• 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

    • Psychiatry

      Bipolar Disorder

      by Robert P. Reiser, Larry W. Thompson, Sheri L. Johnson, Trisha Suppes

      This practitioner’s guide begins by describing the main features of bipolar disorder and considerations for differential diagnosis. Following this, current theories and models are described, along with decision trees for evaluating the best treatment opti

    • Medicine
      September 2014

      The Dark Side, Real Life Accounts of an NHS Paramedic

      The Good, the Bad and the Downright Ugly

      by Andy Thompson

      Andy Thompson’s true-to-life, graphic and

    • Biography & True Stories
      October 2014

      The Dark Side, Part 2 - Real Life Accounts of an NHS Paramedic

      The Traumatic, the Tragic and the Tearful

      by Andy Thompson

      Following up on his well-received first book, Andy Thompson pro

    • Social & cultural history
      April 2014

      From the Cradle to the Coalmine

      The Story of Children in Welsh Mines

      by Ceri Thompson (Author)

      It is widely believed that the employment of children underground in coal mines ended in 1842. This book, in contrast, shows that young people remained an important part of the workforce up until the virtual demise of the industry in the late twentieth

    • April 2016

      523 Ways to Be Awesome

      by Thompson, Kathryn

      Have you ever wanted to write a symphony, explore the galaxy, or save a life? With 523 Ways to Be Awesome, you will learn how you are already doing those and other amazing things . . . a bit . . . and how you can do them a bit more, one Drop of Awesome at

    • September 2014

      Drops of Awesome

      The You're-More-Awesome-Than-You-Think Journal

      by Thompson, Kathryn

      If you aren’t rooting for yourself, who will? Drops of Awesome is that unique discovery journal about celebrating the amazingness of you. Based on the viral blog Drops of Awesome, this book helps you become your own biggest cheerleader and tells your inne

    • Biography: historical, political & military
      November 2011

      Robert Owen and his Legacy

      by Chris Williams (Editor), Noel Thompson (Editor),

      J. F. C. Harrison has written that ‘for each age there is a new view of Mr Owen’, which is proof of the fertility and continuing relevance of his ideas. Not just in Britain and America but today around the world anti-poverty campaigners, birth-controllers

    • Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
      June 1999

      Cutting in

      by Felicity Fair. Thompson

      Eighteen. A dangerous age, when you cut your way into life. No ordinary career, ballet, more a magnificent obsession. Elaine has seen what she wants. All she has to do is get in close. Watch, imitate, borrow - stalk in pursuit of an image. Ther

    • First World War

      Politicians, the Press, and Propaganda

      Lord Northcliffe and the Great War, 1914–1919

      by J. Lee Thompson (author)

      Politicians, the Press, and Propaganda represents the most recent and most extensive research on Alfred Harmsworth (Lord Northcliffe), one of the “press lords” who influenced British politics and policy during the First World War. Thompson’s i

    • Communication studies
      June 2001

      Between Ourselves

      Second Person Issues in the Study of Consciousness

      by Thompson, Evan, B01

      The first volume in this series (The View from Within, ed. Francisco Varela and Jonathan Shear) was a study of first-person approaches to the study of consciousness. Second-person ‘I–You’ relations are central to human life yet have been neglected in...

    • Humour
      March 2012

      From Astral Sex to Zen Tea Bags


      A handy guide for anyone who wishes to sound pompous, affected and self-obsessed, especially in the alternative, eco-friendly or mind-body-spirit realms. A hilarious antidote to self-developers and social media geeks; a no-holds-barred parody of those nav

    • Do We Need Pandas?

      The Uncomfortable Truth About Biodiversity

      by Ken Thompson

    • Society & culture: general
      March 2009

      Self and Society

      Studies in the Evolution of Culture

      by Thompson, William Irwin, A01

      A series of essays on the evolution of culture, dealing with topics including the city and consciousness, evolution of the afterlife, literary and mathematical archetypes, machine consciousness and the implications of 9/11, and the invasion of Iraq.

    • Historical fiction

      To the Great Sea

      A Story for Christmas

      by Doug Thompson

      A literary interpretation of the Christmas story, To The Great Sea imaginatively extends, probes, conjectures about and questions the original version to provide a much fuller and more humanly plausible version. What is this man afraid

    • Medicine

      Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics

      Affiliate of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America and European Paediatric Orthopaedic Society

      by Edited by Robert N Hensinger , George H Thompson MD

      8 issues/yr - 2013 Volume(s) - 31 www.pedorthopaedics.com The Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics publishes high-quality, peer-review

    • Medicine

      OR Nurse 2013

      Your clinical source for perioperative practice

      by Edited by Elizabeth Thompson RN, CNOR, MSN

      Bimonthly - 2013 Volume(s) - 5 www.ornursejournal.com OR Nurse 2013 is an award-winning journal designed for perioperative n

    • Literary Fiction


      Portraits of Power

      by Doug Thompson

      Three novellas which focus on the abusive uses of power in very varied circumstances, two of them 'contemporary', the third one historical (Renaissance Italy).

    • Educational material

      Read With Numbers

      A new concept in the reading of English

      by W.A. Thompson and V.L. Power

      Across the world millions of people of all ages are illiterate, and many more are barely literate because of the notoriously irregular spelling of English. (In languages that are systematic—e.g. Finnish—illi

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