Tim and Charlotte
Tim and Ginger rescue a little girl from the sea whom they name Charlotte. When her aunt Agatha turns up there is trouble.
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This book belongs to the Series: The Adventures of Tim
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How to unravel the minds of criminals. How do you deal with those that break the law? If their aim is to evade you, how do you identify them? If their aim is to lie, how do you interview them? If they don't see their actions are wrong, how do you help them to successfully reform? Criminal psychology is the discipline which tackles these challenges head on. From the signals which give away when we’re lying to the psychological profiling of violent offenders, this exhaustive guide, written by the UK’s top experts, is the perfect introduction.
Author: Gav Thorpe, Aaron Dembski-Bowden, John French, Graham McNeill, Guy Haley, Chris Wraight & Dan Abnett
An audio drama collection.
For the first time, get seven classic audio dramas from the Horus Heresy in one fantastic collection - including a brand-new audio drama edition of Dan Abnett's short story 'Little Horus'.
If you don't know where to start with Horus Heresy audio, this curated collection is the perfect beginning - and if you just want to reexperience these exciting adventures, this is your chance!
For more than 200 years, the armies of the Emperor of Mankind fought to reconquer the galaxy - led by the superhuman primarchs, the Space Marine Legions brought countless worlds back under the rule of ancient Terra. Now Horus, once honoured Warmaster and favoured son of the Emperor, has been corrupted by the whispered promises of Chaos. At his command the Imperium is torn apart by a terrible and bloody civil war, the likes of which the galaxy has never seen....
This audio drama anthology contains seven stories, detailing brutal wars - from the aftermath of the Isstvan V massacre to the horrors of the Shadow Crusade and even the doorstep of Terra itself - and bringing new insights into the heroes and villains of the Horus Heresy. It also includes a brand-new audio drama version of Dan Abnett's classic short story 'Little Horus', specially converted into a script and recorded for this collection.
Performed by Gareth Armstrong, John Banks, Tim Bentinck, Steve Conlin, Rupert Degas, Martyn Eliis, Chris Fairbank, Andrew Fettes, Jonathan Keeble, Angus King, Toby Longworth, Charlotte Paige, Jamie Parker, Richard Reed, Tania Rodrigues, David Seddon, Ramon Tikaram, David Timson and Tim Treloar.
Raven's Flight by Gav Thorpe Butcher's Nails by Aaron Dembski-Bowden Templar by John French Thief of Revelations by Graham McNeill Hunter's Moon by Guy Haley The Sigillite by Chris Wraight 'Little Horus' by Dan Abnett
How does the mind of a criminal work? How can you stop criminals from re-offending? What does being in prison do to your mind? From lie detection to psychological profiling, Professor Ray Bull and his team of experts demonstrate how understanding the mind is essential in the fight against criminality. Covering prisons, police methods, and eyewitness reliability, this book provides an authoritative introduction to the fascinating research underpinning modern criminal psychology. Professor Ray Bull is Director of Postgraduate Courses in Forensic Psychology at University of Leicester, where his co-authors are all lecturers.
Author: Charlotte Ashley, Kim Fry, J.D. Carelli, C.M. Rosens, Natasha Rowlin, Tim McFarlane, J.B. Roger, Ken Magee, Miloš Petrik, Dee Drin, Emerald Delmara, Yzabel Ginsberg & Adam Sigrist
Violins, pipes and cellos,
Orchestras, choirs and solos,
Songs to remember,
Songs to forget,
Songs to unmake the universe...
And songs to put it all right.
Have a seat in the Chamber of Music. These thirteen stories will take you to distant lands of faerie lords, lovelorn angels, plucky skyship pilots and plague-ravaged scavengers. They will guide you through our dark histories, our heartbreaks, our losses and revenges; our triumphs, escapes, recoveries and redemptions. No matter where, when, or whose story is being told, this collection will inspire and thrill you with the transformative power of music.
This, the second annual short story collection from PSG Publishing, contains the work of thirteen authors from seven countries writing in a variety of genres and styles. Featuring new stories from Charlotte Ashley, J.D. Carelli, Emerald Delmara, Dorchi Dreen, Kim Fry, Yzabel Ginsberg, Tim McFarlane, Ken Magee, Miloš Petrik, J.B. Roger, C. M. Rosens, Natasha Rowlin, and Adam Sigrist.
Proceeds from sales of the Chamber of Music will be donated to Musicians Without Borders, a global network organization using the power of music for healing and reconciliation in areas torn by war and conflict.
Author: Charlotte Ashley, JC McDowell, Kim Fry, Miloš Petrik, Yzabel Ginsberg, Emerald Delmara, Katherine A. Ganzel, Adam Sigrist, Maya Starling, Alexandra Owen, Josh Vitalie, Dee Drin, Tim McFarlane & Len Webster
The secret dream home of a poor teenaged boy…
The recurring nightmare of a federal agent…
Stolen dreams sold as drugs…
Forbidden dreams running rampant into the waking world…
Dream lovers, dream captors, dream saviours and dream kings…
Dreams can be hopes, dreams can be visions, dreams can be prophesies, and dreams can be horrors. They cross over into our waking hours or are forgotten just before dawn. They prompt us to take new chances in our lives, or replace a life we can’t bear to face. Dreams are both another world and our own.
Enter the Library of Dreams. This inaugural short story collection from PSG Publishing contains the work of fourteen authors from six different countries, covering every corner of the literary dreamscape. Featuring new stories from Charlotte Ashley, Emerald Delmara, Dee Drin, Kim Fry, Katherine A. Ganzel, Yzabel Ginsberg, JC McDowell, Tim McFarlane, Alexandra Owen, Miloš Petrik, Adam Sigrist, Maya Starling, Josh Vitalie and Len Webster.
Proceeds from sales of the Library of Dreams will be donated to LitWorld, a non-profit literacy organization fostering resilience, hope, and joy through the power of story. For more information, visit http://litworld.org/.
Author: Charlotte Roche & Tim Mohr
"Sex is the answer to death."Charlotte Roche
In her controversial first novel, Wetlands, which The New York Times called "a cri de coeur against the oppression of a waxed, shaved, douched and otherwise sanitized women’s world”, Roche wrote about sex and the female body in an unprecedentedly frank and intimate way. Roche's second novel, Wrecked is just as raw and powerful as her debut, but is a more mature and impressive work that deals with sex, death, fidelity, and the question of what is expected from a twenty-first century wife and mother.
"It's easier to give a blow job than to make coffee." That's what Elizabeth Kiehl, mother of seven-year-old Liza thinks to herself, after a particularly lengthy and inventive bout of sex with her husband Georg—recounted in detail over the book's first twenty pages. Elizabeth goes to great efforts to pleasure her husband in the bedroom, and also is an extremely thoughtful and caring mother to her daughter. But the perfect mother and wife act she puts on hides a painful past and a tragic rift in her psyche, which she is working through in weekly sessions with her therapist. Sex is the other tool that she uses to relax herself. Elizabeth and Georg watch porn together, and even go off on joint trips to a local brothel for threesomes with prostitutes while their daughter is at school. But is their relationship unhealthy, even tragic, or just a very modern marriage?
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