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Cry of the Damaged Man

release date: Apr 01, 2012
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Cry of the Damaged Man
"Remarkable, and very moving." – Oliver Sacks While driving to work in 1984, Dr Tony Moore was hit by a 30-tonne truck, crushing him and his car and changing his life forever. A well-known surgeon and rehabilitation specialist, he now tells his story of recovery from a patient's point of view, but with a doctor's knowledge and experience. Temporarily disabled and emotionally devastated, Tony Moore records how, from the depths of despair and isolation, he emerged as a more perceptive doctor and changed individual.

The Exterminators

release date: Jan 01, 2007
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The Exterminators
When Henry and his partner Stretch get an emergency call to dispose of a black widow that's been terrorizing a local S & M club, what they encounter will change their newfound mission.

Fear Agent Volume 3: The Last Goodbye

release date: Mar 18, 2008
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Fear Agent Volume 3: The Last Goodbye
The origin of the last Fear Agent revealed! Fanfavorite creators Rick Remender and Tony Moore reunite to tell the most pulsepounding yarn yet. Tired and broken down, trucker Heath Huston returns home after months on the road to find his troubles have only just begun as Earth is attacked by the three feuding alien races. Within hours nearly every living creature on Earth is obliterated, leaving Heath and his wife Charlotte trapped in the middle of a nightmare with no way out.

Policing Notting Hill

release date: Jul 24, 2013
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Policing Notting Hill
Notting Hill is one of the most sought after locations in London. But its progress from ‘ghetto’ to gentrification spans half-a-century within which it was one of the most turbulent places in Britain—plagued by decline, disadvantage, unsolved killings, riots, illegal drugs, underground bars (or ‘shebeens’), prostitution, ‘no-go areas’ and racial tension. It was also populated by characters such as self-styled community organizer Frank Crichlow, slum landlord Peter Rachman, Christine Keeler, the Angry Brigade, ‘hustlers’ such as ‘Lucky’ Gordon and Johnny Edgecombe, the activist Michael X (later executed in Trinidad) and the occasional radical lawyer. It was the location of the racist murder of Kelso Cochrane, the litigation-minded Mangrove Restaurant, the brief surge of Black Power in the UK and most notably the iconic Notting Hill Carnival with its heady mix of festivity, excitement, street crimes, potential for disorder and confrontations with the police. So what was it like operating in this ‘Symbolic Location’? In this book, Tony Moore, one of those in charge of policing Notting Hill, shows how the area continually adapted to challenges that first began after the Empire Windrush arrived in England carrying immigrants who were initially met by signs saying ‘No Coloured’, but for whom Notting Hill became an area of choice. It is a wide-ranging account of the factors in play at a time of unprecedented social change, told from the perspective of an ‘insider’, based on prodigious research including in relation to hitherto unpublished materials and personal communications. ‘Tony Moore is well-fitted to write a history of Notting Hill and its relationship with the Metropolitan Police’: Lord Blair of Boughton. ‘All Saints Road in Notting Hill is one of those areas of London, where crime is at its worst, where drug-dealing is intolerably overt and where the racial ingredient is at its most potent’: Sir Kenneth Newman, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police. ‘From the late sixties until recently, All Saints Road was to drugs what Hatton Garden is to diamonds’: Robert Hardman, The Spectator.

Culture in 4D

release date: Feb 19, 2018
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Culture in 4D
"Culture in 4D" removes the mystery behind the design & development of a strong team culture. Combining research & real-life experience, Moore provides leaders with the blueprint for embedding values & setting expectations. Tony transforms abstract concepts into tangible, actionable steps, empowering readers to take control of the work experience.

Private Parts

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Development of a Behavioural Structure to Predict Work Arrival Times with Flextime

release date: Jan 01, 1982
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Fear Agent Volume 5

release date: Jan 01, 2009
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Fear Agent Volume 5
After being shot through the other side of a black hole, Heath Huston finds himself in a shadow universe, marooned on the desolate Planet Westx. A stranger in a strange place, the last Fear Agent enters a world populated by gunslinging robots, venomous mutants, and buxom cowgirls in this sixpart scifi Western shot through the heart. Creators Rick Remender and Tony Moore reunite to bring you the good, the bad, and the ugly days of Heath Huston, outlaw . . . it's high noon in dead space. * Collects issues #22 #27. "If you're looking for rough, scifi battles, you really aren't going to do better than this." ign.com

Dancing with Empty Pockets

release date: Jul 01, 2012
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Dancing with Empty Pockets
In the nineteenth century, the word bohemians initially conjured the primitive, exotic and mysterious power of gypsies, but in a few short years would be used to describe any nomadic or vagabond character - with strong overtones of poverty and even criminality. In Australia, bohemians have been associated with subcultures, and movements across most creative arts and media for more than 150 years. Our cities spawned networks of poets, painters, novelists, journalists, philosophers, actors, filmmakers, comedians and hackers as famous for their controversial, eccentric lifestyles as for the work they produced. Dancing with Empty Pockets is an exploration, and a celebration, of Australia's most creative figures - our bohemians, from Marcus Clarke through to the twenty-first century - and it is a must-read for everyone interested in our counter culture. 'Dr Moore takes us down our history's back streets after midnight in search of our bohemian past; his prose as witty, ironic and entertaining as many of the characters he finds lurking there.'-Graeme Blundell 'Drunken debauchery, anarchist bookstores, sirens in skin-tight clothing and rituals with human skulls. And that's all before the twentieth century. Fascinating.'-Richard Lowenstein

Genesis

release date: Jan 01, 2006
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Genesis
If you missed out on Battle Pope the first time around, now is your chance to find out what everyone was talking about! It's the end of the world and few are worthy of passage to heaven, not even the Pope. God leaves behind Saint Michael, the leader of his army, to act as a guardian for the humans. He fails, and is held captive by Luicfer. God then enlists the aide of the Pope to rescue Michael, and leaves his son Jesus H. Christ to assist him in his quest. Now presented in full-color!
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