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Because the Sun Still Does Cast Shadows spans sixty years and four continents, and has a colourful cast of characters that hail from all walks of life; all are entangled in a tale of love and loss that is elegantly portrayed in Haselhurst's rich, expressive prose. The story follows the life of Sophie Gilmore, the 'girl from the Klein Karoo', who is born on a farm in South Africa.

£14.99
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Bedside Medicine is an indispensable handbook for medical students and doctors, inculcating the most fundamental and essential core of the medical profession, which is the diagnosis of illness and disease through the examination of patients. The book comprises a set of pointers, guidelines, information and advice on examination and diagnosis.

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£9.99
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Before Spin is the eye-opening autobiography by Keith McDowall. It reveals an exciting wartime childhood, how the author became a local reporter chasing the news in South London to eventually working in Fleet Street where he covered industry, trade unions and Cabinet level politics. At the height of his career in the Government Information Service, Keith was a close adviser to both Labour and Conservative Cabinet Ministers throughout the 1970s and 80s.

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£16.99
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Before Spin is the eye-opening autobiography by Keith McDowall. It reveals an exciting wartime childhood, how the author became a local reporter chasing the news in South London to eventually working in Fleet Street where he covered industry, trade unions and Cabinet level politics. At the height of his career in the Government Information Service, Keith was a close adviser to both Labour and Conservative Cabinet Ministers throughout the 1970s and 80s.

£19.99
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Antibiotic resistance in bacteria is rapidly becoming a major concern of medical practitioners worldwide. In fact, unless it is dealt with as a matter of urgency, we shall return to the ‘Dark Ages of Medicine’ as the British Prime Minister has recently warned. This book vividly paints the scenario before the ‘germ theory’ was conceived, and at a time when antimicrobials and anti-parasite agents were not even envisaged. How were the cause and management of infections viewed and treatment implemented, both in Britain and in tropical countries?

£19.99
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Reflecting on the text in the Synoptic Gospels where Jesus encounters the demon-possessed boy and his father, and then extending that reflection by means of the 14th century icon of the same text, this small book argues for a greater recognition of those with mental health problems as people vitally important to God and made in His image.

£9.99
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The redoubtable Peggy Haswell was a young pioneer, flying to The Gambia just after World War Two. She was an agronomist who was sent to the remote parts of Africa to study how the villagers lived. Facing crocodiles, snakes and scorpions, not to mention the local magician practising his ‘medicine’, she spent months with only her African assistant for company. But, later, with other Europeans and the locals working alongside them, Peggy and her companions made the best of their adventures.

£7.99
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The adventures and misadventures that occur when a monkey comes to stay ...

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£9.99
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The area covered by this book is mainly that of the five waggonways delivering coal to their staiths on the River Tyne at Lemington from collieries at Wylam, Heddon, Throckley, Walbottle, Hollywell and Black Callerton. The main objective has been to place the early wooden waggonways fully in the context of their purpose and usage within the mining industry and continues with their development and the coming of railways up to the demise of the coal industry in that district.

£29.95
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When Andrew and his sister, Polly, arrive in Devon they are soon to realise that this is not going to be a normal holiday. The appearance and disappearance of the ghost of a strange teenage boy leads Andrew to discover a secret hidden in the garden of his aunt’s old house.

£5.99

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