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Tchaikovsky, His Life and Works - With Extracts from His Writings, and the Diary of His Tour Abroad in 1888

by Rosa Newmarch

Rosa Newmarch was an English writer on music. Beginning in 1897 she did a great deal of research on Russian music, making many visits to Russia and working at the Imperial Public Library of Saint Petersburg...

Bruckner - Mahler - Schoenberg

by Dika Newlin

The idea of this book originally came to me during my years of study with Arnold Schoenberg in Los Angeles. At that time I was first introduced to the most "radical" works of Schoenberg-works virtually unknown...

The Trapper's Guide - A Manual of Instructions

by S. Newhouse

Originally published in 1867. The author was the designer and manufacturer of the famous Newhouse range of animal traps. This well illustrated book contains detailed chapters on:- Capturing All Kinds of Fur...

An Account of the Castle and Town of Ruthin

by Richard Newcome

This little book provides a historical account of the castle and the town of Ruthin. Ruthin castle was founded in the year of 1281, by Edward I. King of England, the year before his final success in the conquest...

Prayer - The Art of Believing

by Neville

Prayer is the master key. A key may fit one door of a house, but when it fits all doors it may well claim to be a master key. Such and no less a key is prayer to all earthly problems.

Wet Magic

by Edith Nesbit

When four siblings journey to the seashore for a holiday, one of them unwittingly summons the sister of a mermaid who is captured by a circus, and the children set out to save the imprisoned being. After a daring...

Handloader's Manual - A Treatise on Modern Cartridge Components and Their Assembly by the Individual Shooter Into Accurate Ammunition to Best Suit His

by Earl Naramore

The reasons for handloading ammunition may be summed up as (a) permitting one to obtain the greatest possible accuracy from his rifle, pistol or revolver and (b) providing one with an abundance of ammunition...

Sunday Morning Quarterback

by Vic Carucci & Phil Simms

An in-depth and surprising look at the game, Sunday Morning Quarterback will dramatically change the way you watch football.

You've heard all the football clichés: "Their offense is too predictable," or "They've...

Air Navigation Made Easy

by James Naidich

The purpose of this book is simply to teach you how to fly from Here to There. It will teach you the four principle types of navigation which include celestial navigation, radio navigation, dead reckoning, piloting....

Building an Aviary

by Carl Naether

This book is designed to serve as a helpful, practical guide in aviary construction and its equipment. It will provide a guide to building aviaries to meet the needs of however many birds, kind of birds may...

Jesus - Man of Genius

by J. Middleton Murry

John Middleton Murry was an English writer. He wrote reviews on literature, social issues, politics, and religion during his lifetime. The Jesus who is presented in these pages is simply the Jesus who is real...

Practice of Osteopathy - Its Practical Application to the Various Diseases of the Human Body

by Charles Henry Murray

The object of this book is to present the practical side of osteopathy in a very plain and simple manner. It will be of great assistance to any medical doctor who wish to learn greater knowledge of the science...

Ancient Scottish Lake-Dwellings - Or Crannogs with a Supplementary Chapter on Remains of Lake-Dwellings in England

by Robert Munro

A must read for anybody with an interest in the ancient history of Great Britain, a well researched and in-depth account of life for people living around British lakes thousands of years ago.

The Phenomena of Astral Projection

by Sylvan Muldoon

Astral projection is an interesting subject with some people convinced of its validity. With this historic guide to the topic, you can read how it was viewed at the turn of the 20th century during the peak of...

Bobby Brown and the Bunkin

by D. Barbara Muir

A wonderful tale of the adventures of Bobby and the Bunkin illustrated by D. Barbara Muir. Pook Press celebrates the Golden Age of Illustration. During this period, the popularity, abundance and - most importantly...

Manx Fairy Tales

by Sophia Morrison

Sophia Morrison (1859 - 1917) was a Manx cultural activist, folklore collector and author. Through her own work and through her role in encouraging and enthusing others, she is considered to be one of the key...

A Tale of the House of the Wolfings and All the Kindreds of the Mark Written in Prose and in Verse

by William Morris

A beautifully translated Scandinavian epic poem. Full of stark beauty, heroes and heroines, this is a real treat for any fan of Icelandic literature.

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Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries #17

by Mary Daheim

A bum hip has bed-and-breakfast hostess Judith McMonigle Flynn limping off to Good Cheer Hospital -- a questionable "haven of healing" where two recent patients didn't make the cut after routine surgery. Judith's...

Where the Blue Begins - Illustrated by Arthur Rackham

by Christopher Morley

Pook Press celebrates the great Golden Age of Illustration in children's literature. Many of the earliest children's books, particularly those dating back to the 1850s and before, are now extremely scarce and...

The Right Way to Pig Keeping and Breeding

by Alan Morley

Raising your own pigs can be very rewarding personally and financially, with this fantastic guide you can learn to make a sty, feed, raise and breed your own herd.