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    Mary, Tanya and Zoe had been inseparable in college. But in the twenty years or more that followed, the three had moved on with their lives, settled in different cities, and found successful careers and new roles as mothers and wives.


    The Ranch by: Danielle Steel GHS 35.00
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    For millions of years man and rats had been natural enemies. But now for the first time???suddenly, shockingly, horribly???the balance of power had shifted and the rats began to prey on the human population.


    The Rats by: James Herbert GHS 15.00
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    New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts returns with the classic tales of the MacKade brothers???their rebellions, their passions and their loves

    Ten years after disappearing from Antietam, Maryland, the bad boy has come home. Cleaned up and successful now???though still dangerously good-looking???Rafe MacKade sets the town on fire???and tongues wagging. Not even lovely newcomer Regan Bishop is immune to his charms. Though Regan claims to not want to get involved with a rebel, Rafe’s pretty sure that her reaction to their sizzling kisses suggests otherwise???.


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    Since its first publication in 1950, The Right Way to Play Chess has taught chess to generations of beginners, taking them to the standard expected of good club players. It gives full details of exactly how to play the game, explains basic theory and includes many examples of play.There are separate chapters on the openings, middle and end games, plus a chapter of master games which illustrate how styles of play have changed over the years. Fully revised and updated by chess expert Richard James, a new chapter shows how to encourage and teach children to play the game.


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    Since its first publication in 1950, The Right Way to Play Chess has taught chess to generations of beginners, taking them to the standard expected of good club players. It gives full details of exactly how to play the game, explains basic theory and includes many examples of play.There are separate chapters on the openings, middle and end games, plus a chapter of master games which illustrate how styles of play have changed over the years. Fully revised and updated by chess expert Richard James, a new chapter shows how to encourage and teach children to play the game.


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    In this lucid book an eminent scholar, teacher, and author takes a critical look at the nature and direction of English studies in America. Robert Scholes offers a thoughtful and witty intervention in current debates about educational and cultural values and goals, showing how English came to occupy its present place in our educational system, diagnosing the educational illness he perceives in today???s English departments, and recommending theoretical and practical changes in the field of English studies. Scholes???s position defies neat labels???it is a deeply conservative expression of the wish to preserve the best in the English tradition of verbal and textual studies, yet it is a radical argument for reconstruction of the discipline of English.

    The book begins by examining the history of the rapid rise of English at two American universities???Yale and Brown???at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century. Scholes argues that the subsequent fall of English???discernible today in college English departments across the United States???is the result of both cultural shifts and changes within the field of English itself. He calls for a fundamental reorientation of the discipline???away from political or highly theoretical issues, away from a specific canon of texts, and toward a canon of methods, to be used in the process of learning how to situate, compose, and read a text. He offers an eloquent proposal for a discipline based on rhetoric and the teaching of reading and writing over a broad range of literatures, a discipline that includes literariness but is not limited to it.


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    The culmination of a lifetime of counselling, lecturing and writing, M. Scott Peck’s major work leads us to a deeper awareness of how to live rich, fulfilling lives in a world fraught with stress, worry and anxiety. Writing with a depth of understanding that comes with the seasoned perspective of age, Dr Peck continues the journey of spiritual growth that began with The Road Less Travelled, one of the most influential personal development books of modern times. To the famous opening line of that book – ‘Life is difficult’ he now adds ‘Life is complex’. But the greatest challenge, he reminds us, is to learn to deal with life’s conflicts, problems and paradoxes to find the true simplicity that lies on the other side of complexity. The journey to serenity and inner peace, Dr Peck writes, can only be made with increasing self-awareness and social awareness. There are no easy answers for complex problems. The work of learning and spiritual growth is hard. And yet he shows us that there is a way to think with integrity, to know the difference between good and evil, to overcome narcissism, to love and be loved, to live with paradox, to accept the consequences of our actions all through life, and to come to terms with dying and death.


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