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Model Making for Architects

by Matt Driscoll

Model making is a beautiful and skilful craft, and architectural model making is a vital part of the building process. The architectural model is often the first time that a building is visualized in 3D. It...


From Musket to Metallic Cartridge: A Practical History of Black Powder Firearms

by Oyvind Flatnes

From Musket to Metallic Cartridge is an historical introduction to the use of black powder firearms, from the primitive smooth-bore musket to breech-loading cartridge guns, as well as a primer on their practical...


Making Urban Buildings for Model Railways

by David Wright

This fascinating book is aimed at all those modellers who wish to create a model railway set in an urban landscape. It covers the selection and the construction of a wide range of urban buildings, and presents...


Mannahatta: A Natural History of New York City

by Eric W. Sanderson & Markley Boyer

On September 12, 1609, Henry Hudson first set eyes on the land that would become Manhattan. It's difficult for us to imagine what he saw, but for more than a decade, landscape ecologist Eric Sanderson has been...


The Battle of Montevideo: Celtic Under Siege

by Brian Belton

The 1967 World Club Championship decider between Celtic and Racing Club of Buenos Aires was one of the most violent and controversial matches of all time. Three Celtic players and two from Racing Club were sent...


The Right Way to Play Chess

by David Brine Pritchard

Since its first publication in 1950, The Right Way to Play Chess has taught chess to generations of beginners, taking them to the standard expected of good club players.

It gives full details of exactly how to...


Scattered Leaves

by V.C. Andrews

She was supposed to be hidden away. But when the truth is exposed, she can't stay silent....

After tragedy tears her family apart, Jordan March is shipped off by her domineering Grandmother Emma to live with...


Desperate Hoodwives

by Meesha Mink & De'nesha Diamond

Now in mass market, the first book in a drama-drenched series.

These four women will do anything to escape the hood.

Aisha has what every other ghetto girl envies: a loving man who supplies her with all the fashion,...


Wall Smacker - The saga of the speedway

by Peter De Paolo

“ …The pages that follow are not offered as an attempt at literary style or excellence. I am far from being a writer, and, to tell the truth, “Wall Smacker” was the hardest task I’ve ever undertaken....


Feeding the Monster

by Seth Mnookin

When the Boston Red Sox won the World Series on October 27, 2004, they made history. Their stunning comeback against the New York Yankees and their four-game annihilation of the St. Louis Cardinals capped one...


The Art Of Destruction: The Films Of The Vienna Aktion Group

by Stephen Barber

The Vienna Aktion Group formed the most provocative, insurgent and challenging of all the worldwide art movements of the 1960s. Their sexually-charged and anti-social actions exacted a profound and irreparable...


The Turtle Tamer of Istanbul

by Gianluca Costantini & Elettra Stamboulis

A graphic novel that recounts the life of the extraordinary intellectual Osman Hamdi Bey, painter, politician, archeologist and founder of the most important cultural institutions of 20th century Turkey. In...


100 Flowers and How They Got Their Names

by Diana Wells & Ippy Patterson

Illustrations by Ippy Patterson. From Baby Blue Eyes to Silver Bells, from Abelia to Zinnia, every flower tells a story. Gardening writer Diana Wells knows them all. Here she presents one hundred well-known...


IronFit Secrets for Half Iron-Distance Triathlon Success: Time-Efficient Training for Triathlon's Most Popular Distance

by Don Fink & Melanie Fink

Why is the Half Iron-Distance the most popular triathlon distance? Because it is the perfect length for busy athletes with demanding career and family responsibilities. Full Iron-Distance races require such...


Conversations with Cosmo: At Home with an African Grey Parrot

by Betty Jean Craige & Irene Pepperberg

In Conversations with Cosmo: At Home with an African Grey Parrot, Dr. Betty Jean Craige tells the story of her parrot's education in the language and culture of her human friends. Cosmo is a seven-year-old female...


Emanuel Lasker: Second World Chess Champion

by Isaak Linder

The ChessCafe World Chess Champions Series Emanuel Lasker was a great chess fighter, thinker and researcher. He was possessed of gigantic playing strength, retaining the title of World s Number One Chessplayer...


A Practical Guide to Rook Endgames

by Nikolay Minev & Yasser Seirawan

Rook endgames represent approximately half of all endings reached in master games, so, it's vital that chess players thoroughly familiarize themselves with this critical part of endgame study. Improve understanding...


Jose Raul Capablanca: Third World Chess Champion (Chesscafe World Chess Champions Series) (the World Chess Champions Seri

by Isaak Linder

The name of Jose Raul Capablanca (1888-1942), the third world champion, is indelibly inscribed in the annals of chess history. Capablanca s technique, intuition, remarkably quick calculation, and sense for elegant...


Paul Morphy: A Modern Perspective

by Valeri Beim

In 1857, a soft-spoken genius from New Orleans burst upon the chess scene. Paul Morphy dazzled the chess world with breathtaking combinations that seemed to arise from thin air. In his brief chess career, he...


Modern Ideas in Chess

by Richard Réti

Richard Reti was a formidable over the board grandmaster as shown by his victories at the splendid tournaments of Kaschau 1918, Gothenburg 1920 and Teplitz Schonau 1922. His victims included Capablanca, Alekhine...