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  • Dark Powersby Raymond Haigh

    Robert Hale 2015; US$ 5.82

    Special agent Samantha Quest is taking on the most powerful men in the country when she frees a young girl from a secure children's unit. The sixteen year-old girl has used her mobile phone to video an incident which could prove disastrous for the government, especially if information of her affair with an older man also gets out. The girl's name is... more...

  • Katherine Carlyleby Rupert Thomson

    Other Press 2015; US$ 15.99

    ? Katherine Carlyle is a masterpiece.?  ?Philip Pullman, best-selling author of the  His Dark Materials  trilogy   ?[T]his road trip through a snow dome of mesmeric hallucinations is Thomson at his best.? ?Richard Flanagan, author of  The Narrow Road to the Deep North , winner of the 2015 Man Booker Prize   Katherine Carlyle is Rupert... more...

  • Off The Leash: It's a Dog's Lifeby Rupert Fawcett

    Pan Macmillan 2015; US$ 9.56

    In its first year as a daily cartoon blog on Facebook, Off The Leash developed a regular daily following of half a million dog lovers from around the world, and has become a place where people who are passionate about pooches share anecdotes, pictures and jokes. Capturing the secret thoughts and dreams of dogs, Rupert Fawcett's cartoons are brilliantly... more...

  • Data-driven Organization Designby Rupert Morrison

    Kogan Page 2015; US$ 39.95

    This book will show how to work through organization design and development using a unique data analytics approach. more...

  • Historic Events of Colonial Daysby Rupert S. Holland

    The Floating Press 2013; US$ 3.99

    Early American history is brought to life in this thrilling collection of tales from the period surrounding the tumultuous birth of the nation. It's a must-read for history buffs, or for students seeking a much more enthralling take on topics like Puritanism, pirates, witchcraft, and slave revolts that are often recounted in a dry, musty manner... more...

  • Historic Adventuresby Rupert S. Holland

    The Floating Press 2013; US$ 3.99

    Who needs fictional flights of fancy when the truth of the matter is so wild, weird, and fascinating? In Historic Adventures: Tales From American History, author Rupert Holland guides readers through a treasure trove of true-to-life tales about the people, places, and events that helped form America. Pirates, pigs, revolutionaries and conspirators... more...

  • Baker Towersby Jennifer Haigh

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.99

    Bakerton is a community of company houses and church festivals, of union squabbles and firemen's parades. Its neighborhoods include Little Italy, Swedetown, and Polish Hill. For its tight-knit citizens -- and the five children of the Novak family -- the 1940s will be a decade of excitement, tragedy, and stunning change. Baker Towers is a family... more...

  • Mrs. Kimbleby Jennifer Haigh

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.99

    ?Beautiful, devastating and complex.? ? Chicago Tribune The award-winning debut novel from Jennifer Haigh, author of BakerTowers , The Condition , and Faith , tells the story of Birdie, Joan,and Dinah, three women who marry the same charismatic, predatory, and enigmaticopportunist: Ken Kimble. Resonating with emotional intensity and narrativeinnovation... more...

  • Inspirational ? and Cautionary ? Tales for Would-be School Leadersby Gerald Haigh

    Taylor and Francis 2007; US$ 41.95

    Based upon Gerald Haigh?s acclaimed weekly column in the Times Educational Supplement, this book is a lively and refreshing look at what it takes to get on in teaching. Touching on everything from the legacy of Ted Wragg to the film Brokeback Mountain the author?s incise eye will give teachers wanting to get on in their career both inspiration... more...

  • The Conditionby Jennifer Haigh

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 9.99

    In the summer of 1976, during their annual retreat on Cape Cod, the McKotch family came apart. Now, twenty years after daughter Gwen was diagnosed with Turner's syndrome?a rare genetic condition that keeps her trapped forever in the body of a child?eminent scientist Frank McKotch is divorced from his pedigreed wife, Paulette. Eldest son Billy, a successful... more...