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  • Cover scan of Hardwired To Heaven
    Hardwired To Heaven: Download Your Divinity Through Your Heart And Create Your Deepest Desires
    Joan Cerio - Paperback - Findhorn
    What kind of life do you desire? What do you want to be, to achieve, to become? You already know that your thoughts create your reality. But what creates the thoughts that create that reality? Not your mind; not your brain; not your will - it's your heart. Your heart is the key to all you wish to create, to all you would be - to every aspect of your heart's desire. And this book is the key that unlocks not only the mysteries of the heart, but its magic as well.
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    Hawick Through Time
    Alistair Redpath - Paperback - Amberley
    This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the ways in which Hawick has changed and developed over time.
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    Hearing Our Calling: Rethinking Work And The Workplace
    Gill Coombs - Paperback - Floris Books
    For many of us, work is a source of anxiety rather than joy, and our workplace routine has become a strain on our lives. This book explores whether it's possible to develop a world of work which is, in fact, joyful, fulfilling and good for our health.
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    The Hidden Girl
    Louise Millar - Hardback - Macmillan
    Hannah Riley and her musician husband, Will, hope that a move to the Suffolk countryside will promise a fresh start. Hannah, a human rights worker, is desperate for a child and she hopes that this new life will realise her dream. Yet when the snow comes, Will is working in London and Hannah is cut off in their remote village. Life in Tornley turns out to be far from idyllic. Who are the threatening figures who lurk near their property at night? And why is her neighbour so keen to see them leave? Plus Will's behaviour is severely testing the bonds of trust. Hannah has spent her professional life doing the right thing for other people. But as she starts to unbury a terrible crime, she realises she can no longer do that without putting everything she's ever wanted at risk. But if she does nothing, the next victim could be her!
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    His Father's Son
    Tony Black - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    Joey Driscol thinks that living in Australia will let himself and his family forget the troubles of the past. But as the years pass, his new life comes under threat when his wife disappears with his son.
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    The Hunting Dogs
    Jørn Lier Horst - Paperback - Sandstone Press
    17 years ago William Wisting led the investigation into one of Norway's most widely publicised criminal cases, when the young Cecilia Linde was killed. Now it is discovered that evidence was planted and the wrong man convicted. Wisting is suspended and the media smell blood. William Wisting has spent his life hunting criminals, but now it is he who is hunted. To discover what really happened he must work alone and under cover, assisted only by his journalist daughter Line. Then another young woman disappears.
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    The Half-Life Of Hannah
    Nick Alexander - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    Hannah is 38 and the happily married mother of 11-year-old Luke, the diamond in her world. The first half of her life hasn't been as exciting as she had hoped, but then, she reckons, whose has? When she succeeds in convincing husband Cliff to rent a villa in the south of France for a summer vacation with her sister Jill and gay friend Tristan, she's expecting little more than a pleasant few weeks with her family. But they each have their own baggage - their own secrets - ready to explode on this not-so-relaxing holiday in France. When a phone call at the villa announces the imminent arrival of a ghost from her past, the ambiance is transformed into a raging sea of jealousy as Hannah is forced to question everything she thought she knew and believed.
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    Hour Of Darkness
    Quintin Jardine - Paperback - Headline
    The body of a murdered woman is found washed up on Cramond Island near the mouth of the River Forth. Days later detectives are called to a flat in Edinburgh; the kitchen is covered in blood, and the occupier is missing. When the name of the woman from Cramond Island is revealed, it stirs unwelcome memories for those who knew her, Chief Constable Bob Skinner most of all. Now based in Glasgow, he has no reason to become involved in the case. Yet he does, unwittingly setting in motion a course that leads him to the toughest choice of his life, putting him in the midst of a personal nightmare, both life-threatening and career changing.
  • Cover scan of Hour Of Darkness
    Hour Of Darkness
    Quintin Jardine - Hardback - Headline
    The body of a murdered woman is found washed up on Cramond Island near the mouth of the River Forth. Days later detectives are called to a flat in Edinburgh; the kitchen is covered in blood, and the occupier is missing. When the name of the woman from Cramond Island is revealed, it stirs unwelcome memories for those who knew her, Chief Constable Bob Skinner most of all. Now based in Glasgow, he has no reason to become involved in the case. Yet he does, unwittingly setting in motion a course that leads him to the toughest choice of his life, putting him in the midst of a personal nightmare, both life-threatening and career changing.
  • Cover scan of The Home Corner
    The Home Corner
    Ruth Thomas - Paperback - Faber & Faber
    Edinburgh, 1991. Having flunked her exams, 18-year-old Luisa McKenzie finds herself back at school - this time working as a classroom assistant. Instead of leading a new 'sophisticated' life as a student in London, she spends her days trundling to and from her childhood home, sitting on the outside of the 'Home Corner' in a class full of five-year-olds. A chance encounter one afternoon with Stella, a former schoolfriend who has, herself, gone on to 'greater' things, wakes Luisa up to her disappointments. With a school trip and a magic show on the horizon, Luisa's hold on reality slowly begins to unravel.

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