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Speak your truth by Fearne Cotton

Speak your truth

Fearne Cotton

eAudiobook

Fearne Cotton's voice is familiar to millions, whether that's through television, radio or on her hugely successful Happy Place podcast. Her voice is her career, her livelihood and the way she communicates with her audience and her loved ones. So, wh...

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Coming home  by Joy Cowley

Coming home

Joy Cowley

Book

"A book does not come from one person, but from the multitude that creates the author's experiences. For this book, specific gratitude goes to two friends - Vera Egermayer for her sensitive photography and to Fr. James Lyons for his editorial skills,...

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Stadt der Frauen  by Silvie Aigner

Stadt der Frauen

Silvie Aigner

Book

Although overshadowed by their male colleagues, many important women artists carved out successful careers in early 20th-century Vienna. They exhibited across Europe and their work was acquired by royal, state, and private collectors. Their names, however,...

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Valuing your house = ping gu nin de fang wu  by Pengfei Li

Valuing your house = ping gu nin de fang wu

Pengfei Li

Book

Covers four main methods of house valuation, valuation of houses of leasehold land and apartments in the city centre and the valuation of old houses in established suburbs. Also includes chapter from the Neurological Foundation on the impact of stress...

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Magnolia = Mu lan  by Nina. author. Powles

Magnolia = Mu lan

Nina. author. Powles

Book

Shanghai, Aotearoa, Malaysia, London-all are places poet Nina Powles calls home and not-home; from each she can be homesick for another. A gorgeous bittersweet longing and hunger runs through the poems in this new collection from one of our most exci...

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Cataclysms  by Laurent Testot

Cataclysms

Laurent Testot

Book

To an extent undreamed of by any other species, the human race has changed this planet forever. In Cataclysms, Laurent Testot surveys the long history of human influence on Earth and finds that mass extinctions, deforestation, global warming, ocean.....

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Real Vietnamese cooking  by Yumiko Adachi

Real Vietnamese cooking

Yumiko Adachi

Book

Real Vietnamese Cooking gathers the collective culinary wisdom of three intrepid food explorers who spent years training with Vietnam's best chefs while scouring the countryside in search of tastes few foreigners experience. It introduces readers to ...

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Beyond entrepreneurship 2.0  by James C. (James Charles) Collins

Beyond entrepreneurship 2.0

James C. (James Charles) Collins

Book

Beyond Entrepreneurship 2.0, Collins re-shares the timeless insights in Beyond Entrepreneurship alongside new perspectives gleaned after decades of additional research into what makes great companies tick. In Beyond Entrepreneurship 2.0, you'll learn...

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The good ancestor  by Roman Krznaric

The good ancestor

Roman Krznaric

Book

This book is a call to save ourselves and our planet by targeting the root of our inaction: extreme short-sightedness. It outlines six practical ways we can retrain our brains to save our future and create a "time rebellion"-shifting our allegiance from...

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The puzzle solver  by Tracie White

The puzzle solver

Tracie White

Book

For the past six years, Whitney Dafoe has been confined to a bedroom in the back of his parents' home, unable to walk, to eat, to speak. The sound of music causes him pain. At one point, the formerly healthy, young, freelance photographer, faced starvation...

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Vegetarian hassle free, gluten free  by Jane Devonshire

Vegetarian hassle free, gluten free

Jane Devonshire

Book

This is the food that Jane cooks at home - stress free with easily available ingredients. Food that families can enjoy, and packed full of recipes which can be on the table for quick for mid-week dinners (as well as those that show your inner masterc...

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Burnout's a b*tch!  by Rosie Millen

Burnout's a b*tch!

Rosie Millen

Book

This guide to overcoming burnout, is inspired by Rosie Millen's personal journey after she collapsed in the park one day and, with poor information and misdiagnosis, remained in bed for close to three years. Now 100% recovered, she coaches thousands of...

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Dog is love  by Clive D. L. Wynne

Dog is love

Clive D. L. Wynne

Book

What makes dogs truly special? Why does our relationship with them feel so much more deep and intense than with other animals? Any dog owner knows that the bond with their dog is unique. The unparalleled loyalty and total devotion of a dog seems the stuff...

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Gambling with Armageddon  by Martin J. Sherwin

Gambling with Armageddon

Martin J. Sherwin

Book

Sherwin sets the Cuban Missile Crisis, with its potential for nuclear holocaust, in a wider historical narrative of the Cold War: how such a crisis arose, and why at the very last possible moment it didn't happen. He gives us a riveting explanation of...

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The joy of dahlias  by Katja Staring

The joy of dahlias

Katja Staring

Book

The dahlia, a flower that was once thought of as old-fashioned, has surged in popularity over the past few years due to the development of new varieties and an uptick in appreciation from Royals and celebrities. They appear in a broad spectrum of bea...

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Reaganland  by Rick Perlstein

Reaganland

Rick Perlstein

Book

Connects the activities and influence of today's conservative movements to a deliberate shift toward right-wing policies that began during the Carter administration and led to the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980.

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The fall of a sparrow  by Ann Pasternak Slater

The fall of a sparrow

Ann Pasternak Slater

Book

The first biographical account of T. S. Eliot's first wife Vivien to be presented alongside her original writings. The Fall of a Sparrow is a groundbreaking new biography of Vivien Eliot, comprising two sections: her Life and her Papers. Based on a r...

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Untamed  by Glennon Doyle

Untamed

Glennon Doyle

Book

There is a voice of longing inside every woman. We strive so mightily to be good: good mothers, daughters, partners, employees, citizens, and friends. We believe all this striving will make us feel alive. Instead, it leaves us feeling weary, stuck,.....

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Drawing cute manga chibi  by Ryusuke Hamamoto

Drawing cute manga chibi

Ryusuke Hamamoto

Book

Drawing Cute Manga Chibi walks you through the steps needed to draw these adorable characters, while sidebars offer expert tips, pointers on the pitfalls to avoid, and how to use details to bring your drawings to life.

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Vegan holiday cookbook  by Katie Culpin

Vegan holiday cookbook

Katie Culpin

Book

Are you vegan-and do you dread Thanksgiving because your family insists on a traditional turkey? Or are you a nonvegan family member welcoming everyone home for the Christmas holidays-and you're scratching your head over what to cook for your newly vegan...

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Breath from salt  by Bijal P. Trivedi

Breath from salt

Bijal P. Trivedi

Book

Science writer Bijal P. Trivedi gives a comprehensive look at cystic fibrosis, from its late 1930s discovery to the recent development of breakthrough treatments for 90% of patients, and the way treatments for the previously fatal disease are opening...

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Fender Telecaster & Stratocaster  by Dave Hunter

Fender Telecaster & Stratocaster

Dave Hunter

Book

The Fender Telecaster, created in Les Fenders Fullerton, California, workshop and introduced in 1950, is a working-class hero and the ultimate blue-collar guitar. It wasn't meant to be elegant, pretty, or sophisticated. Designed to be a utilitarian m...

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Podcasting  by Tee Morris

Podcasting

Tee Morris

Book

How to talk your way to the top. As more and more people turn to podcasts for entertainment, information, and education, the market for new players has never been bigger or more competitive. And with corporations and A-list celebs moving in on the action,...

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The lost art of dying  by Lydia S. Dugdale

The lost art of dying

Lydia S. Dugdale

Book

Far too many of us die poorly, she argues. Our culture has overly medicalized death: dying is often institutional and sterile, prolonged by unnecessary resuscitations and other intrusive interventions. We are not going gently into that good night--our...

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The quiet Americans  by Scott Anderson

The quiet Americans

Scott Anderson

Book

At the end of World War II, the United States dominated the world militarily, economically, and in moral standing--seen as the victor over tyranny and a champion of freedom. But it was clear--to some--that the Soviet Union was already executing a plan...

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Dearly  by Margaret Atwood

Dearly

Margaret Atwood

Book

By turns moving, playful and wise, the poems gathered in Dearly are about absences and endings, ageing and retrospection, but also about gifts and renewals. They explore bodies and minds in transition, as well as the everyday objects and rituals that...

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Collins world atlas

Collins world atlas

Book

This Collins world atlas presents a complete view of the world, bringing it to life through innovative maps, stunning images and detailed content. It offers an exciting perspective on how the planet is made up, how it looks and how it works.

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A toolkit for modern life  by Emma Hepburn

A toolkit for modern life

Emma Hepburn

Book

A warm, wise and practical book of mental wellbeing techniques and exercises that everyone should read. In this warm, wise book, clinical psychologist Dr Emma Hepburn (Instagram's @thepsychologymum) introduces her proven and practical tools for taking...

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Parting words  by Benjamin B. Ferencz

Parting words

Benjamin B. Ferencz

Book

What a century of life experience can teach us about happiness, ambition, courage, love and how to make the most of the lives we've been given. How many people do you know grew up as a poor immigrant in America during the Great Depression, won a scholarship...

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Just ignore him  by Alan Davies

Just ignore him

Alan Davies

Book

A new memoir from the brilliant comedian, actor and broadcaster Alan Davies, star of QI and JONATHAN CREEK. The story of a life built on sand. In the rain. In this compelling memoir, comedian and actor Alan Davies recalls his boyhood with vivid insight...

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Scandi rustic  by Rebecca Lawson

Scandi rustic

Rebecca Lawson

Book

Award-winning bloggers and instagrammers Reena Simon and Rebecca Lawson are renowned for their love affair with all things Scandi. In their first book, Scandi Rustic Style, they reveal how to create a home that takes elements of Scandinavian design a...

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The meaning of Mariah Carey  by Mariah Carey

The meaning of Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey

Book

It took me a lifetime to have the courage and the clarity to write my memoir. I want to tell the story of the moments - the ups and downs, the triumphs and traumas, the debacles and the dreams, that contributed to the person I am today. Though there have...

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The 99% invisible city  by Roman Mars

The 99% invisible city

Roman Mars

Book

99% Invisible is a big-ideas podcast about small-seeming things, revealing stories baked into the buildings we inhabit, the streets we drive, and the sidewalks we traverse. The show celebrates design and architecture in all of its functional glory an...

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Sewing animal dolls  by Tina O'Rourke

Sewing animal dolls

Tina O'Rourke

Book

Learn how to make Daisy Dog, her best friends Rosie Rabbit, the twins Betty and Ben Bear and Daisy's beret wearing puppy Mimi. Each character has their own complete wardrobe for all of their adventures together, from playing dress up to long summer p...

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Recipes that work  by Patrick Drake

Recipes that work

Patrick Drake

Book

The all-time 100 most popular recipes and techniques from the HelloFresh recipe library, complete with easy-to-follow, step-by-step photographs and instructions. Tested by millions of HelloFresh customers worldwide, this truly is a collection of Recipes...

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Coconut & sambal  by Lara Lee

Coconut & sambal

Lara Lee

Book

Beyond Indonesia's lush rainforests, tropical seas and abundant rice fields lies a country not often seen by visitors. It is one of bustling local markets, lively street food stalls, colourful shops and houses and generous community spirit. From these...

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Cook, eat, repeat  by Nigella Lawson

Cook, eat, repeat

Nigella Lawson

Book

Cook, Eat, Repeat is a delicious and delightful combination of recipes intertwined with narrative essays about food, all written in Nigella's engaging and insightful prose. Whether asking 'What is a Recipe?' or declaring death to the Guilty Pleasure,...

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How we live now  by Rebecca Winward

How we live now

Rebecca Winward

Book

How We Live Now is an inspiring guide to making the most of every square inch of your available space. When the housing market takes a dip, fewer of us move as we just can't afford it. That's the time to take a long hard look at your home and work out...

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Librarian tales  by William Ottens

Librarian tales

William Ottens

Book

An insider’s look at one of the most prevalent, yet commonly misunderstood institutions! Here is the good, the bad, and the ugly of librarian William Ottens’s experience working behind service desks and in the stacks of public libraries, most recently...

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How do we know we're doing it right?  by Pandora Sykes

How do we know we're doing it right?

Pandora Sykes

Book

Modern life is full of choices. We’re told that happiness lies within and we can be whoever we want to be. But with endless possibility comes a feeling of restlessness; like we’re somehow failing to live our best life. What does doing it right even look...

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Difficult women  by Helen Lewis

Difficult women

Helen Lewis

Book

Well-behaved women don’t make history: difficult women do. Helen Lewis argues that feminism’s success is down to complicated, contradictory, imperfect women, who fought each other as well as fighting for equal rights. Too many of these pioneers have ...

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The ghost map  by Steven Johnson

The ghost map

Steven Johnson

Book

A chronicle of Victorian London's worst cholera outbreak traces the day-by-day efforts of Dr. John Snow, who put his own life on the line in his efforts to prove his previously dismissed contagion theory about how the epidemic was spreading.

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Jerusalem  by Yotam Ottolenghi

Jerusalem

Yotam Ottolenghi

Book

"The flavours and smells of this city are our mother tongue: wild herbs picked on school trips, days in markets, the smell of the dry soil on a summer's day, goats and sheep roaming the hills, fresh pitas, chopped parsley, chopped liver, black figs, ...

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Mere Christianity  by C. S. (Clive Staples) Lewis

Mere Christianity

C. S. (Clive Staples) Lewis

Book

"2012 marks the 60th Anniversary of the publication of C.S.Lewis's classic, Mere Christianity. Having sold over half a million copies in the UK alone, his overview of Christianity has been imitated many time, but never bettered. The book is compiled of...

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Tartine bread  by Chad Robertson

Tartine bread

Chad Robertson

Book

"For the home or professional bread-maker, this is the book of the season. It comes from a man many consider to be the best bread baker in the United States: Chad Robertson, co-owner of Tartine Bakery in San Francisco, a city that knows its bread. To...

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Funny you should ask...

Funny you should ask...

Book

The QI Elves are the clever clogs behind the hit panel show QI. Every Wednesday the Elves appear on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show's 'Why Workshop' where they answer the ponderings and wonderings of Radio 2's most inquisitive listeners. Funny You Should...

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Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 3 from 2021

Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 3 from 2021

Printed music

"This edition contains all the scales and arpeggios required for ABRSM's Grade 3 Piano exam. Includes all the new syllabus requirements from 2021 and provides suggested fingering."--Publisher description.

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Piano exam pieces. ABRSM Grade 7

Piano exam pieces. ABRSM Grade 7

Printed music

This book contains nine pieces from ABRSM’s Grade 7 Piano syllabus for 2021 & 2022, three pieces chosen from each of Lists A, B and C. The pieces have been carefully selected to offer an attractive and varied range of styles, creating a collection th...

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Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 4 from 2021

Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 4 from 2021

Printed music

"This edition contains all the scales and arpeggios required for ABRSM's Grade 4 Piano exam. Includes all the new syllabus requirements from 2021 and provides suggested fingering."--Publisher description.

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Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 1 from 2021

Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 1 from 2021

Printed music

"This edition contains all the scales and arpeggios required for ABRSM's Grade 1 Piano exam. Includes all the new syllabus requirements from 2021 and provides suggested fingering."--Publisher description.

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Piano exam pieces. ABRSM Grade 6

Piano exam pieces. ABRSM Grade 6

Printed music

This book contains nine pieces from ABRSM’s Grade 6 Piano syllabus for 2021 & 2022, three pieces chosen from each of Lists A, B and C. The pieces have been carefully selected to offer an attractive and varied range of styles, creating a collection th...

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Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 7 from 2021

Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 7 from 2021

Printed music

"This edition contains all the scales and arpeggios required for ABRSM's Grade 7 Piano exam. Includes all the new syllabus requirements from 2021 and provides suggested fingering."--Publisher description.

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Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 2 from 2021

Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 2 from 2021

Printed music

"This edition contains all the scales and arpeggios required for ABRSM's Grade 2 Piano exam. Includes all the new syllabus requirements from 2021 and provides suggested fingering."--Publisher description.

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Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Initial Grade from 2021

Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Initial Grade from 2021

Printed music

"This edition contains all the scales and arpeggios required for ABRSM's Initial Grade Piano exam. Includes all the new syllabus requirements from 2021 and provides suggested fingering."--Publisher description.

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Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 6 from 2021

Piano scales & arpeggios. ABRSM Grade 6 from 2021

Printed music

"This edition contains all the scales and arpeggios required for ABRSM's Grade 6 Piano exam. Includes all the new syllabus requirements from 2021 and provides suggested fingering."--Publisher description.

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Piano exam pieces. ABRSM Grade 8

Piano exam pieces. ABRSM Grade 8

Printed music

This book contains nine pieces from ABRSM’s Grade 8 Piano syllabus for 2021 & 2022, three pieces chosen from each of Lists A, B and C. The pieces have been carefully selected to offer an attractive and varied range of styles, creating a collection th...

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Sir Sean Connery  by John Parker

Sir Sean Connery

John Parker

Book

He was one of the world's true superstars, and the silver screen's most beloved James Bond. Sir Sean Connery - a proud Scotsman born in 1930 to a working-class family - died at home in the Bahamas on 31 October 2020. He left behind him a legacy to rival...

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How to sleep  by Rafael Pelayo

How to sleep

Rafael Pelayo

Book

Sleep difficulties affect millions of people-and the problem is getting worse. The deluge of sleep advice out there, referred to collectively as "sleep hygiene" rules, consists mostly of isolated recommendations for things not to do, such as: Don't d...

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Intimacy and solitude  by Stephanie Dowrick

Intimacy and solitude

Stephanie Dowrick

Book

The quality of our personal relationships has never mattered more. It isn't enough to have lots of friends on social media. Or to give 'everything' to work hoping that will validate your existence. When familiar certainties are dissolving, we need to...

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Higher love  by Jordanna Levin

Higher love

Jordanna Levin

Book

Sex and the City in the age of The Secret. The go-to dating guide for anyone who prefers to man-ifest rather than man-obsess.' - GEORGIA LOVE Dating, if we're not doing it consciously, can be something we throw ourselves into with little clarity about...

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Be more vegan  by Niki Webster

Be more vegan

Niki Webster

Book

We all want to be a bit more vegan... and this book shows you how. Whether you're ready to commit to a fully plant-based lifestyle or you'd just like to add a few meat-free dishes to your weekly meal plan, this is the ideal guide. It explains the rea...

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Optimum nutrition for vegans  by Patrick Holford

Optimum nutrition for vegans

Patrick Holford

Book

We know that a plant-based, vegan diet is healthy. But how easy is it to incorporate it into our lifestyle? Are there any other steps that need to be taken to ensure our body is getting the nutrients it needs? In Optimum Nutrition for Vegans, Patrick...

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In black and white  by Alexandra Wilson

In black and white

Alexandra Wilson

Book

Alexandra Wilson was a teenager when her dear family friend Ayo was stabbed on his way home from football. Ayo's death changed Alexandra. She felt compelled to enter the legal profession in search of answers. As a junior criminal and family law barri...

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The dead are arising  by Les Payne

The dead are arising

Les Payne

Book

An epic biography of Malcolm X finally emerges, drawing on hundreds of hours of the author's interviews, rewriting much of the known narrative. Les Payne, the renowned Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist, embarked in 1990 on a nearly...

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Leonard Cohen, untold stories  by Michael Posner

Leonard Cohen, untold stories

Michael Posner

Book

The extraordinary life of one of the world's greatest music and literary icons, in the words of those who knew him best. Poet, novelist, singer-songwriter, artist, prophet, icon - there has never been a figure like Leonard Cohen. He was a true giant ...

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Book of pie

Book of pie

Book

Get a crash-course in the history of one of the most popular dishes of all time with The Book of Pie. Get a crash-course in the history of one of the most popular dishes of all time with The Book of Pie. Follow the timeline of pie, from the first pies...

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Japanese wonder knitting

Japanese wonder knitting

Book

Japanese Wonder Knitting offers the perfect foray into the techniques and application of Japanese-style knitting. This book is giving step-by-step lessons in executing classic stitches the Japanese way. Japanese Wonder Knitting introduces needleworkers...

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Disloyal  by Michael (Lawyer) Cohen

Disloyal

Michael (Lawyer) Cohen

eBook

Once Donald Trump's fiercest surrogate, closest confidant, and staunchest defender, Michael Cohen knows where the skeletons are buried. This is the most devastating business and political horror story of the century. As Trump's lawyer and "fixer," Cohen...

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Measure and construction of the Japanese house  by Heino Engel

Measure and construction of the Japanese house

Heino Engel

Book

A remarkable classic work on traditional Japanese architecture and its general integrative quality, the order of space and form, the flexibility of partitions and room functions and other important or unique qualities. The author describes in detail,...

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Growing orchids at home  by Manos Kanellos

Growing orchids at home

Manos Kanellos

Book

An authoritative and detailed guide to caring for orchids in the home - the result of experience, continuous experimentation and extensive research by expert authors. All common types of orchids are covered. This book communicates all the necessary i...

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The price of peace  by Zachary D. Carter

The price of peace

Zachary D. Carter

Book

In the spring of 1934, Virginia Woolf sketched an affectionate three-page "biographical fantasy" of her great friend, John Maynard Keynes, attempting to encompass no less than 25 themes, which she jotted down at its opening: "Politics. Art. Dancing. ...

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YouTube channels  by Rob Ciampa

YouTube channels

Rob Ciampa

Book

You too can be on YouTube. With two billion monthly users, YouTube is the place you want to be to promote your business or attract an audience for your talents. This quartet of YouTube content and marketing experts shows you how to launch a channel, ...

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Eat to save the planet  by Annie Bell

Eat to save the planet

Annie Bell

Book

Simple, tempting, eco-friendly recipes that support the environment and don't make you feel like you're missing out. If the way we eat globally continues, the world is at risk of failing to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agre...

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Bake & enjoy  by Rachel Gray

Bake & enjoy

Rachel Gray

Book

Remember those tantalising aromas from Grandma's kitchen? The warm, sweet smells of freshly baked muffins, cakes, scones? Classic baking recipes don't require fancy ingredients, specialised equipment, exorbitant amounts of time or extraordinary baking...

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Stories of extreme picky eating  by Jennifer (Dietitian) Friedman

Stories of extreme picky eating

Jennifer (Dietitian) Friedman

Book

"Is this normal picky eating stuff, or is there more going on here?" It's a question many parents worry about, and the same question one mom asked Jennifer Friedman in a session about her son Ryder, who struggled to eat more than chicken nuggets and ...

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Cook slow  by Dean (Cook) Edwards

Cook slow

Dean (Cook) Edwards

Book

Following on from the success of Cook Slow, MasterChef's Dean Edwards returns with over 90 mouth-wateringly fresh and delicious recipes for perfect home-cooking. Slow cookers are often confined to heavy winter recipes made with stodgy ingredients and...

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Your do-anything kitchen

Your do-anything kitchen

Book

From the editors of Food52 comes the ultimate guide to organizing your kitchen, filled with wisdom and useful tricks for creating and maintaining your most efficient cooking space ever. Any great chef will tell you that one of the best-kept secrets to...

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The secret life of the Savoy  by Olivia (Journalist) Williams

The secret life of the Savoy

Olivia (Journalist) Williams

Book

In 1889, Victorian impresario Richard D'Oyly Carte opened The Savoy, Britain's first luxury hotel. Allowing the rich to live like royalty, it attracted glamour, scandal and a cast of eccentric characters, with the D'Oyly Carte family elevated to a un...

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The ultimate guide to working from home  by Grace Paul

The ultimate guide to working from home

Grace Paul

Book

Have you been inspired to make the change to working from home? This book is here to help. Packed with statistics and advice to help you approach the conversation with your boss as well as tips and tricks on how to maintain focus (even if you have family...

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Cubed  by Ernö Rubik

Cubed

Ernö Rubik

Book

Erno Rubik inspires us with what he’s learned in a lifetime of creating, curiosity, and discovery. Erno Rubik was a child when he first became obsessed with puzzles of all kinds. ‘Puzzles’, he writes, ‘bring out important qualities in each of us:...

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Natural homemade skin care  by Militza Maury

Natural homemade skin care

Militza Maury

Book

Finding natural skin care products that are are easy on the wallet and fit your skin needs is a challenge -but now you can make all the products you need using ingredients found in your pantry and fridge. Militza Maury, founder of the natural skin care...

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The ethical slut  by Janet W. Hardy

The ethical slut

Janet W. Hardy

Book

The classic guide to love, sex, and intimacy beyond the limits of conventional monogamy has been fully updated to reflect today's modern attitudes and the latest information on nontraditional relationships. For 20 years The Ethical Slut has dispelled...

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Hidden hand  by Clive Hamilton

Hidden hand

Clive Hamilton

Book

Here, Clive Hamilton and Mareike Ohlberg expose the Chinese Communist Party's global program of influence and subversion, and the threat it poses to democracy. With its enormous economic power, China is now a global political and military force engaged...

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Glorious rock bottom  by Bryony Gordon

Glorious rock bottom

Bryony Gordon

Book

Bryony Gordon is a respected journalist, a number-one bestselling author and an award-winning mental health campaigner. She is also an alcoholic. In Glorious Rock Bottom Bryony opens up about a toxic twenty-year relationship with alcohol and drugs and...

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AD at 100

AD at 100

Book

Architectural Digest at 100 celebrates the best from the pages of the international design authority. The editors have delved into the archives and culled years of rich material covering a range of subjects. Ranging freely between present and past, the...

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Romantic flowers in cross stitch  by Suzana Lima

Romantic flowers in cross stitch

Suzana Lima

Book

In this book readers will find a superb range of floral designs to apply to a variety of cross stitch projects, such as bedding, lampshades, cushions, curtains, towels, and more. The styles on these beautiful and timeless pieces range from shabby chic...

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Chess  by Hugh (Chess coach) Patterson

Chess

Hugh (Chess coach) Patterson

Book

"Chess is a popular and fascinating game, it's good for the mind, and satisfying to play with others, in clubs, or alone, in travel, against a computer, or an app. This new book will take you quickly through the movement of the pieces to good opening...

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The first forty days  by Heng Ou

The first forty days

Heng Ou

Book

The first 40 days after the birth of a child offer an essential and fleeting period of rest and recovery for the new mother. Based on author Heng Ou s own postpartum experience with zuo yuezi, a set period of confinement, in which a woman remains at ...

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Meditations  by Emperor of Rome Marcus Aurelius

Meditations

Emperor of Rome Marcus Aurelius

Book

"A private notebook of philosophical reflections, written by a Roman emperor probably on military campaign in Germany"--Back cover.

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