Author: David Baldacci, Genre: Assassination, Total Page: 420, Publisher: Pan Macmillan, ISBN: 9781447259299

A time to kill - or a time to die? The mission is to enter one of the most dangerous countries in the world. The target is one of the toughest to reach. The result could be momentous - or it could be Armageddon. There is no margin for error. US government operatives Will Robie and Jessica Reel have to prove they are still the best team there is.

Author: , Genre: Communication, Total Page: 8, Publisher: , ISBN: PURD:32754066848403

Author: Zuzanna Drulis-Kawa, Genre: Science, Total Page: , Publisher: Frontiers Media SA, ISBN: 9782889664498

Author: Catherine Coulter, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 404, Publisher: Penguin, ISBN: 0515125628

Ramsey Hunt's solitary, isolated life in the Rockies is shattered when he finds a small, mute girl in the forest and is pursued by her mysterious kidnappers

Author: , Genre: , Total Page: , Publisher: , ISBN: PRNC:32101058628072

Author: Declan Donnellan, Genre: Performing Arts, Total Page: 287, Publisher: , ISBN: 1559362855

Author: David J Howe, Genre: Performing Arts, Total Page: 178, Publisher: , ISBN: 1845831144

A new edition of the popular and acclaimed guide to the Doctor Who Target paperback range of novelisations. With an additional Appendix covering audio releases and the recent BBC reprints of the books. From 1973 until 1994, the Target Doctor Who paperbacks were a mainstay of the publishing world. From humble beginnings, they grew into a list running to 156 individual titles and selling over 13 million copies world-wide. This is the story of Target Books. Noted researcher and historian David J Howe chronicles the origins of the imprint, speaking to all the major players in its development, from editors to art directors, managing directors to artists and authors, and charts the books' critical reception as well as the fortunes and failings of the many publishing houses involved in their production. Profusely illustrated with all the covers, plus rare and unseen sketches and unused concepts and ideas, The Target Book is the definitive guide to a range of books which shaped the reading habits of a generation.

Author: Bill Chastain, Genre: Business & Economics, Total Page: 222, Publisher: HarperCollins Leadership, ISBN: 9781400218950

Imagine if you could be a fly on the wall as a family enterprise becomes one of the most successful companies in the world. The Target Story will help you understand and adopt the competitive strategies, workplace culture, and daily business practices that enabled the big box store to become the retail giant it is today. In an industry that has seen constant disruption over the last two decades, Target has experienced tremendous growth. Establishing a strong eCommerce business and cultivating a sought-after in-store experience has kept this iconic brand at the top of the retail game. From same-day fulfillment to brand partnerships, Target has successfully fought the domination of online marketplaces by thinking outside the big box. The growth, prosperity, and expansion strategies that can be gleaned from the history of the Target Corporation amounts to a masterclass in business. Yet, the Target story has never been adequately presented. Until now. Through the story of Target, you’ll learn: How to remain nimble in times of tremendous change. How to reinvent a six-decade-old iconic brand. How to know when to build it yourself or bring in the experts. When to change the entire way you do business. And much, much more.

Author: Carl E. Baum, Genre: Technology & Engineering, Total Page: 460, Publisher: Routledge, ISBN: 9781351455657

Beginning with a review of the current need for identification of buried and surface unexplored ordnance such as mines, shells, bombs, this book then explains existing techniques for electromagnetic detection of such targets. A detailed treatment of target signatures (natural frequencies and related parameters) for identification and discrimination of false alarms is also given.

Author: James Russell, Genre: Sports & Recreation, Total Page: 188, Publisher: James Russell Publishing, ISBN: 9780916367091

Trap Shooting Secrets takes you into the world where professionals reside. With over 132 practice tips and more than 100 illustrations it's like having a shooting coach by your side. This huge 182 page 8x11 size technical book teaches techniques of professional trap shooting; singles, handicap and double trap. Endorsed by professional shooters and ranks #1 by trap shooting magazines worldwide!