Title: Leadership in Organizations
Author: Gary Yukl
Edition: Global edition, Seventh Edition
Condition: Slightly used
Title: First World War Prose
Edit: Editet and with an introduction by Jon Glover and Jon Silkin
Publisher: Penguin gruop
Year of publishing: 1990
Number of pages: 617
Dimensions: 197*126*25 mm
Selections from the letters, memoirs, autobiographies and fiction of the First World War
Title: Extreme Running
Author: Kym McConnell and Dave Horsley
Year of publishing: 2010
Number of pages: 160
Dimensions: 205*165*20 mm
Extreme running takes the reader on a spectacular world tour of ultra foot races. Dealing with preperation, challenges, strategies and the anecdotes and characters behing the races, this book shows the reader inspirational places and people, and shares astonishing and awe-inspiring adventures.
Title: Dicitonary of proverbs
Author: G.L Apperson
Publisher: The Wordsworth
Year of publishing: 1993
Number of pages: 721
Compiled from the authors`s orgiginal and painstaking research of nearly three thousand works dating as far back as the twelfth century and earlier, and biilt upon the foundation of th great Oxford English Dictionary, the Wordsworth Dictionary of Proverbs traces the origins and history of English proverbs and proverbial phrases.
Title: The Handbook of Folklore
Author: Charlotte Sophia Burne
Year of publishing: 1995
Number of pages: 364
Dimensions: 215*135*25 mm
A wide-range guide to folklore, and an impressive compilation of traditional lore, this fascinating book is divided into three sections: Belief and Practice; Customs; and Stories, Songs and Sayings. Numerous topics within these sectrions including Chines ancestor worship, religious systems of North American tribes, and English village communities, range across the whole spectrum of communal life.
Title: The Doomsday Conspiracy
Author: Sidney Sheldon
ISBN 10: 0-00-647208-7
ISBN 13: 9780006472087
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
Genre/Subject: Novel / Contemporary Literature Fiction, Mystery, Thriller Suspense
Place of publication: London
Year Published: December 1, 1992
Edition: New ed
Number of Pages: 445 pages
Dimensions (mm): 110 x 177 x 28 mm
Shipping Weight (g): 300 g
... ACTIVE ... Commander Robert Bellamy of US Naval Intelligence is dispatched on a top secret mission. A weather balloon carrying sensitive military information has crashed in Switzerland.
Bellamy must locate the ten witnesses to the incident so that they can be sworn to secrecy.
But as he conducts his search Bellamy begins to suspect that he, too, is being hunted, by an unknown lethal force that what he was told about the balloon was only one part of an almost unbelievable happening...
From Washington to Zurich, Rome and Paris, the story unfolds to reveal Bellamy's past why the women he loves the most cannot return his love, why his friends become his deadly enemies, and why the world must never learn the incredible secret hidden on the Swiss Alps...
A science-fiction--yes, science-fiction--novel from the master of soap. And one with a MESSAGE, too, just like the sf of yore--the clich‚s of which Sheldon shamelessly recycles as he ham-handedly depicts an earth under threat of invasion by aliens ticked off at- -what else?--our destruction of the environment. US Navy Commander Robert Bellamy--Sheldon's first male lead in many years--is assigned by NSA to locate the 11 people on a Swiss bus who saw the crash of a ``weather balloon.'' It takes only a chat with the bus driver for Bellamy to learn that the ``weather balloon'' was really a downed UFO containing two alien bodies. It takes talks with all the witnesses, however--Yank, Soviet, Hungarian, etc., each tracked down in the novel's repetitive first two-thirds with minimal sleuthing but maximal scenery-stuffing--for him to learn that each is killed right after talking to him: ``It was an international conspiracy, and he was in the middle of it.'' And so are: the aliens (``a form of vegetable life'' whose eyes ``resembled Ping-Pong balls'') circling earth in their mother ship, waiting to see whether world leaders will respond to their secret plea to halt pollution; the missing third occupant of the UFO, dying for lack of pristine water; and the international cabal, led by ``Janus,'' that's killed the witnesses with the intent of fighting the aliens and continuing earth's exploitation. In the livelier last third, Bellamy, resorting to clever spy-tricks and help from a winsome whore, runs from Janus--whose identity you'll spot chapters away--while plotting his downfall. The fitful action climaxes in an Alpine showdown, with the celestial calvary soaring in for the rescue. Inane as sf (and seemingly cribbed in part from sources ranging from John Campbell's ``Who's Out There?'' to Whitley Strieber's Communion); mediocre as a thriller, even Sheldon-style; but fascinating as one top author's earnest if inept effort (backed by a polemical postscript) to voice the kind of warning that H.G. Wells did with so much more style.
About the Author:
Born in Chicago, Illinois, The United States February 11, 1917
Died January 30, 2007
Genre Literature Fiction, Mystery Thrillers, Children's Books
Sidney Sheldon was an American writer who won awards in three careersa Broadway playwright, a Hollywood TV and movie screenwriter, and a best-selling novelist. His TV works spanned a 20-year period during which he created I Dream of Jeannie (1965-70), Hart to Hart (1979-84), and The Patty Duke Show (1963-66), but it was not until after he turned 50 and began writing best-selling novels such as Master of the Game (1982), The Other Side of Midnight (1973) and Rage of Angels (1980) that he became most famous.
Best known today for his exciting blockbuster novels, Sidney Sheldon is the author of The Best Laid Plans, Nothing Lasts Forever, The Stars Shine Down, The Doomsday Conspiracy, Memories of Midnight, The Sands of Time, Windmills of the Gods, If Tomorrow Comes, Master of the Game, Rage of Angels, Bloodline, A Stranger in the Mirror, and The Other Side of Midnight. Almost all have been number-one international bestsellers. His first book, The Naked Face, was acclaimed by the New York Times as "the best first mystery of the year" and received an Edgar Award. Most of his novels have become major feature films or TV miniseries, and there are more than 275 million copies of his books in print throughout the world.
Before he became a novelist, Sidney Sheldon had already won a Tony Award for Broadway's Redhead and an Academy Award for The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer. He has written the screenplays for twenty-three motion pictures, including Easter Parade (with Judy Garland) and Annie Get Your Gun. In addition, he penned six other Broadway hits and created three long-running television series, including Hart to Hart and I Dream of Jeannie, which he also produced. A writer who has delighted millions with his award-winning plays, movies, novels, and television shows, Sidney Sheldon reigns as one of the most popular storytellers of all time.
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English and Scottish Ballads by Robert Graves (ed.)
(Poetry Bookshelf) Hardcover – 1969
Series: Poetry Bookshelf S
Hardcover: 192 pages
Publisher: Heinemann; Reprint edition (1969)
Package Dimensions: 19 x 13 x 1 cm
Shipping Weight: 200 g
English and Scottish Ballads
Very Good Condition
Robert Graves (ed.)
Robert Graves was born in 1895 in Wimbledon, the son of Irish writer Perceval Graves and Amalia Von Ranke. He went from school to the First World War, where he became a captain in the Royal Welch Fusiliers. After this, apart from a year as Professor of English Literature at Cairo University in 1926, he earned his living by writing, mostly historical novels, including: I, Claudius; Claudius the God; Count Belisarius; Wife of Mr Milton; Sergeant Lamb of the Ninth; Proceed, Sergeant Lamb; The Golden Fleece; They Hanged My Saintly Billy; and The Isles of Unwisdom. He wrote his autobiography, Goodbye to All That, in 1929, and it was soon established as a modern classic. The Times Literary Supplement acclaimed it as 'one of the most candid self portraits of a poet, warts and all, ever painted', as well as being of exceptional value as a war document. Two of his most discussed non-fiction works are The White Goddess, which presents a new view of the poetic impulse, and The Nazarine Gospel Restored (with Joshua Podro), a re-examination of primitive Christianity. He also translated Apuleius, Lucan and Suetonius for the Penguin Classics, and compiled the first modern dictionary of Greek Mythology, The Greek Myths. His translation of The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám (with Omar Ali-Shah) is also published in Penguin. He was elected Professor of Poetry at Oxford in 1961 and made an Honorary Fellow of St John's College, Oxford, in 1971.
Robert Graves died on 7 December 1985 in Majorca, his home since 1929. On his death The Times wrote of him, 'He will be remembered for his achievements as a prose stylist, historical novelist and memorist, but above all as the great paradigm of the dedicated poet, "the greatest love poet in English since Donne".'
The History of Berlin by (author) Wieland Giebel
ICONS OF THE PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF BERLIN, like the East German soldier leaping to freedom, the airlift, and the fall of the Berlin Wall, but also including the Nazi torchlight parade and Goebbels calling for total war. Together with the great classical paintings, like Friedrich the Great playing the flute and smoke pouring from the smokestacks at Borsig's factory. Berlin's history from its founding to the present day, told in stunning photos and a clear, lively style by one of the top experts on Berlin.
Format Paperback | 64 pages
Dimensions 171 x 238 x 7mm | 221g
Publication date 22 Jun 2016
Publisher BerlinStory Verlag GmbH
Edition Statement 1. Auflage der Neuausgabe
Illustrations note zahlreiche Schwarz-Weiß- und farbige Abbildungen