Pip Fisher suffered with alcoholism for most of his adult life. At the height of his drinking, he was consuming over one liter of vodka per day, drinking morning, noon, and night to satisfy his habit. Pip did finally achieve sobriety and, through this audiobook, explains how you can, too. Pip has beat his addiction at age 37 and now lives a peaceful life without alcoholism and no longer craves or drinks alcohol anymore. The aim of this audiobook is to help alcoholics, people with alcoholism or alcohol addiction, quit drinking and get their lives back before it's too late.
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AD 1453. The great city of Constantinople, last remnant of the once-mighty Roman Empire, falls to the Ottoman armies of Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror. An English knight named Sir John Page is taken prisoner by the Ottomans and forced to entertain the Sultan with tales of the West. Page chooses to tell the story of his own long career as a soldier of fortune in France, Bohemia, and the Italian city-states. Page’s tale begins in the year of Agincourt, Henry V’s famous victory over the French.
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The new definitive guide to passing the police selection process. Includes the new Competencies and is the most informative guide available for serious candidates who want to become a UK police officer. This short sharp guide has been constructed to provide you with tips and advice based on the new core competencies of serving the public, openness to change, service delivery, public service, professionalism, decision making and working with others.
Regular price: $6.95
In the 17th century, hundreds of thousands of Europeans endured some of the most barbarous assaults ever lost to history. Until now. As heir to the family estate, young English gentleman Christopher Clive is submissive to his grandfather's grooming, but his heart is drawn to the enchanting Irish muse, Raven O'Morrissey.
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Eduardo Paolozzi: Newton Figures features a conversation with the celebrated sculptor Sir Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005), recorded at The Royal College of Art in 1990. In it he discusses work in progress of The Newton Figures (Master of the Universe) and commissions for The Royal Jockey Club Kowloon. He reflects on artists from Fragonard to Rodin and points to effects of the machine on the condition of people's lives which drove his work.
Regular price: $3.95