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Effective Business Writing in a Week: Teach Yourself

By Martin Manser
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Martin Manser
Most of us spend hours every day typing emails and other documents at work, yet howmany of us have ever had any training in writing skills? New and aspiring managersfind themselves having to write advertising copy or press releases, while manybusinesses want to engage successfully online. Effective Business Writing in a week isa practical guide to better communication at work, whether through more traditionalforms such as business reports or through email, websites and social media.Keywords:StyleStructureEmailBusiness reportsPresentationsLettersAdvertisingPress releasesLetterssocial mediawebsite copy
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Eternally Yours (Immortal Beloved Book Three)

By Cate Tiernan
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Cate Tiernan
At the end of DARKNESS FALLS, the second Immortal Beloved novel, Nastasya has fought back against the dark immortals with her own brand of magick... but can she fight against true love? In the exhilarating finale to the Immortal Beloved trilogy, Nastasya ends a 450-year-old feud and learns what 'eternally yours' really means.
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The Enemy At Home

By Meriol Trevor
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Meriol Trevor
For Seraphine de Trévires, love would have to wait. It was marriage she longed for - marriage to Dominique d'Erlen, traitor and usurper of his brother's estates. But this was the time of the French revolution; armies were on the march and disaster threatened all of Europe. The loveless union was Seraphine's only hope of seeing Paris and the glittering world of her dreams. And then she met the handsome English soldier who, left by the French to die in a forgotten dungeon, so completely won her heart that love left her no choice. No choice, but instead an agonizing decision...
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The Edge

By Michael Heppell
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Michael Heppell
The very best didn't get there by accident. The best have a different way of thinking and acting in their daily lives. And it's not enough to just to succeed - they also have an uncontrollable desire - the desire to get better.The good news for the rest of us is that success leaves tracks. Michael Heppell has spent his life studying successful people, attempting to distil what it is that the very best do that others don't. He's interviewed entrepreneurs, personalities and leaders from politics to education. He's studied the daily habits of the elite and during this time he's uncovered what they do that gives them 'The Edge'. By identifying and distilling this knowledge you'll discover how you can use this same insight.It's time to find your Edge.
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  • Euthanasia: All That Matters

    By Richard Huxtable
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    Richard Huxtable
    The Dignitas clinic in Switzerland may be a long way away. But the issues around euthanasia can suddenly become very close to home. To many, it seems remarkable that in a society where freedom of choice is eulogised, thousands of people find that there is one last choice that they are not free to make. But as this book will show, euthanasia is an issue at the intersection of new technology, old laws, and timeless ethical quandaries, so that even apparently clear-cut cases have many contradictions. Drawing on the latest research and cases from around the world, Richard Huxtable drills deep into the key issues around euthanasia. His is a new, balanced look at an important issue, and it will appeal to lawyers, medical students and - most importantly - those who find themselves or their relatives faced with end of life dilemmas.
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    Eve in Hollywood

    By Amor Towles
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    Amor Towles
    Near the end of Amor Towles's bestselling novel RULES OF CIVILITY, the fiercely independent Evelyn Ross boards a train from New York to Chicago to visit her parents, but never disembarks. Six months later, she appears in a photograph in a gossip magazine exiting the Tropicana Club on Sunset Boulevard on the arm of Olivia de Havilland. In this chain of six richly detailed and atmospheric stories, each told from a different perspective, Towles unfolds the events that take Eve to the heart of old Hollywood. Beginning in the dining car of the Golden State Limited in September 1938, we follow Eve to the elegant rooms of the Beverly Hills Hotel, the fabled tables of Antonio's, the amusement parks on the Santa Monica piers, the afro-Cuban dance clubs off Central Avenue, and ultimately the set of Gone with the Wind. With the glamour and grit of the studio system's golden age as a backdrop, Towles introduces in each story a memorable new character whose fate may well be altered by their encounter with Eve. But in following the thread of these varied encounters, we also watch as Eve forges a new and unexpected life for herself in late 1930s Los Angeles.
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    The Eleventh Hour

    By Nick Brown
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    Nick Brown
    Syria, 262 AD. Imperial agent Abascantius has failed his superiors and now faces the unwelcome prospect of a return to the legions. With only hours to work with, he will need resourcefulness and ruthlessness in equal measure if he is to salvage the situation and save himself. From Agent of Rome author Nick Brown, this compelling short story is set in the violent, corrupt underbelly of third century Antioch.
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    The End of Your Life Book Club

    By Will Schwalbe
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    Will Schwalbe
    'A wonderful book about wonderful books and mothers and sons and the enduring braid between them.' - Mitch Albom, author of Tuesdays With Morrie'a true meditation on what books can do.' - Edmund de Waal, author of The Hare with Amber EyesMary Anne Schwalbe is waiting for her chemotherapy treatments when Will casually asks her what she's reading. The conversation they have grows into tradition: soon they are reading the same books so they can have something to talk about in the hospital waiting room. Their choices range from classic (Howards End) to popular (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), from fantastic (The Hobbit) to spiritual (Jon Kabat-Zinn), with many in between. We hear their passion for reading and their love for each other in their intimate and searching discussions. A profoundly moving testament to the power of love between a child and parent, and the power of reading in our lives.
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    Elisabeth Smith Traveller's: German

    By Elisabeth Smith
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    Elisabeth Smith
    Looking for a German course that works quickly? Learn all the language you need for travelling, shopping, ordering food, staying in a hotel and more. This is your essential guide to getting out and really speaking.In just 35 minutes a day for six weeks you'll be ready to get out and about and make the most of your holiday.-Listen, read and learn wherever you are with this book and online audio course.-Learn 450 useful words and expressions for your travels.-Use the handy flashcards for extra practice and revision.-No complicated grammar - just the essentials for speaking."Fast, fun and easy"The IndependentThe audio for this course is available for free from the Teach Yourself Library app or can be streamed at library.teachyourself.com.
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    Elisabeth Smith Traveller's: Italian

    By Elisabeth Smith
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    Elisabeth Smith
    Looking for an Italian course that works quickly? Learn all the language you need for travelling, shopping, ordering food, staying in a hotel and more. This is your essential guide to getting out and really speaking.In just 35 minutes a day for six weeks you'll be ready to get out and about and make the most of your holiday.-Listen, read and learn wherever you are with this book and online audio course.-Learn 450 useful words and expressions for your travels.-Use the handy flashcards for extra practice and revision.-No complicated grammar - just the essentials for speaking."Fast, fun and easy"The IndependentThe audio for this course is available for free on library.teachyourself.com or from the Teach Yourself Library app.
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    Elisabeth Smith Traveller's: French

    By Elisabeth Smith
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    Elisabeth Smith
    Looking for a French course that works quickly? Learn all the language you need for travelling, shopping, ordering food, staying in a hotel and more. This is your essential guide to getting out and really speaking.In just 35 minutes a day for six weeks you'll be ready to get out and about and make the most of your holiday.-Listen, read and learn wherever you are with this book and online audio course.-Learn 450 useful words and expressions for your travels.-Use the handy flashcards for extra practice and revision.-No complicated grammar - just the essentials for speaking."Fast, fun and easy"The IndependentThe audio for this course is available for free from the Teach Yourself Library app or can be streamed at library.teachyourself.com.
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    Elisabeth Smith Traveller's: Spanish

    By Elisabeth Smith
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    Elisabeth Smith
    Looking for a Spanish course that works quickly? Learn all the language you need for travelling, shopping, ordering food, staying in a hotel and more. This is your essential guide to getting out and really speaking.In just 35 minutes a day for six weeks you'll be ready to get out and about and make the most of your holiday.-Listen, read and learn wherever you are with this book and online audio course.-Learn 450 useful words and expressions for your travels.-Use the handy flashcards for extra practice and revision.-No complicated grammar - just the essentials for speaking."Fast, fun and easy"The IndependentThe audio for this course is available for free from the Teach Yourself Library app or can be streamed at library.teachyourself.com.
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    Erskine's Box

    By Kym Lloyd
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    Kym Lloyd
    Erskine Flesching, our unreliable narrator, admits that he's 40; that he returned three years ago to his childhood home by the sea to live with his mother, who he hasn't seen since he was 10; and that he has been a successful opera singer. What he won't spell out is which part of him a dog bit off when he was a child; that what he obsessively carves out of wood are penises; or why so many people from his past - father, sister, lover and patroness - seem to be dead. And he appears to be addressing a young woman who has stolen both his heart and secrets, and is locked up in his private sanctuary. Is she dead too? Can he be trusted? Is this just wish fulfilment or a madman's confession? Like a demented spider, Erskine Flesching spins his victims and his readers into his web. By the end you don't know who's been had.
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  • Elixir (A Covenant Novella)

    By Jennifer L. Armentrout
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    Jennifer L. Armentrout
    Aiden St. Delphi will do anything to save Alex.Even if it means doing the one thing he will never forgive himself for.Even if it means making war against the gods.The incredible must-read novella told from Aiden's perspective, picking up where the nail-biting ending of DEITY left off...
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    Everybody Matters

    By Mary Robinson
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    Mary Robinson
    Shortlisted for the Political Book Awards 2013 Political Book of the YearThe first woman President of Ireland, who became UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson has spent her life in pursuit of a fairer world.Now, for the first time, she reveals what lies behind the vision, strength and determination that has helped her to achieve so much for human rights around the globe.She describes the upbringing which gave her her strong sense of values and how she came into painful conflict with her parents - marrying against their wishes and, later, helping to legalise contraception in a deeply Catholic Ireland.As a barrister she won landmark cases advancing the causes of women and the marginalised against the prejudices of the day. When - to the surprise of many - she became the first woman President of Ireland in 1990, she put Ireland firmly on the international stage.Accepting the position of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in 1997 was her biggest challenge and here she describes the huge political difficulties she encountered among the many triumphs. Subsequently, based in New York, she led Realizing Rights for eight years, pioneering how to implement in practice economic and social rights: working in African countries on health, decent work, corporate responsibility and women's empowerment in peace and security. Now heading her own Climate Justice foundation she has succeeded in finding the independence she needs to work effectively on behalf of the millions of poor around the world most affected by climate change. Told with the same calm conviction and modest pride that has guided her life, Everybody Matters will inspire everyone who reads it with the belief that each of us can, in our own way, help to change the world for the better.
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    The Exiled

    By Posie Graeme-Evans
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    Posie Graeme-Evans
    The second volume of the Anne saga, set in the world of Philippa Gregory's White Queen during the Wars of the Roses. Anne de Bohun has a dark secret. A secret that threatens her life, and the future of the kingdom of England itself. Raised as a peasant girl, Anne's gift for healing saw her thrust into the dangerous heart of court affairs, and under the spell of the greatest love of her life, King Edward himself. Yet theirs is a forbidden passion, for Anne is the illegitimate daughter of Henry VI, the king usurped by the man she loves. Now exiled in Brugge, Anne struggles to find peace in a dangerous world of treachery and suspicion, where enemies masquerade as allies, and someone very powerful wants her dead.
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    Epiphanies of the Ordinary

    By Charlie Cleverly
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    Charlie Cleverly
    Through his work as a vicar both in Paris and Oxford, Charlie Cleverly has become passionate about the need to feed our love for God through every means possible, and to find ways of holding on to the love we have for God. This book is the result of that passion.Exploring moments in the Bible where God breaks through into the daily run of life, EPIPHANIES OF THE ORDINARY shows how God used these moment to change the lives of key Bible characters, drawing out the parallels with how God might intervene in our lives. With every event we get a clearer picture of the rounded relationship God wants with each of us, and how this is built up through the ins and outs of daily interaction, and occasionally through life-changing revelations.Culturally relevant and highly readable, Charlie Cleverly's challenge to follow God with our whole hearts will help you move forwards with God, and grab hold once more of the deep enthusiasm for God's plans that we all long for.
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    Enter the Saint

    By Leslie Charteris
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    Leslie Charteris
    Simon Templar is the Saint - daring, dazzling, and just a little disreputable. On the side of the law, but standing outside it, he dispenses his own brand of justice one criminal at a time.In these three early adventures, the Saint's reputation starts to rise, as he tackles thieves, smugglers and killers. In The Man Who Was Clever he outwits Edgar Hayn, a drug smuggler who thinks he's smarter than everyone. In The Policeman with Wings he stays one step ahead of Inspector Teal in the hunt for diamonds on Dartmoor and in The Lawless Lady one of the Saint's gang helps him deal with sea-faring swindlers, only to fall in love.
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    The Empty House

    By Rosamunde Pilcher
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    Rosamunde Pilcher
    Virginia Keile has a secret dream. To have a second chance at loving the tall, handsome Cornish farmer she met - and foolishly lost - the heady summer she was a debutante. Life has taught Virginia a great deal in twenty-seven years - about wedding a titled bachelor picked out by her mother, about a lonely marriage that ended in her husband's accidental death, and about nearly losing her children to her husband's mother and bossy Nanny. Now she has come back to picturesque Cornwall to rent a battered seaside cottage. For herself and for the children. And to discover if this time she can fill an empty house with love.
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  • The Edge of Nowhere

    By Elizabeth George
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    Elizabeth George
    Becca King and her mother are on the run from her stepfather who has used Becca's talent for hearing 'whispers' to make a large and illegal sum of money. Now their options for safety are running out. In the town of Langley on Whidbey Island, Becca finds refuge in the home of her mother's childhood friend while her mother continues on to Canada in search of safety.But on her first day in town Becca meets sixteen years old Derric Mathieson, a Ugandan orphan who was adopted as a ten-year-old by the town's Deputy Sheriff. Derric has a secret that no one on Whidbey Island knows. Derric and Becca form an un-severable bond. Becca is convinced that she's the only person who can truly help him, and just maybe Derric can convince Becca that life is too short to live on the run.
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