Allen Carr’s Easyway is the most successful stop-smoking method of all time. It has helped millions of smokers all over the world quit instantly, easily, painlessly and permanently. Finally Free! Is a specially adapted, cutting-edge presentation of Allen Carr’s Easyway method with accessible new text and design. Here, every aspect of smoking is examined from a female perspective, and answers are provided to every question and concern. Allen Car’s Easyway works both for casual and heavy smokers, and regardless of how long you have been smoking.
"I'm Finally Free!"
Chief Inspector Banks is back - in an original tale that makes up part of a new crime collection of seven short stories by Peter Robinson, never published in the UK before. With settings ranging from the Pacific Northwest in the Sixties to the Yorkshire of the Second World War and present-day Toronto to Eastvale at Christmas, these stories feature hippies, policemen and models, little girls dancing ballet, PIs and soldiers.
Stories of ultimate revenge, from freshly sold human meat and uncontrollable robots, to life-sucking MP3 players and reality TV where death is the penalty - all told with dark humour and gruesome relish, and made even more fiendish by chilling facts and a puckish message from the author. This is Anthony Horowitz at his most wicked.
Dan and Gemma have found their dream first home, but the asking price is the stuff of nightmares. The only way they'll ever save for a deposit is by returning, rent free, to Dan's childhood home. Obviously no one wants to move back into a bedroom still adorned with Kylie posters, with a mother whose culinary skills are noted for their spectacular gastrointestinal effects. But it's for only six months. Even they can manage that. Surely.
Jane Austen writing an “improper” novel? Find out why her overlooked Lady Susan, which depicts the exploits of England’s worst coquette, is worth experiencing; how its presence fits in the larger context of the 18th-century novel’s development; and why it can be considered Austen’s literary “road not taken.”