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Our phones, computers and tablets are getting more powerful-'but how many of us know the ways to get the most out of them? Bestselling author Ankit Fadia shows you how.
- Send an email in the future
- Fake an incoming call on your mobile phone
- Catch a cheating partner red-handed!
- Remember where you parked your car
- Block inappropriate websites from your kids
- Automate tasks on your mobile phone
- Hide files inside photographs!
Faster: 100 Ways to Improve Your Digital Life contains all the tips and tricks for you to stretch the limits of emails, computers, social networks, video sites and everything else digital. With easy-to-use examples and loads of screenshots, Faster is the perfect digital companion for you.
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Available for Tablets (Ipad, Android, etc.)
Available for PC / MAC
Discover the flavours of the North-East
If there is one part of this country that is yet to be discovered, at least in terms of its cuisine, it is the North-East. The kitchens of the North-East are the source of an extraordinary range of dishes that blend tradition and innovation in unexpected ways. The basic tribal diet of jungle produce has, over the years, been influenced by various other communities-'the Thais, who once ruled over some parts of the territory; the Chinese, because of their proximity; and the Bengali migrants-'and it is this unusual combination that makes the food of this region unique in India. With a variety of new recipes from the eight states of the North-East-'now including Sikkim-'this updated cookbook will help you transform the most ordinary meal into an exotic experience.
Cambridge, 1898. When the unidentified body of a young woman is found floating in the River Cam, journalist Patrick O'Sullivan calls on one woman he is sure will solve the mystery: Mrs Vanessa Weatherburn. Vanessa agrees to take up the challenge, but, with a victim as well as a murderer to identify, she knows it will be no easy task.
Luckily, help is at hand; aided by her friends at Heffer's bookshop and the cream of Cambridge's academic community, Vanessa goes undercover to continue her investigation. Employing all her skills to reel in the killer, Vanessa can only hope it will be enough to solve the riddle of the river.
It is 1945 and the charming market town of Middlebeck is thriving once more. For fifteen-year-old Maisie Jackson, life could not be better; school is going well, her best friend Audrey is a constant source of fun and Maisie's mum is finally free from the cruel clutches of her now ex-husband. Best of all, Bruce Tremaine, who Maisie had been corresponding with throughout the war, is due back any day now. With unfamiliar butterflies in her stomach as she daydreams of Bruce's arrival, Maisie tries to still her restless heart and can't help wondering if this is what it feels like to be in love?Her teenage euphoria doesn't last long, however, as when her sweetheart finally arrives, he has a 'friend' in tow - the beautiful and determined Christine Myerscough. Determined, that is, to make herself Bruce's wife. Feeling crushed and betrayed, Maisie throws herself into other aspects of her life and takes on new challenges in order to take her mind off her broken heart. She soon realises that her life needn't be confined to Middlebeck and there are many opportunities in the wide world for someone with her ambition. Having found her calling and proven herself a success, Maisie convinces herself she is over her young love. But has Bruce forgotten about her?
1907. William Moon's heart swells with pride at the achievements of his daughter, Maddy. When, at eleven, she won the talent contest held by the Pierrots on Scarborough beach, William knew it wouldn't be long before she asked to join their touring company. Now that day has come; his talented young daughter has grown into a fine young woman beautiful, and with a voice so pure it would make angels weep. And William isn't the only man to notice
As Maddy journeys around the north of England with Morgan's Melody Makers, she makes new friends everywhere she goes. Now seventeen, she is eager to take her first steps along the road to love. But, as she is to discover, the course of true love never did run smooth, and her heart is taken on a bumpy ride as she experiences the highs and lows, the rapture and the heartache, of falling in love for the first time. Will her dreams of romance and happy ever after come true?
Dr. Allinger the curator of a most unusual Museum of Silence, where he collects the dying breaths of people - including Edgar Allan Poe whose last gasp was for a drink. And, just occasionally, he getsa few curious visitors . . .
Joe Hill is the New York Times bestselling author of NOS4R2, Horns, and Heart-Shaped Box, and the prize-winning story collection 20th Century Ghosts. He is also the co-author, with Stephen King, of In the Tall Grass.
One cold, wet evening in an otherwise unusually dry April, a man falls from the fifth floor window of a hotel in Hythe. Did he jump or was he pushed?Detective Chief Superintendent Fran Harman is already struggling to juggle her work and private life: she is having difficulties finding a company willing to restore her and her boyfriend's new home and has to put Mark up in her own cottage whilst the work is completed. And now, why did this man jump from a hotel balcony when he had a perfectly good balcony at home?A glitch with the water system and her boyfriend's troublesome daughter add more problems to Fran's lot. Can she find the time to discover what it is that appears not quite right about Alec Minton's death?
Janine is a professional dancer - admired, adored, envied. And life in
Monte Carlo should have been glamorous and exciting. But though
outwardly radiant, Janine is desperately unhappy. She suspects her
lover, the fascinating Nikko, of infidelities with the rich society
women. And her infatuation makes her an easy pawn in his ambitious and
A game which involves deceit, blackmail and murder. And which drives
Janine into two marriages and almost destroys her relationship with the
passionate and devoted Peter Willington.
A captivating love story from the 100-million-copy bestselling Queen of Romance, first published in 1931, and available now for the first time in eBook.
Kitty Farleton is a bride of a few months, alone in New York while her
husband Jack is on business in Chicago. But a dreadful fire sweeps
through her hotel, leaving twenty-one dead - Kitty seemingly among them.
Grief-stricken, Jack returns to London, finding solace in Kitty's best
friend Ann. United by their loss, comfort turns to love, and in time
Then Kitty reappears, having been through hell - injury,
unconsciousness, mistaken identity and separation, unable to track down
her husband and without means to return to England. Will Jack choose the
wife he now loves or the wife he thought was dead? What price must they
all pay to find happiness?
When a colleague becomes seriously ill, Chief Superintendent Fran Harman has to delay her impending retirement to oversee an investigation into a recent spate of 'happy-slappings' and minor assaults in the area.The wave of incidents has ignited a media furore and Fran soon finds herself having to spend as much time trying to control the press as trying to catch the criminals. However, the local reporter who initially broke the story may have personal reasons for taking such an avid interest in the case. As the crimes escalate in severity, Fran must call on all her resources in order to resolve the nightmare that has developed around her.