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Everyday Healthy Indian Cookery

By Manju Malhi
Authors:
Manju Malhi
These recipes can be eaten every day for a healthy and balanced diet and feature classic and original curries, including those with an array of spices, vegetables and superfoods that are rich in anti-oxidants and cooked in a way that retains their specific nutrient value.Rooted in the streets, homes and markets of India, Everyday Healthy Indian Cookery reflects the delicious flavours and aromas of the curries and healing spices that characterise the very best of that country's varied cuisine.You'll find all-time favourites, such as traditional style Tandoori Chicken, Cardamom Lamb Karahi and Vegetable Samosas, as well as some more unusual dishes such as Mahi Ajwaini Fish Tikka, Bengali Style Chana Dal, Tamarind Rice, Lentil Pancakes and Hara Bhara Kebabs.Bring the taste of India to your kitchen with Malhi's straightforward and healthy meals that are quick to prepare and delicious to eat.
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  • Edinburgh: A Traveller's Reader

    By David Daiches
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    David Daiches
    Edinburgh is a city whose history is written on its face. The Old Town on its crowded rock, sloping down from the Castle to Holyroodhouse, has not significantly changed its atmosphere since the turbulent fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, when riots, processions, or public executions jammed the High Street. And the very different era that followed the bloody religious wars of the seventeenth century is epitomized by the elegant streets and squares of the New Town - the eighteenth-century Enlightenment whose writers, philosophers and lawyers made Edinburgh famous. This anthology of extracts from letters, memoirs, diaries, novels and biographies of interesting visitors and inhabitants, including the writings of Scott, Boswell, Cockburn, John Knox and many others, recreates for today's visitors the drama, the history, and the life of the city in buildings and places that can still be visited. The daring Scottish recapture of the Castle from the English in 1313; the confrontation between Calvinist John Knox and Catholic Mary Queen of Scots in Holyroodhouse; an eye-witness account of the execution of Montrose at the Mercat Cross in 1650; reeking slop-pails in the wynds and polite manners in the ballrooms. . .
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    Earn Money From Your Home

    By Stewart Whyte
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    Stewart Whyte
    With the growth of online reservation platforms such as Airbnb, TripAdvisor, Wimdu, Booking.com and Onefinestay, people are able to offer accommodation to a huge audience of tourists as B&B hosts or as short break holiday accommodation providers - without using an agent. So earning money from your own home - whether it be letting a few bedrooms in your house, an investment property or a holiday home - has never been easier. However, to meet the demand and market your accommodation effectively as a host you will need basic knowledge and some professionalism. Good hosts get good reviews, which in turn attract more guests and increase your chances of success and financial reward. In easy-to-read sections you'll discover: How to get your property ready for a successful listingThe requirements of responsible hosting How Stayz, Homeaway, mrbnb and other reservation platforms workHow to set your room rate and monitor your bookings How to market your property internationally and at very little cost.This book will explain the issues as they apply to responsible hosting. It will give you the knowledge and confidence to become a successful accommodation provider..
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    Easy as Pi

    By Liz Strachan
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    Liz Strachan
    If you're brilliant at everything else, but lack confidence when it comes to maths, join Liz Strachan, a maths teacher with many, many years of experience, on this magical tour through the seeming mysteries of numbers, algebra and geometry.In the same inimitable, entertaining way she did in her previous bestselling books, A Slice of Pi and Numbers Are Forever, Liz will take readers from number-phobics to mathematical know-it-alls in no time at all. Peppered with absolutely terrible maths jokes and quirkily illustrated by Steven Appleby, this light-hearted but informative book will appeal to anyone with an enquiring mind.
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    Everyday Family Recipes For Your Combination Microwave

    By Carolyn Humphries
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    Carolyn Humphries
    This book will give you the knowledge and confidence to creat complete meals for every time of day and occasion - quickly. It will also teach you how to bake great cakes and breads, and make simple snacks and side dishes. Many meals are complete in their own right or have different elements that can be cooked one after the other (food needs to 'rest' before serving so this is quite possible and still keeep it all hot.). But it can be used alongside your conventional hob. You may, for instance, want to quickly boil some rice or pasta to accompany a delicious meat, fish, chicken or vegetable main course in the combi. You can also use ti as a conventional microwave, grill or convection oven.
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    The Envelope

    By Andrew Stevenson
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    Andrew Stevenson
    Twelve years after his classic travel narrative Annapurna Circuit Andrew Stevenson returns alone once again to the Himalayas on a deeply personal quest, a journey both corporal and spiritual. Narrowly escaping paralysis after shattering his spine in a motorbike accident weeks after his younger brother's untimely death, Stevenson's hike up to Everest Base Camp is as much introspective passage of healing as intriguing depiction of his fellow backpackers and the Sherpa people. Lying in a hospital bed in a morphine-induced state of hallucination after his accident, Stevenson promises himself to go back to the Himalayas, to heal. Five months after his mishap, and against all the odds, this recuperative solitary climb into high mountain valleys provides a spectacular backdrop to an emotional acknowledgment and acceptance of a lost sibling. Interlaced with the hardships of pushing to the edge of personal physical endurance and beyond, The Envelope: Walking up to Everest Base Camp is a richly rewarding read on every level.
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    Elizabethan Society

    By Derek Wilson
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    Derek Wilson
    The reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1558-1603) marked a golden age in English history. There was a musical and literary renaissance, most famously and enduringly in the form of the plays of Shakespeare (2016 marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death), and it was a period of international expansion and naval triumph over the Spanish. It was also a period of internal peace following the violent upheaval of the Protestant reformation. Wilson skilfully interweaves the personal histories of a representative selection of twenty or so figures - including Nicholas Bacon, the Statesman; Bess of Hardwick, the Landowner; Thomas Gresham, 'the Financier'; John Caius, 'the Doctor'; John Norreys, 'the Soldier'; and Nicholas Jennings, 'the Professional Criminal' - with the major themes of the period to create a vivid and compelling account of life in England in the late sixteenth century. This is emphatically not yet another book about what everyday life was like during the Elizabethan Age. There are already plenty of studies about what the Elizabethans wore, what they ate, what houses they lived in, and so on. This is a book about Elizabethan society - people, rather than things. How did the subjects of Queen Elizabeth I cope with the world in which they had been placed? What did they believe? What did they think? What did they feel? How did they react towards one another? What, indeed, did they understand by the word 'society'? What did they expect from it? What were they prepared to contribute towards it? Some were intent on preserving it as it was; others were eager to change it. For the majority, life was a daily struggle for survival against poverty, hunger, disease and injustice. Patronage was the glue that held a strictly hierarchical society together. Parliament represented only the interests of the landed class and the urban rich, which was why the government's greatest fear was a popular rebellion. Laws were harsh, largely to deter people getting together to discuss their grievances. Laws kept people in one place, and enforced attendance in parish churches. In getting to grips with this strange world - simultaneously drab and colourful, static and expansive, traditionalist and 'modern' - Wilson explores the lives of individual men and women from all levels of sixteenth-century life to give us a vivid feel for what Elizabethan society really was.Praise for the author:Masterly. [Wilson] has a deep understanding of characters reaching out across the centuries. Sunday Times Scores highly in thoroughness, clarity and human sympathy. Sunday TelegraphThis masterly biography breaks new ground. Choice MagazineHis book is stimulating and authoritative. Sunday TimesBrilliant, endlessly readable ... vivid, immediate history, accurate, complex and tinged with personality. Sunday Herald
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    The Easy eBay Business Guide

    By Cathy Hayes
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    Cathy Hayes
    From a few bits and pieces in a dusty loft to a profitable business with more than 20,000 sales and turnover of £100,000.00 in just one year. This book not only tells the story of how the author went from being an eBay buyer to a Top Rated Platinum Powerseller with over 12,000 positive feedbacks, but also provides the reader with a step by step easy to follow guide to launching a successful eBay business. Drawing from the Author's own experiences and skills acquired in her first year trading this book will help the reader avoid the pitfalls and mistakes she made and fast track their new enterprise on the road to success.
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    The Essential Guide To Flatsharing

    By Rupert Hunt, Matt Hutchinson
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    Rupert Hunt, Matt Hutchinson
    If you're renting out a spare room ths book will tell all about taking in a lodger, including how to advertise the room and then draw up the contract. It also explains the the tax and financial issues involved, and much more.For those looking for a flatshare you'll find out where to look, how to pick the best flatmates and then how to avoid conflict and keep your flatshare harmonious. If you are looking for a new flatmate, you'll discover how to advertise, what to look for to pick the right person and also everything you need to know about dealing with money.
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    Everyday Lebanese Cooking

    By Mona Hamadeh
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    Mona Hamadeh
    Using only fresh produce and a balanced mix of fresh vegetables, fresh fruit, herbs, fish, poultry and occasionally meat, Lebanese food has the reputation of being amongst the healthiest in the world.This book includes a wide variety of dishes from Lebanese cuisine, including the well known and delicious Hummus, Baba Ghanouj and Tabouleh through to the most authentic and traditional recipes from the rural mountains and bustling cities along the Mediterranean coast. An emphasis on vegetables and pulses means that many recipes are vegetarian friendly as well as being simple, healthy and affordable. You will discover how to turn a few ingredients into a very tasty meal.
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    Evil Companions (Modern Erotic Classics)

    By D.M. Perkins
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    D.M. Perkins
    We had gotten aboard a roller coaster, and it was a race for our lives, on a one-way track . . .In New York City during the heady, tumultuous years of the 1960s, a young couple meet. Together they embark on a dark erotic journey into forbidden sexuality - travelling on an incandescent road to nowhere in their tragic fall from grace. Scorching and poignant, and banned upon its first publication in England, Evil Companions is a masterpiece of contemporary erotica. 'Evil Companions is a meticulous miracle of language and observation . . . A dark jewel on the erotic landscape.' Samuel R. Delany
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    The Essential Guide to Foods that Heal

    By Suzannah Olivier
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    Suzannah Olivier
    Nutritionist Suzannah Olivier reveals the active chemicals in food that boost our immune system and help us to fight disease. She explains how what we eat can improve our energy levels and lift our mood, and why arthritis, high blood pressure and many other chronic conditions can be relieved by simple changes to the food we eat.
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  • Erotica, Volume 3

    By Barbara Cardy, Natalie Bernadette
    Authors:
    Barbara Cardy
    Read by:
    Natalie Bernadette
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  • Erotica, Volume 1

    By Barbara Cardy, Natalie Bernadette
    Authors:
    Barbara Cardy
    Read by:
    Natalie Bernadette
    THE MORNING AFTER by Jude MasonNathan Steele thought it would be a good idea to masturbate over his boss Ms Harden's desk. Not only that, he had the audacity to use her vibrator, but he was oblivious to the CCTV camera recording his every perverted desire. Called to her office and confronted with the evidence, he is given two options: either Ms Harden will call the police . . . or he can submit to being soundly whipped.FLYING SOLO by Elizabeth ColdwellRecently jilted flight attendant Melanie's luggage is mistakenly taken by someone else from an airport carousel. A handsome stranger turns up at her hotel room with her missing bag and Melanie is flabbergasted when he suggests she put on a display for him . . . using the vibrator he found in her bag!THE COWBOY WAY by Ralph Greco JrJudy takes revenge on her best friend, pseudo urban cowboy James. Sick and tired of his ridiculous cowboy drawl, she gives him his comeuppance as he finds himself as used and abused as a cowboy's horse. Whipped, lashed and buggered with a butt plug, perhaps James isn't as tough as he'd thought?PARTY FAVOURS by Lynn LakeFlower child Saffron Miller decides to organize a surprise party to celebrate her parents' 30th wedding anniversary. Calling in on her parents' various hippy friends, she finds them a very friendly bunch indeed! Seduced first by a husband-and-wife team, then by two of her father's old football mates, Saffron wonders if there will be red faces at the party.
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  • Erotica, Volume 12

    By Barbara Cardy
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    Barbara Cardy
    LIGHT REFRESHMENT by Dita DarkerWhen her car breaks down during the hottest day of the summer Faith Ellis is forced to take a slow train to her destination. Realising too late that she has left her purse at home she is saved from the humiliation of being thrown off the train by a handsome stranger. But how will she be able to repay him?GERTRUDE by M. ChristianSearch terms specific to this story (basic straight search terms below): Quite naturally, his neighbours didn't like Beethoven blasted out at full volume, so our police officer heroine is sent to deal with what should have been a routine noise complaint. Noting some rather rude magazines and a well used whip, she's asked if she likes to play . . . Now, assaulting a police officer would normally get you into an awful lot of trouble . . . THE BIG REVEAL by Giselle RenardeA romantic, but very sexy story for Marisa and Tariq. Falling in love at first sight (although both have very different versions of when that was) and with their first baby on the way, Marisa's hormones are soaring, in the elevator, in the park . . . Will Tariq ever be able to satisfy her needs . . .
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  • Erotica, Volume 11

    By Barbara Cardy
    Authors:
    Barbara Cardy
    VOYEURS DELIGHT by Gary PhilpottPlaying grown-up doctors and nurses is always fun, but getting a friend to film it adds a lovely mixed bag of extra opportunities . . .WINDOW SHOPPING by Brian CrawfordWindow shopping with a very naughty twist for Suzie and hubby; sex in a very public place on a very busy shopping day . . . how will they get away with it?TAKING CONTROL by Chris WestlakeMelissa is a business lady who likes everything done just right. She ends up getting done just right herself when she is blindfolded and handcuffed to a table. The big boner of a question is - who is the mystery man playing all these secret sex games with her, and (big gasp) could it be that there are more than one of them? The readers will sure have fun finding out!
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  • Erotica, Volume 7

    By Barbara Cardy
    Authors:
    Barbara Cardy
    THE VAMPIRE'S WIFE by Sara-Jane Fox In the heart of Kensington, a very different type of debutante ball is taking place. Innocent young Molly will be taken by two vampires, one sensitive and beautiful, another wretchedly ruthless. How could the poor girl choose?WHAT MY BABY LIKES by Sommer Marsden A lesbian couple ask dear friend Jamie if he could do them a favour. Their problem is that Missy likes a bit of proper cock occasionally and Donna's strap-on just doesn't do the trick. VERY CANDID CAMERA by Alex Severn With her husband having left in a huff, Angela takes her hobby of photography in a new direction - down to the local tapas bar, where she will be getting much more than a few nibbles from the gorgeous hunk serving her.BUSINESS & PLEASURE by Vav Garnek Mixing business with pleasure worked very well indeed for secret lovers Amy and Steve. Extending a business trip for a few extra days gave them the perfect opportunity for plenty of hanky panky in a discreet location . . .
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  • Erotica, Volume 8

    By Barbara Cardy
    Authors:
    Barbara Cardy
    BUSINESS AS USUAL by Dita Darker Despite fancying the pants off each other Alex and John have put lust aside in the pursuit of success. On the verge of the biggest deal of their careers Alex realises that she can use her body to close the sale. Can John sit by and watch the object of his lust seduce a client in the name of capitalism?EROTIC ACCOUNTING by Kay Jaybee Mia is not your typical accountant; a fact which Stuart is more than happy about. Not only is she hot, but in one of their occasional meetings to sort out his business accounts, she let slip that she writes erotica in her spare time. Ever since, Stuart hasn't been able to get the thought of discovering the depths of her imagination out of his head . . .THE NECKLACE by J. T. Seate Faraway places give eroticism an intriguing allure. A gemologist travels to India to study rare gems, but he couldn't have guessed where a mysterious necklace around the neck of a beautiful, Victorian English woman who believes herself to be guided in the art of desire by an ancient goddess would lead.
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  • Erotica, Volume 10

    By Barbara Cardy
    Authors:
    Barbara Cardy
    FOUND OBJECTS by Olivia LondonIn the Parisian world of privilege in which she was born, Charlotte gives the outward appearance of a good convent girl. When she learns from a ruthless aunt that the greatest sin in life is being bored, this well-bred 'good girl' kicks up her heels - and skirts! - in the land of libertines.THE STOLEN KEY by J. T. SeateChaucer wrote, 'Whan that Aprill with his shoures sote, the droughte of Marche has pierced to the rote.' In this fable, Robin has planted the seeds of romance with Marian. Now comes the time for sowing. Planting his root and piercing the fruit is only a silver key away.BALLET DE PARIS by Geoff ChaucerGentle giant stagehand, Francois Renard, was not as simple as he looked. Giselle and Rene, dancers from the Corps de Ballet meant to play a cruel teasing joke on him but those silly little sugar plum fairies didn't anticipate the upshot of their plans.
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  • Erotica, Volume 9

    By Barbara Cardy
    Authors:
    Barbara Cardy
    THE MISTAKE by Gary PhilpottSuzanna was all set for a little bondage after she and hubby returned from the pub, but she got something much more than expected when she accidentally got into her best friend's husband's car!PLAYING CHICKEN by Ralph Greco Jr.Thinking she has run a good two-month tease on her soon-to-be ex-boyfriend immediately after the only fucking she is ever going to give him, voluptuous southern beauty Shana is soon to find out who really owns her ass when Billy suddenly turns the table on her.A STICKY WICKET by J. T. SeateWhen two co-workers put their heads, and other things, together their future could be a challenge, especially if they're not careful about their sexy little sticky-notes. But what's more fun than a bit of risk?
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