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|Author||: C. J. Petit|
Bethan listened as her father explained to her mother the mission that he was giving to her brother, Lynn, and her Uncle Bryn. After she’s heard all of the details, she left the big house and returned to her small house where she began to pack. She was frustrated at being unable to apply the skills that she’d been learning from her father since she was just a young girl., knowing that if she’d been born male, she would have been sworn in as a deputy marshal within a year. All that everyone seemed to expect her to do with her life was to marry and have children and she was determined to prove that she could match any of the deputy marshals that worked for her father.Her uncles and brother wouldn’t leave until tomorrow, and by the time they arrived in Canon City, she’d be waiting for them and follow them to the counterfeiters’ location. Bethan may have been expecting just to watch the takedown of a small counterfeiting operation, but within a day, her entire future would make a dramatic and deadly shift that would take her across Colorado where she would face dangers she could never have anticipated.
|Author||: Keith Pledger|
A complete course for GCSE, this text contains clear explanations of key ideas, graded exercises, worked examples, past paper questions and practice exam papers. Answers are also included. The Higher course is targeted towards higher ability students.
|Author||: Megan Barker,DJ Britton,James Graham,Sarah May,Simon Reade,Simon Stephens|
|Editor||: Bloomsbury Publishing|
Producers' Choice: Six Plays for Young Performers showcases some of the best plays for young people produced by the UK's leading theatre companies. The plays are ideal for young performers aged 13-25 and offer a diverse range of challenges, styles and subjects. The volume will prove essential for teachers and students of Drama and for youth drama groups. The plays include modern reworkings of classics, such as Simon Reade's witty and brilliantly inventive adaptation of Lewis Carroll's much-loved fantasy, and DJ Britton's version of Sophocles' Theban plays, the tragic Oedipus/Antigone. Contemporary teenage issues are dealt with in Megan Barker's beautiful and uplifting Promise and Sarah May's The Butterfly Club. Simon Stephens' hit-play Punk Rock set in a grammar school explores dislocation and aggression among sixth form pupils; James Graham's Tory Boyz is a fast-paced, political comedy about prejudice and ambition in Westminster. Each play features production notes and the volume is introduced by Paul Roseby, Artistic Director of the National Youth Theatre. For schools, youth theatre groups and drama colleges this anthology of thematically and stylistically diverse plays will prove an invaluable resource.
|Author||: Kristine Papin Jones|
|Editor||: Kristine Papin Jones|
Years before he was a legend, years before he was loved, years before his name was associated with Camelot, Merlin was alone. An orphan since infancy, Merlin is taunted by those who see his gifts as evidence that he is the devil's own son. But when a young knight comes to the orphanage recruiting young soldiers, Merlin is pulled into a war he doesn't want to fight. Though gifted with exceptional powers to see into the future, Merlin's own tumultuous life threatens the stability of the entire future.
|Author||: Michael Carter|
|Editor||: Author House|
Luke is a successful double glazing salesman from Swansea, South Wales. A fairly ruthless lyer, Luke tells customers what they want to hear and they buy. He treats them as enemies. A barrier between him and his commission. One day he goes too far and disgusts even himself with his ruthlessness. He wants to change. After dabbling with telepathy and visiting the Mind, Body, Spirit exhibition, he decides he wants to become a Healer. With absolutely no training and just an arrogant belief in his own abilities ( a prerequisite to being a successful salesman ), Luke sets about offering healing to anybody he comes into contact with. How can he be sure he is helping? How can he be sure he is not helping the wrong people? How can he be sure he is not about to do something he will regret more than anything he's done before? Despite his arrogance he does want to be a better person. He really does want to help. His intentions are good. But as they say...The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. He then embarks on a journey to his own personal Hell. He must change his beliefs in everything he's known before, and gain a glimpse at least of the true meaning of life, if he's ever to return. Can he learn life's lessons before it's too late and he loses everything...?
|Author||: Hannah Howell,Adrienne Basso,Eve Silver|
|Editor||: Kensington Publishing Corp.|
In this captivating new collection from Hannah Howell, Adrienne Basso, and Eve Silver, three women meet the irresistible vampires who are their destiny--and discover a passion satisfied only by complete surrender. . . "Dark Hero" by Hannah Howell Unlike most of his clan, Berawald MacNachton chooses to live in comfortable seclusion, far from the enemies who hunt his kind--until Evanna Massey and her young brother intrude upon his solitude. . . "Bride of the Beast" by Adrienne Basso When Haydn of Gwynedd first met Bethan of Lampeter, she was a brave and fearless young girl, risking her life to save his. Now Bethan has grown into a striking, courageous woman who needs Haydn's help to defeat her tyrannical stepfather. Haydn's dark gift compels him to offer marriage in name only, but he cannot deny the passion that sears them both. . . "Kiss of the Vampire" by Eve Silver Devoted to her work at King's College Hospital, Sarah Lowell is shocked to discover that someone--or something--is killing the weakest patients, draining them of their blood. Killian Thayne, an enigmatic surgeon, offers Sarah his protection, but his sensual, commanding presence presents another kind of danger. . .
|Author||: David Carter|
A Preacher is run down on the by-pass, a Right Reverend falls under the London Express; a fisherman drowns in the canal. Accident suicide, or murder? Inspector Walter Darriteau of Chester police doesn't believe in coincidences. His doubts are confirmed with another killing. Maggie O'Brien on a bench in the forest, dew dripping from her nose, a cobweb from her hat to the bench, death by carbon monoxide poisoning, yet no car in the damp car park. There's a killer at large, a random killer, a serial killer, a ruthless killer who'll stop at nothing. Why? What's the purpose behind these unrelated deaths? It's a race against time; he or she must be stopped before they kill again. The Murder Diaries is set in the City of Chester. Darriteau is an adopted Cestrian, he's nearing retirement, and his oppo Sergeant Karen Greenwood covets his job. Walter isn't ready to end things on a sour note. He knows this case will define his career. He determines to trap the killer, putting his own life on the line.
|Author||: Anna Stuart|
Two women. One shocking wartime secret. And a family mystery just waiting to be discovered… Berlin Zoo, 1943: Ten-year-old Adelaide and her newborn sister are orphaned after a devastating night of bombing. Heartbroken and frightened, Adelaide runs to her mother’s closest friend, Katharina Heinroth, and the kind zookeeper takes the two little girls under her protection. As the bombing intensifies, Adelaide tries to shut out the horrors of war by caring for her tiny sister and playing with the adorable baby monkeys. But when Katharina organises a dangerous operation to enable children and animals to escape the battle-scarred city, something goes wrong. And Adelaide has to promise her adopted mother to keep a shocking secret. A secret that will change Adelaide’s life forever. Berlin Zoo, 2019: Bethan Taylor notices the elderly lady sitting on the bench next to her seems confused, her thoughts flitting between past and present. Ada talks of her childhood, played out in an underground bunker beneath the animal enclosures during the war. As Ada’s story unfolds, Bethan is surprised to hear a name she recognises… Katharina Heinroth is at the top of a list of German names Bethan found in a hidden compartment of her late mother’s jewellery box. Bethan’s father couldn’t tell her anything about the crumpled piece of paper and she’s been searching for the meaning ever since. As the two women are brought together by the pain of the past can they help each other to heal? And after decades of silence, can Ada help Bethan to uncover a long-buried family mystery? An unforgettable and heart-wrenching novel of a brave orphan girl and a shocking wartime secret. Inspired by a true WW2 story and perfect for fans of Orphan Train, The Tattooist of Auschwitz and The Alice Network. Why readers love The Berlin Zookeeper: ‘Heartbreaking but amazing!… I was gripped from the very beginning and honestly I didn't want this book to end! The writing was just fabulous loved it! NetGalley reviewer, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Wow! What an emotional read, right from the very start the author was pulling at my heart strings and my emotions, there was times I had to put down my kindle because I had tears in my eyes… five star read.’ NetGalley reviewer, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Loved, loved, loved this gem!... incredible story and the characters walked off the pages and into my heart… This is a must-read!’ Goodreads reviewer, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Brilliant… loved this book so much… hankies at the ready cos you will need them, heartbreaking.’ NetGalley reviewer, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘This book grabbed me from the very beginning... this book was a home run… I loved every page of this book… terrific!!’ toreadistobreathe, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Kept me hooked from the beginning… I was totally engrossed in the story… beautiful book… Worth five stars!’ NetGalley reviewer, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘FANTASTIC!’ NetGalley reviewer, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘An unforgettable historical novel that will have readers reaching for the tissues… a poignant tale guaranteed to tug at the heartstrings. Emotional, affecting and beautifully written… will keep readers gripped throughout.’ Bookish Jottings, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Heartwarming… I honestly felt like I couldn’t read this book fast enough & the setting of Berlin Zoo was just magical. Don’t miss out!’ NetGalley reviewer, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Just beautiful and poignant. Heart-breaking and heartwarming. I cried... Just beautiful. Do read this one.’ NetGalley reviewer, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
|Author||: Iris Gower|
|Editor||: Random House|
Perfect for fans of Dilly Court and Rosie Goodwin, this is the sensational final instalment of the Cordwainers series from bestselling author Iris Gower. READERS ARE LOVING THE CORDWAINERS! "I have really enjoyed reading this whole series...I would recommend the reading of any of the books by this author." - 5 STARS "Loved these books [-] definitely recommend this series: once you start you will want to read them all" - 5 STARS "You finish one book and you just have to start the next one." - 5 STARS "The best book I've read in a long time..."-Reader review "A great read - hard to put down" - 5 STARS ****************************************** LOVE, REVENGE, PASSIONS RUNNING HIGH... Catherine O'Conner has a wild streak in her- and she has flouted convention to become the mistress of the man she loves, Boyo Hopkins, thereby making a dangerous enemy of the woman he has married. Bethan Hopkins is an older woman, a woman of breeding whose wealth and power make her a merciless adversary. Bent on vengeful destruction she begins to take apart Honey's Farm, Catherine's birthplace, selling it off in small parcels of land so that it can never be reclaimed. Failing to destroy her husband's love for Catherine, Bethan becomes more and more embittered. She retreats into a world inhabited by the ghosts of her forebears and becomes like a spider, putting out her deadly trap in order to ensnare the woman she hates. The Wild Seed is the final novel in Iris Gower's Cordwainers series. Have you read The Shoemaker's Daughter, The Oyster Catchers, Honey's Farm, Arian and Sea Mistress, the previous titles?
|Author||: Wyn Morgan,Michael Katz,Harvey Rosen|
|Editor||: McGraw Hill|
Microeconomics, 2nd European Edition offers comprehensive and accessible coverage of microeconomic theory, explaining how this is used to analyse and evaluate contemporary market systems. The book draws on relevant real world examples to highlight how theory can help to solve or understand a range of problems and is a central basis for thinking like an economist.
|Author||: Adrienne Basso|
|Editor||: Lyrical Press|
When Haydn of Gwynedd first met Bethan of Lampeter, she was a brave and fearless young girl, risking her life to save his. Now Bethan has grown into a striking, courageous woman who needs Haydn’s help to defeat her tyrannical stepfather. Haydn’s dark gift compels him to offer marriage in name only, but he cannot deny the passion that sears them both. . . Previously published in Nature of the Beast
|Author||: Nancy Appleyard,Keith Appleyard|
|Editor||: Learning Matters|
The teacher training framework, introduced in September 2007, requires all teachers in the post-16 sector to possess knowledge, understanding and personal skills to at least level 2 in the minimum core for language and literacy. Coverage and assessment of the core has to be embedded in all Certificate and Diploma courses leading to QTLS and ATLS status. This book is a practical guide to language and literacy for trainee teachers in the Lifelong Learning sector. It enables trainee teachers to identify and develop their own language and literacy skills and also to support their students' language and literacy.
|Author||: Andy Frost|
|Editor||: Authentic Media Inc|
There will always be people who lose faith. But how do we reconnect with those who have walked away? With his new book Losing Faith: those who have walked away, Andy Frost, Director of Share Jesus International, looks at those who have walked away from the church or have struggled with their faith and offers compassionate and practical advice on how we can help them. Michael Frost, author of Re:Jesus and Exiles praised Andy's book saying: When so much preaching by the Church today is done to the converted, Andy Frost's book invites us to listen to those who have lost faith, to validate their questions and concerns and to acknowledge we have something to learn from these so-called backsliders. Losing Faith is a compassionate, generous, full-blooded call for the church to wake up to the wisdom of the lapsed. Andy's passion for reconnecting the church with society and culture doesn't stop here. Along with numerous projects he will also be embarking on a tour with the Share Jesus International team and Dave Bilbrough. The 'Rediscovering Faith Autumn Tour', is based on his new book and will consist of story, challenge and music, suitable for adults and young people; the faithful and the doubtful.
|Author||: Ann Granger|
Superintendent Markby faces one of his most complex cases yet... With her step-mother murdered just two years after the death of her mother, twelve-year-old Tammy Franklin is also at risk of becoming fatherless, because he is suspect number one. Beneath These Stones is the twelfth cosy Cotswolds crime novel in Ann Granger's Mitchell & Markby series. The perfect read for fans of Ruth Rendell, Agatha Christie and ITV's Midsomer Murders. 'A murder mystery that will give you the excuse you need to stay indoors during these dark nights and enjoy a good read' - Hartlepool Mail Twelve-year-old Tammy Franklin has learned too much about death, too quickly. Two years ago she lost her mother to a long, lingering illness and now the body of the woman her father married in an attempt to replace his wife has been found on a railway embankment close to the Franklin farm. This time the death is murder. As Superintendent Markby, one of the first on the scene, well knows, Tammy now stands to have her father taken from her, for Hugh Franklin is suspect number one in the mind of the inspector to whom Markby has delegated the case. But, despite his need to distance himself from the murder, Markby begins to realise that the truth is destined to be far more complex than he ever envisaged... What readers are saying about Beneath These Stones: 'I enjoyed this well written crime novel and thought the characters were well drawn and interesting' 'An excellent enjoyable read' 'The mystery plot is sound and raised above the norm by the existence of plausible characters - including Meredith Mitchell and Alan Markby'
|Author||: Andrea Bettridge,Hilary Gardener,Lyndsey Lawrence,Sarah Groves|
|Editor||: Penguin UK|
Following up from the huge success of their first book, The Fat Ladies Club now write about their experiences as mums of under 5's. In their refreshingly open and intimate style, they talk about all the issues that every new mum faces ... How do you deal with a toddler who will only eat chocolate? How do you juggle a second and third child into your hectic life? What do you do when your potty trained child does a wee on a fake tree in a restaurant? Will you ever get a full night's sleep again, without the entire family ending up in one bed? What happens to your sex and social lives? And how on earth will you cope when you eventually have to wave goodbye to your child on their first day of school?