home > paid book/ebook

Blind Alley

AVAILABILITY
MerchantFormatPrice
eBooks.comDigital (PDF)$7.99
BookBytePaperback$7.00
PREVIEW
Related Documents
Blind Children in Family and Community

Blind Children in Family and Community

$67.50

Blind Children in Family and Community

God Ain't Blind

God Ain't Blind

$18.00 - $20.40

God Ain't Blind

The Blind Tour Guide

The Blind Tour Guide

$6.97 - $19.37

The Blind Tour Guide

Blind Love

Blind Love

$5.99

'Blind love' of Iris Henley for notorious Lord Harry Norland has inexorable consequences leading to fiendish crime.

Silicon Alley

Silicon Alley

$52.95 - $53.56

The 1990s dawned with a belief that the digital revolution would radically transform our traditional notion of cities as places of commerce and industry. Many predicted that digital technology would ...

A Blind Eye

A Blind Eye

$0.01 - $6.99

Beneath the rotting floorboards of an abandoned shed are human bones -- lots of them -- the last things a runaway rogue true-crime writer and his photojournalist ex-lover expected to find when they ...

Blind Speech Separation

Blind Speech Separation

$132.05 - $209.00

This is the first book to provide a cutting edge reference to the fascinating topic of blind source separation (BSS) for convolved speech mixtures. Through contributions by the foremost experts on ...

Blind Switch

Blind Switch

$9.99

One-time amateur boxer Jack Doyle, an irreverent and rebellious advertising account representative, goes to work one fine Chicago day and finds his desk - and his job - both gone. A two-time loser at ...

Color-Blind Justice

Color-Blind Justice

$12.95 - $31.20

Civil War officer, Reconstruction "carpetbagger," best-selling novelist, and relentless champion of equal rights, Albion Tourgee battled his entire life for racial justice. Now, in this ...

Leadership Blind Spots and What To Do About Them

Leadership Blind Spots and What To Do About Them

$60.00 - $67.60

Knowledge is built from personal experience and coloured by our needs and values. It follows that all knowledge is personal and incomplete. We all suffer from ‘blind spots’. But when ...

loading