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E. J. Hughes Paints British Columbia

by Robert Amos

A retrospective on one of BC’s most famous artists that features beautifully reproduced landscape paintings from all over mainland BC, and unveils new photographs, sketches, and ephemera from the artist’s...

Reproduction on the Reservation

by Brianna Theobald

This pathbreaking book documents the transformation of reproductive practices and politics on Indian reservations from the late nineteenth century to the present, integrating a localized history of childbearing,...

Unveiling The Secret Of Men

by Melusi Nkiwane

Has it ever crossed your mind why men act the way they do? I mean you can be loyal and they will still betray you. The book tries to bridge a gap between the known and the unknown about our Gentleman. Giving...

A Hero of Romance

by Richard Marsh

Fourteen-year-old Bertie Bailey is not exactly an academic powerhouse — instead, he's the kind of kid who's likely to be forced into detention for failing to complete his assignments. When one such punishment...

Tom Ossington's Ghost

by Richard Marsh

Friends Ella and Madge have taken up residence in a long-deserted house that has a reputation for supernatural activity. After a series of strange run-ins with locals, the women are inclined to believe that...

The Datchet Diamonds

by Richard Marsh

The story begins with Miss Daisy Strong who has met a rather fascinating young man named Mr Lawrence whilst in Brighton.

The Crime and the Criminal

by Richard Marsh

In his own era, author Richard Marsh achieved a level of popular acclaim that rivaled—and in some cases even surpassed—that of luminaries such as Bram Stoker. The Crime and the Criminal is a classic mystery...

The Chase of the Ruby

by Richard Marsh

'The Chase of the Ruby' tells a thrilling tale of a mysterious oriental figure who pursues a British politician to London, where he wreaks havoc with his powers of hypnosis and shape-shifting.

The Beetle

by Richard Marsh

Richard Marsh's best-selling supernatural thriller The Beetle: A Mystery, was even more popular than Bram Stoker's Dracula when it was first released; both being published in the same year, 1897. Inflicting...

Miss Arnott's Marriage

by Richard Marsh

This gripping novel begins with a harsh prison sentence being passed down on incorrigible villain Robert Champion and quickly spirals into a complex tale of doomed romance, family entanglements, betrayal and...

Confessions of a Young Lady

by Richard Marsh

Best known for the bestselling supernatural thriller The Beetle, Richard Marsh was an amazingly prolific and versatile writer, penning popular tales in many different genres over the course of his literary career....

A Second Coming

by Richard Marsh

Much of Christian theology is centered around the promise that eventually Christ will make a triumphant return to earth. But what might actually happen when that event finally transpires? That's the fascinating...

A Duel

by Richard Marsh

They say that all is fair in love and war, and in this thriller from renowned British author Richard Marsh, what begins as a story of romance soon turns into something that more closely resembles an armed battle....

Reflections on the origin of Freemasonry

by Nicola Bizzi

It might seem unbelievable or unlikely, and in some way even paradoxical, that an initiatory institution such as Freemasonry – which has several centuries of glorious history and a widespread diffusion all...

Memoirs of Fanny Hill

by John Cleland

Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, better known as Fanny Hill, is one of the most notorious texts in English literature. As recently as 1963 an unexpurgated edition was the subject of a trial, yet in the eighteenth...

Two Treatises of Government

by Unknown & John Locke

In this influential book, John Locke outlines his theory of government. In the first part, he refutes the idea that there is any such thing as the divine right of kings. In the second, he argues that nature...

The Innocence of Father Brown

by G. K. Chesterton

This is the first volume of Chesterton's brilliant, ingenious Father Brown stories, all five of the original Father Brown books have been republished with charming and collectible Penguin covers. With his round...

Tess of the d’Urbervilles

by Thomas Hardy

Set in Hardy's Wessex, Tess is a moving novel of hypocrisy and double standards. Its challenging sub-title, A Pure Woman, infuriated critics when the book was first published in 1891, and it was condemned as...

The Blood is on the Wall

by Felicia Fredlund

The vampires needs humans for only one thing: blood. Any human they capture either becomes their cattle or vampires themselves. Food or killer. The vampires, stronger and faster than humans, decided to stop...

Nichts. Was im Leben wichtig ist. Textanalyse und Interpretation. Königs Erläuterungen Spezial

by Janne Teller & Möbius

Königs Erläuterung Spezial zu Janne Teller: Nichts. Was im Leben wichtig ist - ist eine verlässliche und bewährte Textanalyse und Interpretationshilfe für Schüler und weiterführende Informationsquelle...