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"Age is irrelevant, unless you happen to be a bottle of wine."  —Joan Collins
 
In this hugely practical and always entertaining guide to later life, Keren Smedley argues passionately against outdated stereotypes concerning age, helping people change their bel...

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The Supreme Anarchists Council is dedicated to overthrowing the world order. To keep their identities a secret, each of the members has been named after a day of the week. Gabriel Syme, an eccentric poet, is recruited by Scotland Yard to infiltrate the group. He tracks down the six ot...

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After years living in America with his mother, Jon Forsyte is excited to be home and eager to show off his roots to his new bride. When Fleur Forsyte, now Fleur Mont—Jon’s first love—hears of his arrival, she doesn't know what to feel. She is now married too...


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An old English family, the Cherrells' constant in an age of change and uncertainty is their ancestral home, Condaford Grange. It is especially precious to young Elizabeth Cherrell, or "Dinny," whose family is everything to her. And when her brother faces extradition to South America...

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Dinny Cherrell has been proposed to numerous times, but no one has ever come close to touching her independent spirit. That is, until she encounters Wilfred Desert. They had first met at Fleur and Michael Mont's wedding and the spark of attraction felt all those years before develops ...

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Now in its 62nd year, the essential pocket-sized companion to the game brings you on the readers to South Africa with the World Cup 2010 qualifying results; Champions League and UEFA Cup coverage; easy-to-follow club directory for English and Scottish league clubs; English and Scottish l...

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When Clare's husband pursues her she vows she will never return and sets about fighting him in bitter divorce proceedings. Dinny supports her sister all the way, but she has her own heartache to conquer, a grief which threatens to embitter her life for ever. Will the sisters ma...

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Her mind still filled with thoughts of Oz, her dead ex-husband, Primavera Blackstone is in Spain with son Tom when their peace is breached with the arrival of her elderly but formidable Aunt Adrienne. All is not well in Auntie’s world: her roguish...


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As the sun’s insidious heat beats down, murderous forces lurk in the underbelly of 4th-century Rome. The normally cosseted world of the city’s rich and powerful is rocked by a series of violent abductions as children of the elite are kidnapped and held for ran...


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Now in its fourth year, this comprehensive resource provides in-depth coverage of the international matches and league and cup competitions of all 207 national soccer associations. Comprehensive coverage of international tournaments is also provided, including all...


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When two young female artists are murdered in what appear to be ritualistic killings, the pressure is on to find the highly professional murderer. The arrival of the father of the second victim, millionaire businessman Davor Boras, brings in the Home Office, MI5, the CIA, and the sea...

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Dennis McKenzie was brought to the world’s attention following his involvement in the tragic Soham murder case. Making stunningly accurate predictions about the deaths of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, he was dubbed the Soham Psychic. Since then, Dennis...


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As the summer of 1322 brings sun to the Devonshire countryside, it seems that the small village of Sticklepath is destined to remain in darkness. An afternoon of innocent adventure becomes one of gruesome terror when two playmates uncover the body of a young girl up on the moors. The body is that of...

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Still reeling from the tragic death of a much-loved colleague, Detective Chief Constable Bob Skinner and his men soon discover that a disturbed serial killer is still at large and very close to home. The body of a young woman has been found on a golf course. ...


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Did you know that tobacco made up half of Scotland's exports in the 18th century? Did you know that J.M. Barrie created the name "Wendy" for his play Peter Pan" in 1904, meaning that there are no Wendys over the age of 104? Did you know that The Beatles played at Dingwall Town ...

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It's 1325, and Sir Baldwin de Furnshill, Keeper of the King's Peace and his friend Bailiff Simon Puttock are in France to join Prince Edward and Bishop Walter's entourage as they make their journey to the palace of the French king, Charles IV. The Prince must make a demeaning submi...

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154 million people globally suffer depression, which is just the tip of the mental illness iceberg. The vast majority receive no treatment, due to an immense lack of specialists, resources, and understanding. Dr. Pamela Stephenson Connolly offers simple self-asse...


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It is 1325 and there is turmoil in England, but the Prophecy of St Thomas's Holy Oil just might save King Edward II. It is believed that the king who is anointed with the oil will be a lion among men: he will conquer France, unite Christendom, and throw the h...


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As head of Edinburgh's CID, Bob Skinner has seen it all—but even he is shocked by the mutilated corpse discovered in a dark alleyway. The motive for the brutal murder remains a mystery, until an elaborate smokescreen emerges which shrouds an intricate conspiracy.
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Cas Clarke combined her two most successful books, More Grub on a Grant and Vegetarian Grub on a Grant, to create The Essential Student Cookbook. This fully updated version of her compendium puts everything into one modern and redesigned volume for the aspirin...

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Aggressive, impetuous, and dauntless, Richard Pape was never going to sit out the war in a Nazi prison. Captured after going on the run when his bomber crashed in occupied Holland, his thoughts turned, at once, to escape. In the most appalling of conditions, he did not give way. Not...

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It is the early summer of 1379 and Sir John Cranston—Coroner of the city of London—has trapped himself in a wager with Signior Gian Galeazzo, Lord of Cremona, who has challenged him to resolve a certain murder mystery within two weeks. Men have been repeatedly...


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Murder is again polluting the Exeter Cathedral close, but this killer will not be easily caught. The victim, Henry Potell, was feared by many, and held secrets that some wished to keep hidden. For Sir Baldwin Furnshill, Keeper of the King's Peace, and his friend Bailiff Simon Puttock, even...

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Still reeling from the tragic death of a much-loved colleague, Detective Chief Constable Bob Skinner and his men soon discover that a disturbed serial killer is still at large and very close to home. The body of a young woman has been found on a golf course. It ha...


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It's January 1325 and England is a hotbed of paranoia under the reign of the increasingly unpredictable King Edward II and his lover, Sir Hugh le Despenser. When the Queen’s lady-in-waiting is slaughtered and the hideously mutilated body of a man is found b...


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An explosion rocks Princes Street in the midst of the Edinburgh Festival. Responsibility is claimed by a group supposedly demanding political separation from Britain, but as atrocities escalate, Head of CID Bob Skinner realizes this is no gang of fanatics, but a highly professional te...

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It’s summertime in Monaco. Oz Blackstone, now an international film star, is sitting on the verandah of his opulent villa—one of three homes—idly gazing at Roman Abramovitch’s luxury yacht as it slips into the harbor. Life doesn’t get much better than this. But somebody knows where Oz live...

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As much a celebration of Italy as its food, Gennaro's Italian Year brings this beautiful country vibrantly to life. From feast days to festivals, Christmas delicacies to summertime delights, chef Gennaro Contaldo expertly guides us through the Italian culinary year. Combining 1...

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Summer 1977: It’s no holiday in the sun in Handstead New Town, a north Manchester overspill. Known to the local cops as Horse’s Arse, it’s preparing to celebrate the Queen’s Silver Jubilee. But lob-in soccer violence, rampant police hooliganism, and an expanding LSD market—there’ll...

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Fleur and Michael Mont entertain the glittering society characters of the day in their new, elegant, and fashionable house. As always, Fleur’s father—Soames Forsyte—is constantly by the side of his daughter, spoiling and watching over her. But London after t...


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It is 1325 and there is turmoil in England, but the Prophecy of St. Thomas's Holy Oil just might save King Edward II. It is believed that the king who is anointed with the oil will be a lion among men: he will conquer France, unite Christendom, and throw the ...


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It is 1325, and an atmosphere of dread and suspicion hangs over England like a thick fog. The last years have been racked by treachery and mistrust, and even the mightiest in the land have been affected. In the gilded cage that is the Palace of Westminster, Queen ...


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Bailiff Simon Puttock’s servant, Hugh, has been granted leave to look after his wife, Constance, and to help raise their child. But soon after, she is attacked in their home, raped by a gang of men. Then she watches as her son is murdered and Hugh is struck down, before she too is killed...

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It's 1325, and Sir Baldwin de Furnshill, Keeper of the King's Peace and his friend Bailiff Simon Puttock are in France to join Prince Edward and Bishop Walter's entourage as they make their journey to the palace of the French king, Charles IV. The Prince must make a demeaning submi...

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1324. The kingdom is in an uproar. Roger Mortimer—once the king's most able commander, now his most hated enemy—has escaped from the Tower and hired an assassin to murder the monarch. Others have the same idea. In Coventry, a special assassin has been hired: a necromancer by the name o...

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It is 1325, and an atmosphere of dread and suspicion hangs over England like a thick fog. The last years have been racked by treachery and mistrust, and even the mightiest in the land have been effected. In the gilded cage that is the Palace of Westminster, Queen ...


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As an unrelenting heatwave beats down, the residents of Horse's Arse—aka Hampstead New Town, north Manchester—are reaching melting point. The Park Royal Mafia, a group of local villains, is under new management and open for the business of mindless violence again. Unfortunately th...



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