ISBN: 9781849630375 Autor: Eade, Oliver
The Spice Boys is the tale of four young men from Manchester who are homeless and addicted to the legal high `spice' which has plagued the city.
Peter Tryon's Confessions of a Piano Tuner is a charming, autobiographical tale of life spent travelling around rural East Anglia tuning pianos.
In this book, you will meet the beautiful characters who live in the garden shed and find out what happens when you're not there!
Harry is a friendly, rather large, Tabby cat whos just moved into Eighty-Nine Pavilion Way. As he drifts into sleep, he meets some interesting new friends and end up in some funny situations...
Treat your palate to a sample of Arabic sayings and adages with a varied collection of traditional Middle-Eastern proverbs. In Taste the Arabic Proverbs, an expansive range of mores and suggestions...
Her back hurt, her head hurt, her legs ached, her lips were split and bleeding, her nose felt numb and she could feel her cheek swelling up under her eye. He still had his arm around her shoulders.
Twisted Wires refers to the crazy mixed up world of addiction.
In Doorways into Dying: Innovative Teaching for End of Life, Ingrid Rose and Kay Ryan present techniques and tools for communicating with those in out-of-ordinary states of consciousness such as...
Written as advice for his nest-abandoning daughters if they had bothered to ask for it, the author offers over 100 common-sense tips for living in world where sense is seldom common.
A senior detective from the Victorian Police attends a symposium in Madrid. Afterwards, he takes a holiday in Bilbao in the north of Spain, especially to visit the famous Guggenheim Museum.
Confessions of an Emotional Shipwreck provides us with an incredibly personal and touching account of James Bridgwater's life, from a shocking childhood tragedy to humorous accounts of his time...
Dilly is a female white and tan Jack Russell with very short legs and a pleasant nature who loves going and having adventures with his owner mum Sandy and owner dad Colin.
In Summer Linen, Jenny Dunbar contrasts "The citrus hay days, apple dawn and wood warm," against "the glass edged ice horn of the winter visitor who made old, hunched creatures of us...