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Angel Meadow

Angel Meadow Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dean Kirby
Editor: Pen and Sword
ISBN: 1473880289
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'It is all free fighting here. Even some of the windows do not open, so it is useless to cry for help. Dampness and misery, violence and wrong, have left their handwriting in perfectly legible characters on the walls.' - Manchester Guardian, 1870Step into the Victorian underworld of Angel Meadow, the vilest and most dangerous slum of the Industrial Revolution. In the shadow of the world's first cotton mill, 30,000 souls trapped by poverty are fighting for survival as the British Empire is built upon their backs. Thieves and prostitutes keep company with rats in overcrowded lodging houses and deep cellars on the banks of a black river, the Irk. Gangs of 'scuttlers' stalk the streets in pointed, brass-tipped clogs. Those who evade their clutches are hunted down by cholera, typhoid and tuberculosis. Lawless drinking dens and a cold slab in the dead house provide the only relief from a filthy and frightening world.In this shocking book, journalist Dean Kirby takes readers on a hair-raising journey through the gin palaces, alleyways and underground vaults of this nineteenth century Manchester slum considered so diabolical it was re-christened 'hell upon earth' by Friedrich Engels.ENTER ANGEL MEADOW IF YOU DARE...'Dean Kirby has Angel Meadow in his blood' - Joseph O'Neill

Absolution Gap

Absolution Gap Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Alastair Reynolds
Editor: Orbit
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Absolution Gap by Alastair Reynolds Summary

In the third book of the legendary Revelation Space trilogy, the last remnants of humanity realize that forging an alliance with a greater and even more mysterious alien force may be their only chance for survival. The Inhibitors were designed to eliminate any life form reaching a certain level of intelligence -- and they've targeted Humanity. War veteran Clavain and a ragtag group of refugees have fled into hiding. Their leadership is faltering, and their situation is growing more desperate. But their little colony has just received an unexpected visitor: an avenging angel with the power to lead mankind to safety -- or draw down its darkest enemy. And as she leads them to an apparently insignificant moon light-years away, it begins to dawn on Clavain and his companions that to beat one enemy, it may be necessary to forge an alliance with something much worse . . . "Absolution Gap is a good as it gets, and should solidify Alastair Reynolds' reputation as one of the best hard SF writers in the field." -- SF Site

Mischief, Morality and Mobs

Mischief, Morality and Mobs Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dick Hobbs
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134825323
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Mischief, Morality and Mobs by Dick Hobbs Summary

Geoffrey Pearson, who died in 2013, was one of the outstanding social scientists of the post second world war era. His work spanned social work, social theory, social history, criminology and sociology. In particular, his work has had a huge impact upon studies of youth, youth culture and drugs. This collection is made up of contributions from scholars producing empirical work on some of the key areas upon which Geoff Pearson established his reputation. All of the writers in this collection have been profoundly influenced by his scholarship. This collection focuses on urban ethnography, race and ethnicity, youth, and drugs. It includes chapters on: women working in male boxing gyms; understanding the English Defence League; Black male adults as an ignored societal group; drug markets and ethnography; and sex, drugs and kids in care. The result is a cutting edge collection that takes readers into social worlds that are difficult to access, complex, yet utterly normal. Overall this is an exciting and fittingly challenging tribute to one of the UKs most important scholars. This volume will appeal to scholars and students of criminology, sociology, social history and research methodology – in particular ethnography.

Portapotty Run

Portapotty Run Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Errol Mickelson
Editor: Errol Mickelson
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Portapotty Run by Errol Mickelson Summary

On a beautiful day many years after the mass extinction of all human beings, Gub the Cowboy decides to take a ride through the desert. Gub the Cowboy is a Practical Forecaster, a superbeing that is virtually invincible. Nearly all of the inhabitants of Earth (now renamed Practical Planet by the omnipotent overlord Happy Cloud) are. However, when Gub’s ride goes awry and he accidentally unleashes a sentient outhouse with the power to turn Practical Forecasters into hollow, sickeningly dapper shadows of their former selves, he is catapulted into a lifestyle of complete insanity as he simultaneously tries to evade the Portapotty and save his brother from its foul clutches. Making both friends and enemies at every turn, Gub soon finds himself stuck in an adventure that he didn’t really want, surrounded by Forecasters that he doesn’t really know. As the plot thickens and the reach of the Portapotty grows ever longer, Gub is forced to contemplate his own invincibility and wonder if there are things worse than death if one can never die.

Teddy Boys

Teddy Boys Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ray Ferris ,Julian Lord
Editor: Milo Books Ltd
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No youth cult has been so enduring, yet so misunderstood, as the Teddy Boys. From the moment they appeared in the early 1950s, inspired by the flamboyance of Edwardian clothing and the hot sounds of dance bands to seek escape from the austerity of the era, the Teds were maligned by a starchy British Establishment that had no idea what they were really about. As the movement swept the country, that scorn turned to fear, sparking moral outrage that lasted for a decade. Teddy Boys traces the roots of the Teds among the post-War spivs, the music of jive and boogie artists, and dances like ‘the creep’. The new fashion and its link with violence began to attract media attention after a fatal gang fight in south London, and soon Teddy Boy clothes, haircuts and dance styles were banned from concert halls around the country, to no avail. The arrival of rock ‘n’ roll and the hit movie Rock Around the Clock saw the craze reach its frenetic peak. This lively history tells how the Teds fell into decline after the Notting Hill Riots of 1958, but how their spirit was preserved by the leather-clad Rockers who fought with Mods in the 1960s. A landmark concert at Wembley in 1972, with artists like Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry, revived the fashion, and the rising popularity of rockabilly expanded interest across Europe and beyond. The scene is now thriving again, with numerous reunions, gigs and events worldwide. Teddy Boys is the first ever account of an enduring popular phenomenon.

Crime City

Crime City Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Joseph O'Neill
Editor: Milo Books Ltd
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Crime City by Joseph O'Neill Summary

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS 'A rollicking tale packed with characters and incident.' IRISH POST 'Fascinating.' FAMILY HISTORY MONTHLY 'A thought-provoking history and sociology punctuated by passages that would grace a well-written thriller.' YOUR FAMILY TREE 'A a great collection of stories and fascinating social history.' ANCESTORS MAGAZINE 'A masterly survey.' Product Description Victorian Manchester was once described as a 'city of two classes', a rogue's paradise where vast wealth sat beside grinding poverty. It was unique, and so was its underworld. Historian Joseph O'Neill recreates the sights, sounds and smells of a lost milieu in all their fascinating detail. He chronicles the era's crooks, cracksmen, pimps, prostitutes, conmen, garrotters and bareknuckle fighters, and the gin palaces, dance halls and cheap brothels that were as much a part of Manchester as giant cotton mills. . Here are legendary detective Jerome Caminada, the super-criminal Charlie Peace, street gangs like the Bengal Tigers, and myriad other characters like One-Armed Dick, the infamous fence, all denizens of a time when brutality was commonplace and death lurked down every alley.

The Real Sherlock Holmes

The Real Sherlock Holmes Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Angela Buckley
Editor: Pen and Sword
ISBN: 1473834694
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The Real Sherlock Holmes by Angela Buckley Summary

On 6 December 1886, Arthur Foster leaves the Queen's Theatre, Manchester with a pocket full of gold and a lady bedecked with diamonds on his arm. He hails a hansom cab unaware that a detective has been trailing him as he crisscrossed the streets of the city. As the cab pulls away, the detective slips inside and arrests the infamous 'Birmingham Forger.' The detective is Jerome Caminada, legendary policeman and real-life Victorian super-sleuth. A master of disguise with a keen eye for detail and ingenious methods of detection, Caminada is at the top of his game, tracking notorious criminals through the seedy streets of Manchester's underworld. Relentless in his pursuit, he stalks pickpockets and poisoners, unscrupulous con artists and cold blooded murderers. His groundbreaking detective work leads to the unravelling of classic crime cases such as the Hackney Carriage Murder in 1889, secret government missions and a deadly confrontation with his arch-rival, a ruthless and violent thief. Caminada's compelling story bears all the hallmarks of Arthur Conan Doyle and establishes this indefatigable investigator as one of the most formidable detectives of the Victorian era and The Real Sherlock Holmes.As seen in The Sunday Telegraph, The Sunday Express, The Times, La Stampa and Lancashire Life.Also featured in Discover Your History Magazine.

The Sand Scuttler

The Sand Scuttler Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rosalyn Kelly
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The Sand Scuttler by Rosalyn Kelly Summary

Ripped from her mother’s arms and forced into slavery, the beautiful Jakira is soon sold. Destined to become her new master's bed slave when she matures, she's put to work in the kitchen. But whilst Jakira is being branded, she discovers she can tame fire. Determined to gain her freedom and find her mother before Jakira comes of age, she uses her magic to ask the bloodthirsty God for a miracle. When this fails, a desperate Jakira goes in search of a mysterious creature, the last of its kind, who lives deep in the vast desert. Known as the Sand Scuttler, it can bestow great power on the one it deems worthy. For centuries it hasn't met that one, until now. Set in the same ruthless world as the grimdark, epic fantasy novel Melokai (In the Heart of the Mountains #1) and twenty years before, The Sand Scuttler tells of the early life of Ammad’s mother Jakira. This adult fantasy novella can be read as a standalone story, no prior knowledge of Melokai is required.

Youth in Crisis?

Youth in Crisis? Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Barry Goldson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136833285
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Youth in Crisis? by Barry Goldson Summary

Few issues attract greater concern and censure than those that surround youth 'gangs'. Paradoxically, youth researchers have conventionally been reluctant to even use the term 'gang' but, more recently, such reluctance has receded. Indeed, it is increasingly claimed that – in particular urban 'territories' – youth gangs are commonplace, some young people are deeply immersed in violence and the carrying and use of weapons (particularly knives and firearms) is routine. Comprizing a series of essays from leading national and international researchers, this book subjects such claims to rigorous critical scrutiny. It provides a challenging and authoritative account of complex questions pertaining to urban youth identities, crime and social order. This book: locates the question of 'gangs' in both historical and contemporary contexts engages a spectrum of theoretical perspectives and analytical positions presents and analyzes cutting-edge empirical research addresses a range of previously neglected questions, including those pertaining to girls, young women and 'gangs'. Youth in Crisis? provides a vital resource for researchers, educators, policy-makers and practitioners with an interest in key questions facing criminology, sociology and social policy.


Gangs Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jacqueline Schneider
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351157787
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Gangs by Jacqueline Schneider Summary

The task of researching gangs is fraught with difficulties, central to which are issues of definition and reliance on certain forms of data for analyses. These methodological issues have been acknowledged as limitations in most of the existing research, but they have not been explored as being potentially serious flaws contributing to the proliferation of myth, or as aggravating factors that exacerbate what is essentially a relatively uncomplicated social process. Also unclear from existing studies is the extent to which suppositions about gangs feed moral panics or contribute to the misidentification or over-specification of a problem. This captivating volume focuses on gangs, their formation, identity and behaviour with a view to developing a preventive strategy.

The Tether

The Tether Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nick Davis
Editor: NickDavis
ISBN: 1449969925
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Sarah a troubled teenage girl in a Baltimore Private School after a brutal kidnap finds herself fighting for her soul and reality itself. When in one explosive moment she is handed a Tether which contains the power that could change the world for good or for evil. The only problem is good and evil become a matter of perspective and as she races for answers these lines become increasingly blurred.

Warlord of Heaven

Warlord of Heaven Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Adrian Cole
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497621879
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Warlord of Heaven by Adrian Cole Summary

An alien warlord embarks on his final purge in the third novel in the epic Star Requiem fantasy series following Thief of Dreams. Adrian Cole’s acclaimed Star Requiem series welcomes readers to Innasmorn, a planet where the elements are worshipped as gods . . . and where mankind is considered the enemy. As the last remnants of humankind face extinction at the hands of a ruthless alien foe, the ultimate battle is building. The terrible Csendook destroyers have gathered in the Warhive, a huge gladiatorial arena, ready to vanquish their enemy. But as the fearsome warlord Auganzar relentlessly searches the galaxy for his victims, internal and external forces conspire to bring about an end to the bloody, thousand-year crusade. It is only on the planet of Innasmorn where the last refuge of humanity lives, and it is up to the young, courageous Ussemitus to take up arms and defend their right not just to survive . . . but to thrive. A gathering storm of chaos and destruction looms . . . and only the strong will live. Don’t miss the entire Star Requiem quartet: Mother of Storms, Thief of Dreams, Warlord of Heaven, and Labyrinth of Worlds.

Invader on My Back

Invader on My Back Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Philip E. High
Editor: Gateway
ISBN: 0575110449
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Invader on My Back by Philip E. High Summary

In the far future, the world has fallen to chaos with the criminal elements controlling the cities and vast police forces ruling the unknown wilderness beyond. Only one man, unknowingly, holds the key to the state in which society finds itself - a man named Craig. Craig, however, is an outcast, a pariah, feared by organised crime and despised by the police who, despite themselves, are compelled to use him. This is the tale of how Craig fights back - against forces unknown - and of his attempts to reinstate himself into a society that has rejected him.

Making Youth

Making Youth Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Melanie Tebbutt
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137604158
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Making Youth by Melanie Tebbutt Summary

This new study explores how British youth was made, and how it made itself, over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Adopting a chronological approach to a number of key themes and debates, Melanie Tebbutt compares and contrasts representations and lived experiences while emphasising diversity and the need to recognise regional differences.

Everyday Violence in Britain, 1850-1950

Everyday Violence in Britain, 1850-1950 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Shani D'Cruze,Ivor Crewe
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ISBN: 1317875567
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Everyday Violence in Britain, 1850-1950 by Shani D'Cruze,Ivor Crewe Summary

The diverse violence of modern Britain is hardly new. The Britain of 1850 to 1950 was similarly afflicted. The book is divided into four parts. 'Getting Hurt' which looks at everyday violence in the home (including a chapter on infanticide). 'Uses and Rejections' two chapters on the use of violence within groups of men and women outside the home (for example, violence within youth gangs, and male violence centred around pubs). 'Going Public' three chapters on how violence was regulated by law and the professional agencies which were set up to deal with it. 'Perceptions and Representations' this final section looks at how violence was written about, using both fiction and non-fiction sources. Throughout the book the recurring themes of gender, class, continuity and change, public/private, and experience, discourses and representations are highlighted.

The Edge Chronicles 10: The Immortals

The Edge Chronicles 10: The Immortals Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paul Stewart,Chris Riddell
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The Edge Chronicles 10: The Immortals by Paul Stewart,Chris Riddell Summary

It’s five hundred years into the third age of flight and mighty phraxships steam across the immensity of the Deepwoods, plying their lucrative trade between the three great cities. But all across the Edge, trouble is brewing. The goblin clans are preparing for war. And a storm is gathering, unlike any that has been seen before. When the life of Nate Quarter, a young lamplighter, is threatened, he is forced to flee from the phraxmines of the Eastern Woods to the mighty city of Great Glade. He is propelled on an epic journey of self-discovery that encompasses tournaments, battles, revolutions. And a final encounter with the Immortals themselves. Can he and the friends he makes along the way discover the truth about the past - and ensure the future of the Edge? The Immortals concludes the Quint, Twig and Rook sagas. But is also a great way to begin reading The Edge Chronicles – the internationally best-selling fantasy series – and discover the Quint, Twig and Rook trilogies for the first time. Then new and old readers can join a whole new adventure with the Cade saga – the fourth and latest trilogy in The Edge Chronicles.


Hooligan Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Geoffrey Pearson
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1349170763
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Operation Arcana

Operation Arcana Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John Joseph Adams
Editor: Baen Publishing Enterprises
ISBN: 162579360X
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Operation Arcana by John Joseph Adams Summary

In the realms of fantasy, the battlefield is where heroism comes alive, magic is unleashed, and legends are made and unmade. From the War of the Ring, Tolkiens epic battle of good versus evil, to The Battle of the Blackwater, George R.R. Martins grim portrait of the horror and futility of war, these fantastical conflicts reflect our highest hopes and darkest fears, bringing us mesmerizing visions of silver spears shining in the sun and vast hordes of savage beasts who threaten to destroy all that we hold dear. Now acclaimed editor John Joseph Adams is sounding the battle cry and sixteen of todays top authors are reporting for duty, spinning never-before-published, spellbinding tales of military fantasy, including a Black Company story from Glen Cook, a Paksenarrion story from Elizabeth Moon, and a Shadow Ops story by Myke Cole. Within these pages youll also find World War I trenches cloaked in poison gas and sorcery, modern day elite special forces battling hosts of the damned, and steampunk soldiers fighting for their lives in a world torn apart by powers that defy imagination. Featuring both grizzled veterans and fresh young recruits alike, including Tanya Huff, Simon R. Green, Carrie Vaughn, Jonathan Maberry, and Seanan McGuire, Operation Arcana is a must for any military buff or fantasy fan. Youll never look at war the same way again. At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management). CONTRIBUTORS: Elizabeth Moon Tobias Buckell & David Klecha Myke Cole Jonathan Maberry Genevieve Valentine Django Wexler Yoon Ha Lee Weston Ochse Myke Cole Ari Marmell Tanya Huff Carrie Vaughn TC McCarthy Glen Cook Simon R. Green Seanan McGuire Linda Nagata At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management). About John Joseph Adams: _John Joseph Adams has become one of those editors who I know will put together something I will love to read and know that the book Im about to purchase isnt going to let me down.Ó ¾Wil Wheaton _Merits a place on fantasy fans bookshelves.Ó ¾Publishers Weekly, on Epic: Legends of Fantasy _A genuine triumph. . . . [A] ‰must buy for every sci-fan you know.Ó ¾Romantic Times, a _Top PickÓ for February 2013, on The Mad Scientists Guide to World Domination

Bloody British History: Manchester

Bloody British History: Manchester Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michala Hulme
Editor: The History Press
ISBN: 075097897X
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Bloody British History: Manchester by Michala Hulme Summary

Manchester has one of the darkest histories in Britain. From the Screaming Skull of Wardley Hall to an epidemic of deadly factory fires in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, you will find all manner of horrible events inside this book. With coffins washed from their graves and swept away into the city after the River Medlock burst its banks, and the streets of Salford, Gorton and Openshaw overrun by gangs in the latter quarter of the nineteenth century, as well as murders, riots, battles and plagues, the grimmest events in Manchester’s history are all here for you to explore. Read this gory and glorious book . . . if you dare!