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How to build & power tune distributor-type ignition systems  by Des Hammill

How to build & power tune distributor-type ignition systems

Des Hammill

Book

"Expert practical advice from an experienced race engine builder on how to build an ignition system that delivers maximum power reliably. A lot is talked about ignition systems, and there is a bewildering choice of expensive aftermarket parts, which all...

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Talk German. 1  by Judith Matthews

Talk German. 1

Judith Matthews

Kit

"Talk German has already inspired thousands of people to learn German from scratch and find the confidence to give it a go. Whether you're learning for business, travel or just for fun, its straightforward, step-by-step approach will ensure you're soon...

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New Zealand's Hauraki Gulf by David Thatcher

New Zealand's Hauraki Gulf

David Thatcher

Map

"This is a comprehensive, illustrated guide for mariners wanting to cruise in New Zealand's Hauraki Gulf. It has charts and detailed navigational information; also there are anecdotal accounts of the author's experiences cruising with his family and suggestions...

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Cultivating virtue

Cultivating virtue

Book

"How to Master 12 Essential Virtues in 12 Months. On every page Cultivating Virtue imparts the true spirit of the Catholic Faith. This book takes 12 Christian virtues one for each month, with a reading for each day of the year and shows you how to master...

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Achtung baby  by Sara Zaske

Achtung baby

Sara Zaske

Book

"When Sara Zaske moved from Oregon to Berlin with her husband and toddler, she knew the transition would be challenging, especially when she became pregnant with her second child. She was surprised to discover that German parents give their children a...

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Gods & thrones  by Carl Gallups

Gods & thrones

Carl Gallups

Book

"Have you ever wondered what in the world is wrong with of us? Don't worry, you really are seeing what you think you see! And billions around the planet share the same concerns. Is it that the world is truly falling apart, or is it that everything is...

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Extreme caregiving  by Lisa Freitag

Extreme caregiving

Lisa Freitag

Book

"Parents who care for children with special needs, particularly those whose children have multiple disabilities or intellectual delays, are pioneers in home health care and caregiving, yet their experience and expertise are rarely recognized. This book...

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Health trackers  by Richard MacManus

Health trackers

Richard MacManus

Book

"New consumer technology is empowering us to take control of our day-to-day health. Leading tech writer Richard MacManus looks at what is out there now and what is in development, and what this might mean for our health in the future. Health Trackers...

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War in 140 characters  by David Patrikarakos

War in 140 characters

David Patrikarakos

Book

"Journalist David Patrikarakos has reported on war zones from the Congo to Ukraine. Yet, it has become increasingly apparent that simultaneous battles are now being waged on social media platforms-- and this virtual warfare is only gaining in importance,...

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$tatin nation  by Justin Smith

$tatin nation

Justin Smith

Book

"Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide, and for decades conventional health authorities have pushed that the culprits are fat and cholesterol clogging up coronary arteries. Consequently, lowering cholesterol has become a hugely lucrative...

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Frontline Turkey  by Ezgi Başaran

Frontline Turkey

Ezgi Başaran

Book

Turkey is on the front line of the war which is consuming Syria and the Middle East. Its role is complicated by the long-running conflict with the Kurds on the Syrian border - a war that has killed as many as 80,000 people over the last three decades....

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SAS  by Anthony Middleton

SAS

Anthony Middleton

Book

Life and leadership lessons from the Special Forces, accompanying the Channel 4 series SAS: Who Dares Wins. Are you up to the challenge of SAS leadership? Only the best will succeed...Britain's SAS (Special Air Service) has an unparalleled reputation...

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Our senses  by Rob DeSalle

Our senses

Rob DeSalle

Book

"A lively and unconventional exploration of our senses, how they work, what is revealed when they don't, and how they connect us to the world. Over the past decade neuroscience has uncovered a wealth of new information about our senses and how they serve...

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I let him go  by Denise Fergus

I let him go

Denise Fergus

Book

"On 12th February 1993, Denise's life changed forever. As she was running errands at New Strand Shopping Centre, she let go of her two-year-old son's hand to take out her purse. Denise never saw her son again. In this extraordinary and heart-wrenching...

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The dawn of Christianity  by Robert C. Knapp

The dawn of Christianity

Robert C. Knapp

Book

Ordinary people of antiquity interacted with the supernatural through a mosaic of beliefs and rituals. Exploring everyday life from 200 BCE to the end of the first century CE, Robert Knapp shows that Jews and polytheists lived with the gods in very similar...

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Train your head & your body will follow  by Sandy Joy Weston

Train your head & your body will follow

Sandy Joy Weston

Book

All it takes is one to three minutes a day to change your body, and your life, for the better. After many years of hands-on research and collaboration with top professors, the author has put together a guidebook and thirty-day journal, written for the...

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A beginner's guide to essential oils  by Hayley Hobson

A beginner's guide to essential oils

Hayley Hobson

Book

Essential oil secrets to wellness and healing: Using essential oils for DIY wellness can be your first step to holistic health and happiness. Homeopathic medicine and herbal remedies are at an all-time peak of popularity .... [Haley] Hobson combines...

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The end of old age  by Marc E. Agronin

The end of old age

Marc E. Agronin

Book

"As one of America's leading geriatric psychiatrists, Dr. Marc Agronin sees both the sickest and the healthiest of seniors. He observes what works to make their lives better and more purposeful and what doesn't. Many authors can talk about aging from...

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The fracking debate  by Daniel Raimi

The fracking debate

Daniel Raimi

Book

Over roughly the past decade, oil and gas production in the United States has surged dramatically-thanks largely to technological advances such as high-volume hydraulic fracturing, more commonly known as "fracking." This rapid increase has generated widespread...

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Martin Luther's theology of beauty  by Mark C. Mattes

Martin Luther's theology of beauty

Mark C. Mattes

Book

Many contemporary theologians seek to retrieve the concept of beauty as a way for people to encounter God. In this volume, one of today's leading Lutheran theologians argues that while Martin Luther's view of beauty has often been ignored or underappreciated,...

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Rats, lice, and history  by Hans Zinsser

Rats, lice, and history

Hans Zinsser

Book

"Both shocking and entertaining, this masterpiece of popular science writing tells the tragic story of the struggle between humanity and its humble but deadly enemies, the organisms of disease. Zinsser shows how infectious disease simply represented an...

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Wool  by Peggy Hart

Wool

Peggy Hart

Book

"Keeping people warm for four centuries, wool has been an essential commodity from colonial times to the present. This book tells wool's colorful and surprisingly epic tale and how it has impacted millions of lives from immigrants, slaves, Native Americans,...

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Personalizing precision medicine  by Kristin Ciriello Pothier

Personalizing precision medicine

Kristin Ciriello Pothier

Book

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How to live in the woods on pennies a day  by Bradford Angier

How to live in the woods on pennies a day

Bradford Angier

Book

"Bradford Angier did it, and now shows how anyone--even today--can find free or cheap land, build a home, find food, preserve it, keep warm, find employment, and even get a mail-order education out where the land is beautiful, game and fish abound, and...

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Instant wisdom for GPs

Instant wisdom for GPs

Book

"This essential guide for GPs distils years of knowledge, experience, and key evidence into 25 easy-to-read chapters, each one covering a different speciality. Every consultant has pearls of wisdom they wish they could share with GPs: knowledge they have...

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Enlightenment now  by Steven Pinker

Enlightenment now

Steven Pinker

Book

The follow-up to Pinker's groundbreaking The Better Angels of Our Nature presents the big picture of human progress: people are living longer, healthier, freer, and happier lives, and while our problems are formidable, the solutions lie in the Enlightenment...

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The occult Renaissance Church of Rome  by Michael A. Hoffman

The occult Renaissance Church of Rome

Michael A. Hoffman

Book

Revisionist historian Michael Hoffman penetrates the sub-strata of the Roman Church after it had departed from fourteen hundred years of Catholic orthodoxy and embraced institutionalized equivocation and deceit, usurious money power and diabolic occultism....

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Quacks, rogues and charlatans  by Paul Strathern

Quacks, rogues and charlatans

Paul Strathern

Book

"The Royal College of Physicians celebrates its 500th anniversary in 2018, and to observe this landmark is publishing this series of ten books. Each of the books focuses on fifty themed elements that have contributed to making the RCP what it is today,...

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Finding grace in the face of dementia  by John Dunlop

Finding grace in the face of dementia

John Dunlop

Book

A biblical foundation fuels a Christian response that both honors the patient and glorifies God. Drawing on years of professional experience working with Alzheimer's patients, Dunlop shows how caregiving should be based on the fact that all people are...

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Love Parisienne  by Florence Besson

Love Parisienne

Florence Besson

Book

"From the world's most romantic city comes this enchanting guide to passion and love. Three chic Parisian women share their secrets for every stage of romance, from fleeting flirtations to the beginning of a relationship to partnerships that last a lifetime....

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Massey Ferguson tractors  by Jonathan Whitlam

Massey Ferguson tractors

Jonathan Whitlam

Book

"Massey Ferguson Tractors takes up the story of Massey Ferguson tractors from 1957, after the merger of Massey-Harris and Ferguson, when the red-and-grey colour scheme was used for the first time. The author describes the early models that were to establish...

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Prohibition  by W. J. Rorabaugh

Prohibition

W. J. Rorabaugh

Book

"From 1920 to 1933 Americans were generally barred from making, transporting, or selling alcoholic beverages. While this attempt to impose prohibition did not last long, drinking habits did change dramatically. In this elegant and accessible introduction,...

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Greece in the ancient world  by Jeremy McInerney

Greece in the ancient world

Jeremy McInerney

Book

"This single-author survey combines ... [a] retelling of the history of ancient Greece with an assessment of the relevance of the Greeks today. Drawing upon the latest archaeological research and a wealth of textual evidence, Jeremy McInerney describes...

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Greening death  by Suzanne Kelly

Greening death

Suzanne Kelly

Book

"We once disposed of our dead in earth-friendly ways—no chemicals, biodegradable containers, dust to dust. But over the last 150 years death care has become a toxic, polluting, and alienating industry in the United States. Today, people are slowly waking...

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The Shetland bus  by David Armine Howarth

The Shetland bus

David Armine Howarth

Book

"From the author of We Die Alone, The Shetland Bus recounts the hundreds of crossings of small boats from the Shetland Islands to German-occupied Norway to supply arms to the Resistors and to rescue refugees--all under constant threat by German U-boats...

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Reconnaissance planes since 1945  by Frank Schwede

Reconnaissance planes since 1945

Frank Schwede

Book

"Reconnaissance aircraft have always been the spearhead of the various air forces, helping to provide the basis for any further military operations. At the time of the Cold War and before the satellite era, the use of reconnaissance aircraft reached its...

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The Princess Royal Pacifics  by Tim Hillier-Graves

The Princess Royal Pacifics

Tim Hillier-Graves

Book

"When Stanier joined the LMS in 1932, as their CME, he was expected to breathe new life into this ailing giant. Since its formation it had steadily lost ground to its main rival, the LNER. In Doncaster, Nigel Gresley and his team, with an eye to advancing...

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Hungarian uprising  by L. Archard

Hungarian uprising

L. Archard

Book

"Soviet troops had occupied Hungary in 1945 as they pushed towards Germany and by 1949 the country was ruled by a communist government that towed the Soviet line. Resentment at the system eventually boiled over at the end of October 1956. Protests erupted...

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Rise and kill first  by Ronen Bergman

Rise and kill first

Ronen Bergman

Book

"The Talmud says: "If someone comes to kill you, rise up and kill him first." This instinct to take every measure, even the most aggressive, to defend the Jewish people is hardwired into Israel's DNA. From the very beginning of its statehood in 1948,...

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The forgotten VCs  by Brian Best

The forgotten VCs

Brian Best

Book

Fought amid the most challenging terrain of any theatre during the Second World War, the campaign in the Far East saw heroic actions against the unyielding Japanese that resulted in the awarding of more than forty Victoria Crosses - greater than a fifth...

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Te Papa  by Conal McCarthy

Te Papa

Conal McCarthy

Book

"Published to mark 20 years since the landmark opening of Te Papa on 1998, this book by well-known museum studies academic Conal McCarthy examines the vision behind the museum, how it has evolved in the last two decades, and the particular way Te Papa...

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The sultans  by Jem Duducu

The sultans

Jem Duducu

Book

"A history spanning 600 years - an epic story of a dynasty that started as a small group of cavalry mercenaries to become the absolute rulers of the greatest and longest-lasting Islamic empire. Focusing on the lives and achievements of the Sultans themselves,...

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This narrow space  by Elisha Waldman

This narrow space

Elisha Waldman

Book

"A memoir both bittersweet and inspiring by an American pediatric oncologist who spent seven years in Jerusalem taking care of Israeli and Palestinian children with one tragic thing in common--a diagnosis of pediatric cancer. In 2007, Elisha Waldman,...

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The spinning magnet  by Alanna Mitchell

The spinning magnet

Alanna Mitchell

Book

A cataclysmic planetary phenomenon is gathering force deep within the Earth. The magnetic North Pole will eventually trade places with the South Pole. Satellite evidence suggests to some scientists that the move has already begun, but most still think...

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Bliss more  by Light Watkins

Bliss more

Light Watkins

Book

A meditation practitioner and trainer clears up myths and misunderstandings about meditation and offers tips, tricks and hacks to help beginners learn how to get started in an effort to improve health, patience, stress levels, mental acuity and happi...

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The longevity code  by Kris Verburgh

The longevity code

Kris Verburgh

Book

"We all know that we age—but do you know exactly how, and why? And do you wonder what you can do—whatever your age—to slow the process so you can live well, for longer? This book comprehensively answers these questions. Medical doctor and polymath scientist...

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Peter the Great humbled  by Nicholas Dorrell

Peter the Great humbled

Nicholas Dorrell

Book

"In 1711 Peter the Great, Tsar of Russia, led a large army of veterans from Poltara and his other Great Northern War victories into the Balkans. He aimed to humble the Ottomans in the same way he had the Swedes a few years before. Victory would secure...

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Reinvention  by Brian Tracy

Reinvention

Brian Tracy

Book

"In Reinvention, Brian Tracy reveals how every one of us is engineered for success, and with the right focus, can re-make ourselves and put an end to the chronic stress, unhappyness, and dissatisfaction we might feel in our careers and lives. This unique,...

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The wretched of the earth  by Frantz Fanon

The wretched of the earth

Frantz Fanon

Book

"Frantz Fanon was one of the twentieth century's most important theorists of revolution, colonialism, and racial difference, and this, his masterwork, is a classic alongside Orientalism and The Autobiography of Malcolm X. The Wretched of the Earth is...

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Learn to crochet granny squares & flower motifs  by Nicki Trench

Learn to crochet granny squares & flower motifs

Nicki Trench

Book

"Granny squares are the perfect crochet project for beginners. They are easy to learn and quick to complete. With full instructions for all the techniques you will need at the start, followed by 25 lovely patterns to put your newly-learned skills to use,...

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Welcome baby  by Durene Jones

Welcome baby

Durene Jones

Book

"Welcome Baby is a book of irresistible patterns to help you celebrate your very special new arrival. The book is packed with exciting new projects in a variety of sizes which can be used individually to make charming gifts and cards, or combined to make...

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No wall too high  by Hongci Xu

No wall too high

Hongci Xu

Book

"Xu Hongci's remarkable memoir recounts his life from childhood through his final prison break. After discovering his story in a Hong Kong library, the journalist Erling Hoh tracked down the original manuscript and complied this condensed translation,...

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The gift of silence  by Kankyo Tannier

The gift of silence

Kankyo Tannier

Book

"Do you struggle to find peace and quiet? Do you yearn to disconnect, find an escape, slow down and just breathe? Are you overwhelmed by modern life?The simple solution lies in this book. Rooted in the ancient Zen philosophies that ground her work, French...

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German U-boat ace Heinrich Lehmann-Willenbrock  by Luc Braeuer

German U-boat ace Heinrich Lehmann-Willenbrock

Luc Braeuer

Book

"With the international success of the classic film Das Boot, U-96 is arguably the most famous of all German U-boats. Here is the true story of U-96, and its legendary commander Heinrich Lehmann-Willenbrock. In continuous combat from September 1940 to...

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The M1 Abrams tank  by Christian DeJohn

The M1 Abrams tank

Christian DeJohn

Book

"Since the 1980s, the American M1 Abrams series of tanks has been widely regarded as among the finest main battle tanks in the world. This volume is a concise look at the background, development, and Army and Marine operational history of the Abrams from...

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Hortus Mirabilis

Hortus Mirabilis

Book

This beautifully illustrated book captures the wonders of Padua's centuries-old botanical garden, revealing the artistic and architectural features of the complex along with its fabulous collection of plants, some medicinal, some spectacular, and others...

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Much ado about nothing  by John Crace

Much ado about nothing

John Crace

Book

"To celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, this is the third of a new collection of the Bard's greatest plays, digested to a few thousand words with invaluable side notes from John Sutherland. Funny and incredibly clever, these parodies...

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Hamlet  by John Crace

Hamlet

John Crace

Book

"To celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, this is the fourth of a new collection of the Bard's greatest plays, digested to a few thousand words with invaluable side notes from John Sutherland. Funny and incredibly clever, these parodies...

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How to fight loneliness  by Neil LaBute

How to fight loneliness

Neil LaBute

Book

"Brad and Jodie need Tate to do them a favor. A really big favor. Brad is married to Jodie. Jodie went to school with Tate. Tate doesn't trust Brad. Brad and Jodie are at a life-changing crossroads and struggling to make a monumental decision about their...

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Born to box  by Alex Daley

Born to box

Alex Daley

Book

"Nipper Pat Daly was boxing's most amazing prodigy. Extraordinary but tragic, his was a career like no other in sports history. Born in Wales in 1913, he became a professional boxer at age ten after moving to London. With his exceptional talent, by age...

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Walking in the rain

Walking in the rain

Book

"Getting lost and feeling found... "I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in." John Muir, John of the Mountains Walking is medicine for the mind. It helps us slow down and think...

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Captives of war  by Claire Makepeace

Captives of war

Claire Makepeace

Book

"Signalman Andrew Makepeace, my grandfather, was taken prisoner, along with more than 10,000 other men in the 51st Highland Division, at St Valéry-en-Caux on 12 June 1940. It was often said in our household that a veteran's silence on the war was a direct...

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The book of self-care  by Mary Beth Janssen

The book of self-care

Mary Beth Janssen

Book

Real wellness isn't just the absence of injury or illness. Janssen shares a consciousness- and compassion- based system for navigating wholeness in mind, body, and soul. This whole-body approach is the start of a vital, fulfilled life.

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Testo junkie  by Paul B. Preciado

Testo junkie

Paul B. Preciado

Book

"What constitutes a "real" man or woman in the twenty-first century? Since birth control pills, erectile dysfunction remedies, and factory-made testosterone and estrogen were developed, biology is definitely no longer destiny. In this penetrating analysis...

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The miracle of regenerative medicine  by Elisa Lottor

The miracle of regenerative medicine

Elisa Lottor

Book

"Turn on the body's self-healing abilities, prevent illness before it starts, and reverse the aging process. Explains how to activate the body's regenerative abilities and combat inflammation through diet, supplements, detox, herbs, exercise, energy medicine,...

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Against the grain  by James C. Scott

Against the grain

James C. Scott

Book

An account of all the new and surprising evidence now available for the beginnings of the earliest civilizations that contradict the standard narrative. Why did humans abandon hunting and gathering for sedentary communities dependent on livestock and...

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Sacred herbs  by Opal Streisand

Sacred herbs

Opal Streisand

Book

"Learn how to harness the magical healing power of plants. Discover what herbs are capable of and how to use them to enhance your health and well-being"--Back cover.

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Spoilt rotten  by Theodore Dalrymple

Spoilt rotten

Theodore Dalrymple

Book

"In this perceptive and witty book, former Birmingham prison doctor and psychiatrist Theodore Dalrymple unmasks the hidden sentimentality that is suffocating public life. Under the multiple guises of raising children well, caring for the underprivileged,...

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Postpartum depression and anxiety  by Sonya Watson

Postpartum depression and anxiety

Sonya Watson

Book

"From the heart and soul of Sonya Watson, comes the heart-breaking journey of how she learnt to love her child. Combined with the expert insight of the compassionate and talented psychologist; Dr Kathryn Whitehead, this book is divided into two helpful...

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On the shoulders of heretics  by Joseph Leonard Fone

On the shoulders of heretics

Joseph Leonard Fone

Book

"On the shoulders of heretics by Joe Fone is a whistle stop tour through the collision between orthodox science and the challengers of recent times, most notably Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky, the controversial scientist who went head-to-head with the scientific...

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Psychopolitics  by Byung-Chul Han

Psychopolitics

Byung-Chul Han

Book

"Byung-Chul Han, a star of German philosophy, continues his passionate critique of neoliberalism, trenchantly describing a regime of technological domination that, in contrast to Foucault’s biopower, has discovered the productive force of the psyche....

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The art of the perfect sauce  by Lorilynn Bauer

The art of the perfect sauce

Lorilynn Bauer

Book

"Lorilynn Bauer and Ramin Ganeshram will show you the key to memorable and delicious dishes - a quality sauce or spread with harmonious flavors; this extra, relatively simple component brings a whole new dimension to a dish. From just one base recipe,...

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Montessori  by Angeline Stoll Lillard

Montessori

Angeline Stoll Lillard

Book

"Traditional American schooling is in constant crisis because it is based on two poor models for children's learning: the school as a factory and the child as a blank slate. School reforms repeatedly fail by not penetrating these models. One hundred years...

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Beyond the self  by Matthieu Ricard

Beyond the self

Matthieu Ricard

Book

"Buddhism shares with science the task of examining the mind empirically; it has pursued, for two millennia, direct investigation of the mind through penetrating introspection. Neuroscience, on the other hand, relies on third-person knowledge in the form...

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Serial killers  by Brian Innes

Serial killers

Brian Innes

Book

Serial Killers are the most notorious and disturbing of all criminals, representing the very darkest side of humanity. Yet they endlessy fascinate and continue to capture the public's attention with their strange charisma and deadly deeds. From Jack the...

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Let's move on  by Vicente Fox Quesada

Let's move on

Vicente Fox Quesada

Book

Vicente Fox offers his unique viewpoint as a former head of state, avid historian, and true admirer of America's constitutional ideals. He knows where a Trump presidency can lead - and it is nowhere good. Let's Move On is a political manifesto written...

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Billionaire democracy  by George R. Tyler

Billionaire democracy

George R. Tyler

Book

"This isn't your America. No matter who the president is. We're told that when we vote, when we elect representatives, we're gaining a voice in government and the policies it implements. But if that's true, why don't American politics actually translate...

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Smoketown  by Mark Whitaker

Smoketown

Mark Whitaker

Book

"The other great Renaissance of black culture, influence, and glamour burst forth joyfully in what may seem an unlikely place—Pittsburgh, PA—from the 1920s through the 1950s. Today black Pittsburgh is known as the setting for August Wilson’s famed plays...

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Teach yourself how to learn  by Saundra Yancy McGuire

Teach yourself how to learn

Saundra Yancy McGuire

Book

"Following up on her acclaimed Teach Students How to Learn, that describes teaching strategies to facilitate dramatic improvements in student learning and success, Saundra McGuire here presents these secrets direct to students.Her message is that Any...

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The crowd pleasers  by Pete Fusco

The crowd pleasers

Pete Fusco

Book

"In the early days of aviation, all flights were airshows. Spectators gathered whenever a new flying machine attempted to leave the ground - the trick was to get them to pay. Takeoffs and landings did not sell tickets but people lined up, money in hand,...

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How to garden when you're new to gardening

How to garden when you're new to gardening

Book

"Let the RHS guide you through the surprisingly simple steps to creating a garden you can enjoy with your friends, and even show off to them.Are you surrounded by weeds? Is your lawn forlorn? Are the bushes deceased? Fear not! How To Garden When You're...

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8 well-known original pieces  by Joseph Haydn

8 well-known original pieces

Joseph Haydn

Printed music

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15-minute German

15-minute German

Book

Learn German in just 15 minutes a day with this revolutionary language learning system, now with an accompanying free app that is available in the App Store and Google Play.Practicing your language skills is quick, easy, and fun with 15-Minute German....

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Liberators over the Atlantic  by Jack Colman

Liberators over the Atlantic

Jack Colman

Book

"[This book] is an informative and personal account of a young man's flying experiences during the Second World War. Growing up in York, Jack Colman achieved his long-held desire to become a pilot by joing the RAF in October 1940, just after his twenty-first...

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Escape artist  by William Noguera

Escape artist

William Noguera

Book

"William A. Noguera has spent thirty-four years at the notorious San Quentin Prison, home to the nation's largest and deadliest [Death Row]. ... {here], Noguera describes his personal growth as a man and artist and shares his insights into daily life...

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No more mean girls  by Katie Hurley

No more mean girls

Katie Hurley

Book

Once upon a time, mean girls primarily existed in high school, while elementary school-aged girls spent hours at play and enjoyed friendships without much drama. But in this fast-paced world in which young girls are exposed to negative behaviors on TV...

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Beyond the mat  by Julie Rosenberg

Beyond the mat

Julie Rosenberg

Book

"Practicing yoga is an extremely popular way to get fit, but its underlying philosophy can offer so much more to focus the mind and help you to discover untapped personal power. In Beyond the Mat, business leader, physician, and certified yoga instructor...

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Cherish  by Anne Shooter

Cherish

Anne Shooter

Book

"The recipes in Cherish are the food that Anne Shooter cooks for her family - the cookbook that her daughters wanted her to write. Full of love and generosity, the recipes are a delicious array of flavours from the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Jerusalem....

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