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'Bandit Country'

By Toby Harnden
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Toby Harnden
'Tremendous ... If you are to read only one book about the modern IRA, this should be it'Irish TimesSouth Armagh was described as 'Bandit Country' by Merlyn Rees when he was Northern Ireland Secretary and for nearly three decades it has been the most dangerous posting in the world for a British soldier.Toby Harnden has stripped away the myth and propaganda associated with South Armagh to produce one of the most compelling and important books of the Troubles. Drawing on secret documents and interviews in South Armagh's recent history, he tells the inside story of how the IRA came close to bringing the British state to its knees. For the first time, the identities of the men behind the South Quay and Manchester bombings are revealed. Packed with new information, 'BANDIT COUNTRY' penetrates the IRA and the security forces in South Armagh.
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1700 : Scenes from London Life

By Maureen Waller
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Maureen Waller
More than a capital city, Londoners had witnessed the unthinkable - the public execution of a king at Whitehall. Thousands had died in the Plague of 1665, then the Great Fire of 1666. But from the ashes rose a modern city, rebuilt with the shining dome of Christopher Wren's St Paul's Cathedral, symbolising a new strength and confidence. London, with a population of over half a million, was now Europe's largest, richest and most cosmopolitian city. Maureen Waller describes a familiar yet alien world. Using anecdotes, detail and amusing contrasts, she draws on court records newspapers, and recorded eyewitness accounts to create a vividly colourful vision. of a city at a unique moment in its history.
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50 Ways to Let Go and Be Happy

By Chuck Spezzano
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Chuck Spezzano
This book is for anyone who has ever suffered a loss and feels that it is holding up their life. Letting go is one of the most valuable healing principles, because there is no problem which does not involve some form of holding on or attachment.Although this book is especially written for those who have lost in relationships, its principles are equally effective for other kinds of losses. Some of the lessons and exercises included are:- Choosing happiness- Learning the difference between love and need- Letting go of guilt- Changing life patterns- Goal setting and trusting
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The 25th Hour

By David Benioff
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David Benioff
From the writer of the award-winning Game of Thrones series for HBO based on the books of George R. R. Martin.'David Benioff is an exceptional storyteller' Khaled Hosseini'[An] acerbically captivating first novel' New York TimesAlso adapted as a feature film by Spike Lee starring Edward Norton and Philip Seymour HoffmanMonty Brogan starts a seven-year prison sentence for dealing drugs tomorrow. Tonight is his last night of freedom. His father wants him to run. His drug-lord boss, Uncle Blue, wants to know if he squealed. His girlfriend isn't sure what she wants, and his two best friends know one thing for sure; after he goes in, he will never be the same.'As unusual as it is well wrought: it resonates with a Whitmanesque sense of the city's possibilities and unsatisfied longings' New Yorker
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~Unallocated Products 20

By Mariolina Freeth, Giuliana Checketts
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Mariolina Freeth, Giuliana Checketts
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50 Self-Help Classics

By Tom Butler-Bowdon
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Tom Butler-Bowdon
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52 Activities for Exploring Values Differences

By Donna M. Stringer, Patricia A. Cassiday
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Donna M. Stringer, Patricia A. Cassiday
In 52 Activities for Exploring Values Differences, Donna Stringer and Patricia Cassiday have written and adapted sounds, ready-to-use activities for settings where the exploration of values differences is beneficial: the workplace, the classroom, corporate diversity training, international team development workshops, conflict management and others. The activities cover a broad spectrum for the varied needs of trainers and teachers: those who like hands-on, practical but low-risk activities; those who prefer experimental activities; and those who learn best if they can reflect on ideas. The authors' "Classification of Activities" at the front of the book helps users choose activities that are appropriate for their needs according to risk level, time required, context (work, personal or general) and group (individual, team, organization, domestic diversity or multinational). The directions for the activities are easy to follow, and the worksheets and handouts can be photocopied for use.
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The 10-Minute Life Coach

By Fiona Harrold
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Fiona Harrold
Fiona Harrold's BE YOUR OWN LIFE COACH had great success with its powerfully inspiring message to take control of our lives and achieve our wildest dreams. Now, she shows us how in just 10 minutes each day we can accelerate towards attaining our goals. Follow her winning strategies and:- Believe in yourself 100%- Propel yourself into taking action- Turn into a natural optimist- Live a bigger, more interesting lifeFiona's is the winning formula to open the door to life's vast opportunities. Believe in yourself and others will too.
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1215: The Year of Magna Carta

By Danny Danziger, John Gillingham, Danny Danziger
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Danny Danziger, John Gillingham, Danny Danziger
On 15 June 1215, rebel barons forced King John to meet them at Runnymede. They did not trust the King, so he was not allowed to leave until his seal was attached to the charter in front of him.This was Magna Carta. It was a revolutionary document. Never before had royal authority been so fundamentally challenged. Nearly 800 years later, two of the charter's sixty-three clauses are still a ringing expression of freedom for mankind: 'To no one will we sell, to no one will we deny or delay right or justice'. And: 'No free man shall be taken or imprisoned or in any way ruined, except by the lawful judgement of his peers or by the law of the land'.1215 - THE YEAR OF THE MAGNA CARTA explores what it was like to be alive in that momentous year. Political power struggles are interwoven with other issues - fashion, food, education, medicine, religion, sex. Whether describing matters of state or domestic life, this is a treasure house of a book, rich in detail and full of enthralling insights into the medieval world.
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365 Days Of Sensational Sex

By Lou Paget
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Lou Paget
With her sophisticated but sizzling approach to sex, Lou Paget has fast become one of the world's most popular 'sexperts', clocking up three massive bestselling sex titles to her name. Now she returns with a brand new title - for the first time focusing on keeping the passion alive and energised within a relationship. 365 Days of Sensational Sex is the ultimate guide to having mind-blowing sex again and again in a stable relationship. Lou addresses the questions that everyone wants answered - What is it that makes some people such great lovers and what are they doing that keeps the fire burning? - and reveals the tips and techniques that will help us to do just that. Writing in a easily accessible one-a-day format, she provides both men and women with refreshing, savvy and informative essays on:* Secrets and advice on maintaining an attitude to sex that is open, curious and passionate.* Hot tips for creating a sexual atmosphere in your relationship.* The most popular types of sexual fantasies and how to ask for what you want.* Lou's greatest techniques for hot foreplay, sensational positions and trying something new.* Frequently asked questions and the very best of the lesser known sexual titbits.
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23 Days in July

By John Wilcockson
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John Wilcockson
For twenty-three days in July 2004, an enthralled global audience watched Lance Armstrong battle to victory in the Tour de France. Armstrong had pledged to win a record-breaking sixth consecutive Tour; a feat no one had achieved in the event's 100-year lifetime. But with stiff competition from Jan 'the Kaiser' Ullrich and others his success was by no means guaranteed.The resulting Tour was riveting as, following a nervous opening week of multiple crashes, Armstrong bulldozed his way to the lead. But the American cyclist is no stranger to single-minded determination. After being diagnosed with cancer in 1996, it took only 518 days before he was back racing, revealing the mental resources that make him a cycling legend. Veteran cycling writer John Wilcockson uses his intimate knowledge of the participants and interviews with the major players to tell the human side of the Tour from the perspective of the principal contenders. His vivid description of life inside the most challenging and popular sports event in the world draws on an unparalleled knowledge of the Tour.
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40 Days In God's Presence

By Jordan Barlow, Rebecca Barlow
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Jordan Barlow, Rebecca Barlow
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101 Things You Should Do Before Going to Heaven

By David Bordon, Tom Winters
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David Bordon, Tom Winters
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101 Most Powerful Promises in the Bible

By Steve & Lois Rabey
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Steve & Lois Rabey
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101 Most Powerful Prayers in the Bible

By Steve & Lois Rabey
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Steve & Lois Rabey
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12 Books That Changed The World

By Melvyn Bragg
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Melvyn Bragg
When we think of great events in the history of the world, we tend to think of war, revolution, political upheaval or natural catastrophe. But throughout history there have been moments of vital importance that have taken place not on the battlefield, or in the palaces of power, or even in the violence of nature, but between the pages of a book. In our digitised age of instant information it is easy to underestimate the power of the printed word. In his fascinating new book accompanying the ITV series, Melvyn Bragg presents a vivid reminder of the book as agent of social, political and personal revolution. Twelve Books that Changed the World presents a rich variety of human endeavour and a great diversity of characters. There are also surprises. Here are famous books by Darwin, Newton and Shakespeare - but we also discover the stories behind some less well-known works, such as Marie Stopes' Married Love, the original radical feminist Mary Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Woman - and even the rules to an obscure ball game that became the most popular sport in the world . . .
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100 Ways for a Chicken to Train its Human

By Diane Parker
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Diane Parker
If you think you are in charge of your chickens, prepare for a change in the pecking order. From Fowl Play to Hen-tertainment, in this hilarious collection by Diane Parker the chickens show us who are really in charge, and what they're really plotting inside their coops! Don't worry about the morning after the night before. Unmade nests, broken eggs and scattered food -your human will not even notice the difference and they always have spare time to clean up after you. Free range means you have the right to roam. However you choose to do it, escape on a regular basis and refuse to return until you are ready. Try to tip your food hopper up so all the corn spills. That way your human will have to refill it on a more regular basis.
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100 Ways a Horse is Better than a Man

By Tina Bettison
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Tina Bettison
From the writer of One Hundred Ways to live with a Horse Addict and One Hundred Ways for a Horse to Train Its Human, this hilarious collection is the perfect gift for the entire female horse-loving population!If your stallion is getting to be rather too much of a handful you can have his testicles removed to calm him down and make him more compliant. Men seem to object to this. You won't have to meet your horse's parents before you commit to each other, nor will you ever have to spend Christmas with them.Horses don't cancel dates at the last minute with lame excuses. You cancel the date with them when they really are lame.
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100 Ways to Simplify Your Life

By Joyce Meyer
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Joyce Meyer
Many want a simple life, but find it difficult to actually live that way. They fight a constant battle to balance work, family, friends, and other demands on schedules stretched too thin. Joyce Meyer breaks it down to the simple principle of exercising faith rather than doubt and confidence rather than people-pleasing. She writes from her experience of struggling to balance work, family, friends, and all the other demands on limited time to show readers the simple answer to a simpler life.Joyce gives these and other practical and easy to implement ideas for finding real joy:· Live to glorify God · Let go of what lies behind · Choose your battles · Don't be afraid of what people think · Trust God to change other people · Live with margin · Don't be so hard on yourself · Stop doing things you don't do well · Remember that God is for you.Joyce reminds readers that the Bible is full of examples of God's provision and His instruction to focus on one day at a time. She encourages readers to set themselves free by realizing they don't have to do, fix, or manage everything. By embracing the fact that God is on their side they will be encouraged that he will help find a way to live a simple life.
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26 Steps to Heaven

By J. John
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J. John
Inspirational writer and speaker J John distils the wisdom of generations of enlightened thinkers into a powerful, life-enhancing anthology.From Ability to Zeal, through Honesty, Love and Perseverance, John presents an A to Z of qualities that - combined - make the world a better place. In his brief summary on each, he demonstrates what each of us can do to bring us closer - step by step - to a state closer to heaven. Earth is, after all, heaven's dress rehearsal.Inspiring anthology for all seeking a life that will make a difference.
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