streets again and again in search of some kind of justice. Ed Bishop stars as Philip Marlowe in these powerfu...

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The No. 1 ladies detective agency Vol. 5  by Alexander McCall Smith

The No. 1 ladies detective agency Vol. 5

Alexander McCall Smith

eAudiobook

The fifth and final collection of BBC Radio 4 dramatisations, adapted by Alexander McCall Smith from his own bestselling books'Touching, rhythmic, and laugh-out-loud hilarious' AudioFile Magazine'Must-listen ... beautifully cast, precisely timed, sim...

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Come as you are by Emily Nagoski

Come as you are

Emily Nagoski

eAudiobook

A revised and updated edition of Emily Nagoski's game-changing New York Times bestseller Come As You Are, featuring new information and research on mindfulness, desire, and pleasure that will radically transform your sex life. For much of the 20th and...

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50 shades of the USA by Anna McNuff

50 shades of the USA

Anna McNuff

eAudiobook

Disillusioned with corporate London life and with no previous experience as a long-distance cyclist, Anna decides to clamber atop a beautiful pink bicycle (named Boudica) and set out on an 11,000-mile journey on her own, through each and every state of...

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Admissions by Kendra James

Admissions

Kendra James

eAudiobook

Kendra James began her professional life selling a lie. As an admissions officer specializing in diversity recruitment for select prep schools, her job was persuading students and families to embark on the same perilous journey, attending cutthroat and...

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The usual Santas

The usual Santas

eAudiobook

Sixteen delightful holiday short stories by some of your favorite Soho Crime authors! Featuring short crime fiction by: Helene Tursten, Mick Herron, Martin Limon, Timothy Hallinan, Mette Ivie Harrison, Colin Cotterill, Ed Lin, Stuart Neville, Tod Gol...

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Inspector Morse, BBC radio drama collection by Colin Dexter

Inspector Morse, BBC radio drama collection

Colin Dexter

eAudiobook

Last Seen Wearing: Inspector Morse is reluctant to take over an old missing person case from a dead colleague. But two years, three months and two days after teenager Valerie Taylor's disappearance, somebody decides to supply some surprising new evidence....

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Move the body, heal the mind by Jennifer J. Heisz

Move the body, heal the mind

Jennifer J. Heisz

eAudiobook

A noted neuroscientist reveals groundbreaking research on how fitness and exercise can combat mental health conditions such as anxiety, dementia, ADHD, and depression, and offers a plan for improving focus, creativity, and sleep. Jennifer Heisz share...

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The final twist by Jeffery Deaver

The final twist

Jeffery Deaver

eAudiobook

The gripping new thriller from the No. 1 Sunday Times bestseller Jeffery Deaver Twist left. Unique Investigator Colter Shaw is searching for the answer to his father's final, posthumous riddle. It will lead him to evidence that will topple the secret...

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Animal, vegetable, junk by Mark Bittman

Animal, vegetable, junk

Mark Bittman

eAudiobook

The history of Homo sapiens is usually told as a story of technology or economics. But there is a more fundamental driver: food. How we hunted and gathered explains our emergence as a new species and our earliest technology; our first food systems, from...

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The power of writing it down by Allison Fallon

The power of writing it down

Allison Fallon

eAudiobook

Discover the power of (finally) getting unstuck, claiming your clarity, and becoming the person whose life you want to live--all through a simple self-care practice you can build into your daily routine. For anyone who's trying to make sense of their...

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The proof is in the plants by Simon Hill

The proof is in the plants

Simon Hill

eAudiobook

Our health is in crisis and so is our climate. What if there was a way of eating that may help us live healthier for longer and protect the future of our planet, too? The good news is that evidence now shows a plant-based diet may offer us exactly that...

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The real and the romantic  by Frances Spalding

The real and the romantic

Frances Spalding

Book

"The 21st century has seen a surge of interest in English art of the interwar years. Women artists, such as Winifred Knights, Frances Hodgkins and Evelyn Dunbar, have come to the fore, while familiar names - Paul Nash, Eric Ravilious and Stanley Spencer...

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Red pill, blue pill  by David A. Neiwert

Red pill, blue pill

David A. Neiwert

Book

"A revealing trip down the rabbit hole of conspiracy theories--their appeal, who believes them, how they spread--with an eye to helping people deal with the alt-right conspiracists in their own lives. Conspiracy theories are killing us. Once confined...

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Building an innovation hotspot  by Alicia Cameron

Building an innovation hotspot

Alicia Cameron

Book

"How can you increase innovation at local levels and build new technology hotspots? "Building an Innovation Hotspot" outlines the approaches governments, communities and industry have used to stimulate innovation and examines the evidence behind them....

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The Devil's half acre  by Kristen (Journalist) Green

The Devil's half acre

Kristen (Journalist) Green

Book

"While Confederate statues are brought down across the country, America is reckoning with its tumultuous past and the legacy of the darker chapters of our history. In The Devil's Half Acre, New York Times bestselling author Kristen Green draws on years...

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David Bowie  by Benoît Clerc

David Bowie

Benoît Clerc

Book

"A lovingly thorough dissection of every album and every track ever released by David Bowie over the span of his nearly 50 year career, David Bowie All the Songs follows the musician from his self-titled debut album released in 1967 all the way throu...

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Tutankhamun

Tutankhamun

Book

"In 1922, as Egypt became an independent nation, the tomb of the young king Tutankhamun was discovered at Luxor, the first known intact royal burial from ancient Egypt. The excavation of the small but crowded tomb by Howard Carter and his team genera...

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Family discipleship  by Matt Chandler

Family discipleship

Matt Chandler

Book

"The most important disciple a parent will make is within their own home, and yet this is the most difficult disciple to make. Family Discipleship by Matt Chandler and Adam Griffin helps readers develop a sustainable rhythm of gospel-centered discipl...

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Fiercely loved  by Lisa Bevere

Fiercely loved

Lisa Bevere

Book

"These 90 devotions by author Lisa Bevere help you discover the beautiful truth of how God thinks about you. God doesn't just tolerate you; he loves you and wants you to know his wild thoughts toward you are full of love, joy, grace, and mercy. The p...

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When God winks  by Squire D. Rushnell

When God winks

Squire D. Rushnell

Book

"Whether you call it synchronicity or coincidence, it is not an accident that you just picked up When God Winks. In fact, you may have suspected all along that there is more to coincidence than meets the eye. These seemingly random events are actuall...

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The father and the assassin  by Anupama Chandrasekhar

The father and the assassin

Anupama Chandrasekhar

Book

"'Our wars may come in many forms. On the battlefields. Within ourselves.' Mahatma Gandhi: lawyer, champion of non-violence, beloved leader. Nathuram Godse: journalist, nationalist - and the man who murdered him. Anupama Chandrasekhar's play The Father...

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Marram  by Leonie Charlton

Marram

Leonie Charlton

Book

"Seven years after her mother's death, Leonie Charlton is still gripped by memories of their fraught relationship. In May 2017, Leonie trekked through the Outer Hebrides in the company of a friend and their Highland Ponies in search of closure. When ...

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Embrace fearlessly the burning world  by Barry Holstun Lopez

Embrace fearlessly the burning world

Barry Holstun Lopez

Book

"This collection represents part of the enduring legacy of Barry Lopez, hailed as a 'national treasure' (Outside) and "one of our finest writers" (Los Angeles Times Book Review) when he died in December 2020. An ardent steward of the land, fearless t...

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The men who stare at goats  by Jon Ronson

The men who stare at goats

Jon Ronson

Book

"Why are they blasting Iraqi prisoners-of-war with the theme tune to Barney the Purple Dinosaur? And why have 100 de-bleated goats been secretly placed inside the Special Forces command centre at Fort Bragg, North Carolina? In 1979 a secret unit was....

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Transport for humans  by Pete Dyson

Transport for humans

Pete Dyson

Book

"Engineers plan transport systems, people use them. But the ways in which an engineer measures success - speed, journey time, efficiency - are often not the way that passengers think about a good trip. We are not cargo. We choose how and when to trav...

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A brief history of Khubilai Khan  by Jonathan Clements

A brief history of Khubilai Khan

Jonathan Clements

Book

"His grandfather was the bloodthirsty Mongol leader Genghis Khan, his mother a Christian princess. Groomed from childhood for a position of authority, Khubilai snatched the position of Great Khan, becoming the overlord of a Mongol federation that str...

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Criminology on Trump  by Gregg Barak

Criminology on Trump

Gregg Barak

Book

"Criminology on Trump is a criminological investigation of the world's most successful outlaw, Donald J. Trump. Over the course of five decades, Donald Trump has been accused of sexual assault, tax evasion, money laundering, non-payment of employees,...

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Neeson Murcutt Neille  by Anna Johnson

Neeson Murcutt Neille

Anna Johnson

Book

"Neeson Murcutt Neille demonstrate a deeply empathetic approach to making architecture, one that is integrally connected to landscape, history, identity, culture and place. Whether a surf lifesaving club, a school gymnasium, a museum or a single-family...

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The kitchen garden  by Lucy Mora

The kitchen garden

Lucy Mora

Book

"Focusing on plants destined for the dinner plate, The Kitchen Garden is an illustrated guide to growing edible plants from sowing to harvesting. Learn when to sow, what to grow and how to make your delicious harvest into a meal. The book features fi...

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Enchanted kitchen  by Gail Bussi

Enchanted kitchen

Gail Bussi

Book

"Take a delicious tour through the year with this month-by-month celebration of nourishment for the body, heart, and soul. Part guidebook, part recipe book, and part inspirational journey, Enchanted Kitchen is ripe with the simple magic, healing, and...

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Belief, being, and beyond  by 1970- author. Granddaughter Crow

Belief, being, and beyond

1970- author. Granddaughter Crow

Book

"Awaken the curious side of your mind and explore ideas beyond the dogma you may have previously been taught. This illuminating guide encourages you to delve into a variety of belief systems and the themes they all share, along with your own pre-exis...

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Photo no-nos

Photo no-nos

Book

"At turns humorous and absurd, heartfelt and searching, Photo No-Nos is for photographers of all levels wishing to avoid easy metaphors and to sharpen their visual communication skills. Photographers often have unwritten lists of subjects they tell t...

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Whose truth, whose creativity?  by George J. E. Sakkal

Whose truth, whose creativity?

George J. E. Sakkal

Book

"Whose Truth, Whose Creativity? is an expert analysis of both neuroscience and art theory - this new book delves into the source of all art and creativity, from ancient cave paintings to contemporary art masterpieces. It explores why postmodern art theory...

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SAS Storm Front  by Rowland White

SAS Storm Front

Rowland White

Book

"Dawn. 19 July 1972. A force of nearly three hundred heavily armed, well-trained guerrillas launches a surprise attack on the small fishing village of Mirbat. All that stands in their way is a troop of just nine SAS, aided only by an elite band of fi...

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The first days of Berlin  by Ulrich Gutmair

The first days of Berlin

Ulrich Gutmair

Book

"Berlin in the early 1990s, right after the fall of the Berlin Wall: this is the place to be. Berlin-Mitte, the central district of the city, with its wastelands and decaying houses, has become the centre of a new movement. Artists, musicians, squatters,...

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Flexible dieting  by Alan Aragon

Flexible dieting

Alan Aragon

Book

"Alan Aragon reveals the biggest diet secret of all - no single diet is best for everyone. The key to success is finding a tailored program that meets your individual needs and helps you build lifelong habits to support your goals. With a focus on...

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When the clouds come  by Drew Povey

When the clouds come

Drew Povey

Book

"When the Clouds Come will give you tried and tested ideas that will truly help when you need it most. Drew Povey's popular coaching and leadership work have developed countless people to be able to work through the significant and sometimes shatteri...

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Nothing like a Dane  by Keri Bloomfield

Nothing like a Dane

Keri Bloomfield

Book

"Humorous and heartfelt, Nothing Like a Dane is a memoir of a New Zealander living her best life in Denmark. The Danish concept of hygge is a wonderful thing. Even if most fail miserably when they try to pronounce or explain its true essence. Unless you're...

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Exit stage left  by Nick Duerden

Exit stage left

Nick Duerden

Book

"A quirky, thought-provoking look at the curious afterlife of pop stars. Nick Duerden has spent many years interviewing the most famous musicians on the planet. Without exception, they are at their most interesting when they've peaked, and when they are...

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The veg box  by Stephen (Vegetarian chef) Flynn

The veg box

Stephen (Vegetarian chef) Flynn

Book

"Bestselling authors and vegan chefs, The Happy Pear, are back with their best cookbook yet, designed to inspire and delight readers with 100 delicious recipes using 10 different veg. Starting out as greengrocers over 20 years ago, Steve and Dave are...

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Van Gogh self-portraits  by Martin Bailey

Van Gogh self-portraits

Martin Bailey

Book

"The myth of Van Gogh today is linked as much to his extraordinary life as it is to his stunning paintings. His biography has often shaped the way that his self-portraits have been (mis)understood. Van Gogh. Self-Portraits reconsiders this aspect of ...

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The practical art of bonsai  by John Hanby

The practical art of bonsai

John Hanby

Book

"This book will show you how to establish a collection, from first tree acquisitions to quickly creating your own bonsai from ordinary garden material. Step-by-step demonstrations, real examples and helpful advice then ensure you can develop and refine...

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Bayeux stitch  by Tanya Bentham

Bayeux stitch

Tanya Bentham

Book

"This practical book of techniques and projects demonstrates the simple style of the Bayeux tapestry, before showing variations based on both surviving examples and adaptations of medieval manuscripts. It explains the narrow range of stitches used in...

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Finding me  by Viola Davis

Finding me

Viola Davis

Book

"This is Viola Davis' story, in her own words, and spans her incredible, inspiring life, from her coming-of-age in Rhode Island to her present day. Hers is a story of overcoming, a true hero's journey"--Publisher's description.

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The undercurrents  by Kirsty Bell

The undercurrents

Kirsty Bell

Book

"The Undercurrents is a dazzling work of biography, memoir, and cultural criticism told from a precise vantage point: a stately nineteenth-century house on Berlin's Landwehr canal, a site at the centre of great historical changes, but also smaller do...

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Outside, the sky is blue  by Christina Patterson

Outside, the sky is blue

Christina Patterson

Book

"OUTSIDE, THE SKY IS BLUE is a beautifully drawn, heartbreaking yet also joyful memoir of growing up, of happiness and love, of living with physical and mental ill health, and of being the only one left of a family that had once had so much colour and...

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HBR's 10 must reads 2022

HBR's 10 must reads 2022

Book

"A year's worth of management wisdom, all in one place. We've combed through the ideas, insights, and best practices from the past year of Harvard Business Review to help you get up to speed fast on the relevant concepts driving business today. Discover...

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Where the light fell  by Philip Yancey

Where the light fell

Philip Yancey

Book

"'Not until college days do I discover the shocking secret of my father's death.' With a journalist's background Philip Yancey is widely admired for taking on the more difficult and confusing aspects of faith. Now in Where the Light Fell he shares, for...

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Training and hunting bird dogs  by Scott Linden

Training and hunting bird dogs

Scott Linden

Book

"If you hunt for pheasants, grouse, quail, and other upland birds, forming a partnership with your dog can be a daunting challenge. Wingshooting USA’s Scott Linden is here to help. Training and Hunting Bird Dogs fills in the blanks for the wingshooter...

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Wicketkeeping  by James Knott

Wicketkeeping

James Knott

Book

"This book is aimed at players and coaches (male & female) of all levels. James Knott and Andrew O'Connor have created a comprehensive and up to date guide to wicket keeping for coaches, players and parents featuring photographs and diagrams along with...

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Fair play  by Eve Rodsky

Fair play

Eve Rodsky

Book

"Eve Rodsky is changing society one relationship at a time, by coming up with a 21st century solution to an age-old problem: women shouldering the brunt of domestic responsibilities, regardless of whether they work outside the home. The unequal emoti...

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Bazaar  by Sabrina Ghayour

Bazaar

Sabrina Ghayour

Book

"Bazaar is a colourful, flavourful and satisfying celebration of vegetable dishes, designed to suit every occasion and every palate. The magic of this cookbook is that you won't feel like anything is missing, with dishes full of easy-to-achieve flavours...

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The joy of watercolor  by Emma Block

The joy of watercolor

Emma Block

Book

"For a soothing boost of joy and whimsy, try your hand at watercolor. With a few simple steps, anyone can be an aspiring artist, and achieve moments of zen doing so. London illustrator and watercolor artist Emma Block is distilling her sold-out classes...

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The 30-day thyroid reset plan  by Becky (Doctor of Natural Medicine) Campbell

The 30-day thyroid reset plan

Becky (Doctor of Natural Medicine) ...

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"Millions of Americans have thyroid disorders and don't even know it. Dr. Becky Campbell, who has years of experience in the field, was one of those people but cured herself using this revolutionary program. What makes this approach different--and mo...

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Sirocco  by Sabrina Ghayour

Sirocco

Sabrina Ghayour

Book

"Journey to the Middle East and Mediterranean with alluring recipes from Sabrina Ghayour, dubbed 'the golden girl of Persian Cookery' by The Observer, in the highly anticipated follow-up to her bestselling debut cookbook, Persiana. Sirocco highlights...

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Persiana  by Sabrina Ghayour

Persiana

Sabrina Ghayour

Book

"A celebration of the food and flavours from the regions near the southern and eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea, with 100 recipes for modern and accessible Middle Eastern dishes"--Publisher's description.

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Nice girls don't get the corner office  by Lois P. Frankel

Nice girls don't get the corner office

Lois P. Frankel

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""The New York Times bestseller, which has become a must-have for women in business, is now revised and updated in celebration of its 10th anniversary. Internationally recognized executive coach Dr. Lois P. Frankel teacher women how to eliminate unc...

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How to find fulfilling work  by Roman Krznaric

How to find fulfilling work

Roman Krznaric

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"This is a book about how to take working life in new directions how to negotiate the labyrinth of choices, how to think about personal ambitions and motivations, and ultimately how to take concrete steps to finding a fulfilling career. It is a self-help...

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The elements  by Theodore W. Gray

The elements

Theodore W. Gray

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"This book features gorgeous, never-before-seen photographic representations of the 118 elements in the periodic table - plus facts, figures and fascinating stories about each one!"--Publisher's description.

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