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THE PRISONER OF MIGRATION By Sam Lingayah
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The Prisoner of Migration is an autobiographical novel, informed by the author’s expertise on Mauritian migration. The author’s researches have trawled deep into the oasis of the... More > respondents’ varied colonial cultural heritages striving to explore the factors that have contributed to their paralysis of indecision. This pursuit has unavoidably led him to find clarification by delving into the history of Mauritius, beginning from the Dutch occupation in 1598 to the French colonisation in 1715 and the surrender of Île de France to Britain in 1810. The analytical approach is eclectic, supported by colonial documents and studies as well as information from books and news media. The exposure of African slaves and Indian indentured labourers and their successors to the crucible of the melting pot of the varied cultural legacies seems to have resulted in a Mauritian population that V.S. Naipaul has defined as a ‘manufactured people’.< Less
Prisoner of the Mind Issue 4 By Allan Linder
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Cole's partner, Agent Alicia Reece has a theory of why he tried to kill himself that involves his friend Tommy and his past lover Jasmine, but Cole is still in denial. Through a series of mysterious... More > forensic clues, strange dreams and weird blackouts, Cole begins to assemble the pieces of a puzzle. Following the breadcrumbs he obtains classified information from an informant that something more sinister is happening. He discovers that his father’s death might be connected, when suddenly the rat is murdered. This sets off a chain reaction of lies, conspiracy and the death of more agents. Cole finds himself on the run hunted by a ruthless killer with no identity.< Less
Between Prison and Palace By Tony Lucas
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An updated version of the 2004 book on the parish of St George, Southwark, before the Reformation. It includes a detailed examination of the earliest record from 1122, chapters on the Guild of St... More > George, the Hastings Stones and new information on the medieval clergy. The revised edition brings in some insights gained from work done during the recent restoration of the building.< Less
Between Prison and Palace By Tony Lucas
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An updated version of the 2004 book on the parish of St George, Southwark, before the Reformation. It includes a detailed examination of the earliest record from 1122, chapters on the Guild of St... More > George, the Hastings Stones and new information on the medieval clergy. The revised edition brings in some insights gained from work done during the recent restoration of the building.< Less
Prisoner of the Mind Issue 1 By Allan Linder
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Prisoner of the Mind is a graphic novel by Allan Linder, sixteen years in the making. The story is a neo-noir thriller set in the near future of New York, the unforgiving city. On the outside,... More > buildings are taller, the sky is darker, and technology has advanced. Nevertheless, people are the same inside, hungry, greedy, and deceitful. A hardboiled agent with a perfect service record tries to commit suicide after investigating another agent’s death. Following Coles attempted suicide; he awakens in the psychiatric ward of a hospital with no recollection of the incident. His partner, Agent Reece has a theory of why he tried to kill himself that involves his friend Tommy and his past lover Jasmine, but he is still in denial. Through a series of forensic clues, and blackouts, Cole begins to assemble pieces of a puzzle. Following breadcrumbs he obtains classified intelligence from an informant, and he soon fears that staying alive will test his moral fiber and his friendships.< Less
Prisoner of the Mind Volume One By Allan Linder
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Prisoner of the Mind Volume One softcover is a graphic novel by Allan Linder, sixteen years in the making. The story is a neo-noir thriller set in the near future of New York, the unforgiving city.... More > On the outside, buildings are taller, the sky is darker, and technology has advanced. Nevertheless, people are the same inside, hungry, greedy, and deceitful. A hardboiled agent with a perfect service record tries to commit suicide after investigating another agent’s death. Following Coles attempted suicide; he awakens in the psychiatric ward of a hospital with no recollection of the incident. His partner, Agent Reece has a theory of why he tried to kill himself that involves his friend Tommy and his past lover Jasmine, but he is still in denial. Through a series of forensic clues, and blackouts, Cole begins to assemble pieces of a puzzle. Following breadcrumbs he obtains classified intelligence from an informant, and he soon fears that staying alive will test his moral fiber and his friendships.< Less
Jails Courts Prisons the Real Truth By William Carter
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This contains information about our court system, jail system and process and the prison system and process. It also contains information about the how's and know how's on what and who to deal with... More > in certain situations of going to court and being locked up in a jail or prison or other intitutions. Everything has been broke down for an average person can understand and use this material if needed for them self or for someone they know.< Less
Duplicitus - Episode 8: Prisoners' Dilemma By Dr Ivor Jo
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Duplicitus is the story of Dr Ivor Jo, an information technology professor who secretly contrives internet espionage for Australian Signals Intelligence ... and its bigger brothers. From the early... More > eighties Strategic Defense Initiative (Star Wars) to the next millennium hunt for bin Laden, Major Ivor Jo pioneers internet facilitated machinations between nations leveraging the frontiers of cyberspace. All the while Ivor's academic colleagues stymie his evolution of a virtual robot with the artificial intelligence to manage the supercomputing duplicity.< Less
Diary of a Prisoner in World War I By Josef Sramek
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An authentic diary of Josef Sramek, a Czech soldier drafted to the Hungaro-Austrian army to fight from the beginning of World War 1. As prisoner of war he survived a series of death marches,... More > suffered from cold and diseases, and witnessed soldiers and civilians turning into either brutal predators or helpless prey. He was confined in a concentration camp at the italian island of Asinara which comprises an important part of his story. Later he was transfered to a more humanly captivity in France where his diary ends. "Clarion Foreword Reviews" have given the book four stars and commented: "Šrámek’s diary is both informative and eye-opening." and continue "... is a mustread for any student or aficionado of twentieth-century history. No historian could have written a more poignant tale."< Less
Diary of a Prisoner in World War I By Josef Sramek
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An authentic diary of Josef Sramek, a Czech soldier drafted to the Hungaro-Austrian army to fight from the beginning of World War 1. In Diary of a Prisoner in World War I, Tomas Svoboda presents... More > every record his grandfather, Josef Šrámek, kept from the time he joined the army and was subsequently captured by the enemy, to the death marches and concentration camps he entered in Serbia, Albania, Italy, and France before finally returning home to resume his life. "Clarion Foreword Reviews" have given the book four stars and commented: "Šrámek’s diary is both informative and eye-opening. His grandson has done a masterful job putting it into a format accessible to a broad audience." and continue "... is a mustread for any student or aficionado of twentieth-century history. No historian could have written a more poignant tale."< Less