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The Spirit of '76
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The Taming of the Wolf
Author: Lydia Dare
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1402244398
Pages: 384
Year: 2010-11-01
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Regency England has gone to the wolves! He could never lose control... Dashiel Thorpe, Earl of Brimsworth, has spent his life fighting the wolf within him. But when the full moon rises, Dash is helpless. A chance encounter with Caitrin Macleod on a moonlit night inadvertently binds the two together irrevocably, and Dash's impulsiveness plunges them both into a nightmare... She never saw him coming... Caitrin Macleod is no quiet country lass, but a witch with remarkable abilities. But when it comes to Dashiel, she's as helpless to fight his true nature as he is. Her senses overwhelmed, she runs back to the safety and security of her native Scotland... But Dashiel is determined to follow her-she's the only woman who can free him from a fate worse than death. And Caitrin will ultimately have to decide whether she's running from danger, or true love... Praise for A Certain Wolfish Charm: "A Certain Wolfish Charm has bite! With its sexy hero, engaging heroine, and sizzling sexual tension, you won't want to put it down even when the moon is full." -Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times bestselling Author of Wed Him Before You Bed Him "Tough, resourceful, charming women battle roguish, secretive, aristocratic men under the watchful eye of society in Dare's delightful Victorian paranormal romance debut." -Publishers Weekly (starred review)
McClure's Magazine ...
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Pride and Pleasure
Author: Sylvia Day
Publisher: Kensington Books
ISBN: 0758290659
Pages: 304
Year: 2014-07-29
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Wealth Has Its Dangers. . . There are disadvantages to being an heiress, as Eliza Martin knows well. Fortune hunters corner her, friends become opportunistic, and lately, someone is engineering "accidents" to propel her into marriage. Not one to be bullied, Eliza needs the right man to infiltrate the nest of suitors. . . . . .So Do Certain Men By all measures, Jasper Bond is the wrong man for the job. He can't dance, isn't known for his restraint, and his blood heats whenever he's near his latest employer. Eliza Martin insists no one will believe an intellectual like her could be seduced by a man of action like Jasper, but the combination of his desire and her mystery makes the case one he can't resist. Client satisfaction is a point of pride and it's his pleasure to prove he's just the man she needs after all. . . "Everything romance readers expect and more." --RT Book Reviews
Popular Science
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Pages: 308
Year: 1947-11
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Popular Science gives our readers the information and tools to improve their technology and their world. The core belief that Popular Science and our readers share: The future is going to be better, and science and technology are the driving forces that will help make it better.
Uglies
Author: Scott Westerfeld
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1442419814
Pages: 406
Year: 2011-05-03
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A fresh repackaging of the bestselling Uglies boks...the series that started the whole dystopian trend!
The New-Yorker
Author: Horace Greeley, Park Benjamin
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Year: 1836
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Princeton Alumni Weekly
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The works of Alexander Hamilton
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Year: 1851
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The New York Times Review of Books
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The Enchanted Tiara
Author: Chaumet
Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications
ISBN: 0847863271
Pages: 6
Year: 2018-04-16
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The luxury French jeweler Chaumet offers an ode to the everlasting bond between a mother and daughter in this spellbinding carousel book. Celebrating the special relationship between a mother and daughter, this playful carousel pop-up presents a captivating modern fable for readers of all ages. This exceptional piece of bookmaking features 6 diaromas depicting a mother-daughter bond that blossoms throughout the cycle of life: birth, childhood, adolescence, love, marriage, and pregnancy. Illustrations by Hélène Druvert, an award-winning French artist and designer, beautifully depict this universal story set amidst a magical, modern Paris. Doubling as a precious decorative item, this veritable objet d'art captures Chaumet's time-honored elegance while serving as an ode to life's most precious memories.
The Stevens Indicator
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Fat Camp
Author: Deborah Blumenthal
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0451218655
Pages: 225
Year: 2006
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At a summer camp for overweight teenagers, high school student Cam Phillips finds support from her cabin mates and love from a fellow camper as she battles her weight and her perceptions of food and exercise. By the author of Fat Chance. Original. 35,000 first printing.
How the Law Works
Author: Gary Slapper
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317218019
Pages: 320
Year: 2016-04-28
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‘How the Law Works is a gem of a book, for law students and for everyone else. It is a must read for anyone interested in how society is shaped and controlled via law.’ Dr Steven Vaughan, solicitor, Senior Lecturer, Birmingham Law School ‘How the Law Works is a comprehensive, witty and easy-to-read guide to the law. I thoroughly recommend it to non-lawyers who want to improve their knowledge of the legal system and to potential students as an introduction to the law of England and Wales.’ HH Judge Lynn Tayton QC Reviews of the first edition: ‘A friendly, readable and surprisingly entertaining overview of what can be a daunting and arcane subject to the outsider.’ The Law Teacher ‘An easy-to-read, fascinating book . . . brimful with curios, anecdote and explanation.’ The Times How the Law Works is a refreshingly clear and reliable guide to today’s legal system. Offering interesting and comprehensive coverage, it makes sense of all the curious features of the law in day to day life and in current affairs. Explaining the law and legal jargon in plain English, it provides an accessible entry point to the different types of law and legal techniques, as well as today’s compensation culture and human rights law. In addition to explaining the role of judges, lawyers, juries and parliament, it clarifies the mechanisms behind criminal and civil law. How the Law Works is essential reading for anyone approaching law for the first time, or for anyone who is interested in an engaging introduction to the subject’s bigger picture.

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