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A Secret London by Kristine Valenzuela

Title A Secret London
Author Kristine Valenzuela
Publisher DoctorZed Publishing
Release 2014-12-01
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 40
ISBN 0992555388
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the creators of Monster Circus and A Secret Sydney. Experience London’s famous landmarks and events through the eyes of fairies. Dance with the performers of Covent Garden. Fly around Piccadilly Circus. Join the Changing of the Guard. Walk on the Tower Bridge. Take a ride on the London Underground. Play tennis on Wimbledon’s Centre Court. Every page uncovers a secret as each illustration and poetry beautifully paints the hidden world of fairies that lies within everyday London. See the UK’s largest city in a whole new perspective. Welcome to A Secret London.

Secret London by Rachel Howard

Title Secret London
Author Rachel Howard
Publisher Editions Jonglez
Release 2017
Category Travel
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9782361951108
Language English, Spanish, and French
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London still holds hidden treasures for those who know how to wander off the beaten track. This book ia a guide for those who thought they knew London well, or who would like to discover the hidden face of the city.

Secret London by Andrew Duncan

Title Secret London
Author Andrew Duncan
Publisher IMM Lifestyle Books
Release 2015-06-01
Category
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781504800112
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Aimed at visitors and Londoners alike, this fully updated edition of "Secret London" unlocks the capital's most fascinating secrets - both above and below ground. Celebrated historian Andrew Duncan strips away bricks, mortar, and tarmac to uncover parts of London that even born and bred Londoners may never have seen. Below ground, he guides readers through an extraordinary honeycomb of structures - from the government's vast system of offices and tunnels under Whitehall and through abandoned Underground stations to Clerkenwell's amazing network of subterranean prison cells. Above ground, he leads the way through narrow alleyways and cobbled mews, revealing unexpected treasures and describing rarely seen interiors and special collections. Opening times and addresses, detailed route maps, and evocative photographs complement a fascinating text that is sure to delight all urban explorers.

The Secret Lore of London by Nigel Pennick

Title The Secret Lore of London
Author Nigel Pennick
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2016-03-24
Category History
Total Pages 368
ISBN 1473620287
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With a foreword by Iain Sinclair. London is an ancient city, whose foundation dates back literally thousands of years into the legendary prehistory of these islands. Not surprisingly it has accumulated a large number of stories, both historic and mythical, during this period, many of which, though faithfully recorded at the time, have lain almost forgotten in dusty libraries throughout the city. The Secret Lore of London is a guide to the legends, including a discussion of their importance as part of the oral tradition of Britain, combining Prehistoric, Celtic, Arthurian, Roman, Saxon and Norman levels - each of which has contributed to the many-layered life of the city. The first part contains a unique selection of essays (some printed here for the first time) by experts in their fields, each of whom possesses a unique interest in the legends of these islands, and who have written widely on associated themes. The second part of the book will consist of a Gazetteer of the sites mentioned which are still in existence, together with various other sites of associated interest, compiled by the Editor, the contributors, and members of the London Earth Mysteries Group. This part will be fully updated and extended to include many more sites. The result is a wide ranging and wholly fascinating book, with wide sales application possible. A series of appendixes will include William Stukley's extraordinary document The Brill, which relates to the ancient prehistoric sites around the area of present day St. Pancras, and excerpts from some of the best known 19th and early 20th century works on Legendary London by Lewis Spence and Harold Bayley Contributors to the book are: Nigel Pennick John Matthews Caroline Wise Caitlín Matthews Carol Clancy R.J. Stewart Bernard Nesfield-Cookson Gareth Knight Robert Stephenson Geraldine Beskin Chesca Potter William Stukeley Lewis Spence Harold Bayley Alan V. Insole Ross Nichols

The messianic Secret in Mark by Heikki Raisanen

Title The messianic Secret in Mark
Author Heikki Raisanen
Publisher Burns & Oates
Release 1990
Category Bible
Total Pages 289
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is a new and original study of Mark which challenges several important currently held views. The opening chapter examines the whole question of the methodology in the study of Mark's gospel, especially recent literary approaches. Raisanen incisively criticises those who seek to understand Mark's story world without reference to Mark's 'real life' concerns. Raisanen goes on to consider the collection of motifs in Mark generally known as the 'messianic secret'. He argues that there is no common explanation covering them all, but that they should all be interpreted seperately; and that the messianic secret proper may involve only a few motifs and is not necessarily the key to the whole of Mark's theology. Finally Raisanen considers why Mark developed the secrecy motif. This book will be of special interest to New Testament scholars, scientists of religion, theology students and clergy.

The Secrets of the Service by Anthony Glees

Title The Secrets of the Service
Author Anthony Glees
Publisher Jonathan Cape
Release 1987
Category Espionage
Total Pages 447
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Secret Sentry by Matthew M. Aid

Title The Secret Sentry
Author Matthew M. Aid
Publisher Bloomsbury Press
Release 2009-06-09
Category History
Total Pages 423
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Presents a history of the agency, from its inception in 1945, to its role in the Cold War, to its controversial advisory position at the time of the Bush administration's search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, shortly before the invasion of 2003.

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