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A manual showing how to make every aspect of your everyday life more comfortable. So, you can avoid the myriad arguments, accidents and even illnesses caused when you neglect, ignore or... More > mis-interpret your own comfort. A guide to minimising the stress of everyday living - at little expense - by rearranging your life to give your comfort priority.< Less
Donald Baker - Countryman
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The life, times, wisdom, humour and dialect speech of a farmhand, horseman, jockey, huntsman in rural Somerset, England, in the twentieth century. Showing how an ignored, despised and now forgotten... More > way of life flourished long after it had disappeared elsewhere. Readers say 'I loved the book Helen,a great little read and all very familiar territory for me, I was sorry when I came to the end.' email@example.com 'I read it in two days!! It was wonderful to be transported back in firstname.lastname@example.org 'It is a real email@example.com 'Very enjoyable book in so many firstname.lastname@example.org< Less
The Man Who Was Born Too Late
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The biography of Lionel Hoare, the last of a farming dynasty in the Blackdown Hills in darkest Somerset. Born on the eve of the first World War, saddled with ten sisters, he learnt at his father's... More > side, skills that were already obsolete. Head of the household at twenty, he struggled against the tyranny and injustice of landlords until the outbreak of the second World War, and the German Uboats, turned him into a hero. Lionel was the author's uncle. You will learn, from eye-witnesses, of a rooted, settled way of life that, after thriving for centuries, completely vanished in a few short years. 'all so well written and interesting' 'Please can we have 2 more copies of book, it is very email@example.com 'I have read the book and thoroughly enjoyed it. You must have done a great deal of research to find out all that information - very impressive' DJOWAD@aol.com 'a lovely afternoon well spent reading' 'I thoroughly enjoyed this journey'Dnkhobson @aol.com< Less
My French Garden
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It has taken popular author Helen Baker over twenty years to create her beautiful, ecological yet productive garden in France.In doing so, she discovered a different culture, unforgettable neighbours... More > and a breathtaking diversity of wild life to share it.And the story continues to evolve. Laugh with her at French peasant cunning and superstitions. Then discover how daily life outre-Marche makes gardening in France quite different to what any English gardener can ever experience. Starting from abandoned vineyard, Helen Baker now looks out over trees, shrubs, a large orchard, vegetables, soft fruit, lawns, ponds and flower beds galore. Learn the secrets of French success and how the nation has, at last, been seized by the ornamental gardening bug.< Less
Are You Rich Enough to Retire - Right Now?
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Is your life dominated by dull, routine work which threatens to drag you into old age while robbing life of all joy? Do you see the only alternative as desperate poverty? But how do you really know?... More > There may be a better alternative. I can show you, from personal experience, how to gauge your position and find it far richer than you think. How to turn your back on work yet change your life for the better. Isn't twenty years of your life worth a check-out?< Less
Donald Baker : Countryman
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The life, times, wisdom, humour and dialect speech of a farmhand, horseman, jockey, huntsman in rural Somerset, England, in the twentieth century. Showing how an ignored, despised and now forgotten... More > way of life flourished long after it had disappeared elsewhere. Readers say 'I loved the book Helen,a great little read and all very familiar territory for me, I was sorry when I came to the end. 'I read it in two days!! It was wonderful to be transported back in time. 'It is a real treasure! 'Very enjoyable book in so many ways!'All the country ways and sayings came flooding back. He was really taken with the book and refers to it constantly.'< Less
The Book of Ruth
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Longbourn House in Hertfordshire remains the home of the Bennet family but, five years after the conclusion of Pride and Prejudice, find Kitty and Mary still unwed and discontent. Then Mary's deep... More > reading leads her to a plan. "it was absolutley delightful , so much so that I couldn't stop reading and I've finished it already!!So the apology is for the amount of time it must have took you but you should feel really pleased to impart that much pleasure - I'm only sorry I've finished it now!"< Less
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Jane Austen's Mansfield Park chronicles the mutual love of Mary Crawford and Edmund Bertram until he abandons his love, claiming that she has forfeited even his respect. Can our flawed heroine,... More > with her beauty, her charm and her twenty thousand pounds ever find a worthy gentleman who will appreciate her for those very qualities that Edmund deplored? How many trials and difficulties must she first surmount while all Regency England echoes to the public debate of her brother's adultery and her dissolute uncle's blatant vice? Can Mary, innocent and kind, despite her worldly standards and cynical friends, stand firm against society's censure?< Less
Precipitation – A Continuation of Miss Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice
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We all know Caroline Bingley because the Bennet family suffered from her duplicity. Can such a woman ever be a heroine? In fact she struggled against obstacles which make Lizzy Bennet's vulgar... More > relations appear trivial.'Superb! I have spent a leisurely and extremely enjoyable two days reading Precipitation... this was SO enjoyable I thoroughly thoroughly enjoyed firstname.lastname@example.org< Less
Miss Jane Austen's Lady Susan - Revived
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Lady Susan is the most beautiful, beguiling schemer in Regency England. She must subjugate every gentleman who crosses her path, conducting multiple flirtations and extracting herself deviously from... More > all the complications. When her husband dies, leaving her destitute with a pretty, innocent daughter on her hands, she uses all her wiles to find them both convenient husbands. Convenient to herself, that is. Jane Austen penned 'Lady Susan' at nineteen. It was her first completed attempt at a novel, but in the form of letters. She never submitted it for publication. Yet the twenty-three thousand words sparkle with genius. Here, the narrative is presented as it might have appeared as one of Miss Austen's mature works. If this seems sacrilege, this second English lady authoress begs the public to remember that 'Sense and Sensibility' was first written in the form of letters. Perhaps, if she had been spared, Miss Austen might have subjected her first youthful work to a similar revision.< Less
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