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Making Picture Frames in Wood

By Manly Banister
Manly Banister

Making Wood Signs

By Patrick Spielman
Patrick Spielman

Making Mechanical Marvels In Wood

By Raymond Levy
Raymond Levy

The Mabinogion

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Making Workbenches

By Sam Allen
Sam Allen

The Meaning Of Hitler

By Sebastian Haffner
Sebastian Haffner
A remarkable historical and psychological study of the enigma of Adolf Hitler and his impact on the twentieth century - by the bestselling author of DEFYING HITLER.Sebastian Haffner examines Hitler's lifespan, his performance, his successes, errors, intellectual misconceptions, crimes and, last but not least, his great betrayal of his nation, the Western world and human civilisation.'What makes Haffner's book different is that it is not one more biography but an analysis - a most penetrating analysis - of what Hitler was up to in his astonishing career' A.L. Rowse'Mr Haffner...has exposed better, and more briefly, than anyone else the clockwork of that infernal machine' Gordon Brook-Shepherd, Sunday Telegraph
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Making & Flying Stunt Kites & One-Liners

By Wolfgang Schimmelfenig
Wolfgang Schimmelfenig

Making Mosaics

By L Dierks
L Dierks

Mind Bafflers

By George Summers
George Summers

Mah Jongg

By Dieter Kohnen
Dieter Kohnen

Making Scrapbooks

By Vanessa Ann
Vanessa Ann

Master The Power Of Self-Hypnosis

By Sandy Hunter
Sandy Hunter

Mandalas Of The Celts

By Klaus Holitzka
Klaus Holitzka

Making Lovable Teddy Bears & Clothes

By Franz Thileman
Franz Thileman
  • Martian Time-Slip

    By Philip K. Dick
    Philip K. Dick
    Mars is a desolate world. Largely forgotten by Earth, the planet remains helpless in the stranglehold of Arnie Kott, who as boss of the plumber's union has a monopoly over the vital water supply.Arnie Kott is obsessed by the past; the native Bleekmen, poverty-stricken wanderers, can see into the future; while to Manfred, an autistic boy, time apparently stops. When one of the colonists, Norbert Steiner, commits suicide, the repercussions are startling and bizarre.
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    The Mark Of The Assassin

    By Daniel Silva
    Daniel Silva
    A gripping thriller by the author of the Unlikely Spy.A secret world organisation of wealthy Capitalists hires a shadowy former KGB assassin with a trademark method of killing - 3 gunshots in the face of his victim. For the assassin, a hit is simply another million dollars in the bank. But to the President of the US, it symbolises revenge. To the hero of THE UNLIKELY SPY, this trademark simply makes it easier to track the killer across three continents, as the death count rises steadily.This is a battle between an assassin, and the only man who knows his identity.
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    Making The Most Of your Sewing Machine & Serger Accessories

    By Joanne Pugh-Gannon
    Joanne Pugh-Gannon
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    The Multiple Identities Of The Middle East

    By Bernard Lewis
    Bernard Lewis
    Most of the modern states of the Middle East are of recent origin, yet the region is the birthplace of three religions and many civilizations. Bernard Lewis, one of the world's most respected historians of the Middle East, discusses the countries and frontiers; their religions and communities; language and loyalties to place, and Middle Eastern perceptions of outsiders. He also considers the effect of alien ideas and influences including liberalism, nationalism, fascism, socialism and democracy.
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    The Mechanic's Tale

    By Steve Matchett
    Steve Matchett
    Essential reading for anyone interested in life behind-the-scenes at Formula One.Formula One Grand Prix mechanic Steve Matchett takes the reader on a compelling journey through his life in the pit-lane, from his beginnings as a young apprentice, through his time at Ferrari and BMW to his later success with Benetton. He gives eye-witness views of the great drivers, including Michael Schumacher, Nigel Mansell, Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna. He also talks of key Benetton personalities, and explains how the team was transformed into a strong, competitive organisation, winning three World Championships. His determination and frustration in trying - and eventually succeeding - to break into the high-pressure world of Formula One leaps off the page.
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    Mighty Mini Mind Bogglers

    By Karen C. Richards
    Karen C. Richards
    Endorsed by American Mensa