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Goldstein, Jack - 10 Amazing Slenderman Stories, ebook

10 Amazing Slenderman Stories

Goldstein, Jack

3,55€

Just before Jack Goldstein and Jimmy Russell published their last book about Slenderman, 101 Amazing Slenderman Facts, they were both found dead in suspicious circumstances. The book was published in their memories. What was not known at the time however…

Choi, Nak-Eon - How Flavor Works: The Science of Taste and Aroma, ebook

How Flavor Works: The Science of Taste and Aroma

Choi, Nak-Eon

77,10€

Taste is the number one driving force in the decision to purchase a food product and food consumption is the most critical function for living organisms to obtain the energy and resources essential to their vitality. Flavor and aroma are therefore universally…

Goldstein, Jack - 10 Amazing Slenderman Stories, ebook

10 Amazing Slenderman Stories

Goldstein, Jack

3,55€

Just before Jack Goldstein and Jimmy Russell published their last book about Slenderman, 101 Amazing Slenderman Facts, they were both found dead in suspicious circumstances. The book was published in their memories. What was not known at the time however…

Woods, John - Truth in Fiction, ebook

Truth in Fiction

Woods, John

109,10€

Table of contents
1. Suboptimality and Pretence
John Woods
2. A Research Model for Fiction
John Woods
3. What Readers Know
John Woods
4. Truth-Making
John Woods
5. Sherlock
John Woods
6. “Sherlock”
John Woods
7. Salty Tears and Racing Hearts
John Woods
8. Other Things

Sampson, Sally - 100-Calorie Snack Cookbook, ebook

100-Calorie Snack Cookbook

Sampson, Sally

16,70€

For example, did you know that for 100 calories, you could have your choice of three plums, five apricots, twelve spicy almonds, three graham crackers, or two cups of arugula? You can satisfy your craving for salty, creamy, cheesy, or crunchy with quick and easy recipes

Hoffmann, Major-General Max - War Diaries and Other Papers - Volume 1, ebook

War Diaries and Other Papers - Volume 1

Hoffmann, Major-General Max

15,50€

Hoffmann’s frank and rather salty comments on Falkenhayn and his other brother officers - including Ludendorff of whom he was a criticial admirer - are valuable and revealing, coming as they do from one of the brightest minds among Germany’s supreme commanders.