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Between Silk and Cyanide: A Code Maker's War 1941-45

by Leo Marks

NEW, UPDATED EDITION OF ONE OF THE LAST GREAT SECOND WORLD WAR MEMOIRS. In 1942, with a black-market chicken under his arm, Leo Marks left his father's famous bookshop, 84 Charing Cross Road, and went to war....


Cheltenham Town 365

by Jon Palmer

This comprehensive book will evoke memories of all the landmark matches, pivotal departures and arrivals, and significant events since the Robins first took to the field in the late nineteenth century. Compiled...


The People of Devon in the First World War

by David Parker

This beautifully illustrated social history of Devon during the First World War examines the cultural changes brought about during this period. Every sector of society felt the impact of the war acutely. People...


The Story of Billericay

by Charles Phillips

Billericay in Essex was originally a prehistoric settlement. This book tells the story from those times, through the Roman occupation, its eclipse and its subsequent rise in importance. It describes the change...


Over a Hot Stove: Life below stairs in Britain¿s great houses: the charming memoirs of a 1930s kitchen maid

by Flo Wadlow

This delightful memoir provides a unique ‘Upstairs, Downstairs’ account of what life was really like in a bygone era

At the age of sixteen, Flo Wadlow left her family to begin what would become a distinguished...


Political Election Debates: Informing Voters about Policy and Character

by William L. Benoit

Political Election Debates: Informing Voters about Policy and Character presents theory and research on political leaders debates. Election debates in the U.S. (presidential primary, presidential general, vice...


An Exploration of Effectiveness in the Regulation of Federal Depository Institutions, 1989 2008: Striving for Balance

by Mike Potter

This book is an applied study of regulatory policymaking. It investigates the qualities that make regulators effective and concludes that effective regulators balance a public interest orientation with openness...


The Science of Premonitions: How Knowing the Future Can Help Us Avoid Danger, Maximize Opportunities, and Create a Better Life

by Larry Dossey

"Larry Dossey is one of America's most important thinkers. When he talks, I listen." -Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love

In the New York Times bestseller, Healing Words, Dr. Dossey investigated...


Shakespeare and the Body Politic

by Dustin A. Gish, Bernard J. Dobski & Joseph Alulis

The chapters in Shakespeare and the Body Politic examine the tensions between the passion and ambition of individuals and the limits of the political communities that encompass and inform them. Shakespeare provides...


Young Mr. Roosevelt: FDR's Introduction to War, Politics and Life

by Stanley Weintraub

A striking exploration of the formative years in FDR’s unparalleled public career during World War I


The Mayor of MacDougal Street [2013 edition]: A Memoir

by Dave Van Ronk & Elijah Wald

The acclaimed inspiration for the new Coen Brothers film Inside Llewyn Davis, a classic memoir of Greenwich Village


The Faces of Justice and State Authority: A Comparative Approach to the Legal Process

by Mirjan R. Damaska

A leading legal scholar provides a highly original comparative analysis of how justice is administered in legal systems around the world and of the profound and often puzzling changes taking place in civil and...


The Religion and Science Debate: Why Does It Continue?

by Harold W. Attridge

Eighty-one years after America witnessed the Scopes trial over the teaching of evolution in public schools, the debate between science and religion continues. In this book scholars from a variety of disciplines—sociology,...


Clean Coal/Dirty Air: Or How the Clean Air ACT Became a Multibillion-Dollar Bail-Out for High-Sulfur Coal Producers

by Bruce Ackerman

A path-breaking effort in constitutional theory which brings a new clarity to the interpretation of the Fifth Amendment's just compensation clause. Essential reading for lawyers concerned with environmental...


The Future of Liberal Revolution

by Bruce Ackerman

Since 1989, the Cold War has ended, new nations have emerged in Eastern Europe, and revolutionary struggles to establish liberal ideals have been waged against repressive governments throughout the world. Will...


Social Justice in the Liberal State

by Bruce Ackerman

This essay has taken up much of my time, and more of my energy, for the past ten years. It has been impossible to be my friend during this period without enduring countless conversations and scribblings devoted...


The Cinema of Me: Self and Subjectivity in First-Person Documentary Film

by Alisa Lebow

When a filmmaker makes a film with herself as a subject, she is already divided as both the subject matter of the film and the subject making the film. The two senses of the word are immediately in play – the...


Hard to Swallow: Hard-Core Pornography on Screen

by Claire Hines & Darren Kerr

Even in our increasingly sexualized culture hard-core pornography and the representation of explicit sex is still hard to swallow. This lively and provocative new collection of essays by leading scholars explores...


The Vampire Film: Undead Cinema

by Jeffrey Weinstock

This introductory volume offers an elegant analysis of the enduring appeal of the cinematic vampire. From Georges Méliès' early cinematic experiments to Twilight and Let the Right One In, the history of vampires...


Security and Profit in China's Energy Policy: Hedging Against Risk

by Oystein Tunsjo

China has developed sophisticated hedging strategies for managing the international petroleum market, maintaining a favorable energy mix, pursuing overseas equity oil production, building a state-owned tanker...