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    A Breath Of Snow And Ashes
    Diana Gabaldon - Paperback - Arrow Books
    As the American Revolution approaches, Jamie and Claire Fraser find themselves caught up in a war that threatens to destroy everything they know.
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    Charlie Cook's Favourite Book
    Julia Donaldson - Paperback - Macmillan Children's
    Lose yourself in the adventures that unfold as Charlie discovers the hidden worlds in everyone's favourite books. From pirates to aliens to ghosts, there's something for everyone in Charlie's amazing books!
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    A Colder War
    Charles Cumming - Paperback - Harper
    Paul Wallinger, MI6's most senior officer in the Middle East, is killed when the small plane he is piloting crashes into the Adriatic. It looks like a tragic accident, but in the world of the secret service, nothing is ever as it seems. Rogue spy Thomas Kell has been working off the books for Amelia Levene, head of MI6. She dispatches Kell to Turkey to investigate the incident and to find out why sensitive MI6 operations in the region keep getting blown. What he discovers is a shocking secret about America's intelligence community which could have seismic repercussions in London and Washington.
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    Collins First Atlas: Learn With Maps
    - Paperback - Collins
    'Collins First Atlas' is a fun, simple atlas for 4-6 year olds which provides an introduction to basic geographical and atlas vocabulary. Bright, colourful mapping covers the British Isles, Europe and the wider world, and clear, simple text accompanies each map.
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    Dispatches Against Displacement: Field Notes From San Francisco's Housing Wars
    James Tracy - Paperback - AK Press
    With housing speculation still rampant even in the wake of the housing bubble, and gentrification increasing in city centres across much of the US and the UK, poor and working class people are finding themselves increasingly priced out of urban areas. James Tracy, a longtime housing activist, examines the situation in San Francisco with a series of essays exploring the battle for urban space. From these experiences, 'Dispatches Against Displacement' offers a vision of what urbanism might look like if cities were developed by, and for, the people who bring them to life.
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    Dragonfly In Amber
    Diana Gabaldon - Paperback - Arrow Books
    Claire Randall returns to the Scottish Highlands to look up a historian she met 20 years earlier. She is seeking the father of her daughter. Her questions take her back to a distant past and the dangers, hardships and the man she once loved.
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    Drug War Capitalism
    Dawn Paley - Paperback - AK Press
    Combining on-the-ground reporting with extensive research, Dawn Paley shows us what's really behind state terror and the hysteria it encourages. This is a book about what is called the 'war on drugs', but it isn't about prohibition or drug policy. Instead, it looks into how this war is one in which terror is used against the population at large in cities and rural areas. Paley examines the drug war from a unique angle: as the offshoot of and economic support for capitalism and imperialism. This is drug war capitalism.
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    Drums Of Autumn
    Diana Gabaldon - Paperback - Arrow Books
    This is the fourth book in a time-travel series about a 1960s woman and an 18th century Scottish rebel. Cast ashore in the new world, the Frasers intend to join the exiled Highlanders in North Carolina on the eve of the American Revolution.
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    The Fiery Cross
    Diana Gabaldon - Paperback - Arrow Books
    The time is 1771 and the colony of North Carolina teeters on an uneasy edge. Jamie Fraser is a man of worth but he has a lot to lose. His wife, Claire, is known notoriously as a wisewoman or a witch. They both know they have to survive.
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    Fox's Socks
    Julia Donaldson - NH - Macmillan Children's
    With rhyming text, a colourful cast of animal characters and traditional stories, 'Tales from Acorn Wood' is a series that features flaps that the very youngest of readers can lift to participate in the story.

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