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Shiny Things

by Leonard Diepeveen & Timothy van Laar

Shiny Things combines an interest in visual art with a broad attention to popular culture – the wideness of its range is striking. It is more than just an expansion of subject matter, which many of today’s...


The Spanish Daughter: Sneak Peek

by Lorena Hughes

Be one of the first to read this sneak peek from the award-winning author of The Sisters of Alameda Street, set against the lush backdrop of early twentieth century Ecuador and inspired by the real-life history...


Up from Mississippi

by James E. Darnell

How did a young native of the American South, raised in an era of racism and segregation, rise to a highly decorated position at the forefront of molecular biology research? Up from Mississippi follows the remarkable...


The Urban Challenge

by Pierre-André de Chalendar

Once the seductive symbol of sophistication and unlimited possibility, the city has become synonymous in our imagination with sprawl, stress, pollution—even the propagation of disease. How do we reawaken the...


Brand'D

by Bobby Blakdout & Robert W Lindsey

Top Chart DJ and Producer, Bobby Blakdout has promoted music featuring RIAA GOLD/PLATINUM Artists, BILLBOARD TOP 100 Artists as well as GRAMMY WINNERS & ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS! He is now giving YOU the secrets...


A Vocation at Risk

by James A. Bryant

New teachers need a resource which will accomplish three things. First, a work is needed that gives them the imminently practical information that they will need to succeed in their careers. This information...


The Child in the Electric Chair

by Eli Faber & Carol Berkin

At 7:30 a.m. on June 16, 1944, George Junius Stinney Jr. was escorted by four guards to the death chamber. Wearing socks but no shoes, the 14-year-old Black boy walked with his Bible tucked under his arm. The...


Spies, Lies, and Exile

by Somon Kuper

“Fascinating, rich, and probing . . . a beguiling and endlessly interesting portrait”—The Wall Street Journal

For fans of John le Carré and Ben Macintyre, an exclusive first-person account of one of the...


Banning the Bomb, Smashing the Patriarchy

by Ray Acheson

With so much at stake, from climate change and reproductive rights to threats from weapons of mass destruction and police brutality, the last decade has seen ordinary people take to the streets to challenge...


Accidental Flowers

by Lily Peters

Set mostly in the north of the UK, in a near future. Women march together in protest at a government reneging on climate promises. Two glorified paper pushers in Spain help British ex-pats escape a heatwave...


Atlas of Diagnostic Cytology

by Elena Martínez de Merlo

Diagnostic cytology requires the most accurate cell identification possible, and this is best achieved with the help of numerous images that show the most characteristic and distinguishing features of cytological...


Practical Guide to Laboratory Test Interpretation and Differential Diagnosis. Haematology and Biochemistry

by Ignacio López & Ignacio Mesa

This is a technical-scientific manual describing the main algorithms used for differential diagnosis in the field of haematology and biochemistry. The objective of this book is to optimize the work of veterinarians...


Quick Guidebook to Canine and Feline Ophtalmology. 2nd edition

by Javier Esteban

The aim of this guide is to provide both the vet and the student with a quick reference guide to enable them to easily recognise the most common ophthalmological ailments seen in daily practice. The more than...


Charm your Clients. Neuromarketing for Vets

by Miguel Ángel Valera Arnanz, Inmaculada Pérez Madrigal & Núria Tabares Rivero

Why do people buy things? What tools can we use to convince clients and sell our services? In this work, the authors offer their more than 20 years of experience working in different areas of a veterinary practice....


This Will Do...

by Thomas Ogden

This Will Do... is a gripping story of three young people whose attempts to make a life for themselves are at times misdirected, sometimes self-defeating, and now and again sufficiently successful to make something...


Simone Biles (Ultimate Sports Heroes)

by Charlotte Browne

This is the story of one of the world's best gymnasts and her journey to greatness.

She can jump, twist and somersault better than anyone else on Earth. With more medals than any other American gymnast, Simone...


Green Green Green

by Gillian Osborne

The color green is at the center of the spectrum. For earlier writers like Emily Dickinson or William Blake, the green world was a space of haunting, irreconcilable, opposites: life and death, human and vegetal,...


Boxers of Rhondda

by Gareth Jones

The Rhondda Valleys have always produced hard men. The descendants of those who flocked there in the nineteenth century to work in the expanding coalfield combined to form a special kind of society, in which...


Women of the White House

by Amy Russo

  • US current affairs journalist Amy Russo explores the changing face of the role of FLOTUS, and how they have influenced the policy and public perception of the White House. A timely examination of these women...


The Island

by Mary Grand

The Island - where everyone knows everyone, and secrets are impossible to keep...

‘Be careful, you don’t know them as well as you think. Remember - anyone can kill.’

Juliet has returned to the Isle of...