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Mortuary Science: A Sourcebook

by John F. Szabo

Szabo presents a thorough bibliographical examination of the funeral industry and related subjects. Most citations are annotated, with special notes on editions and reprints.


A Beginner's View of Our Electric Universe

by Tom Findlay

Most people just accept that our universe is ruled by gravity; an assumption that is wrong. Evidence instead shows that the force responsible for all the objects and events we observe throughout the universe...


San Antonio Architecture: Traditions and Visions

by San Antonio & Boone Powell

With a history more than 290 years old, San Antonio boasts a diverse, eclectic, and important architectural inventory. From the Spanish Missions of the 17th century to invigorating adaptation and restoration...


Zero Carbon Car: Green Technology and the Automotive Industry

by Brian Long

The Zero Carbon Car examines the hundreds of ways in which car manufacturers are trying to reduce our carbon footprint, and the adaptation of the automotive industry to changing technology in a world where environmental...


Welding

by Richard Lofting

Welding is an essential technique for a wide range of jobs in the workshop. Whether you are new to welding or ready to try the more advanced techniques, this practical guide gives a thorough introduction to...


Mole Catching: A Practical Guide

by Jeff Nicholls

If you are a gardener, groundsman, smallholder or farmer and have a 'mole problem', then this book will be of enormous help to you. Pest-control books normally only devote a paragraph or two to moles and rarely...


Coppicing and Coppice Crafts: A Comprehensive Guide

by Rebecca Oaks & Edward Mills

Coppicing is an ancient method of enhancing woodland biodiversity. The key to successful coppicing is to nurture the new coppice shoots. In return, a coppice will provide an endless supply of wood for a wide...


Just Enough: Lessons in Living Green From Traditional Japan

by Azby Brown

The world has changed immeasurably over the last thirty years, with more, bigger, better being the common mantra. But in the midst of this constantly evolving world, there is a growing community of people who...


Our Own Devices: How Technology Remakes Humanity

by Edward Tenner

This delightful and instructive history of invention shows why National Public Radio dubbed Tenner “the philosopher of everyday technology.” Looking at how our inventions have impacted our world in ways...


Short Circuit: Strengthening Local Economies for Security in an Uncertain World

by Richard Douthwaite

With the deregulation of international trade and a free movement of capital, the world economy is more unstable than ever and liable to economic collapse. So precarious is it that it should no longer be relied...


Night Fighters: A Development and Combat History

by Bill Gunston

From its beginnings during World War I, the role of the dedicated night fighter aircraft and its pilots in the 21st century has evolved greatly. This work reflects the massive changes in technology and in tactics....


Humphry Davy: Life Beyond the Lamp

by T E Thorpe

Born in Penzance in 1778, Humphry Davy's scientific reputation grew with his pioneering discoveries of nitrous oxide (laughing gas), sodium, calcium and the invention of the miners' Davy lamp.


Jet Pioneers: Gloster and the Birth of the Jet Age

by Tim Kershaw

In April 1941 Britain's first jet left the ground at a grass airfield 4 miles from Gloucester Cathedral. It was the start of a revolution in air travel, military and civilian. During the 1940s Britain's first-ever...


The Archaeology of Disease

by Charlotte A Roberts & Keith Manchester

The Archaeology of Disease shows how the latest scientific and archaeological techniques can be used to identify the common illnesses and injuries that humans suffered from in antiquity. In order to give a vivid...


Nails, Noggins and Newels: An Alternative History of Every House

by Bill Laws

Crammed with fascinating facts about the everyday bric-a-brac of the house in which you live, Nails, Noggins and Newels is written in a lively, informal style which will appeal to any DIY enthusiast. Starting...


Spitfire's Forgotten Designer: The Career of Supermarine's Joe Smith

by Mike Roussel

Whenever the Spitfire is mentioned the name of its famous designer R J Mitchell comes to mind. However, Mitchell died in June 1937 and never saw his prototype design progress into becoming one of the most famous...


England's Other Cathedrals

by Paul Jeffery

The greatest of England's cathedrals are widely considered the country's finest and most famous buildings. Few people realise, however, that in addition to thse outstanding buildings there are many others that...


Letters to a Young Scientist

by Edward O. Wilson

Pulitzer Prize–winning biologist Edward O. Wilson imparts the wisdom of his storied career to the next generation. Edward O. Wilson has distilled sixty years of teaching into a book for students, young and...


Visions of Infinity: The Great Mathematical Problems

by Ian Stewart

It is one of the wonders of mathematics that, for every problem mathematicians solve, another awaits to perplex and galvanize them. Some of these problems are new, while others have puzzled and bewitched thinkers...


Red Rover: Inside the Story of Robotic Space Exploration, from Genesis to the Mars Rover Curiosity

by Roger Wiens

For centuries humankind has fantasized about life on Mars, whether it’s intelligent Martian life invading our planet (immortalized in H.G. Wells’s The War of the Worlds) or humanity colonizing Mars (the...