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101. The Serpent Pool A Lake District Mystery - Martin Edwards

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Praise for The Serpent Pool... "A story that is complex and intellect-ually stimulating." -Booklist Seven years ago, Bethany Friend was found drowned in the lonely Serpent Pool in England's Lake District. Now, to win justice for Bethany's dying mother, DCI Hannah Scarlett of the Cold Case Squad re-opens the case. Then Hannah meets Louise Kind, sister of historian Daniel Kind. Louise has just confessed to her brother that she struck her lover with a knife, but the victim has vanished. Searching for answers, Hannah and Daniel-who is researching the opium-addicted 19th-century English writer Thomas De Quincey-encounter dark secrets and strange obsessions that oddly echo De Quincey's drug-fueled writings. Martin Edwards has published 12 novels, edited 16 crime fiction anthologies, and written a book about homicide investigation. He is a well-known reviewer and commentator on the genre. www.martinedwardsbooks.com

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102. Cae Marged - Lyn Ebenezer

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103. Effigies - Mary Anna Evans

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Faye Longchamp and Joe Wolf Mantooth have traveled to Neshoba County, Mississippi, to help excavate a site near Nanih Waiya, the sacred mound where tradition says the Choctaw nation was born. When farmer Carroll Calhoun refuses the archaeologists' request to investigate an ancient Native American mound, Faye and her colleagues are disappointed. But his next action breaks their hearts: he tries to bulldoze the huge relic to the ground. That night, Calhoun is found dead, his throat sliced with a handmade stone blade. Was he killed by an archaeologist angered by his wanton destruction of history? Did a Choctaw take up arms to defend an embattled heritage? Or was it someone else with a grudge...?

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104. Findings - Mary Anna Evans

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105. Triple Cross LP - Kit Ehrman

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Barn manager Steve Cline has enrolled in a private investigation course and is working on the final project. But when his father, racehorse trainer Chris Kessler, invites him to Louisville on a two-week, all-expense-paid vacation, it isn't really a vacation. Kessler has a Derby runner and needs a reliable fill-in when one of his employees is injured. With only two horses to care for, the workload is light, and Steve decides to get that class project out of the way-a simple records search. But the very act of initiating the project triggers a chance encounter that plunges Steve into the world of the ultra rich...a world where greed, revenge, and ambition drive some men to commit unspeakable acts amid the pageantry and glamour of thoroughbred racing.

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106. The Smoky God: Or Journey to the Inner Earth - Willis G. Emerson

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107. Strangers LP - Mary Anna Evans

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Faye Longchamp and husband Joe Wolf Mantooth have founded an archaeological consulting firm, and a couple who own an historic home in St. Augustine, Florida, provide the firm's first big project. Within a day of their arrival at Dunkirk Manor, a lovely young employee disappears, leaving behind a smear of blood in her car and a collection of priceless arti-facts. Two days later, the missing woman's boyfriend is found dead, his throat slashed. The detective in charge believes that the artifacts are key to the crime and hires Faye to track down their origin. Faye and Joe find artifacts at the site dating from every era of St. Augustine history. Then comes the most stunning discovery of all: the diary of a priest who left Spain in 1565 and was present at the city's birth.... Mary Anna Evans lives in Florida. When she's not writing her novels, she works with teachers to develop ways to use popular fiction to teach math, science, and history to kids. www.maryannaevans.com

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108. The Mill on the Floss (Large Print) - George Eliot

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This large print title is set in Tieras 16pt font as reccomended by the RNIB.

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109. Christmas Box - Large Print Edition - Richard Paul Evans

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110. Floodgates A Faye Longchamp Mystery - Mary Anna Evans

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Faye Longchamp and her team of archaeologists, fighting to save New Orleans' past, are horrified when they discover a corpse that's far too new to be an archaeological find. The police presume it's just another dead body left by Hurricane Katrina, until Faye shows them that the debris piled on top of the dead woman is all wrong. Someone brought Shelly Broussard to this flooded-out house and left her dead body behind. Faye and her assistant Joe Wolf Mantooth are drawn into the investigation and soon learn that trouble swirled around the victim like winds around the still, quiet eye of a hurricane. Will Faye and Joe be the next innocents engulfed in this deadly deception? Mary Anna Evans, author of the award-winning Faye Longchamp archaeological mysteries, is a mother of three and an avid amateur musician. www.maryannaevans.com

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111. The Corporate Person: The Nature of Volunteer Boards, Their Cult - Harold Everson

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112. Cold Burn - Kit Ehrman

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113. Speak Easy The Essential Guide to Speaking in Public - Maggie Eyre

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For most people, nothing is so daunting as public speaking. Whether making a business presentation or an after-dinner speech, the same symptoms and fears appear: dry throat, sweaty palms, increased heart rate, fear of making a fool of yourself, saying the wrong thing, drying up altogether. All of these things can be overcome. In SPEAK EASY, Maggie Eyre shares her considerable knowledge and experience as a communications consultant and media trainer to show you how to build your confidence to speak in public with ease and flair. And confidence is the key. All of the advice in this practical book is aimed at developing the self-confidence every speaker needs to communicate effectively. There are many building blocks involved in the process, but Maggie Eyre explains how to use them all, with a host of anecdotes and examples to illustrate her points. Business leaders, politicians, lecturers and media presenters have all successfully followed her advice. With SPEAK EASY, you too can be a successful public speaker.

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114. The Lifted Veil (Large Print) - George Eliot

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This classic large print title is printed in 16 point Tiresias font as recommended by the Royal National Institute for the Blind

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115. Loose Ends A Castle Street Mystery (Large Print 16pt) - Don Easton

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Jack Taggart, an undercover Mountie, lives in a world where the good guys and the bad guys change places in a heartbeat. Taggart is very good at what he does. Too good to be playing by the rules. The brass decide to assign a new partner to spy on him. Taggart's new partner discovers a society dependent upon unwritten rules. To break these rules is to lose respect. To lose respect is to lose one's life. Loose Ends is terrifying. It is a tale of violence, corruption, and retribution, but it is also a story of honour and respect.

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116. Everyone's Way of the Cross - Clarence J. Enzler

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117. Long Game (16pt Large Print Edition) - Catherine Evans

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Does she dare pursue all her dreams? Everyone in Grong Grong knows Cress Kennedy's childhood dream is to play Aussie Rules Football, so when the Sydney Sirens sign her in the new Women's Aussie Rules competition, she heads to the big city to pursue her dream. But no one in Grong Grong knows of Cress's other dreams: the ones that revolve entirely around Quin Fitzpatrick. Quin Fitzpatrick left Grong Grong as an eighteen-year-old to play Aussie Rules in Sydney, but after eight years the shine has gone from the lifestyle. When his best friend's little sister follows in his country-to-city footsteps, he promises to look after her. She can stay with him and he'll protect her as best he can. Besides, Watercress is the little sister he never had. But Cress is all grown up now and playing Women's Aussie Rules, and it's about time that Quin sees her as a woman too...

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118. Tanked (16pt Large Print Edition) - Eamon Evans

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Vikings were on mushrooms. Booze may have cost us Gallipoli. The Nazis loved meth, and the Stone Age was more like the 'stoned age'. We tend to see the past as a dull, sober place - as a time of stiff collars and straight-laced conformity, when people's bodies were as pure as their minds. We need to think again. It turns out that many of the great events in history wouldn't have happened if someone hadn't got smashed. From presidents and prime ministers, soldiers and scientists, to explorers, writers, musos and more, many of mankind's great movers and shakers might have been better off having a quiet lie-down. And there's no one better placed to shine a light on their secrets than the ever-witty - and occasionally coherent - Eamon Evans. Substance by substance and binge by binge, Tanked is your guide to all the trashy little moments that have helped change the course of our world.

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119. Russell Crowe The Biography (Large Print 16pt) - Tim Ewbank, Stafford Hildred

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The Australian actor who burst on to the Hollywood scene with his roles in LA Confidential and The Insider, not to mention an explosive Oscar - nominated performance in Gladiator is given in - depth biographical treatment in this book. From a small role in daytime soap Neighbours to ''Sextest Man Alive'', Crowe is a different kind of Hollywood star, reminiscent of the golden age of Hollywood, he has the charisma, talent and rugged charm of Bogart and Brando. Unlike so many of his contemporaries, he seems unwilling to succumb to the modern marketing gloss and hype, instead grounding himself on his ranch in New South Wales and choosing roles that are enigmatic, raw, challenging and always highly acclaimed.

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120. Dead Ends A Jack Taggart Mystery (Large Print 16pt) - Don Easton

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Intrepid Mountie Jack Taggart is hurled into a world where morality, justice, and the legal system are pitted against one another. Taggart investigates the murder of someone who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Wiretap information identifies a shadowy gang member known only as Cocktail as being responsible. Taggart and his partner go undercover to join one of a coalition of gangs who are at war in British Columbia. Their mission is to identify Cocktail and gain evidence to convict him of murder. Taggart soon finds himself knee - deep in drive - by shootings, meth labs, retaliatory murders, and date rapes. An offer of a truce pact to stop the gang warfare is arranged by Cocktail. Taggart, along with gang bosses, is taken to a remote location to discuss a peace agreement. What they find is that Cocktail has lured them into a trap of torture and murder.

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