Throughout his time as a murder squad detective, Trevor Marriott has seen firsthand the wanton slayings and butcheries that have been committed by both men and women who have warped, depraved and sadistic minds. In this fascinating and chilling book, he examines the world's most notorious serial killers and the despicable crimes they committed.
"Not as the blurb says"
"The figure looking back at me was little more than a skeleton with just a thin layer of tissue paper for skin, drawn over the stick-like bones. I stood staring for a good couple of minutes, considering what I'd become. And my verdict? Brilliant, I thought. It's been worth every moment of all that hard work". Say the name Nikki Grahame and most people will remember the bubbly, highly strung and hugely entertaining Big Brother 7 contestant.
"Not What You Might Think"
A practical book that helps readers discover and deepen their own spiritual journeys.
"Practical soul food"
In a typically practical and straightforward style, this popular title shows how to develop a truly positive outlook. These 10 steps outline skills to help people to take control, be flexible, accept reality, develop self-acceptance, accept change and improve relationships. Steps may be followed in order, or taken individually as required. The audiobook has been updated in line with current therapeutic thinking, with particular emphasis on the concepts of resilience and mindfulness.
Feeling tired is so common we consider it normal. Yet chronic fatigue can affect people so severely it prevents them from leading normal lives. Trudie Chalder explains what it is and how it can develop. You'll be amazed at the benefits you can feel by making a few changes in your life, developing a positive mental attitude, controlling the amount of activity you do, improving your sleep and your diet, and coping successfully with difficulties and setbacks.
Ever since the publication of Bram Stoker's novel Dracula, vampires have been a part of the popular consciousness. Now, with the release of the phenomenally popular Twilight novel and the subsequent films, it seems that we can't get enough of these bloodsucking creatures of the night. But we might not sleep quite so soundly if we knew that vampires aren't confirmed to the page and the screen. There is a thriving UK vampire scene that has its roots deep in our history.
"Good, but a ttle confusing."
In this lively and engaging follow-up to his much praised Finding Hope and Meaning in Suffering, Trystan Owain Hughes encourages us to develop an approach to life that looks beyond our own concerns. Using illustrations from poetry, literature and film, and drawing on contemporary scientific thought, the author reveals that our natural state is an interconnected harmony with God, with each other and with the world around us.