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Randy Crawford Raw Silk 1979 German vinyl LP WB56592
Randy Crawford Raw Silk 1979 German vinyl LP WB56592 - £10.00

RANDY CRAWFORD Raw Silk (1979 German issue 11-track vinyl LP glossy picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little light shelfwear and the vinyl shows just a few light signs of play K56592) Side One:1. I Stand Accused 4:522. Declaration Of Love 4:323. Someone To Believe In 3:524. Endlessly 4:445. Love Is Like A Newborn Child 4:07Side Two:6. Where There Was Darkness 3:597. Nobody 3:428. I Hope Youll Be Very Unhappy Withou

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Isaac Hayes The Best Of Isaac Hayes 1974 USA vinyl LP ENS-7510
Isaac Hayes The Best Of Isaac Hayes 1974 USA vinyl LP ENS-7510 - £10.00

ISAAC HAYES The Best Of Isaac Hayes (1974 US 8-track vinyl compilation includes Walk On By I Stand Accused and of course Theme From Shaft pasted picture sleeve. The sleeve shows light ringwear and the vinyl has a few paper scuffs only - can you dig it? ENS-7510) Walk On By Ellies Love Theme I Stand Accused Do Your Thing Theme From Shaft Never Can Say Goodbye Joy Part 1 By The Time I Get To Phoenix

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Under TheTree Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition
Under TheTree Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition - £10.49

Eureka Entertainment to release UNDER THE TREE [Undir trénu], a dark, Icelandic suburban satire, as part of the MONTAGE PICTURES range in a Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition on 14 January 2019. This dark suburban satire tells the story of a man who is accused of adultery by his ex-fiancée and forced to move in with his parents. While he fights for custody of his four-year-old daughter, he is gradually sucked into a bitter dispute between his parents and their neighbours regarding an old and beautiful tree that casts a shadow on the neighbours’ deck. As the dispute intensifies – property is damaged, pets mysteriously go missing, security cameras are being installed and there is a rumour that the neighbour was seen with a chainsaw. Directed by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson, whose previous credits include Either Way (remade by David Gordon Green in 2013 as Prince Avalanche), and starring Sigurdur Sigurjónsson (Rams), Montage Pictures is proud to present Under The Tree in its UK debut on Blu-ray and DVD. DUAL FORMAT FEATURES: 1080p presentation on Blu-ray, with a progressive encode on the DVD 5.1 audio (DTS-HD MA on the Blu-ray) Optional English subtitles Making “Under The Tree” [23 mins] – a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film Trailer

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The Accused
The Accused - £10.79

Paperback / softback by Constance Briscoe

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Braquo - Series 1
Braquo - Series 1 - £10.99

A dark realistic cop series from world-famous filmmaker and former police office Olivier Marchal. Braquo (slang for Heist) follows a squad of Paris cops who exist in the blurred boundaries at the very edge of the law, often using violence and intimidation to get the job done. The lives of these officers change radically when their squad leader, falsely accused of corruption, commits suicide. Determined to clear his name they start an investigation of their own, only to find that the police department itself stands in their way. Driven by adrenaline and a thirst for justice, they must turn their backs on the laws they’re sworn to enforce if they are to uncover the truth. Facing constant danger from all sides - and with the two most likely outcomes being imprisonment or death – the stakes couldn’t be higher, but that merely serves to crank up the tension in this acclaimed series.

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River Monsters - Series 2
River Monsters - Series 2 - £10.99

River Monsters Series 2 sees the return of host, biologist and extreme angler Jeremy Wade catching more extraordinary and supersized fish and investigating further freshwater mysteries and debunking weirder underwater myths. Jeremy will travel the globe and risk life and limb on his journey to uncover the truth about the dark secrets of our planet's rivers. This 7-part series features mysterious predators with the potential to kill include the Giant Snakehead, Goliath Tigerfish, Stingray, Congo Catfish, Nile Perch, Sturgeon and the Zambezi Shark. Episode 1 - Demon Fish Jeremy Wade journeys to the infamous Congo River in Central Africa in search of the Goliath Tiger Fish--quite possibly the world's most ferocious river fish. This supernatural monster predator pushes Jeremy to his physical and mental limit. It requires all of his skills and the help of a local witch doctor to catch one. Episode 2 - Death Ray Jeremy Wade heads to The Mekong River in Thailand in search of one of the world's largest and most terrifying river fish--the Giant Freshwater Stingray. Armed with a venomous ten-inch barb on the end of its whip like tail, this mysterious 700-pound River Monster is in a class of its own--and does not give up its secrets to Wade without a fight. Episode 3 - Killer Snakehead Angler Jeremy Wade sets his sights on an aggressive Far Eastern predator that's now invading America's backyards. Accused of homicide, and said to breathe air and crawl on land, the Snakehead is a monster that sounds more like a gangster than a fish. Does its bite match the hype? Episode 4 - Congo Killer Jeremy Wade travels to one of the few rivers left on earth that will still test a fisherman. The Congo, a river steeped in legends, and soaked in violence. One spirit in particular is said to lure fishermen from their boats to their death. Jeremy discovers that the truth is every bit as frightening as the myth. Episode 5 - Alaskan Horror Deep in the Alaskan wilderness, people on two bottomless lakes have been vanishing without trace for thousands of years. Extreme angler, Jeremy Wade, searches for the lethal lake monster of native legend that's dragging them into the icy depths. Episode 6 - Rift Valley Killer Jeremy Wade is on a quest to Africa's Rift Valley, the cradle of mankind, to explore the roots of fishing and the monsters these first fishermen faced. It's a dangerous place, but at its heart is a worthy prize, Africa's largest fresh water fish - the Nile Perch. Episode 7 - Hidden Predator Bull sharks are the most aggressive and unpredictable of all the sharks and thought to be responsible for more attacks on people than any other. Last year the biggest bull shark ever recorded was caught in a river in South Africa. Jeremy Wade travels to this river to see if last year's catch was a one off or if there are more monsters out there, and discover if the presence of this known man-eater is a human tragedy just waiting to happen.

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Anatomy of a Scandal : The Sunday Times bestseller everyone is talking about
Anatomy of a Scandal : The Sunday Times bestseller everyone is talking about - £10.99

'People are calling this the new Apple Tree Yard but I'd beg to differ - fast pacy and with enough twists and turns to keep you gripped right to the end I'd argue its infinitely better' The Pool Well-written pacy and full of twists and turns' Independent 'Gripping A savage indictment of class privilege and toxic masculinity in Britain Almost impossible to put down' Louise O'Neill 'Deftly plotted with an eerie relevance to the current debate surrounding the attitudes to and experiences of women in Westminster Hollywood and beyond' Laura Barnett The best courtroom drama since Apple Tree Yard sensational' Clare Mackintosh A high-profile marriage thrust into the spotlight A wife determined to keep her family safe must face a prosecutor who believes justice has been a long time coming A scandal that will rock Westminster And the women caught at the heart of it Anatomy of a Scandal centres on a high-profile marriage that begins to unravel when the husband is accused of a terrible crime Sophie is sure her husband James is innocent and desperately hopes to protect her precious family from the lies which might ruin them Kate is the barrister who will prosecute the case - she is equally certain that James is guilty and determined he will pay for his crimes 'A compulsive read with completely layered characters Superb' John Boyne 'I love it when a book lives up the hype - and this one does It is quite shockingly good' Sun 'This page-turning novel reveals the precarious nature of existence as the seemingly perfect lives of Sophie and her husband James unravel The author anatomises in gripping fashion the inner workings of the corridors of power as well as the hidden recesses of the mind and heart' Anita Sethi The Observer 'This clever plot raises many issues of the moment" - Marcel Berlins The Times 'Once the trial of MP James Whitehouse starts you could not have prised the book from hands for love or money' Jake Kerridge Sunday Express 'A plot that is so deftly constructed you'll feel as if you're on a roller coaster wearing a blindfold It's an absolute masterpiece - prepare to be very impressed' heat 'A lot of reviews claim that a novel has them hooked from the start' - but with this story it's painfully true The thorny issue of consent is tackled sensitively while exploring the consequences of the case on both women and the past demons it exposes' Grazia 'One of the best books you'll read this year' Closer Sarah Vaughan drip feeds revelations while exploring the power and privilege of political elite' Good Housekeeping Think last year's drama Liar with a dash of Apple Tree Yard' Sunday Mirror Notebook A timely thriller about marriage but also about power who wields it and how that affects who we believe' Stylist Expertly plotted courtroom drama Gripping and beautifully written' Sunday Post 'Told from multiple viewpoints with meticulously researched courtroom detail characters so well defined they walk off the page and a cracking twist this compelling courtroom drama lives up to the pre-publication buzz' - woman & home An eerily timely and much-hyped page-turner about Sophie - wife of James a Westminster figure accused of a terrible crime - and Kate the barrister prosecuting him Deep dark and full of drama' - RED

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The Justice Game
The Justice Game - £10.99

Gripping drama series directed by BAFTA winner Norman Stone. As a partner in a successful law firm, Dominic Rossi handles the high-profile criminal work in flamboyant style. But when he finds a link in a series of seemingly unconnected crimes, there's more than just his lifestyle on the line. Having made a major success of his career in America, criminal lawyer Dominic Rossi returns home to his Glasgow roots, investigating both an elderly man killed at a bus stop and defending a man accused of murder sees Rossi discovering the shady hand of big business involved, digging further he realises that Tim Forsythe is behind things, Forsythe will stop at nothing to make sure Rossi doesn’t reveal too much.

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You Don't Know Me : A BBC Radio 2 Book Club Choice
You Don't Know Me : A BBC Radio 2 Book Club Choice - £10.99

As chosen by The BBC RADIO 2 BOOK CLUB and one of The TELEGRAPH'S CRIME BOOKS OF THE YEAR'Remarkable' Simon Mayo BBC Radio 2 It's easy to judge between right and wrong - isn't it?Not until you hear a convincing truthNow it's up to you to decideAn unnamed defendant stands accused of murder Just before the Closing Speeches the young man sacks his lawyer and decides to give his own defence speechHe tells us that his barrister told him to leave some things out Sometimes the truth can be too difficult to explain or believe But he thinks that if he's going to go down for life he might as well go down telling the truthThere are eight pieces of evidence against him As he talks us through them one by one his life is in our hands We the reader - member of the jury - must keep an open mind till we hear the end of his story His defence raises many questions but at the end of the speeches only one mattersDid he do it?PRAISE FOR YOU DON'T KNOW ME'An original take on a courtroom drama that puts the reader in the position of the jury Superb character-driven fiction Masterful' Guardian'Startlingly original stunning superbly executed' DAILY MAIL'A rollercoaster ride' GUARDIAN'An exciting first novel highly original cleverly plotted and convincingly written' LITERARY REVIEW'You Don't Know Me is a brave debut by a barrister an impressively original courtroom drama' THE TIMES'You'll never guess the ending' THE SUN'A daring concept executed to perfection a hypnotic and authentic voice and questions for us to answer as people and readers' LEE CHILD'An eye-opening slick and compulsive thriller with an important message and unique writing' ADAM DEACON actor writer rapper director - star of Kidulthood and Adulthood'A startlingly original courtroom drama perfectly executed gripping the reader from the first sentence with the defendant's unique voice and not letting go until a surprising twist at the end Mahmood is most definitely one to watch ' DAILY EXPRESS'You've never read anything quite like this' BARRY FORSHAW FINANCIAL TIMES

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