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Hardcover:

9781405090377 | Pan Macmillan, July 3, 2009, cover price $29.95
9780553384185 | 1 edition (Spectra, April 14, 2009), cover price $25.00

Paperback:

9781509832071 | Pan Macmillan, June 30, 2016, cover price $23.30
9780553589337 | Spectra, June 22, 2010, cover price $7.99
9780330444781 | Pan Macmillan, May 7, 2010, cover price $15.20

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9780230763791 | Pan Macmillan, November 21, 2013, cover price $21.60

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These specially commissioned essays by labor historians of international repute provide a complete survey of the global trajectory of labor history. Authoritative and well-researched, these essays consider the early labor history traditions as well as the new conceptions of class, gender, ethnicity, culture, community, and power. The contributors analyze key debates, question dominant paradigms, acknowledge minority critiques, and consider future directions. This book will be of interest to historians of working-class political parties and organizations, to students of trade unions and industrial conflict, and to social scientists interested in social and political protest.
By Joan Allen (editor), Alan Campbell (editor) and John McIlroy (editor)

Hardcover:

9780850366860 | Merlin Pr, September 1, 2010, cover price $80.00 | About this edition: These specially commissioned essays by labor historians of international repute provide a complete survey of the global trajectory of labor history.

Paperback:

9780850366877 | Merlin Pr, September 1, 2010, cover price $35.00

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In this stunning follow-up to his epic fantasy debut, Alan Campbell propels readers into a captivating city battling for its own survival—and that of humankind—in a world of deities and demons, fallen angels and killers.After a destructive battle, the ancient swaying city of Deepgate has been overtaken. Most of the chains that suspend it have given way, toxic fumes are emanating from blazing structures, and the temple once inhabited by the ruling Presbyter now dangles upside down above the once-uncharted abyss. The victorious Spine have initiated martial law and are ruthlessly pursuing all who attempt to leave. Amid the turmoil, two captives are returned. Arriving by ship are the young angel Dill, now toughened by war, and traitor assassin Rachel Hael. Incarcerated in the slowly crumbling temple, the two await their fate, while from the abyss beneath them ghosts rise—for the death of the god Ulcis has left open the gates to Hell.But on orders from his divine brethren, Cospinol, the god of brine and fog, is traveling the world to Deepgate to seal this breach. His great skyship is being dragged through the air by the giant John Anchor, a monster of a man enslaved to pull the god’s vessel, moving slowly, inevitably, toward the city.As the city waits, teetering on the brink, myriad plans for vengeance are set in motion, from the continent of Pandemeria to Heaven itself. Among them is a ghostly archon sent to deliver a message to the gods on earth—using Dill as his vessel. Thrust from his body, Dill’s own soul returns to Hell. When Dill and Rachel are attacked by Spine assassins, Rachel has no choice but to try to escape with the creature that calls itself Dill…and to somehow find a way to restore her friend’s soul before it’s too late. For powerful forces are stirring, and in the coming battle between gods, it is the world of men that is at stake.

Hardcover:

9780553384178 | Spectra, April 29, 2008, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: In this stunning follow-up to his epic fantasy debut, Alan Campbell propels readers into a captivating city battling for its own survival—and that of humankind—in a world of deities and demons, fallen angels and killers.

Paperback:

9780553589320 | Spectra, January 1, 2009, cover price $7.99 | also contains Iron Angel

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By Alan Campbell (editor), Nina Fishman (editor) and John McIlroy (editor)

Paperback:

9780850366020, titled "The High Tide of British Trade Unionism: Trade Unions and Industrial Politics, 1964–79" | Merlin Pr, April 1, 2008, cover price $39.95

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By Alan Campbell (trans) and Andras Gero

Hardcover:

9780880335997 | East European Monographs, May 30, 2007, cover price $40.00

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For nine hundred generations, the city of Deepgate has hung suspended by giant chains over a seemingly bottomless abyss. In the darkness below is said to reside the dread god Ulcis, 'hoarder of souls', with his army of ghosts. At the hub of the city itself rises the Temple, in one of whose many crumbling spires resides a youthful angel, Dill.

Hardcover:

9781405090353 | Pan Macmillan, January 1, 2004, cover price $29.95 | About this edition: For nine hundred generations, the city of Deepgate has hung suspended by giant chains over a seemingly bottomless abyss.

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