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30-Day Heart Tune-Up (Revised edition): A Breathrough Medical Plan to Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease

Masley, Steven
A fully updated and revised edition of THE 30-DAY HEART TUNE-UP, featuring a step-by-step program to optimize your cardiovascular health, boost your energy, slim your waistline, and heat up your sex life -- plus 60 delicious recipes

82 Days on Okinawa: One American's Unforgettable Firsthand Account of the Pacific War's Greatest Battle

Shaw, Art
"A gritty, first-person account. ... One can hear Shaw's voice as if he were sitting beside you." -Wall Street Journal An unforgettable soldier's-eye view of the Pacific War's bloodiest battle, by the first American officer ashore Okinawa.

A Meditation on I Am

Spira, Rupert
In A Meditation on I Am, spiritual teacher Rupert Spira offers beautiful and contemplative prose poetry to help readers reach an experiential understanding of their own essential being. Spira's essential teachings shine through each passage, revealing how our mental and emotional patterns are not in fact our true self, and how this realization can bring lasting inner peace.

A Short History of Humanity

Krause, Johannes

A Year of Weeks: 52 Awesome Weeks of Trying New Things

Root, Erica
The 52 Weeks Project meets The Little Book of Life Hacks in this interactive, charmingly illustrated week-by-week guide to trying new things.

Augmenting Your Career: How to Win at Work In the Age of AI

Shrier, David
How the future of work impacts your present career, and what you can do to take advantage of artificial intelligence rather than have it replace you.


Dimbleby, Jonathan
The definitive book on Barbarossa, this is a masterwork for the ages.

Behold the Monster

Lauren, Jillian
Enter the mind of a serial killer and his victims. When researching a new crime novel, Jillian spoke to Mitzi Roberts, the famed LAPD homicide detective. During that conversation, Mitzi revealed that her greatest achievement was catching a murderer. But also that she was absolutely convinced that that killer had killed many more. So Jillian went to speak the murderer himself - and that's where she fell into a rabbit hole. Over 40 hours of conversation, Samuel Little confessed killing after killing to Jillian Lauren.


Walker, Stephen
Drawing on extensive original research and the vivid testimonies of eyewitnesses, many of whom have never spoken before, Stephen Walker unpacks secrets that were hidden for decades and takes the reader into the drama - featuring the scientists, engineers and political leaders on both sides, and above all the American astronauts and their Soviet rivals battling for supremacy in the heavens.

Bloody Day - The Irish at Waterloo

Harvey, Dan
2017 Publication avaialble again.

Blue Spaces: How and Why Water Makes Us Feel Better

Kelly, Dr Catherine
Research has shown that being near water or blue space helps us to be present, less stressed and more connected. Dr Catherine Kelly explores why, and how you can use it to enhance wellbeing.