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Ashtanga Yoga by Caroline Klebl
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a method of Yoga Asana practice, which includes hundreds of Yoga postures, which are connected by breath initiated movements. This book is an illustrated guide to over a 125 Yoga postures and contains the precise method, by which one can, over time, perform all of these Yoga Asanas.
Be Your Own Herbalist by Michelle Schoffro Cook
This complete guide will get you growing, harvesting, using, and healing with herbs — the world’s oldest and most effective natural medicines.
Britain’s Most Notorious Prisoners by Stephen Wade
Prison is an unknown world for most of us. It is a place where time stops and lives are held in suspension, taken out of circulation. Amongst the jail population are the dangerous inmates: killers and rapists, gang ‘hit-men’ and serial offenders.
Coming Out Christian in by Douglas Ryan Boin
The supposed collapse of Roman civilization is still lamented more than 1,500 years later-and intertwined with this idea is the notion that a fledgling religion, Christianity, went from a persecuted fringe movement to an irresistible force that toppled the empire.
Earth Magic by Dodie Graham McKay
Packed with rituals, exercises, spells, recipes, history, and lore, this new book in Llewellyn’s Elements of Witchcraft series shows you how to enrich your connection to the element of earth.
Easy Guide to Los Angeles by Christine Delsol
Los Angeles and San Diego, the two major cities of southern California, are radically different from most others in America, and thus fascinating to visit. Los Angeles harbors Hollywood, and all its associated film-making studios and sites, as well as giant museums, countless nightspots with live entertainment, symphonic halls and theaters, numerous ethnic communities, and adjoining beach towns and ocean ports.
Find Your True Voice by Emmy Brunner
‘Emmy Brunner has a warm and compassionate voice… I encourage those who are thwarted or confused as to who they are to read this book – it will help them find out’ Julia Samuel, MBE, author of This Too Shall Pass Do you find yourself plagued by anxiety or depression?
Franco’s Crypt by Jeremy Treglown
An open-minded and clear-eyed reexamination of the cultural artifacts of Franco’s Spain True, false, or both? Spain’s 1939-75 dictator, Francisco Franco, was a pioneer of water conservation and sustainable energy.
Heinrich Himmler by Max Williams
This electronic edition includes 1220 black-and-white photographs “I was following orders.” The answer most commonly quoted by SS men accused of atrocious crimes after Germany had surrendered in 1945.
Jesus Is No Joke by Heidi Hollis
Once a skeptic of “Holy Encounters,” Heidi Hollis shares her true story of four unexpected journeys with Jesus, which led her deep into the reality of His Presence among us today.
Lights, Camera, Witchcraft by Heather Greene
Follow the Witch Through Decades of American Entertainment Deviant mistress of the dark arts. Goddess worshipper dancing in the moonlight. Crystal-wielding bookworm with a black hat and broom. We recognize the witch because no industry has been quite so influential in shaping our vision of her as Hollywood.
Perspective Without Pain by Phil Metzge
Imagine perspective without pain no T-squares, complicated equations or mechanical terms just simple instructions and hands-on exercises to teach you how to create a sense of depth in your drawings and paintings. Now go a step further imagine having fun with perspective.
Resilience by Eric Greitens
A masterpiece of warrior wisdom that shows how to overcome obstacles with positive action. The best-selling author, Navy SEAL, and humanitarian Eric Greitens offers a self-help book unlike any other. Two years ago, Eric Greitens unexpectedly heard from a former SEAL comrade, a brother-in-arms he hadn’t seen in a decade.
Sea Fever by Sam Jefferson
How did a big-game fishing trip rudely interrupted by sharks inspire one of the key scenes in Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea? How did Robert Louis Stevenson’s cruise to the cannibal-infested South Sea islands prove instrumental in his writing of The Beach of Falesa and The Ebb Tide?
Sex, Death and Witchcraft by Douglas Ezzy
Faunalia is a controversial Pagan festival with a reputation for being wild and emotionally intense. It lasts five days, 80 people attend, and the two main rituals run most of the night. In the tantalisingly erotic Baphomet rite, participants encounter a hermaphroditic deity, enter a state of trance and dance naked around a bonfire.
The Devil’s Garden by Debi Marshall
The State of Western Australia was in shock. Claremont is a salubrious suburb of Perth. Three lovely young women disappearing from relatively safe streets without a trace was very disturbing.
The Intimate Bond by Brian Fagan
Animals, and our ever-changing relationship with them, have left an indelible mark on human history. From the dawn of our existence, animals and humans have been constantly redefining their relationship with one another, and entire civilizations have risen and fallen upon this curious bond we share with our fellow fauna.
The Prison Cookbook by Peter Higginbotham
This copiously illustrated book takes the lid off the real story of prison food. Including the full text of an original prison cookery manual compiled at Pankhurst Prison in 1902, it examines the history of prison catering from the Middle Ages (when prisoners were expected to pay for their own board and lodging whilst inside) through the Newgate of the Victorian age and on to the present day.
The Routledge Companion to Postmodernism by Stuart Sim
This fully revised third edition of The Routledge Companion to Postmodernism provides the ideal introduction to postmodernist thought.
The Victorian City by Judith Flanders
From the New York Times bestselling and critically acclaimed author of The Invention of Murder, an extraordinary, revelatory portrait of everyday life on the streets of Dickens’ London.