Books by Publisher: Overture Publishing

    Dog Dish of Doom

    By E. J. Copperman

    Hardback £14.45

    Kay Powell wants to find that break-out client who will become a star. And she thinks she's found him: His name is Bruno, and he has to be walked three times a day.

    Galvanizing Performance

    Paperback Save £1.74 = £26.25

    An application of the teachings of the Alexander Technique to the performing arts. This collection demonstrates how deliberate movement and specific practice in theatre, music, song and dance can improve the art form, as well as the artist's wellbeing.

    Law and the Family in Ireland, 1800-1950

    By Niamh Howlin

    Paperback £25.94

    This multi-disciplinary study considers the intersection between law and family life in Ireland from the early nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. An underlying theme is the way in which the law of the family in Ireland differed from the law of the family in England.

    Perfect You

    By Caroline Leaf

    Paperback Save £1.14 = £7.85

    A revealing "personality profile" self-test and Littauer's insightful advice help readers better understand themselves and others. A bestseller.

    Criminology and Criminal Justice Companion

    By Tracy Cussen

    Paperback Save £0.53 = £22.46

    This companion offers a user-friendly and practical introduction to the various aspects of studying and researching Criminology and Criminal Justice.

    Economics of Development

    By Penelope Pacheco-Lopez

    Paperback Save £5.34 = £54.65

    This classic, bestselling textbook provides a comprehensive introduction to the field of development economics. An ideal textbook for undergraduate students of economics and other social sciences, it is also suitable for upper undergraduate and master's level modules on development economics as an option on a non-economics degree.

    Crime and Social Theory

    By Eamonn Carrabine

    Paperback £30.29

    What can social theory really teach us about crime in the world today? This book gives an overview of key theoretical debates alongside explanations of cutting edge research to show how abstract thought relates to everyday experience. Looking at global crime to street crime, it brings together the most significant...

    Mapping Paths to Family Justice

    By Jan Ewing

    Hardback Save £6.64 = £63.36

    â The family justice system in England and Wales has undergone radical change over the past 20 years. A significant part of this shifting landscape has been an increasing emphasis on settling private family disputes out of court, which has been embraced by policy-makers, judges and practitioners alike and is...

    Understanding the European Union

    By John McCormick

    Paperback £26.81

    While this text would naturally suit Political Science and International Relations students, McCormick realises that the EU is both a global political actor and the wealthiest marketplace in the world, which means the EU must be studied from multiple disciplinary persepctives.

    Planning the Mobile Metropolis

    By Luca Bertolini

    Paperback £31.16

    Our economic welfare and social well-being depend on our mobility. But our means of travel threaten the planet's sustainability. In this innovative text, Luca Bertolini shows how mobility planning - which takes seriously the demands of both urban and transport planning - offers solutions to transport challenges in the 21st...

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