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Rabbit Factor
Just one spreadsheet away from chaos... What makes life perfect? Insurance mathematician Henri Koskinen knows the answer because (read more)
Just one spreadsheet away from chaos... What makes life perfect? Insurance mathematician Henri Koskinen knows the answer because he calculates everything down to the very last decimal. And then, for the first time, Henri is faced with the incalculable.

After suddenly losing his job, Henri inherits an adventure park from his brother - its peculiar employees and troubling financial problems included. The worst of the financial issues appear to originate from big loans taken from criminal quarters ... and some dangerous men are very keen to get their money back. (hide)
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Rabbit Hole
My name is Alice. I'm a police officer. I'm trying to solve a murder on a psychiatric ward. But I'm also a patient... They were (read more)
My name is Alice. I'm a police officer. I'm trying to solve a murder on a psychiatric ward.

But I'm also a patient... They were meant to be safe on Fleet Ward: psychiatric patients monitored, treated, cared for. But now one of their number is found murdered, and the accusations begin to fly. (hide)
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Railway Architecture
Pub Date:10/01/2015 - The great arched train sheds of Victorian Britain are often seen as the nineteenth-century equivalent of medieval (read more)
Pub Date:10/01/2015 - The great arched train sheds of Victorian Britain are often seen as the nineteenth-century equivalent of medieval cathedrals: once specific railway buildings became necessary around 1830 British architects seized the opportunity with both hands, designing some of the great buildings of their age. However, these grand buildings are only part of the story - not only was the country peppered with humbler individually styled station buildings, but also with bridges, signal boxes, engine sheds and other structures specific to the railways. In this illustrated introduction, Bill Fawcett tells the story of railway architecture from the age of George Stephenson to modern times, including such influential architects as Sir George Gilbert Scott and Charles Holden. (hide)
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Rain Heron
Ren lives alone on the remote frontier of a country devastated by a coup. High on the forested slopes, she survives by hunting and (read more)
Ren lives alone on the remote frontier of a country devastated by a coup. High on the forested slopes, she survives by hunting and trading - and forgetting. But when a young soldier comes to the mountains in search of a legendary creature, Ren is inexorably drawn into an impossible mission.

As their lives entwine, unravel and erupt - as myth merges with reality - both Ren and the soldier are forced to confront what they regret, what they love, and what they fear. (hide)
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Rain in Portugal
The New York Times Bestseller From former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins comes a twelfth collection of poetry offering nearly fifty (read more)
The New York Times Bestseller From former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins comes a twelfth collection of poetry offering nearly fifty new poems that showcase his trademark generosity, wit, and imaginative play. The Rain in Portugal - a title that admits he's not much of a rhymer - sheds Collins's ironic light on such subjects as travel and art, cats and dogs, loneliness and love, beauty and death.

His tones range from the whimsical - 'the dogs of Minneapolis .../ have no idea they're in Minneapolis' - to the elegiac in a reaction to the death of Seamus Heaney. A student of the everyday, here Collins contemplates a weathervane, a still-life painting, the calendar, and a child lost at a beach. His imaginative fabrications have Shakespeare flying comfortably in first class and Keith Richards supporting the globe on his head.

Pub Date:26/01/2017
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Rainbow Atlas : 500 of the World's Most Colourful Places
Discover 500 amazing global adventures for colour seekers. From natural phenomena and architectural wonders to art installations (read more)
Discover 500 amazing global adventures for colour seekers. From natural phenomena and architectural wonders to art installations and cultural events, The Rainbow Atlas takes you around the world from one vibrant landmark to the next. It explores locations such as the extraordinary pink lakes of Western Australia, the brightly coloured fishermen's houses of Burano in Italy, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the old town in Antigua, the tulip fields of Holland, Bangkok's famous Damnoen Saduak floating market, and the otherworldly landscape of the Rainbow Mountains in Zhangye Danxia, China. (hide)
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Rainbow in the Dark : The Autobiography
Ronnie James Dio was a heavy metal icon and frontman of three of the best-selling, most influential and famous rock bands in history: (read more)
Ronnie James Dio was a heavy metal icon and frontman of three of the best-selling, most influential and famous rock bands in history: Rainbow, Black Sabbath and his own multi-million selling band, Dio. Rainbow in the Dark is a rollercoaster ride through the extraordinary highs and lows of Dio's life, and takes us from his early days as a street gang leader and Doo-wop singer in '60s Vegas through to his breakout success with Rainbow and Black Sabbath in the '70s and the stadiums of US metal in the '80s - ending in Dio's dressing room at Madison Square Garden, in June 1986, at the peak of his worldwide fame with Dio. Tragically Dio passed away from cancer in 2010, but had already begun writing a memoir before his death. (hide)
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Raising Faith : A true story of raising a child psychic-medium
One family's extraordinary experiences with their young daughter's ability to communicate with spirits, and the inspirational lessons (read more)
One family's extraordinary experiences with their young daughter's ability to communicate with spirits, and the inspirational lessons learnt on their journey. Claire Waters has two young children, Faith and Tom. When the children were 4 and 2 years old respectively, Claire learned of their psychic medium abilities and she subsequently began a journey to learn as much as possible about psychic matters and the spirit world, to help and support her two children with their gift.
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Raising the Resistance : A Mother's Guide to Practical Activism
Acknowledging the dual role of mother and citizen, Scary Mommy writer and mom Farrah Alexander, provides empowerment and guidance (read more)
Acknowledging the dual role of mother and citizen, Scary Mommy writer and mom Farrah Alexander, provides empowerment and guidance for the modern progressive mother. On the intersection of feminism and motherhood. Mothers are a force to be reckoned with.

And after the Women's March and midterm elections, moms have surely secured their spot in today's feminist movement. But for those who aren't ready to make a bid for the presidency, the way forward can seem daunting and unclear. Whether it's correcting a misinformed family member about gender equality or running for political office, this bold and accessible primer presents active parents with different types of activism they can incorporate into their parenting, no matter how big or small. (hide)
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Ramble Shamble Children
Merra, Locky, Roozle, Finn, and little Jory love their ramble shamble house. It's a lot of work taking care of the garden, the chickens, (read more)
Merra, Locky, Roozle, Finn, and little Jory love their ramble shamble house. It's a lot of work taking care of the garden, the chickens, and themselves, but they all pitch in to make it easier - even Jory, who looks after the mud puddles. When they come across a picture of a "proper" house in a book, they start wondering if their own home is good enough.

So they get to work "propering up" the garden, the chickens, and even the mud puddles. But the results aren't exactly what they expected, and when their now-proper household's youngest member goes missing, they realise that their ramble shamble home might be just right for their family, after all. (hide)
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