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    Louise Barry sacrifices her Dublin life to return home to run Marlton Grange, a family guest house. Louise plans to modernise the business, but is thwarted from day one, when the field where she plans to grow organic vegetables sprouts bodies instead! This is a murder mystery.



    A Lifetime of Fishing

    A collection of short fishing stories by David Dennis, including a wealth of knowledge gained from a lifetime spent fishing, sometimes venturing into the darker side of the angler's psyche, and includes some of fishing's best kept secrets...

    Feeling Good About Me!: Activity Book 2

    Encourages children to do puzzles and activities that help boost their self esteem.

    Lucky Lucy Logan

    Lucy Logan has a hearing loss. Miss Nolan struggles with new things. So when Lucy gets some new technology to help her hear better in class, all sorts of things go wrong! Eventually there's a happy ending for everybody, but not in the way you might expect...

    A real life observation proof study of (S.S.S.R.D. and the Cortex Eye) Also the (Dome Shaped Image): The two permanent structures in the optic array for binocular and monocular visual perception

    (S.S.S.R.D. and the cortex eye) and the (Dome shaped image) are the two permanent structures in the optic array for binocular and monocular visual perception. John F. Price published (S.S.S.R.D. and the cortex eye) almost ten years ago. It is the first ever proven and complete new concept of binocular visual perception.

    Nursing Through Four Continents

    This book is written primarily to show the world the contribution and good works provided by Irish people abroad. They worked unselfishly in hazardous conditions, often under duress and without recognition.

    Diagnostic Virology in Primary Care: Case vignettes for general practitioners and trainees in medical microbiology

    General practitioners are in the front line where viral diseases are concerned, and they may sometimes need support in what is a rapidly developing field. The twenty-first century has seen a revolution in the speed and range of laboratory diagnosis as well as a new phase in viral immunisation and antiviral treatment.

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