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Reimagining War in the 21st Century

by Manabrata Guha

This book interrogates the philosophical backdrop of Clausewitzian notions of war, and asks whether modern, network-centric militaries can still be said to serve the 'political'.


The Eu's Role in World Politics

by Richard Youngs

This book argues that in a range of policy areas - trade, multilateral diplomacy, security, development cooperation, democracy and human rights, energy security - the EU appears to be in retreat from liberal...


Seeker, The: A Novel

by Ann H. Gabhart

Popular author brings alive the strikingly different worlds of the Southern gentry, the simple Shakers, and the ravages of war to weave a touching story of love, freedom, and forgiveness.


Courting Morrow Little: A Novel

by Laura Frantz

With romantic intensity and fascinating historical detail, this novel transports readers to the late 18th century Kentucky frontier.


Walking in Their Sandals: A Guide to First-Century Israelite Ethnic Identity

by Markus Cromhout

This volume invites readers to walk in Israelite sandals, that is, to take a journey of the imagination, and to immerse themselves in the identity, values, and institutions of first-century CE Israelites with...


Every Mother's Son

by Lyn Andrews

Molly and Bernie have been friends forever. As young girls they left Ireland seeking new beginnings in Liverpool. Now they are marrying their sweethearts and looking forward to enjoying the lives they've worked...


Days of Hope

by Lyn Andrews

It?s 1945 and the war is finally over. For the Devlin family in Liverpool, the wartime years have been almost too much to bear. But at long last sisters Grace and Chrissie can return to their normal lives. Level-headed...


A Mother's Love

by Lyn Andrews

Suitable for different mothers, this book tells stories of experiences of motherhood.


Core JavaServer Faces

by David Geary

JavaServer Faces (JSF) is the standard Java EE technology for building web user interfaces. It provides a powerful framework for developing server-side applications, allowing you to cleanly separate visual presentation...


SOA with .NET and Windows Azure: Realizing Service-Orientation with the Microsoft Platform

by Thomas Erl, David Chou & John deVadoss

The Authoritative Guide to Building Service-Oriented Solutions with Microsoft .NET Technologies and the Windows Azure Cloud Computing Platform

In SOA with .NET and Windows Azure, top Microsoft technology experts...


Rush

by Jonathan Friesen

Equal parts romance and heart-pounding action, this novel will leave you absolutely breathless. Join teen Jake King, an adrenaline junkie turned hotshot firefighter, as he struggles with the one risk he cannot...


Oh Carol!

by Carol McGiffin

Carol McGiffin has been on Loose Women almost since it started over a decade ago, and she is known and adored by their millions of viewers as one of the most-loved presenters on the show. She?s brimming with...


The Opium Clerk

by Kunal Basu

Kunal Basu's panoramic first novel follows the vagaries of Hiran's life, and the flow of the opium trade, from Calcutta to Canton. Disguised as a missionary, he survives cholera, piracy and war in China, arriving...


The Wit of Golf

by BARRY JOHNSTON

Building on the huge success of THE WIT OF CRICKET, this is a collection of the funniest golf anecdotes, jokes and stories. A bumper bag of humorous anecdotes and amusing tales from golf's best-loved personalities...


Walking with Angels

by Tony Stockwell

Many of us share the belief that death is not the end and that the spirits of those we have loved and lost live on.After a lifetime of spiritual experiences, Tony has learned how to communicate with advanced...


The Wit of Cricket

by BARRY JOHNSTON

A bumper collection of the funniest anecdotes, jokes and stories from cricket's best-loved personalities. Cricket is a funny old game -- even when rain stops play! Now you can read not only the most popular...


Racists

by Kunal Basu

1855: the most ambitious eugenics experiment begins on a deserted Mediterranean island, pitting a British craniologist, Dr Samuel Bates against his French rival, Jean-Louis Belavoix. Two infants, a black boy...


The Miniaturist

by Kunal Basu

Set in the court of the Emperor Akbar in 16th-century India, this is a richly detailed and sensuous tale of art, sex and political intrigue. Bihzad is the son of the emperor's chief artist and as such, he is...


The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship

by David J. Bodenhamer, John Corrigan & Trevor M. Harris

Geographic information systems (GIS) have spurred a renewed interest in the influence of geographical space on human behavior and cultural development. Ideally GIS enables humanities scholars to discover relationships...


The Life Codes

by Patty Harpenau

In the tradition of The Alchemist comes an internationally bestselling novel based on the author's own mystical journey to discover the seven secrets to creativity, abundance, healing, and love.

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