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Dark Paradise

By Tami Hoag
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Tami Hoag
A dream holiday turns into a horrifying nightmare...Marilee Jennings had come to New Eden, Montana, for a much-needed holiday, but her dream getaway soon became a nightmare. For when she arrived her best friend was dead, and Mari couldn't silence her suspicions that New Eden was harbouring the killer ...Someone else has a stake in the wild beauty of New Eden. Someone with secrets worth killing for. Someone with an appetite for evil. Someone with the power to turn a slice of heaven into a Dark Paradise. And as Mari digs deeper beneath New Eden's picture-perfect exterior, finding the truth is suddenly no longer a matter of justice. It's her only hope of staying alive.
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Decoupage Book

By Thom Boswell
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Thom Boswell

Do-It-Yourself Housebuilding

By George Nash
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George Nash

Decorative Painting for the Home

By Lee Andre
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Lee Andre

A Diving Rock on The Hudson

By Henry Roth
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Henry Roth
The second novel in the internationally acclaimed six-volume sequence which began with MERCY OF A RUDE STREAM. Ira Stigman, now an adolescent in 1920s New York, is on the rack. All his friends seem to be paragons of achievement and sophistication, while his own life bears the taint of an impoverished immigrant background. Work on the trolleycars and selling soda at Yankee Stadium introduces him to an underworld of corruption and petty thieving, and all his choices seem to be the wrong ones. Worst of all, within his own family exists a temptation so dark that it has corroded Ira's very soul. A DIVING ROCK ON THE HUDSON is fearless in its depiction of a young man in the lower depths, yet in its glimpses of redemption it offers hope with the power of literature as a force for comprehension and forgiveness.
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Dominoes

By Reiner Muller
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Reiner Muller
  • Donne: Everyman's Poetry

    By John Donne
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    John Donne
    Poems of faith, love and revenge by a man of intense sexuality and an ardent belief in Christian doctrine.
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  • Dylan Thomas: Everyman Poetry

    By Dylan Thomas
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    Dylan Thomas
    Praised for his verbal inventiveness, image-making power and almost pagan metaphysics, Dylan Thomas's poems are visions of creation and morality.
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    The Dry Garden

    By Beth Chatto
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    Beth Chatto
    The classic guide for gardeners, reissued with a beautiful new look.In today's climate of increasingly hot summers and dry winters, gardeners need guidance on plants that will thrive in dry conditions. Beth Chatto's classic book has revolutionised the understanding of the problems involved and opened up many opportunities that wait to be exploited. In her famous DRY GARDEN she uses plants that need very little attention and are naturally adapted to flourish in dry conditions to provide a year-round display of beautiful foliage and flowers.
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    The Damp Garden

    By Beth Chatto
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    Beth Chatto
    The gardening classicTHE DAMP GARDEN presents a vivid picture of a garden in the making, yet it remains first and foremost a practical guide for all gardeners, whether they have a pond or stream, or just a small area of damp ground. In revealing what has worked in her own garden, Beth Chatto passes on wealth of advice gleaned from her personal experience. She provides detailed - and accessible - ideas on garden management, plans for every type of soil and situation, nearly twenty specially tailored lists to help with planting in various conditions, and descriptions of over 1,000 suitable plants for making the most of damp ground.
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    Drawing In Perspective

    By Oliver Striegel
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    Oliver Striegel

    Donna Kooler's 555 Fabulous Cross Stitch Patterns

    By Donna Kooler
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    Donna Kooler

    Decorating Eggs

    By Jane Pollack
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    Jane Pollack
  • The Dambusters Raid

    By John Sweetman
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    John Sweetman
    A comprehensive account of the most audacious bombing raid of the Second World War.Operation Chastise - the Dambusters Raid, as it became known - undertaken by 19 Lancasters of 617 Squadron on the night of 16 May 1943, was the most audacious bombing raid of the Second World War. For the loss of 11 aircraft, the Mohne and Eder dams in Germany's industrial heartland were breached, and a famous if controversial victory won. John Sweetman's book is the most comprehensive account of this legendary mission, from the development of Barnes Wallis' 'bouncing bomb' (in reality a revolving depth-charge) to every moment of the raid itself, under the charismatic command of Guy Gibson, VC. It recalls a time of commitment, perseverance and sheer dogged determination in the face of dangerous and improbable odds.
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  • Das Boot

    By Lothar Gunther Buchheim
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    Lothar Gunther Buchheim
    Filled with almost unbearable tension and excitement, DAS BOOT is one of the best stories ever written about war, a supreme novel of the Second World War and an acclaimed film and TV drama.It is autumn 1941 and a German U-boat commander and his crew set out on yet another hazardous patrol in the Battle of the Atlantic. Over the coming weeks they must brave the stormy waters of the Atlantic in their mission to seek out and destroy British supply ships. But the tide is beginning to turn against the Germans in the war for the North Atlantic. Their targets now travel in convoys, fiercely guarded by Royal Navy destroyers, and when contact is finally made the hunters rapidly become the hunted. As the U-boat is forced to hide beneath the surface of the sea a cat-and-mouse game begins, where the increasing claustrophobia of the submarine becomes an enemy just as frightening as the depth charges that explode around it. Of the 40,000 men who served on German submarines, 30,000 never returned. Written by a survivor of the U-boat fleet, DAS BOOT is a psychological drama merciless in its intensity, and a classic novel of the Second World War.
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  • The Demolished Man

    By Alfred Bester
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    Alfred Bester
    In the year 2301, guns are only museum pieces and benign telepaths sweep the minds of the populace to detect crimes before they happen. In 2301 murder is virtually impossible, but one man is about to change that ...Ben Reich, a psychopathic business magnate, has devised the ultimate scheme to eliminate the competition and destroy the order of his society. The Demolished Man is a masterpiece of imaginative suspense, set in a superbly imagined world in which everything has changed except the ancient instinct for murder.
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    Decorative Glass

    By Pat Torlen, George Shannon
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    Pat Torlen, George Shannon

    Dream Symbols A-Z

    By Georg Fink
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    Georg Fink

    Das Reich

    By James Lucas
    Authors:
    James Lucas
    The remarkable and courageous war record of the famous Das Reich 2nd SS Division, a fearsome unit which saw heavy fighting throughout the war, from France to the Eastern Front and back to Germany.The 2nd SS Division was an elite, highly trained, volunteer fighting force, the premier Division of the Waffen SS and far removed from the more familiar SS Nazi Police role. Driven always by the military virtues of courage, duty and loyalty, it saw action in some of the bloodiest battles of the war, in particular on the Eastern Front. It fought a hard war, suffered terrible casualties, and set new standards of battlefield excellence. Through extensive research, James Lucas tells a gripping story of close quarter hand-to-hand combat, of commanders who led from the front, of camaraderie and unit pride.This is a book about the best of soldiers in the worst of times.
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