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1. Waterline - Ross Raisin

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Mick Little used to be a shipbuilder on the Glasgow yards. But as they closed one after another down the river, the search for work took him and his beloved wife Cathy to Australia and back again, struggling for a living, longing for home.

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2. Where Women are Kings - Christie Watson

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Elijah, seven years old, has a history of disruptive behaviour. His adoptive mother Nikki believes that she and her husband Obi are strong enough to accept his difficulties - and that her being white will not affect her ability to raise a black son.

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3. Who's That Sleeping in My Bed? - Keren Smedley

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Being over 50 is not what it used to be: it does not mean giving up on sex and love. This title addresses a range of questions and answers them wisely and wittily.

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4. When Will the Dead Lady Sing?: A Thoroughly Southern Mystery - Patricia Sprinkle

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Hopemore, Georgia, county magistrate MacLaren Yarbrough is having a couple of weird weeks. Hopemore folks don't expect to find a buffalo grazing on the front lawn, but that's exactly what Mac discovers early one autumn morning.

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5. We Need New Names - NoViolet Bulawayo

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Darling and her friends live in a shanty called Paradise, which of course is no such thing. It isnt all bad, though. Theres mischief and adventure, games of Find bin Laden, stealing guavas, singing Lady Gaga at the tops of their voices.

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6. Who's that Sleeping in My Bed - Keren Smedley

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Being over 50 is not what it used to be: it does not mean giving up on sex & love. 'Who's That Sleeping In My Bed?' addresses a huge range of questions & answers them wisely & wittily.

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7. We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land - Jimmy Carter

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Nobel Peace Laureate argues that this is a unique time for achieving peace in the Middle East - and offers a comprehensive plan to do just that.

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8. We Are Here - Michael Marshall

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There are people out there in the shadows, watching, waiting. They are the forgotten. And theyre about to turn.

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9. We can Have Peace in the Holy Land - Jimmy Carter

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Nobel Peace Laureate argues that this is a unique time for achieving peace in the Middle East - and offers a comprehensive plan to do just that.

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10. What A Girl Wants - Lindsey Kelk

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Being arrested in your own bedroom is never a good start to the day. Tess Brookes really needs to sort out her backstabbing flatmate and her life...

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11. Women of a Dangerous Age - Fanny Blake

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Lou is married to a man who no longer loves her. It's time to move on, to begin a new business venture and to start her life over. To celebrate her new-found freedom, she travels to India where she befriends Ali after taking each other's photographs.

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12. Without Due Process - J.A. Janice

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policeman and his family have been murdered in their home. The only survivor is the five-year-old boy who was hiding in the closet. Seattle Homicide Detective J.P. Beaumont sets out to find the killer and protect the boy.

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13. Written in Red: A Spy Thriller Set in Oxford with Echoes of the Cold War - Annie Dalton

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The murder of a college professor has its roots in the Cold War: the new Oxford Dogwalkers mystery from award-winning YA writer Annie Dalton.

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14. We Ate the Road Like Vultures (16pt Large Print Edition) - Lynnette Lounsbury

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Lulu, Adolf, a moose and a Hummer...If you're in the mood for madness and mayhem, this book satisfies like chocolate cake with more than a touch of chilli. We Ate the Road like Vultures is what happens when Lulu, a girl from down - under, discovers Jack Kerouac alive and living Mexico with a bloke called Chicco, meets the sexy angel back - packer, Adolf and they all dust off the Hummer in the garage...Lynnette Lounsbury's witty, insightful and deeply wise road story is impossible to put down. Written in the scroll style of the renowned Beat writer, and reminiscent of Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris, the story unravels vibrantly, enticing readers to reach for Kerouac's classic. If Hunter S Thompson was a sixteen year old girl, jacked up on peyote and hormones and carrying around a nasty beat poet fetish, this is how she¹d write. What glorious, clear, concise madness. Ms Lounsbury is one to watch, or more importantly, READ.'''''''' - Rhys Muldoon. Lynnette Lounsburyis a writer, lecturer, martial artist, traveller, and occasional poet. She grew up in Papua New Guinea and on the NSW North Coast. She now lives in Sydney. She currently teaches writing and ancient history at Avondale College and is senior editor of the student travel blog Ytravel. Her first book, Afterworld (Allen & Unwin 2014), was released for the young adults in 2014. We Ate the Road like Vultures is her first novel for adults.

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15. Waif for Me, Jack - Addison Jones

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Set near San Francisco, this warm and funny novel follows the fortunes and failures of Jack and Milly for sixty years. They marry in 1952, and typical of post-war couples, shift up a class. Optimistic and full of plans, they see themselves living the American Dream. Through the years they cling to each other despite having little in common. But the clinging doesn't always preclude infidelity or disappointment, and the social changes they live through impact on their relationship in complex and surprising ways. Ultimately, though, what holds them together is stronger than what pulls them apart. This is a love story that tells the truth or one or two truths about love and marriage.

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16. We That Are Left - Clare Clark

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It is 1910 and to ten-year-old Oskar Grunewald, the Melville family is impossibly, incomprehensibly glamorous. It is a world to which Oskar, mathematics prodigy and son of a penniless German composer, has no wish to belong. His fascination is all for physics where new scientific discoveries are. But when Theo Melville is killed in the Great War, shattering his family's lives, Oskar finds himself drawn reluctantly into the gaping hole his death has left behind. As Theo's two sisters struggle in a world that no longer plays by the old rules, Oskar's life becomes entwined with theirs in ways that will change all of their futures forever.

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17. Wake Up and Roar - Papaji H. W. L. Poonja

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H.W.L. Poonja - affectionately known as Papaji - was only nine years old when he experienced his first samadhi, an altered state of consciousness where observer and object merge. As an adult, he sat in devotion with Sri Ramana Maharshi, and went on to become a master teacher in his own right, whose followers trekked across the world to sit in his presence. Wake Up and Roar is a collector's edition of teachings delivered throughout his life, edited by Eli Jaxon-Bear, a longtime student of Papaji. Originally published in two volumes, here is Papaji's landmark work bound in one elegant book with previously unreleased photographs and a new foreword from Gangaji, his best-known student. Presented in a question-and-answer format, Wake Up and Roar offers you an opportunity to awaken, here and now, regardless of background, practice, or personal circumstance. ''The Self contains everything,'' teaches Papaji. ''There is nothing apart from it. This is why you can call it emptiness. There is nothing beyond emptiness.'' Blending humor, logic, and eye-opening storytelling, Papaji extends a gracious wisdom that speaks to the earnest seeker investigating the nature of mind, enlightenment, and ''how to be in the world.'' In Wake up and Roar, he brings comfort and encouragement to practitioners from all traditions, at any stage of their inquiry into awakening.

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18. WEE MALKIE Large Print - Frances Mary Hendry

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Contemporary issues novel about bullying, set in Scotland, for younger teens, published in Large Print. Small, downtrodden Malcolm finally explodes, and stands up to his bullying stepbrother - with a frying pan. And his life changes drastically. Exiled by his stepfather to the wilds of Scotland, away from his mother and little sister, into the care of his elderly Aunt Mary and a huge Rambo lookalike, he meets a fresh type of bully and faces humiliation and shocking dangers for himself and his beloved dog Bullet. He tries to control his urge to react with violence, to stop being a victim, to develop a new outlook on life. So that when the gorgeously handsome Gerald reappears, gloating, Malcolm can maybe - just maybe - sort him out. Nothing goes smoothly, of course. But in the fresh explosion of personalities, with the help of his new friends and family, Wee Malkie faces his problems with determination and humour - and the result surprises even him.

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19. Weight of Evidence (Large Print 16pt) - Matt Murphy

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In 1794 and 1799 Superintendent of Convicts Nicholas Devine was granted 210 acres on the edge of the current CBD of Sydney. After the demise of Governor Bligh (to whom he was closely allied) Devine reluctantly retired to his estate where, as an old man living alone, he was constantly beaten and robbed. An Irish convict named Bernard Rochford befriended the old man in 1825 and upon his death in 1830 forged a Will and seized control of the estate and proceeded to subdivide it and sell it off. Many of the purchasers (and others, including the Governor) knew Rochford was in no position to sell the land as even if the will he had was authentic, he was a nonetheless a convict and therefore was prohibited from holding property, let alone profit from its sale. Rochford sold much of the land in exchange for grog and was continually in court over a variety of issues. As devious as Rochford was, he proved no match for his wife whose deceit landed him in jail where he died in 1839. The 30 new landowners included judges, mayors, magistrates, aldermen, newspaper editors, solicitors and other Sydney luminaries. They believed that with Rochford s death all suspicions regarding their ownership of the land would also die but that was not to be. In 1848 Nicholas Devine s heir John Devine arrived to lay claim to the entire estate.

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20. Walking In The Spirit & When The Comforter Came; Tabernacle Sermons IX - Albert B. Simpson

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Tabernacle Sermons

VOLUME 9

Walking In The Spirit & When The Comforter Came

This book was originally printed as two separate books: "Walking In The Spirit," Volume 11 of Tabernacle Sermons, and "When The Comforter Came" was printed as a thirty-one day devotional dealing with the Holy Spirit. A.B. Simpson wrote much on the Holy Spirit. He felt that the Holy Spirit was indispensable to the Christian life and of absolute necessity. He had a great influence on the Pentecostal churches, and many modern Pentecostal denominations were founded by men and women that read much of Simpson's writings.)

Beginning in 1886 A.B. Simpson began publishing a series of books called "Tabernacle Sermons." These books contained messages that he had preached in the Gospel Tabernacle, New York City, New York and subsequently published in eleven volumes.
These books are reprints of their original volumes. The content has been kept as close to the original as possible. Spelling was modernized in a few places, and where there were obvious errors in the text (one or two), comparisons were made to later editions of the books to keep the author's intent. Some of the original eleven volumes were combined, and some of the author's other books were added into the series.

VOLUME 1

The King's Business

(This book is a series of messages dealing with leadership, ministry, and service. In subsequent years (after the first edition) this book was broken into pieces and printed as three different books: (1) "Holy Ghost Ministries," containing chapters 4, and 6-11; (2) "The King's Business," containing chapters 1-3, 13 and 16; and (3) "Service for the King," containing chapters 5, 12, 14-15, 18-20. This book is a reprint of the first edition.)
VOLUME 2

The Fullness Of Jesus


VOLUME 3

The Gospel Of The Kingdom


VOLUME 4

Natural Emblems Of Spiritual Life


VOLUME 5

In Christ


This book contains three volumes: The Four-Fold Gospel, The Christ Life, & The Christ Life And The Self Life (This book was originally printed as three separate books: The Four-Fold Gospel, Volume 5 of Tabernacle Sermons; The Christ Life, Volume 8 of Tabernacle Sermons; and The Christ Life And The Self Life, which was printed as an individual book.) Also added to "The Self Life" were two chapters taken from, "Standing On Faith." These chapters are: 14 "The Curse of Selfishness", and 15 "Ishmael and Isaac; Or the Death of Self."
VOLUME 6

Divine Emblems In Genesis And Exodus


(This book was originally printed as two separate volumes: Volume 6, and Volume 7, in the original Tabernacle Sermons.)
VOLUME 7

Christ In The Tabernacle And Leviticus

(This book was originally printed as two separate books Volume 9 Christ in the Tabernacle - part of the Tabernacle Sermons Series; and Christ in Leviticus - part of the Christ in the Bible Series.)
VOLUME 8

Joshua & The Land Of Promise

(This book was originally printed as two separate books: The Land Of Promise Volume 10 of Tabernacle Sermons; and Christ in Joshua - part of the Christ in the Bible Series.
VOLUME 9

Walking In The Spirit & When The Comforter Came

This book was originally printed as two separate books: "Walking In The Spirit," Volume 11 of Tabernacle Sermons, and "When The Comforter Came" was printed as a thirty-one day devotional dealing with the Holy Spirit. A.B. Simpson wrote much on the Holy Spirit. He felt that the Holy Spirit was indispensable to the Christian life and of absolute necessity. He had a great influence on the Pentecostal churches, and many modern Pentecostal denominations were founded by men and women that read much of Simpson's writings.

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