• Thriller / suspense

      Nobody's baby

      by Penny Kline

    • Historical fiction

      The Handfasted Wife

      by Carol McGrath

    • January 2013

      The Mistletoe Mystery

      A Euphemia Martins Mystery

      by Caroline Dunford

      A cosy, but scary Christmas Ghost story set in 1911

    • Children's & young adult fiction & true stories

      Robin St.James and the Secrets of the Chosen

      by E. J. Harvey

    • Health & Personal Development
      May 2011

      Running Free

      Breaking Out from Locked-in Syndrome

      by Kate Allatt/Alison Stokes

      Watch this: http://youtu.be/8Xgh8hh5xHw Can you imagine being trapped inside your own body? Able to see and hear everything going onaround you but unable to move or speak - the blink

    • Health & Personal Development

      Running Free

      [breaking Out from Locked-in Syndrome]

      by Kate Allatt

      Can you imagine being trapped inside your own body? Able to see and hear everything going onaround you but unable to move or speak - the blink of an eye your only way of communicating. Fell-runner and fun-loving mother-of-three Kate

    • Adventure
      January 2013

      A Symphony of Echoes

      The Chronicles of St. Mary's series

      by Jodi Taylor

      Book Two in the madcap time-travel series based at the St Mary's Institute of Historical Research that seems to be everyone's cup of tea. In the second book in the Chronicles of St Mary's series, Ma

    • Fiction
      August 2016

      The Paradise Ghetto

      by Fergus O'Connell

      In 1944 two young Dutch women, Julia and Suzanne, are deported to the German concentration camp for so-called privileged Jews at Theresienstadt. As an antidote to their appalling conditions they begin to write a novel. At first their novel is just an e

    • September 2013

      One Last Summer

      by Catrin Collier

    • Adult & contemporary romance
      August 2012

      One of Us

      Cariad Singles

      by Antonia Adams

      A steamy Dorset affair turns complicated, when successful artist, Natalie Crane, has her most famous painting, a nude self-portrait, stolen.

    • March 2014

      Social Dynamics in Second Language Accent

      by John M. Levis, Alene Moyer

      This volume offers a definitive source for understanding social influences in L2 pronunciation, demonstrating the importance of empirical findings from a number of research perspectives, and outlining the directions that future work can take. The aim is t

    • April 2011

      Accent and Listening Assessment

      A Validation Study of the Use of Speakers with L2 Accents on an Academic English Listening Test

      by Luke Harding

      Given the linguistically diverse nature of academic institutions in English-speaking contexts, a strong rationale exists for the incorporation of L2 accents of English in academic listening assessment on the grounds of authenticity and construct represent

    • May 2017

      The Attainment of an English Accent

      British and American Features in Advanced German Learners

      by Alexander Kautzsch

      This book investigates inconsistencies in the accent adopted by advanced German learners of English with respect to differences between standard American and British English (rhoticity, t-voicing, the vowels in the lexical sets «bath», «lot

    • November 2012

      The Social Meanings of Language, Dialect and Accent

      International Perspectives on Speech Styles

      by Howard Giles, Bernadette M. Watson

      This volume represents a unique contribution to the area of language attitudes research with its focus on how languages, dialects and accents induce us to form social judgments about people who use these forms. The essays attend to evaluations of speech s

    • April 2013

      Perceiving Identity through Accent

      Attitudes towards Non-Native Speakers and their Accents in English

      by Bettina Beinhoff

      Given the increasing use of English worldwide and in intercultural communication, there is a growing interest in attitudes towards non-native speaker accents in English. Research on attitudes towards non-native English accents is therefore important becau

    • November 2009

      Irish English as Represented in Film

      by Shane Walshe

      This study is the first of its kind to analyse the representation of Irish English in film. Using a corpus of 50 films, ranging from John Ford’s The Informer (1935) to Lenny Abrahamson’s Garage (2007), the author examines the extent to which Irish English

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