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The serial killer's apprentice by Katherine M. Ramsland

The serial killer's apprentice

Katherine M. Ramsland

A psychological examination of the blurred line between victim and accomplice--and how a killer can be created.

The Holy Grail of Investing by Tony Robbins

The Holy Grail of Investing

Tony Robbins

'Tony Robbins returns with another must-read financial book revealing the strategies of many of the world's greatest investors'RAY DALIO, founder of Bridgewater and author of PrinciplesTony Robbins, who has coached more than fifty million people from 100...

Liberty Equality Fashion by Anne Higonnet

Liberty Equality Fashion

Anne Higonnet

Three women led a fashion revolution and turned themselves into international style celebrities.

Wicked problems by Guruprasad Madhavan

Wicked problems

Guruprasad Madhavan

"An ode to systems engineers--whose invisible work undergirds our life--and an exploration of the wicked problems they tackle. Our world is filled with pernicious problems. How, for example, did novice pilots learn to fly without taking to the air and risking...

The invention of prehistory by Stefanos Geroulanos

The invention of prehistory

Stefanos Geroulanos

"In this remarkable and enlivening study, Stefanos Geroulanos traces the development of our modern fascination with humanity's deep past, and lays out that fascination's deadly costs." --Amia Srinivasan, author of The Right to Sex: Feminism in the Twenty-First...

Anything's pastable by Dan Pashman

Anything's pastable

Dan Pashman

"The innovative James Beard Award-winning podcaster who changed the way you think about pasta shapes with his invention of the viral sensation cascatelli now does the same for pasta sauces in this fun and charmingly obsessive cookbook"--

 by Alyse Whitney

Alyse Whitney

Greekish by Georgina Hayden


Georgina Hayden

First Things by Harry Ricketts

First Things

Harry Ricketts

Best tips & tricks for Geometry Dash by Pham Hoang Minh

Best tips & tricks for Geometry Dash

Pham Hoang Minh

Geometry Dash is a 2013 mobile and Steam game developed by Sweden-based developer Robert Topala, and published by his company, RobTop Games. It is a rhythm-based platforming game which currently has 21 official levels and has more than 40 million online levels...

Lovers in Auschwitz by Keren Blankfeld

Lovers in Auschwitz

Keren Blankfeld

Zippi Spitzer and David Wisnia's story began when they first locked eyes across the work floor. It was the start of a romance that could have unfolded anywhere if it weren't for one key difference: Zippi and David were prisoners in history's most infamous...

Stories that want to be told

Stories that want to be told

Arlie Alizzi lifts the lid on trans powerlifting. Pondering why she is no longer a Catholic, Claire Keenan explores Catholicism in rural Australia. Dan Jervis-Bardy looks at the death of a Sudanese child refugee and the resources dispersed when a child who is...

Nothing significant to report by Dario Nustrini

Nothing significant to report

Dario Nustrini

Laugh-out-loud yarns from a soldier in the New Zealand Army When new recruit Dario Nustrini's head was freshly shaved in preparation for the army, he knew nothing about what training to fight, kill and die for New Zealand would look like. Since leaving leaving...

The Gut Repair Plan by Sarah. author Di Lorenzo

The Gut Repair Plan

Sarah. author Di Lorenzo

Easy steps to transform your gut health!Better gut health, better you! Revitalising your gut health can help with bloating, weight-loss, sleep, sugar-cravings, energy, immunity, mental health and a range of treatable diseases. Clinical nutritionist and...

London cemeteries by Hugh Meller

London cemeteries

Hugh Meller

London Cemeteries is a comprehensive guide to all cemeteries within Greater London. Listed alphabetically and with a map to help locate them, each entry includes the address, the date of foundation, the owner, the size, a note on its history, development and...

Anton Goosen by Anton Goosen

Anton Goosen

Anton Goosen

Ná 40 jaar se rock 'n roll in Afrikaans vertel die legendariese Anton Goosen nou sy volle verhaal, soos neergepen deur die bekroonde joernalis Hanlie Retief. Die vader van Afrikaanse rock skryf oor sy grootwordjare in die Vrystaat, sukses en roem, sy lewe op...

Moord op Pofadder by Charné Kemp

Moord op Pofadder

Charné Kemp

Wat dryf 'n pragtige jong ma van drie daartoe om haar man wreed te laat vermoor? Waarom wou Suretha Brits só graag van Leon ontslae raak? Danksy binne-inligting van vriende, familie en die polisie, sit die ondersoekende joernalis Charné Kemp al die stukkies...

Home work by Helen Hayward

Home work

Helen Hayward

When Helen Hayward had her two children in London, 25 years ago, she found looking after them easy. Loving and looking after her kids was straightforward. However loving and looking after her home was not. She had long been instructed to put her career first....

11 rules for life by Chetan Bhagat

11 rules for life

Chetan Bhagat

MANDATORY READING FOR ALL INDIANS. One summer afternoon, Viraj, a food delivery guy, brings lunch for an author named Chetan. He is late and appears to be in distress. When Chetan asks him what the matter is, Viraj breaks down. 'I hate my life. My career is...

Generative AI

Generative AI

"The world is stunned and transfixed by the marvel (and possible menace) of ChatGPT and other generative AI tools. It's clear that they will transform the business landscape-exactly when and how much are still to be seen. Meanwhile, your smartest competitors...

We will not cancel us by adrienne maree brown

We will not cancel us

adrienne maree brown

"Cancel culture addresses real harm ... and sometimes causes more. It's time to think this through. "Cancel" or "call-out" culture is a source of much tension and debate in American society. The infamous "Harper's Letter," signed by public intellectuals of...

Left for Dead by Eric Jay. Dolin

Left for Dead

Eric Jay. Dolin

The true story of five castaways abandoned on the Falkland Islands during the War of 1812--a tale of treachery, shipwreck, isolation, and the desperate struggle for survival.

The jazzmen by Larry Tye

The jazzmen

Larry Tye

From the New York Times bestselling author of Satchel and Bobby Kennedy, a sweeping and spellbinding portrait of the longtime kings of jazz--Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, and Count Basie--who, born within a few years of one another, overcame racist...

Make them smile by Sulman Ahmed

Make them smile

Sulman Ahmed

Learn to scale your organization to grow your impact and create sustainable wealth with this inspiring book from the Founder of DECA Dental Group.Highly specialized service providers--such as doctors, lawyers, dentists, physical therapists, and...

Math-ish by Jo Boaler


Jo Boaler

From Stanford professor, author of Limitless Mind, founder, and leading expert in the field of mathematics education Jo Boaler comes a groundbreaking guide to finding joy and understanding by adopting a diverse approach to learning math....

New Zealand

New Zealand

This New Zealand guidebook is ideal for travellers seeking inspirational guides and planning a more extended trip. It provides interesting facts about New Zealand's people, history and culture and detailed coverage of the best places to see. This New Zealand...

The unaccountability machine by Dan (Economist) Davies

The unaccountability machine

Dan (Economist) Davies

'Entertaining, insightful ... compelling' Financial Times'A corporation, or a government department isn't a conscious being, but it is an artificial intelligence. It has the capability to take decisions which are completely distinct from the intentions of any...

Collapse by V. M. (Vladislav Martinovich) Zubok


V. M. (Vladislav Martinovich) Zubok

"A major study of the collapse of the Soviet Union--showing how Gorbachev's misguided reforms led to its demise. In 1945 the Soviet Union controlled half of Europe and was a founding member of the United Nations. By 1991, it had an army four-million strong,...

An education by Lynn Barber

An education

Lynn Barber

1960: A stranger in a sports car offers a sixteen-year-old schoolgirl a lift. She accepts. This was the beginning of the two most bizarre years of Lynn Barber's life. For the stranger charmed his way into her family, and turned all their lives upside down.

Make yourself unforgettable

Make yourself unforgettable

"In 'Make Yourself Unforgettable' you can learn the secrets to making a positive, lasting impression, including: The six steps to managing communication problems ; The four unexpected stumbling blocks to ethical behavior and how to avoid them ; A new way to...

Emily Hobhouse by Elsabé Brits

Emily Hobhouse

Elsabé Brits

Emily Hobhouse was nie net 'n Anglo-Boereoorlogheld nie, maar ook 'n aktivis en stryder teen onreg en onderdrukking op verskeie kontinente. Elsabé Brits het Emily se handgeskrewe notas, dagboeke en plakboeke in 'n trommel in Kanada ontdek, en haal hieruit en...

 by Gilbert Mizrahi

Gilbert Mizrahi

Bones worth breaking by David Martinez

Bones worth breaking

David Martinez

"An international story of racial and religious identity from David Martinez, a Brazilian-American writer who grew up Mormon, about his upbringing and the twin-like bond he had with his younger brother, Mike"--

Under the influence by Malini Agarwal

Under the influence

Malini Agarwal

Founder of MissMaliniHave you ever been trolled on social media? Received comments that have upset you? Ever been body-shamed?Founder of the popular lifestyle blog MissMalini, Malini Aggarwal has experienced the Internet at its best and worst. As a pioneering...

Outside voices by Joan Gelfand

Outside voices

Joan Gelfand

"Losing her beloved father at age eleven, a child finds the strength to reinvent herself as a woman of influence and substance. Neglected by a grieving mother, she finds solace in poetry and art. A child of the sixties, Joan jumps headlong into the format of...

The psychology of money by Morgan Housel

The psychology of money

Morgan Housel

Doing well with money isn't necessarily about what you know. It's about how you behave. In The Psychology of Money, author Morgan Housel shares 19 short stories exploring the strange ways people think about money and teaches how to make better sense of one of...

A Church Called Tov by Scot McKnight

A Church Called Tov

Scot McKnight

What is the way forward for the church?Tragically, in recent years, Christians have gotten used to revelations of abuses of many kinds in our most respected churches--from Willow Creek to Harvest, from Southern Baptist pastors to Sovereign Grace churches....

The future-proof career by Isabel author. Berwick

The future-proof career

Isabel author. Berwick

Motherlike by Katherine Leyton


Katherine Leyton

"As soon as Katherine Leyton discovered she was pregnant, a powerful reckoning began. Motherlike is both a feminist memoir of new motherhood as well as a rumination on womanhood. A book for anyone interested in an honest and revealing look at a process that is...

Geometry dash game

Geometry dash game

Advanced Tips & Strategy Guide. This is the most comprehensive and only detailed guide you will find online. Available for instant download on your mobile phone, eBook device, or in paperback form. With the success of my hundreds of other written guides and...

End of the Hour by Meghan Riordan Jarvis

End of the Hour

Meghan Riordan Jarvis

The author, an experienced trauma therapist, recounts her own experiences living through and healing from profound grief, loss and long-buried childhood tragedy.

Everyone but myself by Julie Chavez

Everyone but myself

Julie Chavez

"For Julie, an elementary school librarian and mother of two boys, there was no time for debilitating anxiety. Yet, the aftershocks of her first panic attack left her grappling with questions about the causes of her mental health crisis and where it would lead...

 by Megy Karydes

Megy Karydes

Soundtracks by Jon Acuff


Jon Acuff

Popular speaker and New York Times bestselling author takes a refreshingly honest and humorous look at overthinking--identifying what it masquerades as (being prepared), calling it what it really is (fear), and offering a simple plan to turn it from a super...

Tuft the world by Tiernan Alexander

Tuft the world

Tiernan Alexander

A visual how-to guide on the craft of tufting rugs, home decor, and more from the duo behind Tuft the World, the tufting company that has helped launch and educate a new generation of tufters.Tuft the World is an easy-to-follow and beautifully illustrated...

Geometry dash by Pham Hoang Minh

Geometry dash

Pham Hoang Minh

Welcome to the Geometry Dash Editor Guide! This guide will take you through the editor and its features so you can create your own levels! The Level Editor is a feature of Geometry Dash. It allows the player to create their own levels which can be shared...

Open wide by Benny Blanco

Open wide

Benny Blanco

"The debut cookbook from benny blanco--pop music super-producer, artist, actor on FXX's Dave, and consummate food freak--teaches you everything you need to know about cooking, enjoying life, and throwing the greatest dinner party of all time."--

How to train your human by author Babas

How to train your human

author Babas

"A guide to understanding and training humans, written from the point of view of a cat"--

All It Takes Is a Goal by Jon Acuff

All It Takes Is a Goal

Jon Acuff

What if you could accomplish your goals as easily as you can dream them? Popular speaker and New York Times bestselling author shows you how to effectively set goals to escape your comfort zone, make measurable progress, and reach your full potential.

The vagus-immune connection by J. P. Errico

The vagus-immune connection

J. P. Errico

Discusses noninvasice vagus nerve stimulation (nVNS) and its use to treat headaches, depression, epilepsy, inflammation, stroke, metabolic syndromes, menopausal symptoms, and more.

 by Nathaniel J. Klemp

Nathaniel J. Klemp

I'll Bring Dessert by Benjamina Ebuehi

I'll Bring Dessert

Benjamina Ebuehi

Being the designated 'dessert person' is often met with panic, but Benji is here to show you that not only is it fun, but it's simple to create desserts with wow-factor all year round no matter the day, season or occasion. From recipes made in one dish or...

Goodbye, perfect by Homaira Kabir

Goodbye, perfect

Homaira Kabir

For fans of Brene Brown and lovers of inspiring self-help titles, Goodbye, Perfect is a must-read leadership and self-care book for women who have fallen into the toxic traps of perfectionism, approval seeking and endless doing. At its core, it teaches us how...

ALICE by Stuart Kells


Stuart Kells

Life so full of promise by Ross McMullin

Life so full of promise

Ross McMullin

Acclaimed historian and biographer Ross McMullin has again combined prodigious research and narrative flair in this sequel to Farewell, Dear People, the winner of multiple awards including the Prime Minister's Prize for Australian History. Life So Full of...

Restore by Jim Donnelly


Jim Donnelly

Inspire greatness by Matt Tenney

Inspire greatness

Matt Tenney

"From sought-after speaker and consultant Matt Tenney, Inspire Greatness outlines a simple, scalable, four-step process that any leader can follow to routinely bring out the best in team members and improve performance for their team or organization"--

What by John Cooper Clarke


John Cooper Clarke

The essential questions by Elizabeth Lillian Keating

The essential questions

Elizabeth Lillian Keating

"Just as the oral histories of people around the world are disappearing amid rapid change, there is a risk that your family's personal stories, too, will be lost forever. In The Essential Questions, anthropologist Elizabeth Keating helps you to uncover the...

The modern homestead garden by Gary Pilarchik

The modern homestead garden

Gary Pilarchik

"Filled with easy-to-employ ideas and lessons for improving your food self-sufficiency no matter how much land you have, The Modern Homestead Garden focuses on planting, growing, harvesting, and preserving food"--

The indoctrinated brain by Michael Nehls

The indoctrinated brain

Michael Nehls

"Throughout the world, mental capacity is declining, especially among young people, while depression rates are rising dramatically. Meanwhile, one in forty men and women suffers from Alzheimer's, and the age of onset is falling rapidly. But the causes are not...

Beautiful bread by Theresa Culletto

Beautiful bread

Theresa Culletto

Beautiful Bread shows you, step by step, how to bake beautiful, mouthwatering masterpieces for any occasion.

Somehow by Anne Lamott


Anne Lamott

The urban sketching handbook by Róisín Curé

The urban sketching handbook

Róisín Curé

"The Urban Sketching Handbook: Drawing Expressive People helps artists develop skills and confidence to overcome the challenges of drawing people on the go, introducing and applying useful tips and techniques"--



"An anthology of writing focused on solastalgia-an emotion of pain and longing that is born out of love for our world as we recognize the environment around us is changing. This emotion pushes us to protect and preserve our world"--

Draw every little thing by Flora Waycott

Draw every little thing

Flora Waycott

Learn to draw and paint more than 100 of your favorite everyday items! Step-by-step projects and creative inspiration make it fun and easy. The Inspired Artist series invites art hobbyists and casual art enthusiasts to have fun learning basic art concepts,...

Kitchen garden revival by Nicole Johnsey Burke

Kitchen garden revival

Nicole Johnsey Burke

Design and grow a beautiful, productive, small-scale vegetable garden with Kitchen Garden Revival. Discover which edibles grow best in kitchen gardens and get season-by-season advice on planting, tending, and harvesting.

Mending life by Nina Montenegro

Mending life

Nina Montenegro

"Mending Life is a beautifully illustrated, practical tool kit for repairing the clothes and belongings we love. It is also an exploration of how mending can be a gently healing practice in our daily lives and a small act of rebellion in a world where many...

ADHD an A-Z by Leanne Maskell


Leanne Maskell

"A lived experience guide to navigating life as a young adult with ADHD"--

Mind over menopause by Pahla Bowers

Mind over menopause

Pahla Bowers

"A radically simple method teaching menopausal women to lose weight by changing their mindset"--

Lit stitch by author Book Riot

Lit stitch

author Book Riot

Inside Book Riot's Lit Stitch, you'll find a number of badass, bookish cross-stitch patterns. Some of these are for bookmarks, others are for wall decor, and still others can take on a whole host of finished outcomes. What they have in common is their literary...

Geometry dash by Pham Hoang Minh

Geometry dash

Pham Hoang Minh

Welcome to the Geometry Dash Editor Guide! This guide will take you through the editor and its features so you can create your own levels! The Level Editor is a feature of Geometry Dash. It allows the player to create their own levels which can be shared...

Mickey by Helen Brown


Helen Brown

It was 1966 and the times they were a-changing, even in the provincial New Zealand coastal town of New Plymouth. Skirts were getting shorter, the Vietnam War was on TV every night and French nuclear tests in the Pacific turned the night sky a violent red....

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