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Official DanTDM 2017 Diary and Activity Book

By DanTDM, Daniel Middleton
Authors:
DanTDM, Daniel Middleton
Hi guys, it's Dan The Diamond Minecart here, and welcome to my awesome 2017 diary!This is going to be a fun-packed year. As well as being a week-by-week planner with plenty of space for you to fill in your most important dates, this diary is also bursting with puzzles, activities and fun facts to keep you entertained all year round. Learn how to make your own edible enchanted crystals, pick up my top YouTube tips, plan your own fun experiments and find out everything you ever wanted to know about me and my favourite characters, including Grim, Dr Trayaurus and the evil Denton. With enough challenges, games and quizzes to see you through to 2018, this diary is all you need to make this the best year ever!
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The Order of Things

By Graham Hurley
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Graham Hurley
The fourth novel in the Jimmy Suttle series, this is the latest novel from one of the UK's finest crime writers.'There is no-one writing better police procedurals today' Sunday TelegraphD/S Jimmy Suttle is called to a brutal murder in the picturesque Devon village of Lympstone. Harriet Reilly, a local GP, has been found disembowelled in the bedroom of her partner, climate scientist Alois Bentner. Suttle's estranged wife, Lizzie, has abandoned Portsmouth, moved to Exeter and returned to journalism, hearing rumours of a local GP offering mercy killings to patients meeting certain criteria. The name of the GP is Harriet Reilly.So begins two investigations of the same crime. Operation Buzzard, with D/S Suttle at its heart, and Lizzie, piecing together her own version of the events that led to Harriet Reilly's death.The fourth novel in the Jimmy Suttle series is a story of ultimate betrayal, reaching much further and wider than its Devon roots.
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Occupy Me

By Tricia Sullivan
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Tricia Sullivan
A woman with wings that exist in another dimension. A man trapped in his own body by a killer. A briefcase that is a door to hell. A conspiracy that reaches beyond our world. Breathtaking SF from a Clarke Award-winning author.Tricia Sullivan has written an extraordinary, genre defining novel that begins with the mystery of a woman who barely knows herself and ends with a discovery that transcends space and time. On the way we follow our heroine as she attempts to track down a killer in the body of another man, and the man who has been taken over, his will trapped inside the mind of the being that has taken him over. And at the centre of it all a briefcase that contains countless possible realities.Tricia Sullivan returns to the genre with a book that will define the conversation within the genre and will show what it is capable of for years to come. This is the best book yet from a writer of exceedingly rare talent who is much loved in the genre world.
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  • Ossian's Ride

    By Fred Hoyle
    Authors:
    Fred Hoyle
    Baffled by the sudden rise of a powerful centre of industrialisation in the south of Ireland, Intelligence in London send a young Cambridge graduate, Thomas Sherwood, to study this phenomenon. He travels as a student, and makes his way to that part of Kerry where Ossian is said to have made his famous ride.
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    Organic Destiny

    By Arn Romulus, Denis Hughes
    Authors:
    Arn Romulus, Denis Hughes
    Full colour three dimensional television is a target at which engineers will soon be aiming. The technical obstacles are bound to be numerous, and it is also possible that other difficulties of an entirely different nature will arise-as Herrick soon finds out. Herrick had already achieved success on a limited scale, but his work led to curious results when the newly-developed receiver started picking up what appeared to be transmissions from an alien world...
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    The Other Glass Teat

    By Harlan Ellison
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    Harlan Ellison
    In the late 1960s, Harlan Ellison launched a weekly column for the Los Angeles Free Press, where he uncompromisingly discussed the effects of television on modern society. He assaulted everything from television sitcoms to corrupt politicians, talk shows to military massacres. Today, more than four decades later, almost all of his criticism still holds true.
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  • Of Sand and Malice Made

    By Bradley Beaulieu
    Authors:
    Bradley Beaulieu
    Çeda is the youngest pit fighter in the history of the great desert city of Sharakhai. In this brilliant new story, a prequel to Twelve Kings, she has already made her name in the arena as the fearsome, undefeated White Wolf. None but her closest friends and allies know her true identity.But this all changes when she crosses the path of Rümayesh, one of the sadistic creatures known as ehrekh which were forged long ago by the god of chaos. They are usually desert dwellers, but this one lurks in the dark corners of Sharakhai, toying with and preying on humans. As Rümayesh works to unmask the White Wolf and claim Çeda for her own, Çeda's struggle becomes a battle for her friends, her life, and her very soul.
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    Old Man's Ghosts

    By Tom Lloyd
    Authors:
    Tom Lloyd
    Some men can never outrun their ghosts. Enchei thought he'd found a home at last - a life of quiet obscurity far removed from the horror of his military days. After a decade in the Imperial City his mistakes have been few, but one has now returned to haunt him. As Narin's pregnant lover comes to term, life has never been so perilous. There couldn't be a worse time for a nightmare to be unleashed on the Imperial City, but luck's rarely been on Narin's side. Once, Enchei swore he'd take his own life rather than let his past catch up with him, but now it's not just his own in the balance. Demons, rogue mages and vengeful noblemen haunt the city - and a man's ghosts are always watching and waiting...
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  • October the First Is Too Late

    By Fred Hoyle
    Authors:
    Fred Hoyle
    The Yorkshire Moors below Mickle Fell in August would seem a safe enough place to be, yet it was there that Richard's old schoolfriend, John Sinclair, disappeared for 13 hours. Two days later, while bathing in a mountain stream, Richard noticed that a strawberry birthmark was missing from Sinclair's back. Climbing, music, ancient Greece and the year 5000 AD: all these play a part in Fred Hoyle's far-reaching and witty science fiction book, which teems with arresting ideas. Its central themes are time and the meaning of consciousness; around them the author of The Black Cloud and Ossian's Ride has spun a glittering web of adventure and logical surmise. In this world of dual personalities and shifting time scales it is entirely plausible that October the first should have been too late.
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    Obelisk

    By Stephen Baxter
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    Stephen Baxter
    A remarkable collection of short fiction from one of our greatest SF authors, including two brand new short stories. This collection contains stories set in the universe of the bestselling duology PROXIMA and ULTIMA, which expand on the characters and worlds of that series. There are also a selection of alternate histories and possible futures, echoing Baxter's work with Terry Pratchett on the LONG EARTH series. Confirms Stephen Baxter's place as one of the greatest practitioners of the SF short story.
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    One Summer in Venice

    By Nicky Pellegrino
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    Nicky Pellegrino
    'This isn't a mid-life crisis OK? For a start I'm not old enough yet to have one of those. I'm calling it a happiness project. I've stolen an entire summer from my life and by the time it's over I plan to leave this place with a list in my hand. The ten things that make me happy, that's all I want to know. How difficult can it be? They may be small things - a perfect cup of coffee, a day without rain - or bigger ones. It's still the beginning so how can I know?' Addolorata Martinelli knows she should be happy. She has everything she thought she wanted - her own business, a husband, a child. So why does she feel as if something is missing? Then when her restaurant, Little Italy, is slated by a reviewer, she realises that she's lost the one thing she thought she could always count on, her love of food.So Addolorata heads to Venice for a summer alone, aiming to find the ten things that make her happy. Once she's found them, she'll construct a new life around her ten things, but will they include her life in London?
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  • Olive: 100 of the Very Best Quick Healthy Meals

    OLIVE, one of the UK's top food magazines, pick 100 of their very best speedy, healthy recipes.Cook, eat, explore the best recipes from OLIVE magazine.OLIVE magazine is known for its delicious recipes loved by foodies and fans of easy-to-follow recipes alike. Now OLIVE is here with a series of stylish, collectable cookbooks for the every day kitchen, and with a photo for every recipe, you will know exactly what you are aiming for.From delicious seasonal salads and soups to meat-free meals and guilt-free takeaways, in 100 OF THE VERY BEST QUICK HEALTHY MEALS, OLIVE present over 100 of their very best recipes that are under 500 calories and ready in under 30 minutes.
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  • Olive: 100 of the Very Best Chicken Recipes

    OLIVE, one of the UK's top food magazines, pick 100 of their very best chicken recipes.Cook, eat, explore the best recipes from OLIVE magazine.OLIVE magazine is known for its delicious recipes loved by foodies and fans of easy-to-follow recipes alike. Now OLIVE is here with a series of stylish, collectable cookbooks for every the every day kitchen, and with a photo for every recipe, you will know exactly what you are aiming for. From lazy Sunday roasts and super-fast, mid-week suppers to meals with friends and recipes from afar, OLIVE present 100 of their very best chicken recipes.
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  • Olive: 100 of the Very Best Cakes and Bakes

    OLIVE, one of the UK's top food magazines, pick 100 of their very best sweet cakes and bakes.Cook, eat, explore the best recipes from OLIVE magazine.OLIVE magazine is famous for its delicious recipes loved by foodies and fans of easy-to-follow recipes alike. Now OLIVE is here with a series of stylish, collectable cookbooks for the every day kitchen, and with a photo for every recipe, you will know exactly what you are aiming for.From biscuits, tarts, cakes for pudding and show-off cakes, treats include strawberry eclairs, slow gin layer cake, black forest cupcakes, and with classics like the best-ever chocolate fudge cake, cherry bakewell and a simple sponge, this is the only baking book you will ever need.
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  • The Other Side of Time

    By Keith Laumer
    Authors:
    Keith Laumer
    BLINDING LIGHT, NOISE BEYOND SOUND - A JOURNEY INTO NOTHINGNESS...Imperial Intelligence Agent Brion Bayard was catapulted into nothingness by an unknown force and woke to find himself in a universe not his own. Surrounded by hulking, cannibalistic ape men who called themselves Hagroon, Bayard was soon entrapped in a web of time lines. He found himself running from the Hagroon into the arms of Dzok, the educated monkey man of Xonijeel; transported by Dzok to a universe where Napoleon the Fifth was in power and left there to the tender powers of the beautiful witch Olivia; struggling with the bonds of a fictitious past, always striving to regain his lost universe of Zero-zero Stockholm so he could bring the warning which might save his world from sudden, violent death...
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    Out of the Everywhere and Other Extraordinary Visions

    By James Tiptree, Jr.
    Authors:
    James Tiptree, Jr.
    Ten tantalizing tales of man, woman and child - and their cosmic connections...Contents:Angel Fix (1974)Beaver Tears (1976)Your Faces, O My Sisters! Your Faces Filled of Light! (1976)The Screwfly Solution (1977)Time-Sharing Angel (1977)We Who Stole the Dream (1978)Slow Music (1980)A Source of Innocent Merriment (1980)Out of the Everywhere (1981)With Delicate Mad Hands (1981)
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    Over the Sea to Die

    By Richard Grindal
    Authors:
    Richard Grindal
    When both his holiday plans and love affair collapse, London doctor Charles Mackinnon agrees to act as locum in Skye, looking forward to a peaceful stay. However, within hours of his arrival he witnesses someone being thrown off a distant cliff into the sea.When the body of Jamie Gillespie is discovered in the water, the police remain sceptical of his report, and he begins to doubt what he saw. Then a pregnant, disabled woman disappears, and Charles finds himself drawn into a primitive ritual of superstition and violence.
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    Od Magic

    By Patricia A. McKillip
    Authors:
    Patricia A. McKillip
    Brenden Vetch has a gift. With an innate sense he cannot explain to himself or describe to others, he connects to the agricultural world, nurturing gardens to flourish and instinctively knowing the healing properties each plant and herb has to offer. But Brenden's gift isolates him from people, and from becoming part of a community - until the day he receives a personal invitation from the wizard Od, to serve as a gardener in her great school of wizards. But even Brenden isn't fully aware of the full extent of his power - and the true reason Od has recruited him ...
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  • One Lonely Night

    By Mickey Spillane
    Authors:
    Mickey Spillane
    Before Jack Reacher . . . there was Mike HammerPI Mike Hammer is out for a late-night walk in the rain when he sees a woman being pursued across a bridge. He deals with the man, but, terrified, the woman jumps to her death. Pat Chambers, Hammer's police department friend, identifies the pair as Communists. Hammer visits a meeting of the local party and is mistaken for a Soviet spy. Into the mix comes Oscar, the insane brother of a political candidate on an anti-corruption ticket, who Hammer must deal with so that the politician's career prospects aren't spiked. But is Oscar really what they say he is?Meanwhile, Velda, Hammer's adored secretary, goes missing, and Hammer soon finds out that the two incidents are linked by a deadly thread . . .
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    Our Korean Kitchen

    By Jordan Bourke, Rejina Pyo
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    Jordan Bourke, Rejina Pyo
    WINNER OF OBSERVER FOOD MONTHLY'S BEST NEW COOKBOOK AWARD 2016, AND FORTNUM AND MASON'S BEST COOKERY BOOK AWARD 2016OUR KOREAN KITCHEN is a celebration of the food, culture and flavours of Korea, a cuisine that is fast becoming the biggest trend in the culinary world. Capturing this movement, it introduces us to Korean food through a collection of classic and well-loved dishes. Beautifully illustrated throughout, the book will explore the secrets of authentic Korean food. Covering an extensive range of over 100 dishes, from Korean staples such as bibimbap and kimchi to stir-fried spicy squid, sesame & soy-marinated beef and pecan & cinnamon-stuffed pancakes, catering for beginners as well as those with a little more experience of cooking K-Food.Critically acclaimed chef and food writer Jordan and his Korean wife Rejina, provide a cultural history of the food of Korea giving context to the recipes that follow. Through the discussion of Korean culture, dining etiquette, key ingredients and the role of multiple side dishes, readers will be able to prepare and indulge in all aspects of Korean cuisine. There is also an easy to navigate Korean ingredients glossary, as well as menu ideas and information on the Korean meal. Chapters include: Rice and savoury porridgeVegetables, pickles & sidesSoups & stewsPancakes, fritters and tofuNoodlesMeatFishDesserts
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