Information comes to light that could prove both dangerous and useful to a man with ambition. Julian Fellowes's Belgravia is a story in 11 episodes published week by week in the tradition of Charles Dickens.
It's time to go on the road with Peppa and this fantastic collection of ten newly recorded stories, perfect for any journey! The stories included are: Peppa Goes on Holiday, Peppa Goes Skiing, Peppa Goes Boating, Peppa's Sandpit, Let's go Shopping Peppa , Happy Birthday Peppa, Peppa's Fishy Friends, George's Balloon, Peppa's New Neighbours, Peppa's Golden Boots.
Carlo Ancelotti is one of the greatest managers of all time, with five Champions League titles to his name. Yet his approach could not be further from the aggressive theatricals favoured by many of his rivals. His understated style has earned him the fierce loyalty of players like David Beckham, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo.
He was definitely dead, whoever he was. He wore a once-black jumper and a pair of shiny tracksuit bottoms. The back of his head was cracked and his hair matted, but it had been foxy before that. A tall man, a skinny rake, another string of piss, now departed. She hadn't gotten a look at his face before she flaked him with the Holy Stone, and she couldn't bring herself to turn him over. One messy murder affects the lives of five misfits who exist on the fringes of Ireland's post-crash society.
The most terrible emergency in Britain's history, the Second World War, required an unprecedented national effort. An exhausted country had to fight an unexpectedly long war and found itself much diminished amongst the victors. The outcome of the war was nonetheless a triumph, not least for a political system that proved well adapted to the demands of a total conflict and for a population who had to make many sacrifices but who were spared most of the horrors experienced in the rest of Europe.
Internationally renowned political commentator Noam Chomsky examines America's pursuit and exercise of power in a post-9/11 world. Noam Chomsky is the world's foremost intellectual activist. Over the last half century, no one has done more to question the great global powers who govern our lives, forensically scrutinizing policies and actions, calling our politicians, institutions and media to account. The culmination of years of work, Who Rules the World? is Chomsky's definitive intellectual investigation into the major issues of our times.
In this brilliant debut, a psychologist finds herself drawn into the dark world of a serial killer - who may be closer than she thinks.... Ray and Marie Benson killed 13 women before they were caught, tried and imprisoned. Five of their victims were never found. Six years later psychologist Alice Quentin discovers a woman's body on the waste ground at Crossbones Yard. The wounds are horrifyingly similar to the Bensons' signature style.
In July 2012, aged 30, Juliet Jacques underwent sex reassignment surgery and felt for the first time that her body matched the person she felt she had been since childhood. Through university and then in a series of dead end clerical jobs, Jacques felt out of place with her surroundings, and with who she really was. Living in Brighton, trying to launch a career as a writer, she navigates the hostilities and misunderstandings of growing up in a time when the mainstream media - and even feminism - fail to acknowledge transgender identity.
Information comes to light that could prove both dangerous and useful to a man with ambition. Julian Fellowes's Belgravia is a story in 11 episodes published week by week in the tradition of Charles Dickens. Belgravia is the story of a secret. A secret that unravels behind the porticoed doors of London's grandest postcode. The story behind the secret will be revealed in weekly bite-sized instalments complete with twists and turns and cliffhanger endings.
When Alice returns to the whimsical world of Underland, all is not well. The Mad Hatter has become horribly and certifiably normal. Soon Alice realizes that the only way to save him is to travel to the past and right old wrongs. But Time may not be on her side - in fact, he might even try to stop her!
The Psy/Changeling world has undergone a staggering transformation and now stands at a crossroads. The Trinity Accord promises a new era of cooperation between disparate races and groups. It is a beacon of hope held together by many hands: old enemies, new allies, and wary loners. But a century of distrust and suspicion can't be so easily forgotten and threatens to shatter Trinity from within at any moment.
Competition has been a common thread in Bill Gates' life since he was born. Both of his parents had competitive careers and expected no less from him. Whether playing sports or excelling in the classroom, he was pressured to excel and rewarded for success. But how can something as simple as winning prizes for soccer games translate into becoming the richest man in the world?
Rhea Jackson had always enjoyed working as personal assistant to billionaire Barrett Mahoney, but it was always business rather than pleasure with a man who came across as being very, very serious. All this changed when Barrett found himself without a date for a business function and with no one else to turn to, he asked Rhea if she would be his "plus one" for the night.
From generating traffic to getting the customers' first purchases and then turning them into advocates, Customer Manipulation is the bible for putting the customer at the heart of your business. In Customer Manipulation, Chloë Thomas, author, podcast host, and founder of eCommerce MasterPlan, provides an easy-to-follow system for growing your sales.
The DI Sean Corrigan Short Story Collection includes four short stories from Luke Delaney's terrifyingly authentic DI Sean Corrigan series: 'Redemption of the Dead', 'The Network', 'The Rain Killer' and 'An Imperfect Killing'.
When human rights lawyer Philippe Sands received an invitation to deliver a lecture in the Western Ukrainian city of Lviv, he began to uncover a series of extraordinary historical coincidences. It set him on a quest that would take him halfway around the world in an exploration of the origins of international law and the pursuit of his own secret family history, beginning and ending with the last day of the Nuremberg Trials.
Poor Ed Cooper seems to have one problem after another - his life is never boring. This time around Ed is having problems in school. He just can't get his head around his time-tables.
At home things are bad too - Ed has started to wet his bed. What is Ed to do?
In Enlightenment, his second collection of poetry, poet Raminder Bajwa explores the deepest depths of the human soul and the universal longing for meaning. Divided into five sections titled "Love", "Truth", "Secrets", "Prayers", and "Enlightenment", these captivating poems take a raw and candid look at our humanness and what it means to be alive. Like a jolt of emotional current, Bajwa gives voice to what the soul only feels - propelling us to keep searching, reaching, and loving.
In May 1945, with victory in Europe established, the war was all but over. But on the other side of the world, the Allies were still engaged in a bitter struggle to control the Pacific. And it was then that the Japanese unleashed a terrible new form of warfare: the suicide pilots, or kamikaze.
Love gardening? Hate chemicals? Are you looking for a comprehensive guide that will help you to set up your own organic vegetable garden? This book will give you a crash course on what it takes to start growing your own organic produce. This book contains information on plants, soil, tools and troubleshooting tips on how to get started as an organic gardener.