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Help! I Don't Understand Computers (Help! Guides)
Help! I Don't Understand Computers (Help! Guides)
This book makes the assumption that the reader has no prior knowledge of computing. It uses everyday language and tries to describe procedures and terms in the simplest way possible. The emphasis is on action and success without wasting time in long technical explanations or terms. Each section is divided up into separate sections that contain...
Real Crime Scene Investigations: Forensic Experts Reveal Their Secrets
Real Crime Scene Investigations: Forensic Experts Reveal Their Secrets
‘It’s not CSI.’ A few years ago, as forensic crime shows started splashing across TV screens like so much blood spatter, I started hearing this from cops I know in my family and their friends. I heard it from homicide detectives I’d interviewed for previous books. The cops always stopped, sort of mysteriously, at this...
Serial Killer Investigations
Serial Killer Investigations

In 1977, FBI Special Agent Robert Ressler first used the term ‘serial killer’ after a visit to Bramshill Police Academy, near London, where someone referred to a ‘serial burglar’. The inspired coinage was soon in general use to describe killers such as necrophile Ed Kemper (ten victims), schizophrenic Herb Mullin (14),...

Secret Societies: Their Mysteries Revealed
Secret Societies: Their Mysteries Revealed

They were among the most frightening of early secret societies, a furtive group both feared and hated by citizens of the Roman Empire. Many suggested killing every man, woman and child who were members. Others proposed caution, having heard tales of bloody vengeance taken against enemies of the group. Some grew worried that their own...

It's Easy Being Green: Simple Ways to Save the Planet: 101 Ways to Save the Planet
It's Easy Being Green: Simple Ways to Save the Planet: 101 Ways to Save the Planet

Our excessive use of natural resources − fuelled by population increases and a relentless pursuit of economic growth and material possessions − is causing alarming damage to the environment.

Human activity, such as burning fossil fuels, is causing a build-up of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) in the...

Scurvy
Scurvy

In the days of tall ships, one dreaded foe was responsible for more deaths at sea than piracy, shipwreck and all other illnesses combined: Scurvy. Countless mariners suffered an agonizing death, which began with bleeding gums, wobbly teeth, and the opening of old wounds. Surgeon James Lind, Captain James Cook and physician Sir Gilbert Blane...

50 Things You Can Do Today to Manage Stress (Personal Health Guides)
50 Things You Can Do Today to Manage Stress (Personal Health Guides)

A no-nonsense guide to help reduce day-to-day stress

 

In this reassuring and easy-to-follow book, Wendy Green explains the psychological and physical factors that...

  
   
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