• Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
      April 2013

      Who’s Afraid of the Booker Prize?

      by Peter Cowlam

      Winner of the 2015 Quagga Prize for Literary Fiction. <span s

    • Mystery
      2014

      Under an English Heaven

      An Ellie Kent Mystery

      by Alice K. Boatwright

      What could be more pleaceful than living life as a vicar’s wife in the English countryside? That’s what newlywed Ellie Kent believes as she begins her life with her clergyman husband Graham. Unfortunately, she is no sooner ensconced i

    • Thriller / suspense
      February 2015

      What Lies in the Dark

      by Thompson, CM

      One murder can make a town nervous. Two brings fear. Add three, four and even more, and watch neighbour turn on suspicious neighbour. Victoria Bullrush – or Bullface, as she is called by fellow police officers – is a stickler for rules. As

    • Language: reference & general
      October 2013

      Spoken English

      by Editorial Board

      In today's competitive world, Spoken English is considered as a passport for a guaranteed success in life. The craze for learning spoken English has led to the growth of various coaching institutes all over the country. Much as they may profess and advert

    • March 2013

      Drafting Contracts in Legal English

      Cross-border Agreements Governed by U.S. Law

      by Cynthia M. Adams, Peter K. Cramer

      Written in a deliberate and concise manner, devoid of United States colloquialisms, Drafting Contracts in Legal English: Cross-border Agreements Governed by U.S. Law is designed for classroom use as well as self-study. Teaching a strategic approach

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      November 2012

      The Saint Who Would Be Santa Claus

      The True Life and Trials of Nicholas of Myra

      by Adam C. English

      With his rosy cheeks and matching red suit—and ever-present elf and reindeer companions—Santa Claus may be the most identifiable of fantastical characters. But what do we really know of jolly old Saint Nicholas, "patron saint" of Chri

    • Fiction
      July 2016

      New King Palmers

      by Peter Cowlam

      Winner of the 2018 Quagga Prize for Literary Fiction. Set in the late 1990s, in the months up to and after the death of Princess Diana, New King Palmers is narrated by its principal character Humfrey Joel, a close friend of Earl Eliot d’

    • Teaching, Language & Reference
      2005

      80,000 Word English Dictionary

      by Zhang Bairan

      80,000 word English dictionary collection of nearly 80,000 words. Both included in the core vocabulary of English. But also to expand the derived words and phrases commonly used to meet large. Secondary school students and teachers and other needs of E

    • History
      October 2019

      The Economy of Medieval Wales, 1067-1536

      by Matthew Frank Stevens

      This book surveys the economy of Wales from Norman invasion to Anglo-Welsh union. Key themes include the evolution of the agrarian economy; the growth of towns; the adoption of a money economy; English colonization; the collapse of native Welsh social

    • Literary studies: classical, early & medieval
      November 2019

      Middle English Devotional Compilations

      Composing Imaginative Variations in Late Medieval England

      by Diana Denissen

      Middle English Devotional Compilations approaches compiling as a literary activity and as an active way of shaping the medieval text. This monograph examines three major but understudied Middle English devotional compilations in depth: the Pore Cai

    • Sagas
      April 2011

      The Partridge and the Pelican

      by Crowther, Rachel

      Two girls find a baby abandoned in a phone box, and the event casts a long shadow as their lives unfold through careers, marriages and motherhood.

    • April 2019

      Re-Reading Hanslick's Aesthetics: The Reception of Eduard Hanslick in the English- Speaking World and ist Discursive Foundations

      by Wilfing, Alexander

      This volume, funded by the FWF, explores the reception of the music aesthetician Eduard Hanslick in the English-speaking world from its origins in the nineteenth century to the analytic philosophy of music. Along with discussions of the special interpreta

    • National & regional cuisine
      May 2015

      ENGLISH TRADITIONAL RECIPES: A HERITAGE OF FOOD & COOKING

      160 classic recipes to celebrate England's great culinaryhistory, with delicious dishes to represent the best ofevery county and region

      by Anette Yates

      This stunning book celebrates the old and the new inEnglish cuisine. It details the history of cooking andeating in England, the feasts and festivals, high days andholidays, eating habits and ingredients. It provides 160recipes that bring together the bes

    • Food & Drink
      September 2009

      The Very Best of Traditional English Cooking

      More than 60 classic step-by-step dishes from England, beautifully illustrated with over 250 photographs

      by Annette Yates

      This selection of classic dishes includes recipes for all occasions, from quick midweek suppers to dazzling dinner parties. The variety of the English table is celebrated, from light soups and appetizers, and delicious main courses to flavoursome side dis

    • Food & Drink
      April 2014

      ENGLISH TRADITIONAL RECIPES: A HERITAGE OF FOOD AND COOKING

      160 classic recipes to celebrate England

      by Annette Yates

      ENGLISH TRADITIONAL RECIPES: A HERITAGE OF FOOD AND COOKING 160 classic recipes to celebrate England CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM<

    • Educational: English language: reading & writing skills
      March 2015

      COMING TOP: ENGLISH AGES 3-4

      60 gold star stickers ÔøΩ plus 30 illustrated stickers for added fun and value

      by Alison Hawes

      This delightfully illustrated learning book is designed to teach essential skills, with fun-to-do problems and projects, as well as reward stickers to boost confidence. Match small letters to their capital partners, fill in the missing letters, tell a sto

    • Educational: English language: reading & writing skills
      May 2015

      COMING TOP: ENGLISH AGES 4-5

      60 gold star stickers ÔøΩ plus 30 illustrated stickers for added fun and value

      by Alison Alison Hawes

      This delightfully illustrated learning book is designed to teach essential skills, with fun-to-do problems and projects, as well as reward stickers to boost confidence. Draw pictures of things that rhyme, write in the missing letters, make sentences, and

    • Educational: English language: reading & writing skills
      July 2015

      COMING TOP: ENGLISH AGES 5-6

      60 gold star stickers ÔøΩ plus 30 illustrated stickers for added fun and value

      by Alison Hawes

      This delightfully illustrated book is designed to teach essential skills, with fun-to-do problems and projects, as well as reward stickers to boost confidence. Add full stops, question marks and capital letters, say two-letter sounds, put things in alphab

    • Educational: English language: reading & writing skills
      September 2015

      COMING TOP: ENGLISH AGES 6-7

      60 gold star stickers ÔøΩ plus 30 illustrated stickers for added fun and value

      by Alison Hawes

      This delightfully illustrated book is designed to teach essential skills, with fun-to-do problems and projects, as well as reward stickers to boost confidence. Form compound words, add commas and speech marks, and write out instructions for making a chees

    • March 2014

      (De)forming the Modernist Canon: Joseph Conrad and English Literary Modernism

      by Can, Taner

      Taner Can explores the prevailing problems of literary periodisation and canon formation in the history of English literary modernism. In his comprehensive survey of the development of modernist literary studies, he demonstrates that the current conceptio

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