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By J.G. Farrell
J.G. Farrell
Major Brendan Archer travels to Ireland - to the Majestic Hotel and to the fiancée he acquired on a rash afternoon's leave three years ago. Despite her many letters, the lady herself proves elusive, and the Major's engagement is short-lived. But he is unable to detach himself from the alluring discomforts of the crumbling hotel. Ensconced in the dim and shabby splendour of the Palm Court, surrounded by gently decaying old ladies and proliferating cats, the Major passes the summer. So hypnotic are the faded charms of the Majestic, the Major is almost unaware of the gathering storm. But this is Ireland in 1919 - and the struggle for independence is about to explode with brutal force.
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Tales Of Mystery And Imagination

By Edgar Allan Poe
Edgar Allan Poe
Republished in a form suitable for students and general readers alike.
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Test Your Lateral Thinking IQ

Tai Chi Ch'uan

By William Chen, Wei Yun Sun
William Chen, Wei Yun Sun
  • Tennyson: Everyman's Poetry

    By Alfred Tennyson
    Alfred Tennyson
    One of the great Victorian poets, Tennyson's genius is expressed through the precision and delicacy of the language of his lyrical poems.
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    Tai Chi Ch'uan & Qigong

    By Manfred Grosser
    Manfred Grosser

    Table Saw Techniques

    By Roger Cliffe
    Roger Cliffe

    Tarot Basics

    By Evelyn Burger, Johannes Fiebig
    Evelyn Burger, Johannes Fiebig
  • Thomas Hardy: Everyman Poetry

    By Thomas Hardy
    Thomas Hardy
    Both major novelist and major poet, with a distinctive off-beat and intensely personal style, Hardy is a modern writer born out of his time.
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    Two Hour Beaded Projects

    By A Benson
    A Benson

    Through A Glass, Darkly

    By Jostein Gaarder
    Jostein Gaarder
    Conversations about life and death, between a girl and an angel.It's almost Christmas. Cecilia lies sick in bed as her family bustle around her to make her last Christmas as special as possible. Cecilia has cancer. An angel steps through her window. So begins a spirited and engaging series of conversations between Cecelia and her angel. As the sick girl thinks about her life and prepares for her death, she changes subtly, in herself and in her relationships with her family.Jostein Gaarder is a profoundly optimistic writer, who writes about death with wisdom, compassion and an enquiring mind. THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY will not only bring comfort to the bereaved. It will move and amaze everyone who reads it.
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    Tara Road

    By Maeve Binchy
    Maeve Binchy
    A house swap leads to an unlikely and touching friendship, as secrets are unveiled and lives changed.Ria and Marilyn have never met - they live thousands of miles apart, separated by the Atlantic Ocean: one in a big, warm, Victorian house in Tara Road, Dublin, the other in a modern, open-plan house in New England. Two more unlikely friends would be hard to find: Ria's life revolves around her family and friends, while Marilyn's reserve is born of grief. But when each needs a place to escape to, a house exchange seems the ideal solution.Along with the borrowed houses come neighbours and friends, gossip and speculation as Ria and Marilyn swap lives for the summer...
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    Two Hour Mini Quilt Projects

    By Kate Mckenzie
    Kate Mckenzie

    Time To Murder And Create

    By Lawrence Block
    Lawrence Block
    From the author behind the upcoming Hollywood all-star film A WALK AMONG THE TOMBSTONES - the second brilliant novel in the Matthew Scudder seriesThe Spinner is dead, bashed on the head and left to rot in a river. There are three suspects. Henry Prager has paid enough for the sins of his daughter, and begs Scudder not to destroy his shaky business or the fragile girl's reformed life. Beverly Etheridge cheerfully admitted all the sex acts Scudder had seen in the photos and she promises to show him a few more. Theodore Huysendahl offers Scudder enough money to choke even a blackmailer's greed, a proposition no sane man would turn down. Scudder's code of honour demands that one of them will pay...
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    Triple Platinum

    By Nick Hornby
    Nick Hornby
    FEVER PITCH, winner of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award, stands as the definitive statement on the obsessive nature of football fandom.¿His triumph is that, without glossing over its large-scale stupidities and discomforts, he makes terrace life seem not just plausible but sometimes near-heroic in its single minded vehemence, its heart shaking highs and lows¿ Independent on SundayHIGH FIDELITY hilariously and movingly explains men to women ¿ and to themselves.¿It is rare that a book so hilarious is also so sharp about sex and manliness, memory and music. Many men ¿ and, certainly, all addictive personalities ¿ will find in these pages shadows of themselves. And most of us will hear, in Hornby¿s acoustic prose, the obsessive chords of the past that more often lock up than liberate our hearts¿ New Yorker ABOUT A BOY explores the connections people make when the so-called ideal family model does not apply. ¿An almost perfect book, hugely entertaining and on the side of the angels . . . About a Boy is laughter in the dark¿ The Times

    Topiary Basics

    By Magherita Lombardi
    Magherita Lombardi
    ¿ All the methods are clearly explained with practical illustrations of each step. ¿ Page after page of full colour photos of some of the world's most magnificent examples of topiary.¿ Careful instructions cover the use of tools and accessories, setting out and maintenance, and the basic pruning techniques. ¿ Opportunity for eye-catching window displays.

    Tea Tree Oil

    By Susanne Poth
    Susanne Poth
  • Timescape

    By Gregory Benford
    Gregory Benford
    The year is 1998, the world is a growing nightmare of desperation, of uncontrollable pollution and increasing social unrest. In Cambridge, two scientists experiment with tachyons - subatomic particles that travel faster than the speed of light and, therefore, according to the Theory of Relativity, may move backwards in time. Their plan is to signal a warning to the previous generation.In 1962, a young Californian scientist, Gordon Bernstein, finds his experiments are being spoiled by unknown interference. As he begins to suspect something near the truth it becomes a race against time - the world is collapsing and will only be saved if Gordon can decipher the message in time.Winner of the Nebula Award for best novel, 1980Winner of the John W. Campbell Award for best novel, 1981Winner of the BSFA Award for best novel, 1980
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    Time And The Gods

    By Lord Dunsany
    Lord Dunsany
    The definitive collection work by the forefather of modern fantasyOf all the weavers of magic, there is none like Lord Dunsany. During his long lifetime - he died at the age of eighty - he wrote more than sixty books: novels like The King of Elfland's Daughter, plays, poetry collections, memoirs, essays and, most memorably, innumerable exotic and fantastical short stories.In this definitive new collection are the very best of Dunsany's extraordinarily evocative and joyous tales of Faerie, of dreamworlds and of magic: some of the loveliest fantasies in the English language, including the complete contents of Time and the Gods, The Book of Wonder, The Sword of Welleran and The Last Book of Wonder.
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    Trance Workbook

    By Kay Hoffman
    Kay Hoffman
    A comprehensive guide to one of the least understood new age therapies