|Author:||NOT This one|
Cards provide the leads to track down the 39 Clues. The first card pack comes with 16 cards randomly pulled from a pool of 55, as well as a game guide with tips on how to play. Each card comes with a unique identification code. Enter this code on the website to create your own online card collection!
|Author:||J. D. Robb|
'Meet me tomorrow, midnight. Aquarian Club. TELL NO ONE.' When New York cop Frank Wojinski is found murdered, death gets very personal for homicide detective, Eve Dallas - and she'll stop at nothing to find Frank's killer. But then another victim is claimed: Frank's own granddaughter. As Eve delves deeper into the case, more ... read more
The story of "In America" is inspired by the emigration to America in 1876 of Helena Modrzejewska, Poland's most celebrated actress, accompanied by her husband, Count Karol Chlapowski, her fifteen-year-old son, Rudolf, the young journalist and future author of "Quo Vadis", Henryk Sienkiewicz, and a few friends; their brief so... read more
Annabelle is a beautiful stranger with a mysterious past, planning the heist of the century -- two short cons to fund a long con, then a life of unashamed luxury, incognito in a foreign land. Jonathan DeHaven, the shy head of the Rare Books Division at the Library of Congress, is planning nothing more than an uneventful day a... read more
Oliver Stone and the Camel Club are back for their most dangerous adventure yet. Casino king and vicious thug Jerry Bagger is hunting Annabelle Conroy, who conned him out of millions. Stone and his colleagues must marshal all their resources to protect her. Yet their skills may not be enough when a deadly new opponent rips of... read more
The man known as Oliver Stone has no official past. He spends most days camped opposite the White House, hoping to expose corruption wherever he finds it. But the stakes are raised when he and his friends, a group of conspiracy theorist misfits known as The Camel Club, accidentally witness the murder of an intelligence analys... read more
|Author:||Manuel Vazquez Montalban|
|Series:||Pepe Carvalho Mystery a Pepe Carvalho Mystery|
At a meeting of the central committee of Spain's Communist Party, in a room both locked and guarded, general secretary Fernando Garrido is stabbed to death. But the Party refuses to believe it was an inside job. They turn to former member Pepe Carvalho. But he's soon out of his depth in unfamiliar Madrid, where he spends near... read more
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Inspired by John Cheever's short story The Swimmer, Roger Deakin set out in 1996 to swim through the British Isles. From the sea, from rock pools, from rivers and streams, tarns, lakes, lochs, ponds, lidos, swimming pools, and spas, Deakin presents an alternative perspective on Britain. First published 1999.
|Author:||Rob Lloyd Jones|
|Series:||Usborne Look Inside|
Peek under all the flaps in the colorful and engaging book - perfect for little fingers and curious minds.
A sumptuous collection of Thai-inspired recipes for the modern kitchen, "Modern Thai Food" contains 100 favorite dishes translated for home cooks from the acclaimed Longrain restaurants. Also included are recipes for the cocktails and 'stick drinks' that have made Longrain's bar famous, and a comprehensive illustrated glossar... read more
|Author:||Ian W. McLean|
|Series:||Princeton Economic History of the Western World|
This book is the first comprehensive account of how Australia attained the world's highest living standards within a few decades of European settlement, and how the nation has sustained an enviable level of income to the present. Beginning with the Aboriginal economy at the end of the eighteenth century, Ian McLean argues tha... read more
Wisden 2013 - the 150th edition - contains coverage of every first-class game in every cricket nation, and reports and scorecards for all Tests and ODIs. Including the eagerly awaited Notes by the Editor, the Cricketers of the Year awards, and some of the finest sports writing of the year - such as the brilliant obituaries - ... read more
Thoroughly updated, rewritten and revised this third edition offers nurses and healthcare professionals an evidence-based approach to providing better care for people in palliative care and for those who love and support them.O'Connor from Monash University.
|Author:||Antony M. Ford|
This is the third book in Antony Ford's acclaimed series on Pullman cars. This title is another beautifully printed volume, produced on heavyweight art paper, and includes illustrations and drawings. Also included are plans showing the second version of the renowned and well-remembered all-steel Pullman car. Introduced in the... read more
|Author:||Antony M. Ford|
From the 1920s, through the depressive 30s, their revival and popularity in the early post-war period and subsequent withdrawal from main line service in the 1960s. Produced on heavyweight art paper, the book includes a huge range of illustrations and photographs depicting the distinctive exteriors and interiors of the best k... read more
Stormy Weather is a biography of Lena Horne, one Hollywood's stars, and one of the first Tony and Grammy winning stars, who opened doors for black female entertainers such as Eartha Kitt, Sarah Vaughn, Diahann Carroll, Aretha Franklin, and Diana Ross, to name a few. She was glamorous, seductive, and dignified. But under her w... read more
In this captivating, suspenseful memoir, white lion conservationist Linda Tucker describes her perilous struggle to protect the sacred white lion from the merciless and mafia-like trophy-hunting industry, armed only with her indomitable spirit and total devotion. Her story begins in 1991 with a heart-stopping misadventure in... read more
It's 1983 and Daisy Lane is battling to keep her son, Jamie, under some kind of control. His older brother Eddie is about to come out of prison after a stretch for manslaughter, and his release couldn't come soon enough. In Eddie's absence, Jamie has matured from a tearaway teenager to a hardened criminal with a psychotic edg... read more
Cara David was an orphan from a working-class background in England, who gained a scholarship to train as a teacher in London. Her drive and intelligence saw her become a lecturer at the prestigious Whitelands College, from where she was appointed by Sir Henry Parkes as founding principal of the new Hurlstone Women's Training... read more