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  • Reiki: Hands of Love
    Reiki: Hands of Love As with all music created by Deuter, it is magnificent; whether it is gentle and melodious or more energetic, it reaches out to touch the soul, to heal, to bring peace, comfort and tranquillity to the listener. ‘Hands of Love’ can be likened to silk on the skin, a deeply sensuous feel which engages as soon as it is felt, as does this serenely enchanting, reflective work.
  • The Widow’s Confession
    The Widow’s Confession When the body of a young girl is washed up on the shore of the sea-bathing resort of Broadstairs, the town is set to gossip about what happened. But when more and more young girls on the verge of womanhood are found washed up on the sands, the Villagers of this once sleepy fishing village begin to wonder if the ‘London’ people and the American cousins have something to do with their deaths.
  • Gun Street Girl
    Gun Street Girl Belfast in 1986 is being held firmly in the grip of a winter that seems like it will never end: The “troubles” are for once not overly demanding and there seems to be a little bit of peace and quiet on the streets. Life goes on but for RUC Inspector Sean Duffy on yet another stake out, this time involving MI5; he is over it, he is cold, bored and sure that this is yet another stakeout which is headed for a classic stuff-up.
  • In The Forbidden City
    In The Forbidden City This exquisitely presented history of The Forbidden City, the place of power in China for more than six centuries, allows us to discover and understand a time in China’s history which is no longer. Although The Forbidden City is now a public museum, its history is as complex as the palace itself.
  • Be Rich and Spiritual
    Be Rich and Spiritual There is the conflict that by being spiritual you are already endowed with richness, but the other side is that this richness will not pay the bills. Perhaps materialism will in some way conflict with spirituality. In this book, Yildiz Sethi undertakes to deal with the topic of Richness combined with Spirituality, a subject area which has, over time, become one filled with both confusion and conflict from a fresh, new perspective.
  • Hansel and Gretel
    Hansel and Gretel It has always been said the at there is more to the traditional fairy tale than just the story about good and evil, but when Neil Gaiman gets hold of it, there is definitely more to it than ever before. In his darkly creative manner, he turns the tale of Hanzel and Gretel inside out and upside down to present the story in a manner that will appeal, horrify and fascinate the modern, and not so modern, reader.
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  • Mawson's Huts Foundation
    Mawson's Huts Foundation

    The Mawson's Huts Foundation has been established to conserve the unique, historical buildings known as Mawson's Huts, base for one of the most significant expeditions in Antarctic history. Sir Douglas Mawson, a geologist, who led the Australiasion Antarctic Expedition of 1911, landed a party of 18 at Cape Denison on Commonwealth Bay in January, 1912, and remained there until December 1913. The site was not visited again until Mawson returned in 1931 with the British, Australian and New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition and then not again until the 1950's. Only a concerted public campaign would save and conserve this historic site for all Australians, and the Mawson's Huts Foundation was formed in 1996 for this purpose. The Foundation has been involved with five conservation expeditions to Cape Denison, working in partnership with the Australian Government through the Minister for Environment and Heritage, the Australian Antarctic Division and the Australian Heritage Division.

    Formed in 1996, the Foundation is raising funds from the Australian Government and corporate and private sponsors to ensure that this vital part of Australia's Antarctic heritage remains intact. The Mawson's Huts Historic Site consists of the main hut, magnetograph house, the transit hut, the ruined absolute magnetic hut and a memorial cross to Ninnis and Mertz, along with a plaque recording the territorial claim Mawson made on his return for one night in 1931.

    The Cape Denison site is also recognised internationally under the Antarctic Treaty as a Historic Site and Monument, an Antarctic Specially Protected Area and an Antarctic Specially Managed Area. It is also inscribed on both the National Heritage and Commonwealth Heritage registers. courtesy Allen & Unwin

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