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Radiant: Towers Trilogy Book One

by Karina Sumner-Smith

Xhea has no magic. Born without the power that everyone else takes for granted, Xhea is an outcast—no way to earn a living, buy food, or change the life that fate has dealt her. Yet she has a unique talent:...


Living with the Reality of Dissociative Identity Disorder: Campaigning Voices

by Lady Xenia Bowlby & Deborah Briggs

This book is the product of a Campaign Day which was organised to raise awareness of Dissociative Identity Disorder ('DID'). The Paracelsus Trust undertook to bring people together, and individuals were enabled...


Ego Damage and Repair: Toward a Psychodynamic Neurology

by J. Allan Hobson

As a psychiatric trainee at Harvard in the early 1960's, Dr Allan Hobson was taught commitment to psychoanalytic theory that was already suspect and is now almost entirely obsolete. Via a series of clinical...


High Stakes: The rise of the Waterhouse dynasty

by Paul Kennedy

Drama, glamour, scandal, success - and very high stakes. The story of Australia's best known horse racing family has it all.

When it comes to racing, the name most Australians associate with the racetrack is...


Saturn Patrol

by E.C. Tubb

Originally written under the pseudonym, King Lang, Saturn Patrol is another fabulous tale from the prolific E. C. Tubb.


The Strange Ones

by R L Fanthorpe

An itinerant French mercenary stumbles into the Valley of the Kings; driven by thirst and crazed by the eastern sun, he crawls through a crevice in an ancient wall... The papyrus roll he found contained weird...


Unknown Destiny

by R L Fanthorpe

An archaeological party in Mesopotamia found a chest of stone tablets in an unknown script. Disaster struck every man who worked on the tablets, every man save one. The stranger who offered his services to the...


Modern Fantasy: The 100 Best Novels

by David Pringle

Pringle presents his selections in chronological order and includes a synopsis of the story, a discussion of the author's overall contribution to fantasy literature, critical commentary on the title's significance,...


The Unseen

by R L Fanthorpe

Legends of the living dead have filled the pages of mythology since time immemorial. If ninety-nine point nine percent of the stories can be explained as hallucinations, tricks of the light, moving shadows or...


The Negative Ones

by R L Fanthorpe

Henderson was a brilliant nuclear physicist until the night he staggered home a pathetic wreck of his former self, raving wildly about flying saucers and a strange being named Ravan. No scientific nation could...


Reactor Xk9

by R L Fanthorpe

Abercrombie was a strangely secretive man even for a top atom scientist. He had peculiar, advanced theories of his own which he would communicate to no one. The Government research project was well provided...


Zero Minus X

by R L Fanthorpe

Man is an intelligent mammal. His intelligence lies in his brain. In mammals the tissues of the central nervous system are irreplaceable. The human brain contains something like 100,000,000,000,000 neurons,...


Atomic Nemesis

by R L Fanthorpe

Alexander Blish was the security chief at Tomloy's, the new nuclear physics research centre. They were doing things in the plant that had never been done before. They were tapping power sources so terrible that...


Out of the Night

by R L Fanthorpe

The sea has always been a symbol of uncontrolled power and infinite movement. Its rhythms are the rhythms of Life itself... for Life began in the primeval oceans... Roger Adams was a man who dreamt of the untold...


The Alien Ones

by R L Fanthorpe

Life on the pioneer planet Orkol was harsh and lonely. Earth settlers found a civilisation of decay, a frustrating shortage of women, outdated machinery and plagues of vicious rodents. The dawn of the green...


The Immortals

by R L Fanthorpe

Xalia was old when the Pyramids were built. Xalia was a woman when Gaza was an untouched coastal plain. Xalia was a woman when Abraham left Ur of the Chaldees. She was not alone. There were others like her....


The Triple Man

by R L Fanthorpe

Psychology recognises the existence of multiple personalities inhabiting the same mind. To the ancients such strange transformations were evidence of demonic possession, and even today there are reputable experts...


Galaxy's Edge

by Douglas Hill

The Edge - the farthest solar system of the civilized galaxy. Its one inhabitable planet, Tallyra, is unconventional, ungovernable an teeming with crooks - and it's where young Jaxie Cade heads when he breaks...


The Lightless Dome

by Douglas Hill

In the shadowed swamps far from Prince Phaedran's fabulous city of Quamarr, a sorcerer tests the fabric of the universe. At his command something stirs in the emptiness beyond the stars. It is incalculably evil,...


Master of Fiends

by Douglas Hill

In a barbaric, demon-infested world, no one stands against the all-powerful magic of the Unnamed Enemy, who is called Master of Fiends. No on except young Jarrel and his three friends - Scythe, Archer and Mandra...