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The Little Book of Ghosts

by Paul Adams

This little gem of a book is a repository of intriguing, fascinating, obscure, strange and entertaining facts and trivia about ghosts and all things that go bump in the night. Within this volume are such chapters...


50 Shades of Rust

by Tom Cotter

101 barn-find tales sure to entice any car collector. In recent years, the quest to find and restore forgotten automotive gems has generated a cult-like following - a very large cult-like following. So large,...


Suffering in Silence: Exploring the Painful Truth: The Saddle-Fit Link to Physical and Psychological Trauma in Horses

by Jochen Schleese

Humans and horses have been joined for thousands of years, and for much of that time, one thing has served as the primary point of physical contact between them: the saddle.

However, for many horses and many...


Strange Material: Storytelling through Textiles

by Leanne Prain

The art of storytelling through textiles, inviting readers to consider the many ways in which narrative can be expressed through


Tin Fish Gourmet: Gourmet Seafood from Cupboard to Table

by Barbara-jo McIntosh & Michel Roux

Quick, inventive, stylish recipes featuring all manners of canned seafood.


Natural Kingdoms

by Rajan Sankaran

In this book, Dr Rajan Sankaran explores why a single pattern repeats itself through every sphere of an individual’s life, despite every effort to change it. Using the Sensation Method of diagnosis, Dr Sankaran...


The CMO's Social Media Handbook: A Step-By-Step Guide for Leading Marketing Teams in the Social Media World

by Peter Friedman

It's a terrific time to be a senior marketing leader-if you're prepared to leverage social effectively, and with time, utilize its power to transform marketing for your brand. In The CMO's Social Media Handbook,...


Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: And Other Lessons from the Crematory

by Caitlin Doughty

A young mortician goes behind the scenes, unafraid of the gruesome (and fascinating) details of her curious profession. Most people want to avoid thinking about death, but Caitlin Doughty—a twenty-something...


Discover Your Nutritional Style: Your Personal Path to a Happy, Healthy and Delicious Life

by Holli Thompson

A nutritional bible for women who want to take control of their health.


Irish Education: The Ministerial Legacy, 1919-99

by Antonia McManus

In this important work, the author analyses the contributions that Minsters for Education made to the Irish education system between the years 1919 and 1999. Covering the social, economic and political realities...


Herd of Birds, Oh How Absurd!: Las Manadas de Aves, Que Absurdo!

by S. J. Bushue & Deb McQueen

So Big and Little Bit™ continue their adventures in bilingual learning to identify several animal group names. You can call a group of cows a herd but you better not use the term "herd" to identify a prickle...


Frog Has No Fur: La Rana No Tiene Pelo

by S. J. Bushue & Deb McQueen

So Big and Little Bit™ have always been friends, never questioning why. This bilingual picture book playfully teaches the readers the differences between Mammals and Amphibians. Parents, kids, teachers and...


Conversations with Jerry Hicks

by Ronald Ritter & Sussan Evermore

Jerry Hicks was Esther's Hicks husband and business partner who sadly passed away on the 18th November 2011. Their success with books, workshops and seminars was never in question and they were the inspiration...


Conversations with Linda McCartney

by Ronald Ritter & Sussan Evermore

Linda McCartney was the wife of ex Beatle Paul McCartney. But what of her inner thoughts and her regrets. Now Listen as Linda reflects and gives advice on her breast cancer, thoughts of Heather Mills and Nancy...


Conversations with George Harrison

by Ronald Ritter & Sussan Evermore

Sitting with Sussan the host and listening to George talk about his life, loves and music became more than what I expected. We talked about Olivia, Dhani his son and 'The Traveling Wilburys'. Whether you are...


EAT OFTEN, FEEL GREAT & LOSE WEIGHT: An Eating Plan to Curb Appetite and Prevent Low Blood Sugar

by Denise Dubé

Are sudden feelings of intense hunger or cravings sabotaging your willpower to lose excess weight once and for all? It is almost impossible to stick to a calorie restricted diet long enough to reach your weight...


Calling on God: Inclusive Christian Prayers for Three Years of Sundays

by Peter Bankson & Sokolove Deborah

A collection of congregational prayers that embrace the rhythm of the traditional lectionary while exploring new imagery and inclusive phrasing. With three years' worth of new prayers, this prayerbook will allow...


Twenty-Four Hours A Day

by Anonymous

Reprint of 1954 Edition. Richard Walker, the author of this work, is the second most popular Twelve Step recovery author in total sales, after Bill Wilson. Walker has helped untold numbers of alcoholics through...


From Hell to Heaven to Hell

by Jim Grundy & Chalfant-Eckert Publising

Inside the pages of this book you will discover a captivating man's story of life growing up poor in West Virginia. The son of a coal miner, drifting after graduation trying to find his way in the world, moving...


Peace At The Last: Leading Funerals Well

by Robert Atwell

Until relatively recently a Church of England funeral was the default option of the majority of the British population. This is no longer the case. Exploring what makes a good funeral, Robert Atwell suggests...