Author: Sophie Hannah Publisher: Penguin, 362 pages
NAOMI Jenkins is a woman of secrets. She has never told anyone about the terrible thing that happened to her three years ago. But old habits die hard and now she is living with yet another secret: she is dating the unhappily married Robert Haworth.
When he vanishes without an explanation, she knows something very bad must have happened to him. But Robert’s wife insists he is not missing.
Naomi decides to convince the detectives that he is a psychopath to get him back. The only catch is that she has to dig up her own traumatic past to do this. Authors: Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams Publisher: Portfolio, 409 pages MASS collaboration has changed the way businesses communicate, compete and succeed in the new global marketplace. In this new age, we are altering the way our financial institutions and governments operate. The healthcare, newspaper and energy industries are changing the way they serve their customers.
All around the world, businesses, organisations and individuals are using mass collaboration to revolutionise how we work, learn and create. This book also highlights organisations that are successfully embracing the principles of wikinomics. Author: John le Carré Publisher: Viking, 396 pages DURING a peaceful vacation in Antigua, former Oxford tutor Perry Makepiece and his girlfriend meet Dmitri “Dima” Vladimirovich Krasnov, a Russian businessman with a tattoo on his right thumb.
He challenges Perry to a tennis match and soon the couple are visiting with his extended family. At Dima’s request, Perry conveys a message to MI6 in England that Dima wishes to defect.
When Perry and Gail receive a summons from MI6 to a debriefing, they realise that Dima is one of the world’s biggest money launderers and they have been roped into a tangle of lies and deceit. Author: Gail Giles Publisher: Little, Brown and Company, 292 pages AMES Ford has a rich, generous dad, a happy mother and a cute little sister. She lives in a big house, goes to a private school and has plenty of friends. After Ames’ father loses his job because he stole from his clients, the family is forced to start over in a slum-like neighbourhood.
Then she meets Marc, who loves her more than anything in the world. He is mysterious, confident and carries a gun. Suddenly, Ames is caught in a dangerous conflict in which she finds herself going along with Marc’s plan to kill her parents.
But is she prepared to commit the ultimate betrayal against them? Author: Rhonda Byrne Publisher: Atria Books, 247 pages FROM the author of The Secret comes a book that reveals the greatest power in the universe – The Power to have anything you want. It teaches you that all it takes is just one thing to change your entire life.
It’s all about love: if you love something, you get the love back. You feel good about yourself, and the entire world changes for you.
The Power is inside everyone and the life of your dreams will be within reach once you learn how to tap into it. Author: Anne Batko Publisher: Advantage Quest, 255 pages Author: Andrea Gillies Publisher: Short Books, 357 pages THIS is a comprehensive, easy-to-use reference designed to help you identify and correct the most common errors in written and spoken English. Are you worried that how you write is holding you back at work? Do you fear you are making errors each time you open your mouth to speak?
At the end of each chapter is a test to help you reinforce what you have learned. ANDREA has a Bed and Breakfast to run, three children to look after and her father-in-law, Morris, is physically impaired, though still mobile. When the family moved into their new home, a three-storey Victorian house in the far north of Scotland, Andrea’s mother-in-law, Nancy, is already in mid-stage Alzheimer’s.
In this book, she tracks Nancy’s unravelling grasp on the rational world and descent into dementia’s alternative reality.