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Whose Body? (A Lord Peter Whimsey Mystery) by Dorothy L. Sayers
This is a terrible quality print on demand, the interior text has no indentation and instead all new paragraphs have a line above and below, the cover back and front is also terribly pixelated
Deadly Sins (Flash Fiction Fest Book 2) by Sean Craven
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A diverse collection of shorts covering all 7 deadly sins. Some stories take an approach of exploring a single sin, some take a look at multiple sins and ideas.

Witty in places, dark in others, overall highly recommended.
Masters of Nothing: How The Crash Will Happen Agai&hellip by Matthew Hancock
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
The media coverage of this book makes out that it's either a book about RBS and Fred Goodwin or about gender in banks, but it's actually much more.

Writing in an entertaining and accessible manner, Hancock and Zahawi examine the economic crash in a different way to other books and bring it alive with stories about the people who were involved. At the heart of their analysis and their solutions is behavioural economics, terms like loss aversion, bystander effect and prospect theory are all explained and used to explain the irrational behaviour that led us to the brink.

Whilst their conclusions on gender have been well trailed by the media there's a lot more in there on… Read more

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