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First World War, 1914-18 by Mark Jones

First World War, 1914-18

Mark Jones

eAudiobook

A unique collection of authentic eyewitness accounts chronicling the events of the First World War from Sarajevo to the ArmisticeIn this selection of historic recordings from the BBC Archives, British, French and American servicemen recall their harr...

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More from Marple's casebook by Agatha Christie

More from Marple's casebook

Agatha Christie

eAudiobook

June Whitfield stars as Miss Marple in seven suspenseful full-cast radio dramatisations. The Moving FingerMiss Marple must find out who is behind an outbreak of hate mail and a tragic death.They Do It With MirrorsVisiting an old friend at Stoneygates...

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Incredible women. Series 1-6 by Rebecca Front

Incredible women. Series 1-6

Rebecca Front

eAudiobook

Rebecca Front and Jeremy Front star in this series of spoof documentaries looking at the lives of some extraordinary and unforgettable characters. We meet some truly remarkable women, such as controversial children's writer and wolf enthusiast Eleano...

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Tommies by Jonathan Ruffle

Tommies

Jonathan Ruffle

eAudiobook

A major BBC Radio 4 drama series following the lives of those on and behind the battlefront of World War I. Meticulously based on unit war diaries and eye-witness accounts, each of these 42 episodes of Tommies traces one real day at war, exactly 100 years...

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Home front. Volume 3 by Katie Hims

Home front. Volume 3

Katie Hims

eAudiobook

Series 11-15 of the major BBC Radio 4 drama charting life on the home front during the First World War - plus special extended episode Home Front: A Fragile PeaceFirst heard on radio between 4 August 2014 and 9 November 2018, each episode of Home Front...

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Out of the maze by Spencer Johnson

Out of the maze

Spencer Johnson

eAudiobook

Random House presents the audiobook edition of Out of the Maze by Dr Spencer Johnson, read by Tony Roberts and Ken Blanchard.Who Moved My Cheese? offered millions of readers relief for an evergreen problem: unanticipated and unwelcome change. Now its...

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Lord Peter Wimsey. Volume 3 by Dorothy L. (Dorothy Leigh) Sayers

Lord Peter Wimsey. Volume 3

Dorothy L. (Dorothy Leigh) Sayers

eAudiobook

Ian Carmichael stars as Lord Peter Wimsey in these classic BBC radio dramatisations of Dorothy L Sayers' Golden Age crime novels.Gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey starred in a number of novels and short stories by Dorothy L Sayers. These full-cas...

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Lonely planet. Episode 5, Plain sailing by Rory Goulding

Lonely planet. Episode 5, Plain sailing

Rory Goulding

eAudiobook

With more than a thousand islands and many sheltered bays betweenthem, Croatia's Adriatic coast is the ideal place to practise the art of sailing- especially for first-timers.

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All work, no pay by Lauren (Lauren E.) Berger

All work, no pay

Lauren (Lauren E.) Berger

eAudiobook

Land killer internships-and make the most of them!These days, a college resume without internship experience is considered "naked." Indeed, statistics show that internship experience leads to more job offers with higher salaries-and in this tough eco...

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The Goon show compendium. Volume Fourteen, Series 4, Part 2 by Spike Milligan

The Goon show compendium. Volume Fourteen, Series 4, Part 2

Spike Milligan

eAudiobook

Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers star in ten classic episodes of The Goon Show, plus a host of bonus features.Immensely popular and hugely influential, The Goon Show changed the face of British comedy. This fourteenth and final collect...

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Just a minute by Ian Messiter

Just a minute

Ian Messiter

eAudiobook

Ten archive editions of the the much-loved BBC Radio 4 panel game plus two very special programmes, chaired by Nicholas Parsons.Seasons come and go, and years fly by, but Just a Minute has been a constant ray of sunshine on Radio 4 for over 50 years....

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Fear on 4

Fear on 4

eAudiobook

An unsettling collection of full-cast dramas from the long-running BBC Radio 4 horror series.Throughout five series of Fear on 4 from 1988-1997, Edward de Souza was The Man in Black, a sinister raconteur who introduced a weekly half-hour of terror an...

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Home front. Volume 1 by Katie Hims

Home front. Volume 1

Katie Hims

eAudiobook

Series 1-5 of the groundbreaking BBC Radio 4 drama charting life on the home front during World War OneFirst heard on radio between 4 August 2014 and 9 November 2018, each episode of Home Front is set exactly one hundred years before the broadcast date,...

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Morecambe & Wise. Series 1-4 by Eddie Braben

Morecambe & Wise. Series 1-4

Eddie Braben

eAudiobook

Eighteen episodes from Eric and Ernie's BBC Radio 2 comedy series, collected together for the very first timeBetween 1975 and 1978, when they were at the peak of their popularity on television, Morecambe and Wise also starred in their own radio series,...

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Tim Key's late night poetry programme. The complete series 1-4 by Tim Key

Tim Key's late night poetry programme. The complete series 1-4

Tim Key

eAudiobook

Ever wondered just how much of life you can understand through poetry? Tim Key is never far from stage and screen - from Peep Show to Alpha Papa to Taskmaster. But now he's back doing what he does best - attempting to recite poetry whilst tormenting his...

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The shootist by Glendon Swarthout

The shootist

Glendon Swarthout

eAudiobook

A BBC Radio full-cast dramatisation of this landmark Western, starring Brian Cox and Michelle Fairley. 'The Shootist' is John Bernard Books, the last surviving top gunfighter in a vanishing American West. He rides into El Paso in the year 1901, to be...

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The interrogation. The complete BBC crime series 1-5

The interrogation. The complete BBC crime series 1-5

eAudiobook

Kenneth Cranham and Alex Lanipekun star in these fifteen hard-hitting crime dramas. Chalk and cheese coppers Max Matthews and Sean Armitage are from different generations and different worlds, but together they make a remarkable team. In this powerfu...

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The perfect weekend by Orla Thomas

The perfect weekend

Orla Thomas

eAudiobook

Though oft-neglected in favour of other great Italian cites, Bologna deserves your attention. Its medieval core is remarkably free of tourists, and local restaurants serve some of the country's finest food.

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The further adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Bert Coules

The further adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Bert Coules

eAudiobook

A gripping collection of fifteen BBC Radio full-cast dramas written by Bert Coules, inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's original stories.In the fifty-six short stories and four novels Arthur Conan Doyle wrote about his great detective, how many times...

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Winning the heart of your child by Mike (Parenting blogger) Berry

Winning the heart of your child

Mike (Parenting blogger) Berry

eAudiobook

Many of us enter parenthood with a perfect vision of what our family will be. But along the way we discover that the children we've been blessed with are real human beings, with their own minds, ideals, and views of the world. Our influence only goes...

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The man who would be king by Rudyard Kipling

The man who would be king

Rudyard Kipling

eAudiobook

Kipling's chilling adventure about two men who set out to be kings of a remote region of Afghanistan. Kipling, our narrator, tells this strange story: he was running a newspaper in a big Indian city. In the hot stillness of one night when he was putting...

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Rituals for every day by Nadia Narain

Rituals for every day

Nadia Narain

eAudiobook

Random House presents the audiobook edition of Rituals for Every Day, written by Nadia Narain and Katia Narain Phillips.'Unusually practical, non-patronising and authentic. Think Marie Kondo for the mind, if you will, or the Hemsleys for the soul.' S...

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The shock doctrine by Naomi Klein

The shock doctrine

Naomi Klein

eAudiobook

Penguin presents the audiobook edition of The Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein, read by Katherine Fenton. Around the world in Britain, the United States, Asia and the Middle East, there are people with power who are cashing in on chaos; exploiting bloodshed...

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Spirits of the South by Marcel Theroux

Spirits of the South

Marcel Theroux

eAudiobook

Tales of the supernatural abound in the coastal plains of South Carolina and Georgia, USA, whose haunting landscapes can unsettle even the most sceptical visitor.

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Working actor by David Bottrell

Working actor

David Bottrell

eAudiobook

Veteran character actor David Dean Bottrell draws on his 35+ tumultuous years of work in the entertainment industry to offer a guide to breaking in, making a living, and making a life in the fabulous trenches of show business.David Dean Bottrell has worn...

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Bringing nature home by Douglas W. Tallamy

Bringing nature home

Douglas W. Tallamy

eAudiobook

Bringing Nature Home has sparked a national conversation about the link between healthy local ecosystems and human well-being, and this audio edition will help broaden the movement. By acting on Douglas Tallamy's practical recommendations, everyone can...

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Jack & Millie. Complete series 1 by Jeremy Front

Jack & Millie. Complete series 1

Jeremy Front

eAudiobook

Jack & Millie is the brainchild of Jeremy Front who, with his sister Rebecca Front had been improvising these two characters for years - and now they've been brought to life in a new show...This new comedy show written by Jeremy Front (writer of the ...

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More of God by R. T. Kendall

More of God

R. T. Kendall

eAudiobook

Many of us want more from God instead of more of God. Matthew 5:6 says, "Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled." This is a promise. No one needs to tell you if the water you drank when you were thirsty made...

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Dead ringers. Series 18 by Tom (Children's author) Jamieson

Dead ringers. Series 18

Tom (Children's author) Jamieson

eAudiobook

The complete Series 18 of the award-winning BBC Radio 4 impressions show - plus special episode An Alien Has LandedDead Ringers is back with more topical comedy, political vituperation, media mauling and celebrity savaging from Jon Culshaw, Jan Ravens,...

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On Mardle Fen. Complete series 1-6 by Nick Warburton

On Mardle Fen. Complete series 1-6

Nick Warburton

eAudiobook

Trevor Peacock (The Vicar of Dibley) stars as inspired chef Warwick Hedges, in this comedy drama set in an idiosyncratic restaurant in the Cambridgeshire Fens. Warwick's son Jack works alongside his father, which makes him permanently anxious. They a...

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Walk this way by Orla Thomas

Walk this way

Orla Thomas

eAudiobook

Set out on foot to discover Greece's lesser known north.

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Addicted to busy by Oliver Burkeman

Addicted to busy

Oliver Burkeman

eAudiobook

There's a ritual of the modern workplace - one you've heard and most likely indulged in yourself. It's the call and response we go through when you ask a workmate how they're doing: "Busy!" "So busy." It is pretty obviously a boast disguised as a com...

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The little foxes by Lillian Hellman

The little foxes

Lillian Hellman

eAudiobook

A scathing examination of a wealthy southern family and the greed that tears them apart. Regina's brothers have inherited their father's wealth, while after years of neglect, her dying husband is determined to see she gets nothing. It will take every...

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The adversary by Mark I. Bubeck

The adversary

Mark I. Bubeck

eAudiobook

Spiritual warfare is real, and we are all involved whether we like it or not. The Bible plainly tells us that Satan schemes against humanity and that he wants to devour us. Daily we struggle against Satan's strategies and desire to take over God's ki...

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Plantagenet by Mike Walker

Plantagenet

Mike Walker

eAudiobook

Inspired by Holinshed's Chronicles, this series of radio dramas about the Plantagenet dynasty tells the story of the birth of a new Europe after the dark ages. The issues of control, of freedom, of belief, and the temptations of power were new to an age...

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Daunderlust by Peter (Peter Alan) Ross

Daunderlust

Peter (Peter Alan) Ross

eAudiobook

Peter Ross's articles from around Scotland provide a piece-by-piece portrait of a nation as it changes. They show Scotland as she really is, a hopeful country not without problems and pain, but a nation made great by the people who live, love, laugh and...

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Veil over the light  by Joy Cowley

Veil over the light

Joy Cowley

Book

Veil over the light is a new collection of Joy Cowley's luminous spiritual writings -- reflections, stories and poems. In Veil over the light, one of New Zealand's celebrated and beloved writers describes with profound insight and compassion what it means...

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When running made history  by Roger Robinson

When running made history

Roger Robinson

Book

This cross-over of literature, history and autobiography provides a close-up account of the modern running movement. It depicts the American running boom, the defiant emergence of women's running, the glorious dawn of Africa's ascendance, the sport's...

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The wind at my back  by Josh Komen

The wind at my back

Josh Komen

Book

"`I was a lost little boy, trapped in a world where I didn't belong, one that would tear me apart and build me back into someone new . . .' Twenty-three-year-old Josh Komen is on track to represent New Zealand in running at the next Commonwealth Games...

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German.

German.

Book

Rough Guide German Phrasebook: a convenient, contemporary travel companion from Rough Guides' trusted language experts Compact, clear, and packed with key words and phrases to help conversation, this pocket-sized German phrasebook from Rough Guides' ...

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French.

French.

Book

Rough Guide French Phrasebook: a convenient, contemporary travel companion from Rough Guides' trusted language experts. Compact, clear, and packed with words and phrases to help conversation, this pocket-sized French phrasebook from Rough Guides' tru...

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Spanish.

Spanish.

Book

Rough Guide Spanish Phrasebook: a convenient, contemporary travel companion from Rough Guides' trusted language experts Compact, clear, and packed with key words and phrases to help conversation, this pocket-sized Spanish phrasebook is a trusty trave...

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Bluff City  by Preston Lauterbach

Bluff City

Preston Lauterbach

Book

The little-known story of an iconic photographer, whose work captured--and influenced--a critical moment in American history. Ernest Withers took some of the most legendary images of the 1950s and 60s: Martin Luther King Jr. riding a newly integrated...

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Fleur Adcock  by Fleur Adcock

Fleur Adcock

Fleur Adcock

Book

"Brings together for the first time her 'Poems 1960-2000' and four subsequent collections. Adcock writes about men and women, childhood, identity, roots and rootlessness, memory and loss, animals and dreams, as well as our interactions with nature and...

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The D.I.Y newsroom  by Stuart Howie

The D.I.Y newsroom

Stuart Howie

Book

Is your message getting lost in the cacophony of communications today? Would you like to be better recognised for the good work you do, and to do that within existing resources? Do you want to modernise your operations but do not know how? The DIY Newsroom...

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France  by Nicola Williams

France

Nicola Williams

Book

Lonely Planet’s France is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Grab a café crème at a Parisian sidewalk cafe, take in glacial panoramas above Chamonix and explore the...

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Germany  by Mark Di Duca

Germany

Mark Di Duca

Book

Lonely Planet Germany is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. See storybook castles arise from the Bavarian forest, raise a stein to an oompah band in a Munich beer garden,...

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Munich, Bavaria & the Black Forest  by Marc Di Duca

Munich, Bavaria & the Black Forest

Marc Di Duca

Book

Lonely Planet's Munich, Bavaria & the Black Forest is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore Munich's famous art and beer scene, tour hilltop castles in the fairy tale...

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Yosemite, Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks  by Michael Grosberg

Yosemite, Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

Michael Grosberg

Book

Yosemite and neighboring Sequoia & Kings Canyon occupy the most spectacular region of one of the most spectacular mountain ranges on the planet.

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Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks  by Benedict Walker

Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks

Benedict Walker

Book

Lonely Planet Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Spot wolves and grizzlies in Lamar Valley, watch geysers erupt in Old Faithful...

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Grand Canyon National Park  by Loren Bell

Grand Canyon National Park

Loren Bell

Book

Lonely Planet’s Grand Canyon National Park is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Go rafting on the Colorado River, explore the Grand Canyon by bike or view it from above...

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The rough guide to the Netherlands  by Magdalena Helsztyńska-Stadnik

The rough guide to the Netherlands

Magdalena Helsztyńska-Stadnik

Book

Discover the Netherlands with this comprehensive, entertaining, 'tell it like it is' Rough Guide, packed with exhaustive practical information and our experts' honest independent recommendations. Whether you plan to immerse yourself in Amsterdam's ar...

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Explore Singapore  by Amy Van

Explore Singapore

Amy Van

Book

Experience the best of Singapore with this indispensably practical Insight Guides Explore book. From making sure you don't miss out on must-see attractions like Gardens by the Bay to discovering hidden gems, including the Chinatown Food Street, the.....

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Lost in Florence  by Nardia Plumridge

Lost in Florence

Nardia Plumridge

Book

Go beyond the facade of the palazzi and take a turn down the cobblestone side streets of Florence to discover vintage stores housing designer names, restaurants offering farm-to-table dishes and boutique hotels in 16th-century buildings. Lost in Florence...

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The empire and the five kings  by Bernard-Henri Lévy

The empire and the five kings

Bernard-Henri Lévy

Book

The Empire and the Five Kings is a cri de coeur that draws upon lessons from history and the eternal touchstones of human culture to reveal the stakes facing the West as America retreats from its leadership role, a process that did not begin with Don...

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Neighborhood  by Emily Talen

Neighborhood

Emily Talen

Book

In an effort to make neighborhoods compatible with 21st century ideals, Talen has produced a singular resource for understanding what is meant by neighborhood--a multi-dimensional, comprehensive view of what neighborhoods signify, how they're idealized...

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Zealot  by Jo Thornely

Zealot

Jo Thornely

Book

People are drawn to cults for a number of reasons, but commonly they attract people whose current religion or lifestyle is lacking - it's too restrictive, it's not restrictive and holy enough, it doesn't seem to offer solutions for a chaotic and dang...

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When the dogs don't bark  by Angela Gallop

When the dogs don't bark

Angela Gallop

Book

The compelling memoir from the UK's most eminent forensic scientist and some of the most fascinating criminal investigations she has worked on. 'The dead keep many secrets. Sometimes they are the only witness to a crime. But ask the right questions, and...

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The infographic guide for entrepreneurs  by Carissa Lytle

The infographic guide for entrepreneurs

Carissa Lytle

Book

Everything you need to know about starting your own independent business—and earning big—through easy-to-understand infographics. Start your dream business, optimize your freelancing, and max out your earnings with this graphic guide to everything you...

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Doomsday cults  by Jonathan J. Moore

Doomsday cults

Jonathan J. Moore

Book

Doomsday Cults: death, destruction and despair shows how different people throughout the ages used the Biblical texts as the fount of their philosophy. Rather than leading to peace and redemption, their interpretations led to death, destruction and d...

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Life with a capital L  by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence

Life with a capital L

D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence

Book

For D. H. Lawrence the novel was the pinnacle, 'the one bright book of life', yet his non-fiction shows him at his most freewheeling and playful. This is a selection of his brilliantly varied essays, on subjects including art, morality, obscenity, so...

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Mouth full of blood  by Toni Morrison

Mouth full of blood

Toni Morrison

Book

A vital new non-fiction collection from one of the most celebrated and revered writers of our time 'Word-work is sublime, she thinks, because it is generative; it makes meaning that secures our difference, our human difference-the way in which we are...

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Time song  by Julia Blackburn

Time song

Julia Blackburn

Book

Julia Blackburn has always collected things that hold stories about the past, especially the very distant past - mammoth bones, little shells that happen to be two million years old, a flint shaped as a weapon long ago. Time Song brings many such sto...

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Possible minds

Possible minds

Book

Science world luminary John Brockman assembles twenty-five of the most important scientific minds, people who have been thinking about the field artificial intelligence for most of their careers, for an unparalleled round-table examination about mind...

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Thirty thousand bottles of wine and a pig called Helga  by Todd Alexander

Thirty thousand bottles of wine and a pig called Helga

Todd Alexander

Book

Once I was the poster boy for corporate success, but now I'm crashing through the bush in a storm in search of a missing pig. How the hell did we end up here? Todd and Jeff have had enough of the city. Sick of the daily grind and workaday corporate.....

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Unlike the heart  by Nicola Redhouse

Unlike the heart

Nicola Redhouse

Book

Investigating the difference between the brain and the mind, this is a thoughtful, reflective, and intelligent examination of psychology, neuroscience and psychoanalysis that cleverly combines the analytical with the personal. What is a mind? How can...

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David Morgan  by Oliver Brown

David Morgan

Oliver Brown

Book

While most might imagine David Morgan AO to have a conservative economic background, the truth is far more exotic. Prior to becoming the CEO of a global top-20 bank, he overcame the scars of his father's bankruptcy, starred alongside Olivia Newton-John...

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The rough guide to Amsterdam  by Maciej Zglinicki

The rough guide to Amsterdam

Maciej Zglinicki

Book

Discover Amsterdam with this comprehensive, entertaining, 'tell it like it is' Rough Guide, packed with exhaustive practical information and our experts' honest independent recommendations. Whether you plan to explore the Museum District, visit the moving...

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How to think about war  by author Thucydides

How to think about war

author Thucydides

Book

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Ancient magic  by Philip Matyszak

Ancient magic

Philip Matyszak

Book

Magic was everywhere in the ancient world. The supernatural abounded, turning flowers into fruit and caterpillars into butterflies. Magic packed a cloud of water vapour with energy enough to destroy a house with one well-aimed thunderbolt. It was eve...

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The map of knowledge  by Violet Moller

The map of knowledge

Violet Moller

Book

This book traces the journey taken by the ideas of three of the greatest scientists of antiquity – Euclid, Galen and Ptolemy – through seven cities and over a thousand years. In it, we follow them from sixth-century Alexandria to ninth-century Baghdad,...

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Beyond words  by Jacqueline Kent

Beyond words

Jacqueline Kent

Book

A moving and powerful memoir of love and loss in the 1980s Australian literary scene. In 1985 Jacqueline Kent was content with her life. She had a satisfying career as a freelance book editor, and was emerging as a writer. Living and working alone, s...

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The battle to do good  by Bob Langert

The battle to do good

Bob Langert

Book

In The Battle to Do Good, former McDonald's executive Bob Langert takes readers on a behind-the-scenes eye witness account of the mega brand's battle to address numerous societal hot-button issues, such as packaging, waste, recycling, obesity, defore...

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The Penguin history of modern China  by Jonathan Fenby

The Penguin history of modern China

Jonathan Fenby

Book

"In 1850, China was the 'sick man of Asia'. Now it is set to become the most powerful nation on earth.The Penguin History of Modern China shows how turbulent that journey has been. For 150 years China has endured as a victim of brutality on an unmatched...

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Cities of the classical world  by Colin McEvedy

Cities of the classical world

Colin McEvedy

Book

"From Alexandria to York, this unique guide shows us the great centres of classical civilization afresh. The book's key feature is 120 specially-drawn maps tracing each city's thoroughfares and defences, monuments and places of worship. Every map is to...

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The woman suffrage cook book

The woman suffrage cook book

Book

This collection of recipes and tips is published almost entirely by women for women. The book was launched to raise funds for the women’s suffrage movement and to communicate that a woman's place at the polls did not replace her place at the home.

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Australian heritage cookbook

Australian heritage cookbook

Book

The Australian Heritage Cookbook deserves a place in every kitchen. Full of delicious, nutritious recipes for every occasion, it will provide satisfaction and challenge for every cook. May this book give enthusiasm, creativity and pleasure to the essential...

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Fit men cook  by Kevin (Health and fitness writer) Curry

Fit men cook

Kevin (Health and fitness writer) C...

Book

We like to be inspired when it comes to food. No one enjoys restrictive meal plans, bland recipes, or eating the same thing every day. Instead of worrying about what to eat and how it’s going to affect our bodies, we should embrace food freedom...

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Windows 10 inside out  by Ed Bott

Windows 10 inside out

Ed Bott

Book

"Microsoft used to release a new version of Windows every three years or so. With Windows 10, that pace has quickened, with new Windows 10 feature updates arriving every six months. That's why, less than three years after the initial release of Windows...

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Statistics 101  by David Borman

Statistics 101

David Borman

Book

From understanding the percentage probability that it will rain later today, to evaluating your risk of a health problem, or the fluctuations in the stock market, statistics impact our lives in a variety of ways, and are vital to a variety of careers...

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Fresh veggie kitchen  by David (Chef) Bailey

Fresh veggie kitchen

David (Chef) Bailey

Book

"David and Charlotte Bailey serve only nutritious wholefoods from their street-food van, Wholefood Heaven, as they tour the country and travel worldwide in search of recipes and inspiration for new and exciting flavours. Their food is informed by the...

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Atomic habits  by James Clear

Atomic habits

James Clear

Book

James Clear, an expert on habit formation, reveals practical strategies that will teach you how to form good habits, break bad ones, and master the tiny behaviors that lead to remarkable results. He draws on proven ideas from biology, psychology, and...

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Love you hard by Abby Maslin

Love you hard

Abby Maslin

eBook

"Abby Maslin shares an inspiring story of resilience and commitment in a deeply affecting new memoir. After her husband suffered a traumatic brain injury, the couple worked together as he recovered--and they learned to love again. When Abby Maslin's ...

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Kosciuszko by Nicholas Dean Brodie

Kosciuszko

Nicholas Dean Brodie

eBook

Australia's highest mountain, Mount Kosciuszko, is a dangerous place. Evan Hayes was an ordinary Australian battler. Hardworking, likable. Laurie Seaman was a world-wise American. Adventurous, affluent. When this athletic pair of cross-country skiers...

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Cat & Nat's momtruths by Catherine Belknap

Cat & Nat's momtruths

Catherine Belknap

eBook

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Period power by Nadya Okamoto

Period power

Nadya Okamoto

eAudiobook

PERIOD founder and Harvard College student Nadya Okamoto offers a manifesto on menstruation and why we can no longer silence those who bleed--and how to engage in youth activism.Throughout history, periods have been hidden from the public. They're ta...

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生于1981  by 汪小菲

生于1981

汪小菲

Book

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Dreyer's English  by Benjamin Dreyer

Dreyer's English

Benjamin Dreyer

Book

Authoritative as it is amusing, this book distills everything Benjamin Dreyer has learned from the hundreds of books he has copyedited, including works by Elizabeth Strout, E. L. Doctorow, and Frank Rich, into a useful guide not just for writers but ...

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Henrik Ibsen  by Ivo de Figueiredo

Henrik Ibsen

Ivo de Figueiredo

Book

Henrik Ibsen (1820-1908) is arguably the most important playwright of the nineteenth century. Globally he remains the most performed playwright after Shakespeare, and Hedda Gabler, A Doll's House, Peer Gynt, and Ghosts are all masterpieces of psychol...

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Women rowing north  by Mary Bray Pipher

Women rowing north

Mary Bray Pipher

Book

Women growing older contend with ageism, misogyny, and loss. Yet as Mary Pipher shows, most older women are deeply happy and filled with gratitude for the gifts of life. Their struggles help them grow into the authentic, empathetic, and wise people they...

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Be fearless  by Jean Case

Be fearless

Jean Case

Book

This book is a call to action for those seeking to live extraordinary lives and bring about transformational change. When National Geographic Chairman Jean Case set out to investigate the core qualities of great change makers, past and present, from ...

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The uninhabitable Earth  by David Wallace-Wells

The uninhabitable Earth

David Wallace-Wells

Book

The signs of climate change are unmistakable even today, but the real transformations have hardly begun. For a generation, we've been taught that warming was a problem of arctic melting and sea levels rising, but in fact it promises to be all-envelop...

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Arabs  by Tim Mackintosh-Smith

Arabs

Tim Mackintosh-Smith

Book

This kaleidoscopic book covers almost 3,000 years of Arab history and shines a light on the footloose Arab peoples and tribes who conquered lands and disseminated their language and culture over vast distances. Tracing this process to the origins of the...

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Memories & recipes from the test kitchen  by Pamela (Food director) Clark

Memories & recipes from the test kitchen

Pamela (Food director) Clark

Book

"Pamela Clark has been associated with the Australian Women's Weekly Test Kitchen for nearly 50 years, teaching generations of Australians how to cook. Known for her love of baking, Pamela takes us on a culinary journey through the decades, sharing h...

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Healthy gut, healthy you  by Michael Ruscio

Healthy gut, healthy you

Michael Ruscio

Book

Thousands of years ago, Hippocrates said that all disease begins in the gut. Scientific research has proven this idea to be true. In Healthy Gut, Healthy You, clinician and researcher Dr. Michael Ruscio shows how modern lifestyle changes and the widespread...

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Japan 1944-45  by Mark Lardas

Japan 1944-45

Mark Lardas

Book

"Japan 1944-45 examines the only time in history that a major war was ended by the use of air power. It shows how the United States used a combination of industrial capability and geography to devastate Japan from the air, and why the Japanese, despite...

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Vietnam  by Max Hastings

Vietnam

Max Hastings

Book

"Vietnam became the Western world’s most divisive modern conflict, precipitating a battlefield humiliation for France in 1954, then a vastly greater one for the United States in 1975. Max Hastings has spent the past three years interviewing scores ...

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Waiting for the last bus  by Richard Holloway

Waiting for the last bus

Richard Holloway

Book

"Where do we go when we die? Or is there nowhere to go? Is death something we can do or is it just something that happens to us? Now in his ninth decade, former Bishop of Edinburgh Richard Holloway has spent a lifetime at the bedsides of the dying, g...

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Lofty  by Ian Fulton

Lofty

Ian Fulton

Book

Australian voice-over artist Lofty Fulton knows what it's like to have the odds stacked against him. Born with achondroplasia, which is a form of dwarfism, his grandmother thought he should be locked away from the world. At school, he suffered years ...

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