The Accursed Moor by Stuart G. Yates

The Finance Book by Stuart Warner

The Finance Book: Understand the numbers even if you’re not a finance professional (Financial Times Series) by Stuart Warner
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 6 MB
Overview: The Finance Book has been officially shortlisted in the ‘Practical Manager’ category for the 2018 Management Book of the Year prize which has just been announced by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and the British Library.

The Finance Book will help you think and manage like a financial strategist. Written specifically for non-finance professionals, it will give you all you need to know to manage your business more effectively and think more strategically.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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The Political History Of Tudor And Stuart …

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Studies In Tudor And Stuart Politics And …

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Martyrs and Murderers via Stuart Carroll

Martyrs and Murderers: The Guise Family and the Making of Europe via Stuart Carroll
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 2.five MB
Overview: Hailed as "entertaining" and "nuanced" via The Economist, Martyrs and Murderers tells the tale of 3 generations of treacherous, bloodthirsty power-brokers. One of the richest and maximum tough households in sixteenth-century France, the House of Guise performed a pivotal function within the historical past of Europe. Among the staunchest warring parties of the Reformation, they whipped up spiritual bigotry right through France. They overthrew the king, dominated Scotland for just about 20 years thru Mary Queen of Scots, plotted to invade England and overthrow Elizabeth I, and ended the century via unleashing the bloody Wars of Religion, prior to succumbing in a counter-revolution that made them martyrs for the Catholic purpose. The historical past of the Guise circle of relatives is sensational however true. Though portions of the tale are familiar-such as their a very powerful function within the homicide of four,000 Protestants within the notorious Massacre of Saint Bartholomew-the complete scope in their affect hasn’t ever prior to been instructed. Stuart Carroll unravels the legends about this cultivated, charismatic, and violent dynasty, and demanding situations conventional assumptions about one in all Europe’s maximum turbulent eras.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Close to the Sun by way of Stuart Jamieson

Close to the Sun: The Journey of a Pioneer Heart Surgeon by way of Stuart Jamieson
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 6 MB
Overview: Taut, elegantly written, and ever-attentive to the sufferers for whom he was once the closing absolute best probability, Close to the Sun is an adventurous, riveting account in line with the enjoy of over 40,000 coronary heart surgical procedures, the place the whole thing was once at the line each second within the O.R.

Stuart Jamieson has lived two lives. One started in warmth and mud. Born to British ex-pats in colonial Africa, Jamieson was once despatched on the age of 8 to a neighborhood boarding faculty, the place heartless instructors bullied and tormented their scholars. In the summers he escaped to fish on crocodile-infested rivers and discover the African bush. As a young person, an apprenticeship with one in all Africa’s maximum fabled trackers taught Jamieson how one can handle bad recreation and much more bad poachers, classes that may later serve him smartly within the high-stakes occupation he selected.

Jamieson’s 2d lifestyles opened up when he went to London to check medication all the way through the turbulent 1960s, leaving at the back of the best house he knew because it descended into revolution. Brilliant and confident, Jamieson complicated temporarily within the still-new box of open-heart surgical procedure. It was once a fraught time. For sufferers with terminal coronary heart illness, coronary heart transplants had been the brand new hope. But deficient results had all however ended the process.

In 1978 Jamieson got here to America and to Stanford-the handiest cardiac heart on this planet doing coronary heart transplants effectively. Here, Jamieson’s pioneering paintings at the anti-rejection drug cyclosporin would lend a hand to make coronary heart transplantation a regimen life-saving operation, this is nonetheless in apply nowadays as he continues to coach the following technology of coronary heart surgeons. Stuart Jamieson’s tale is the tale of 4 many years of advances in coronary heart surgical procedure.
Genre: Non-Fiction, General

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The Unknown Universe by Stuart Clark (.M4B)

The Unknown Universe: A New Exploration of Time, Space and Cosmology by Stuart Clark
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 223 MB
Overview: A groundbreaking guide to the universe and how our latest deep-space discoveries are forcing us to revisit what we know – and what we don’t.
On March 21, 2013, the European Space Agency released a map of the afterglow of the big bang. Taking in 440 sextillion kilometers of space and 13.8 billion years of time, it is physically impossible to make a better map: We will never see the early universe in more detail. On the one hand, such a view is the apotheosis of modern cosmology; on the other, it threatens to undermine almost everything we hold cosmologically sacrosanct. The map contains anomalies that challenge our understanding of the universe. It will force us to revisit what is known and what is unknown, to construct a new model of our universe.
This is the first book to address what will be an epoch-defining scientific paradigm shift. Stuart Clark will ask if Newton’s famous laws of gravity need to be rewritten, if dark matter and dark energy are just celestial phantoms. Can we ever know what happened before the big bang? What’s at the bottom of a black hole? Are there universes beyond our own? Does time exist? Are the once immutable laws of physics changing?
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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The Unknown Universe by Stuart Clark (.M4B)

The Unknown Universe: A New Exploration of Time, Space and Cosmology by Stuart Clark
Requirements: .M4A/.M4B reader, 223 MB
Overview: A groundbreaking guide to the universe and how our latest deep-space discoveries are forcing us to revisit what we know – and what we don’t.
On March 21, 2013, the European Space Agency released a map of the afterglow of the big bang. Taking in 440 sextillion kilometers of space and 13.8 billion years of time, it is physically impossible to make a better map: We will never see the early universe in more detail. On the one hand, such a view is the apotheosis of modern cosmology; on the other, it threatens to undermine almost everything we hold cosmologically sacrosanct. The map contains anomalies that challenge our understanding of the universe. It will force us to revisit what is known and what is unknown, to construct a new model of our universe.
This is the first book to address what will be an epoch-defining scientific paradigm shift. Stuart Clark will ask if Newton’s famous laws of gravity need to be rewritten, if dark matter and dark energy are just celestial phantoms. Can we ever know what happened before the big bang? What’s at the bottom of a black hole? Are there universes beyond our own? Does time exist? Are the once immutable laws of physics changing?
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Stuart MacBride – Collection

Stuart MacBride – Collection

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Jacques Lacan by Stuart Schneiderman

Jacques Lacan: The Death of an Intellectual Hero by Stuart Schneiderman
Requirements: .PDF reader, 12.9 MB
Overview: Examines the theory of psychoanalysis of Jacques Lacan, analyzes his writings on psychology, and discusses the development of his method of therapy
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Psychology & Counseling > Psychoanalysis

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Stuart Turton – The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle

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Dictionary of British Philosophers by Stuart Brown

Dictionary of Twentieth-Century British Philosophers by Stuart Brown
Requirements: .PDF reader, 36,7 Mb
Overview: This is a work with entries on individuals who made some contribution to philosophy in the period 1900 to 1960 or soon after. The entries deal with the whole philosophical work of an individual or, in the case of philosophers still living, their whole work to date. Typically the individuals included have been born by1935 and by now have made their main contributions. Contributions to the subject typically take the form of books or journal articles, but influential teachers and people otherwise important in the world of philosophy may also be included. The dictionary includes amateurs as well as professional philosophers and, where appropriate, thinkers whose main discipline was outside philosophy.There are special problems about the term "British" in the twentieth century, partly because of human migration, partly because of de-colonialization and the changing denotation of the term. The intention has been to include not only those who were British subjects at least for a significant part of their lives (even if they mostly lived outside what is now the U.K.) but also people who spent a significant part of their lives in Britain itself, irrespective of their nationality or country of origin. In the first category are included, for instance, a number of people who were born and educated in Britain but who subsequently taught in universities abroad.In the second category are included those who were born elsewhere but who came to Britain and contributed to its philosophical culture.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational

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A Cup of Comfort by James Stuart Bell (.AZW3)

A Cup of Comfort Women of the Bible Devotional: Daily Reflections Inspired by Scripture’s Most Beloved Heroines by James Stuart Bell, , Susan B Townsend
Requirements: .ePUB, .MOBI/.AZW reader, 2.9MB
Overview: The women of the Bible have been inspiring females for ages. Now these inspirational reflections have been collected in one place with this devotional. This beautifully packaged volume features twelve poignant stories for each month and a year’s worth of daily reflections. You will relate to how other women deal with life in relation to biblical women through stories.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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Arctic Ordeal by C. Stuart Houston

Arctic Ordeal: The Journal of John Richardson, Surgeon-Naturalist with Franklin, 1820-1822 by C. Stuart Houston (Editor)
Requirements: .PDF reader, 19MB
Overview: Only a handful of the original members of Sir John Franklin’s first Arctic expedition returned. John Richardson was one of them. His journal recounts their journey across the Barren Grounds, providing many details not found in Franklin’s own 1823 narrative and raising questions about Franklin’s ability as a leader.

In addition to his achievements as a doctor, meteorologist, and cartographer, Richardson was the first great naturalist to study the North American Arctic. His journal made such an outstanding contribution to ornithology, ichthyology, botany, and geology that much of modern Arctic research is founded upon his observations. Enhanced by fifty-six line drawings and eight maps, Arctic Ordeal will interest a wide audience as well as medical historians, geographers, anthropologists, and botanists.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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