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Inequity in the Technopolis: Race, Class, Gender, and the Digital Divide in Austin

by Joseph Straubhaar, Jeremiah Spence & Zeynep Tufekci

Over the past few decades, Austin, Texas, has made a concerted effort to develop into a "technopolis," becoming home to companies such as Dell and numerous start-ups in the 1990s. It has been a model for other...


Stand and Prosper: Private Black Colleges and Their Students

by Henry N. Drewry & Humphrey Doermann

Stand and Prosper is the first authoritative history in decades of black colleges and universities in America. It tells the story of educational institutions that offered, and continue to offer, African Americans...


Fawlty Towers

by Graham McCann

Fawlty Towers was only on our screens for 12 half-hour episodes, but it has stayed in our lives ever since. The Major; 'Don't mention the war!'; 'He's from Barcelona'; Basil the Rat -- everyone has a favourite...


His Light in Our Darkness

by Fiona Castle

Fiona Castle's anthologies have been very popular. In her latest she primarily addresses women and in a beautiful collection of poetry and prose she explores the theme of thankfulness and gratitude. Preceded...


Words of Life May - August 2012

by The Salvation Army

The theme of WORDS OF LIFE for 2012 is faith. This edition looks at our 'Faith Journey'. Beginning with a series on prayer, we then have the Israelites moving into the Promised Land. Observing the rise of a...


Epiphanies of the Ordinary: Encounters That Change Lives

by 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...


Barley and the Duck Race: The Railway Rabbits Book 9

by Georgie Adams & Anna Currey

Meet the Railway Rabbits! Join the irrepressible Longears family as they get in and out of scrapes, meet new friends, and perform daring rescues. But Burdock the buzzard and the terrifying Red Dragon, are always...


72 Hours

by Frank Pope

August 5th 2005. On a secret mission to an underwater military installation thirty miles off the coast of Kamchatka, Russian Navy submersible AS-28 ran into a web of cables and stuck fast. With 600 feet of freezing...


All Fired Up: Tales of a Country Fireman

by Malcolm Castle

Nothing about the county fire service was quite what Malcolm expected when he joined the watch in Shrewsbury. As the newest member of the service he was first in line when swans terrorised the high street -...


Last Summer in Arcadia

by Deirdre Purcell

The tension is palpable as Tess and Jerry Brennan sit in the drawing room of their wonderful house high above the sea, waiting for the police to arrive. Tess is facing the consequences of her own actions, innocently...


The Glittering Fields

by Patricia Shaw

Following the tragic death of their father, Clem Price and his sister Alice take over the running of Lancoorie sheep station in Western Australia. Despite his youth and inexperience, Clem is determined to see...


An Eagle in the Airing Cupboard

by Rex Harper

AN EAGLE IN THE AIRING CUPBOARD picks up where Rex Harpers first book, AN OTTER ON THE AGA, left off. It follows the fortunes of the Cornish RSPCA centre through one of its most testing twelve months. Once more...


Diabetic Eye Disease: A Comprehensive Review

by Alejandro Espaillat

Diabetic Eye Disease: A Comprehensive Review details all aspects of how diabetes mellitus affects the entire eye. 


The Wine-Dark Sea

by Robert Aickman

Peter Straub called Robert Aickman 'this century's most profound writer of what we call horror stories'. Aickman's 'strange stories' (his preferred term for them) are a subtle exploration of psychological displacement...


The Unsettled Dust

by Robert Aickman

Robert Aickman, the supreme master of the supernatural, brings together eight stories where strange things happen that the reader is unable to predict. His characters are often lonely and middle-aged but all...


Cold Hand in Mine

by Robert Aickman

Cold Hand in Mine was first published in the UK in 1975 and in the US in 1977. The story 'Pages from a Young Girl's Journal' won the Aickman World Fantasy Award in 1975. It was originally published in The Magazine...


The Last Sherlock Holmes Story

by Michael Dibdin

There can be no question that the contents of this book will prove extremely controversial. Many people will be deeply shocked by the nature of Watson's statement. Many will no doubt prefer to reject it rather...


Our Street: A Chronicle Written in the Heart of Fascist Germany

by Jan Petersen

If ever a book had an unusual genesis. It belongs to that hybrid category 'faction', but the choice wasn't a literary contrivance, it was dictated by life-threatening circumstances. In the author's own words:...


Horse Power and Magic

by George Ewart Evans

The pioneering oral historian, George Ewart Evans, began to record the farming ways of East Anglia in the 1950s by listening to old men and women whose memories went back more than fifty or sixty years. Many...


Rodmoor

by John Cowper Powys

Rodmoor is, unusually for a John Cowper Powys novel, set in East Anglia, Rodmoor itself being a coastal village. The protagonist, Adrian Sorio, is a typically Powys-like hero, highly-strung with only precarious...