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1. The Devil in the Marshalsea (Large Print Edition) - Antonia Hodgson

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Thrilling new historical fiction starring a scoundrel with a heart of gold and set in the darkest debtors prison in Georgian London, where people fall dead as quickly as they fall in love and no one is as they seem.

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2. The Devil in the Marshalsea (Large Print Edition) - Antonia Hodgson

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Thrilling new historical fiction starring a scoundrel with a heart of gold and set in the darkest debtors prison in Georgian London, where people fall dead as quickly as they fall in love and no one is as they seem.

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3. The Fear Index - Robert Harris

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Dr Alex Hoffmann is a physicist who uses a revolutionary and secret system of computer algorithms to trade on the world's financial markets. Hoffmann's hedge fund generates amazing returns for his investors.

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4. Juliet, Naked - Nick Hornby

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Annie lives with her partner of convenience, Duncan, who immerses himself in the esoterica of American singer-songwriter Tucker Crow. When Tucker releases a demo version of his album, Juliet, Duncan's and Annie's divergent reactions pull them apart.

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5. Veil of Night - Linda Howard

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Jaclyn Wilde is a wedding planner who loves her job, until the bride whose wedding she's organising is killed, with everyone involved pointing fingers at everyone else. Jaclyn isn't a suspect, but somehow she becomes the focus of the killer.

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6. The Stranger's Child - Alan Hollinghurst

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In the late summer of 1913 the aristocratic young poet Cecil Valance comes to stay at 'Two Acres', the home of his close Cambridge friend George Sawle. The weekend will have a lasting impact on George's 16-year-old sister Daphne.

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7. Dracula the Un-Dead - Dacre Stoker, Ian Holt

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This story begins in 1912, 25 years after the events described in the original "Dracula" novel. Dr Jack Seward, now a morphine addict, hunts vampires across Europe with the help of a mysterious benefactor.

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8. Offer of Proof - Robert Heilbrun

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Heilbrun puts his legal expertise to use in this stunning and beautifully written thriller with a shocking twist.

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9. Riptide Struggling with and Resurfacing from a Daughter's (Large Print 16pt) - Barbara Hale-Seubert

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Riptide is the raw and revealing account of the author's journey during the ten years her oldest daughter struggled with anorexia and bulimia, a battle that ended with her death at age 23 in February 2000.
Motherhood is about nurturing and protecting your child, yet with eating disorders, as with any addiction complicated by mental illness, parents can feel frustrated with powerlessness and filled with guilt and fear as they watch their beloved child consumed by a condition that has life - threatening power.
Eating disorders are rampant, with emaciated stars on the covers of tabloids and the modeling industry being challenged about unhealthy, unrealistic images of what is desirable. In the face of these ubiquitous images, obesity is at an all - time high among children and teens, driving more and younger children to ''experiment'' with anorectic and bulimic behaviors. That means more parents and caregivers need to understand how to cope and not only try to help these children, but also take care of themselves.
Using her unique perspective as a mother and psychotherapist, Barbara Hale - Seubert vividly chronicles her rollercoaster of grief, fear, and powerlessness. Here, Hale - Seubert holds onto the hope that her daughter could salvage some form of a life not fully eclipsed by the disorder, while at the same time learning to surrender what was out of her control and embracing, once again, the grace and value in her own life.
Riptide offers other parents the redemptive solace that comes with knowing that they aren't alone in their struggles.

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10. The Toughest Ranger (Large Print 16pt) - L. Ron Hubbard

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Enjoy this tale from the wild, wild west. Cowboy Petey McGuire has been kicked around so much that he's turned forlorn, self - despairing and gun - shy. Yet starvation has a way of changing a man and so, armed only with his attitude and a hungry belly, Petey finds his way to the headquarters of the Arizona Rangers looking for a job.Petey also finds a new ornery personality; he claims to be the toughest man around from Kansas City to N'Orleans, a man so tough he'd give a rattler nightmares. But when the chief Ranger, Captain Shannon, calls Petey's bluff and sends him after the most dangerous desperado in the state, Petey must discover what it really means to be Ranger - tough. ALSO INCLUDES THE WESTERN STORIES ''THE RANCH THAT NO ONE WOULD BUY'' AND ''SILENT PARDS'' ''With the flair of a Louis L'Amour or Zane Grey..'' - True West

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11. Why They Cried (Large Print 16pt) - Jim Hanas

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Whether it's a report from the real Cannes or a young couple discovering that reading Jacques Derrida aloud can lull their child to sleep, Jim Hanas finds the strange in the everyday and the everyday in the strange. Hanas writes a lean and powerful line that makes even absurd situations - a man who cries professionally, a beauty queen leaving her slob boyfriend for an astronaut - seem painfully familiar. Why They Cried answers its own question and the answer is funnier than you think. This title is available in electronic formats only, and is part of ECW's Joyland eBook imprint.

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12. Workbook Memos & Dispatches on Writing (Large Print 16pt) - Steven Heighton

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Since selections first appeared in the New Quarterly and the National Post as part of ''The Afterword,'' Steven Heighton's memos and dispatches to himself - a writer's pointed, cutting take on his own work and the work of writing - have been tweeted and retweeted, discussed and tacked to bulletin boards everywhere. Coalesced, completed, and collected here for the first time, a wholly new kind of book has emerged, one that's as much about creative process as it is about created product, at once about living life and the writing life. &Idquo; stick to a form that bluntly admits its own limitation and partiality and makes a virtue of both things,'' Heighton writes in his foreword, ''a form that lodges no claim to encyclopedic completeness, balance, or conclusive truth. At times, this form (I'm going to call it the memo) is a hybrid of the epigram and the pr cis, or of the aphorism and the abstract, the maxim and the debater's initial be - it - resolved. At other times it's a meditation in the Aurelian sense, a dispatch - to - self that aspires to address other selves - readers - as well.'' It's in these very aspirations, reaching both back into and forward in time - and, ultimately, outside of the pages of the book itself - that Heighton offers perhaps the freshest, most provocative picture of what it means to create the literature of the modern world.

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13. The Art of Pastoring Ministry Without All the Answer (Large Print 16pt) - David Hansen

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Leading us well beyond the niceties of self - help literature, Montana pastor David Hansen gives us a rare look at the actual pastorate - the one that emerges without your permission in the midst of life and ministry. In this revised and expanded edition, Hansen expands on his view of the pastor as a ''parable of Jesus'' and adds a new postlude.

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14. Metallica Club Dayz 1982 - 1984 (Large Print 16pt) - Bill Hale

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Metallica: The Club Dayz is a collection of photographs of the now legendary rock band Metallica, between 1982 and 1984. This book contains rare and exclusive photographs from six of the band's earliest performances including their first shows in San Francisco at The Stone and The Old Waldorf which featured the original lineup with Dave Mustaine (guitar) and Ron McGovney (bass), Cliff Burton's introductory gig with the band at The Stone, the last Metallica show with Dave Mustaine, and Kirk Hammett's Metallica debut. As chief photographer of Metal Rendezvous International, a groundbreaking heavy rock magazine that was published throughout the '80s, Bill Hale was given unlimited access to hang out with and photograph this then - fledgling metal band. His job at the time was to capture the band onstage and offstage and provide the magazine with unique photographs of Metallica, from the band showcasing their brazen live energy in concert, to unveiling some of their crazy and unpredictable backstage antics. Bill Hale was right there from the very beginning, capturing the band before, during and after their performances. He was at every one of their early Bay Area shows, without the safety of a photo pit, crushed among the savage crowd as they head - banged fearlessly to the music of their local heroes. Here, for the first time Bill Hale opens up his photo vault. Witness one of the greatest rock bands of all time during their embryonic stage. Influenced musically by the new breed of British metal yet epitomizing the punk rock attitude, Metallica's loud, snotty and don't five a fuck attitude is very evident in these photographs. Most of the photos in this book have never been published and many of the images have never before been revealed to the public. Metallica: The Club Dayz is a long lost chapter of this band's visual history.

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15. Russell Crowe A Life in Stories (Large Print 16pt) - Gabor H. Wylie

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In this innovative biography of one of Hollywood's most recently crowned kings, Gabor H. Wylie gives Russell Crowe fans what they've been longing for - the stories that make up a lifetime, little anecdotal gems strung together like pearls on a necklace. The star of Gladiator, The Insider, and L.A. Confidential is revealed as never before. From Crowe's New Zealand roots to his emotional Oscar triumph, Wylie traces his journey to stardom with true stories that have textured his life along the way. Imagine Crowe's campy portrayal of transvestite Frank N. Furter in an Australian stage production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Or the moment Crowe revealed to his shocked father that, since the family couldn't afford to send him to university to study history as he had planned, he intended to make his way as a performer. This is Russell Crowe - the dedicated musician, the acclaimed actor, the fascinating man - rendered in the most intimate medium we know: the stories of his life.
''Crowe comes across as a complex persona here - half boozing, driven machismo; half tender, loyal, sentimental, and ethical. Older teenage readers will enjoy this fast read.''

Voice of Youth Advocates, June 2002

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16. Planet of the Apes An Unofficial Companion (Large Print 16pt) - David Hofstede

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The unauthorized history of one of the most popular movies of all time. Released in 1967, Planet of the Apes was a top - ten box - office hit that captivated audiences with its provocative vision of the future. Over the next decade it spawned four sequels, a television series, an animated series, two comic books, and hundreds of merchandise tie - ins. To some, the Apes projects were a campy, sci - fi blast, with colourful characters and delightfully over - the - top performances. But others took the stories more seriously, as allegories on man's struggles with such issues as race, intolerance, and protecting of the environment.
Though there hasn't been a new Apes movie since 1974, the popularity of the original films and TV series has endured and, if anything, expanded in the interim. When director Tim Burton's remake of the original Planet of the Apes is released in the summer of 2001, interest in the phenomenon is certain to be rekindled on a prodigious scale.
Planet of the Apes: An Unofficial Companion is a comprehensive look at all aspects of Planet of the Apes, featuring interviews, reviews, complete cast and credit information, and a behind - the - scenes look at what made this quirky science - fiction series an enduring classic.

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17. Pilgrimage (Large Print 16pt) - Jacinta Halloran

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At forty - nine, Celeste has long renounced the religion of her childhood. Yet she finds herself reluctantly accompanying her mother and sister to a pilgrimage site in Romania, where her devout mother seeks a miracle - a cure for her terminal illness. As Celeste tries to come to terms with her mother's impending decline, she realises she has to confront the unspoken conflicts embedded in the foundations of her family. Away from her husband, she must also face her fear of what the future holds for them both. Full of compassion, warmth and grace, Pilgrimage is a powerful meditation on how our personal histories haunt us, and an affirmation of the hope and sustenance that may be found in our imperfect families.

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18. Wish (Large Print 16pt) - Kelly Hunter

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All single mother Billie Temple wants is to trade her hectic Sydney lifestyle for simple country living and a place to call home. When she finds a small country pub in need of some TLC she thinks she's found the perfect solution. Until she meets her new landlord. Meanwhile, all cattleman Adam Kincaid wants is for Billie and her son to leave town. Adam and Billie are on an inevitable collision course, but will love prove the perfect solution? The obstacles seem insurmountable. Adam doubts his ability to protect and love, after failing to prevent a family tragedy a few years earlier. Billie can't trust anyone but herself. - and she's done a damn good job at looking after her son without help. Who needs a man? Then, things take an unsettling and faintly sinister turn with several strange incidents, all apparently aimed at hurting Billie. Wish is a wonderful, sexy romance that will keep you guessing until the very end. It's a brilliant collision between two headstrong people, and filled with moments of tenderness that will touch your heart. Keep the tissues on hand.

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19. Splitting Up (Large Print 16pt) - Judy Hogg

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Splitting Up is the complete guide for anyone whose relationship is breaking down - whether you are married, de facto or in a same sex partnership. This new edition includes the latest changes in Australian family law, in particular how conflict is dealt with in custody disputes. Written by leading family law expert Judy Hogg, Splitting Up gives you access to the best legal advice on: Counselling options Leaving a relationship Choosing a lawyer Money matters, Child Support, Property, Domestic Violence The Court System Starting a New Life. Splitting Up deciphers the complicated world of law and empowers the reader to make informed decisions about their future. It is an essential book for separating couples, as well as doctors, ministers, counsellors and social workers.

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20. Emotional Intelligence and the Church Be Transformed by the Renewing of Your Mind (Large Print 16pt) - Rupert A. Jr. Hayles

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Emotional Intelligence affects the spiritual and intellectual dimensions of our lives and leads to an emotionally healthy church. This book offers the individual reader a pathway to improve his emotional well - being and to enhance his overall spiritual development. As believers learn the practical principles within this book, the local church will grow and thrive as relationships within the body become more open and genuine. The reader will learn how to: Manage stress; Control impulses; Improve adaptability; Develop interpersonal skills; Develop intrapersonal skills; Be emotionally healthy. As we learn to appreciate the differences among people and understand how our life experiences affect our reactions, we will be able to change the way we respond to others, and we will be able to achieve self - acceptance, as well.

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