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Funerals For Strangers By Steven Schafer
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"Funerals For Strangers" is the perfect resource for the funeral director or minister who is called upon to perform a memorial service or funeral for a person he or she has never met and... More > for whom there is limited information available. The unique "Personal Section" uses powerful techniques for making the funeral personal, inspirational, filled with hope and comfort.< Less
Dead Centre 2 By Owen Jones
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Fourlarge explosions destroy two important institutions in Bangkok without warning. Everybody in both buildings is killed, but none of the likely candidates claims responsibility. This means that the... More > British have to get a team on the spot... a team that is experienced enough to get the job done with hardly any assistance, since they have no-one available. A team skilled in the use of unconventional methods. As the top brass is wondering how they are going to tackle this awkward situation, a member of the SAS, one of Britain's most elite fighting units, remembers seeing Gareg, Bob and and Dave in an old-fashioned teak hotel on Koh Samui on his way back from a mission, so an agent from MI6 is sent to investigate. This is a fast-moving thriller set in Bangkok, Koh Samui and the Thai-Malaysian rainforests in the Thailand's troubled south, reviving memories of the Irish Question and Separatism in the Seventies and Eighties.< Less
The Pals Battalions on the Somme By Ian Nellist
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This book is the result of a visit to the First World War battlefields of the Somme in France. It concentrates on the battle on 1st July 1916 and the part played by the British Pals Battalions. The... More > Pals Battalions were volunteers recruited as entire units in towns and cities, even workplaces. They had names such as the Accrington Pals, Hull Commercials , Glasgow Tramways and the Tyneside Irish. My trip included the memorial services held on 1st July at Thiepval Memorial and the Lochnagar Crater.More details on www.OntheRoadPics.com< Less
Remembering John Percival By Aranui High School
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This book is a memorial to John Charles Percival; father, grandfather, husband, colleague and friend. It contains a collection of poems, letters, musings and anecdotes by students, teachers and... More > support staff from Aranui High School in Christchurch, New Zealand. John was a valued member of staff at the school and during his years of service to the school and community, he became much more than the school caretaker. John was a great supporter of the students and staff. He showed a genuine interest in all that happened around the school. He served as a mentor, support person and motivator for many of our students over the years. He will be greatly missed.< Less
Lochaber No More! By Brian Murray
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Short biographies of each of the thirty three men and one woman who died in war service between 1914 and 1922 and are named on the War Memorials in Arisaig and Morar, Inverness-shire.
3 Days in a Life By John Collins
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This story is about a US Service Veteran as he lives out some of his most vivid memories in his last moments of life. The story tells about love, bravery, loss and the power of the human spirit. It... More > also speaks to the treatment of our service men and women after they have sacrificed the greatest parts of themselves to give us the freedoms we enjoy.< Less
O Brave New Eve: Genetic Fantasy By Donald L. Kaufmann
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This novel ironically explores the demise of maternal instinct through DNA-inspired altered human reproduction. Human birthing is spliced from the uterus and the maternal mind. Future Mother provides... More > the egg and evolving biomedical engineering does the rest. A dramatic benefit of the process will be a permanent amnesia of the birth itself. No more nine-month discomfort, unsightly bulges, water retention, messy labor, or later responsibility because there is no memory of having given birth. Doctor Victor’s altered Eve can eat all the apples she wants.< Less
O Brave New Eve: Genetic Fantasy By Donald L. Kaufmann
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This novel ironically explores the demise of maternal instinct through DNA-inspired altered human reproduction. Human birthing is spliced from the uterus and the maternal mind. Future Mother provides... More > the egg and evolving biomedical engineering does the rest. A dramatic benefit of the process will be a permanent amnesia of the birth itself. No more nine-month discomfort, unsightly bulges, water retention, messy labor, or later responsibility because there is no memory of having given birth. Doctor Victor’s altered Eve can eat all the apples she wants.< Less
Thesis 2012: Aggie Toppins By Aggie Toppins
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The Good Service is a thesis project by Aggie Toppins in fulfillment of her MFA in Graphic Design at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Toppins spent a year examining American funeral and... More > memorial customs in search of ways that design could add value to memorial objects and experiences. This book documents her research, including interviews and observations, as well as her writings and design work.< Less
O Brave New Eve: Genetic Fantasy By Donald L. Kaufmann
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This novel ironically explores the demise of maternal instinct through DNA-inspired altered human reproduction. Human birthing is spliced from the uterus and the maternal mind. Future Mother provides... More > the egg and evolving biomedical engineering does the rest. A dramatic benefit of the process will be a permanent amnesia of the birth itself. No more nine-month discomfort, unsightly bulges, water retention, messy labor, or later responsibility because there is no memory of having given birth. Doctor Victor’s altered Eve can eat all the apples she wants. “Doctor Munch was much beloved. This she craved because she was a ‘born orphan,’ which was her quirky way of saying that her parentage was unknown. She had never forgotten being deprived of parental bonding and she had compensated by seeking love by giving it, openly and professionally. This was her work ethic and she gave herself to it, utterly.”< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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