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The Power Of Divine Eros
The Power Of Divine Eros A. H. Almaas, Karen Johnson
An innovative spiritual teacher shows how to use desire and passion as a gateway to realizing our full potential.
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A Very British Killing
A Very British Killing A. T. Williams
Winner of the Orwell Prize for Political Writing 2013 This is the true story of a murder that sums up the stink of invading Iraq and why the Iraq story is far from over.
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Mad Mitch's Tribal Law
Mad Mitch's Tribal Law Aaron Edwards
Aden 1967: a shocking account of Britain's forgotten war on terror, and a remarkable story of leadership and courage.
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Hippy Dinners
Hippy Dinners Abbie Ross
Memoir of a childhood 'living the dream' in 1970s Wales. Emma Kennedy (the Tent the Bucket & Me) meets Laurie Lee (Cider with Rosie).
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Parasites Like Us
Parasites Like Us Adam Johnson
By the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 2013, Adam Johnson's highly acclaimed debut novel: Some lost civilizations are better left buried ...
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British Muslim Soldier Adnan Sarwar
The Army can be family. The Army can be religion. The Army can be your identity. Adnan Sarwar – Pakistani boy from Burnley, good Muslim son, British squaddie – tells us why and how he became a British Muslim Soldier.
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Men, Love, Sex
Men, Love, Sex Alan Close
What men really talk about when they talk about love.
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Szabad
Szabad Alan Duff
A gripping novel set in 1950s Hungary about a fight for freedom and a fight for love.
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Both Sides of the Moon
Both Sides of the Moon Alan Duff
A powerful novel by the author of Once Were Warriors, about a half caste and his Maori warrior ancestor, cast out of his tribe.
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