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2003 Bestsellers

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  • Escaping Emotional Entrapmentby Daniel Rutley

    Pax Publishing 2001; US$ 10.25

    Emotions guide the decisions we make. Positive, healthier emotions help us to make better decisions. Break those bonds that bind you to worry, guilt and anger; develop better and more loving relationships; understand yourself better and love yourself more; enhance emotional strength and confidence; conquer anxiety, depression and anger; have more... more...

  • Love Yourself Trimby Eva Rishan

    Hale and Iremonger 2000; US$ 6.25

    Despite the plethora of diet and exercise books on the market, 65% of the male and 45% of the female population are overweight and these figures are steadily increasing. more...

  • The Medici Daggerby Cameron West

    Atria Books 2002; US$ 7.99

    1491: Leonardo looked upon his invention, understood its powers, and knew he must hide it from the men of his age. Thus, a profound treasure was lost for five centuries. Now the race to find it begins. Hurtling across the Atlantic, a plane goes down -- taking with it a page from the journals of Leonardo da Vinci. In Georgetown, the home of museum... more...

  • The Oxford Dictionary of Modern Slangby John Ayto; John Simpson

    Oxford University Press 1993; US$ 16.00

    Slang is a colourful, alternative vocabulary. It bristles with humour, vituperation, prejudice, informality: the slang of English is English with its sleeves rolled up, its shirt-tails dangling, and its shoes covered in mud. This dictionary presents a panoramic view of twentieth century English slang from Britain, North America, Australia, and elsewhere... more...

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