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Product Description: On 1st October 2012, April Jones, aged 5, was abducted from outside her home in the small Welsh market town of Machynlleth. This led to the largest police search operation of its kind ever conducted in the UK, and a subsequent murder investigation and trial which was scrutinised by the international media...read more

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9781443887328 | Cambridge Scholars Pub, April 15, 2016, cover price $81.95 | About this edition: On 1st October 2012, April Jones, aged 5, was abducted from outside her home in the small Welsh market town of Machynlleth.

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9781443887335 | Reprint edition (Cambridge Scholars Pub, April 15, 2016), cover price $41.95 | About this edition: On 1st October 2012, April Jones, aged 5, was abducted from outside her home in the small Welsh market town of Machynlleth.

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Product Description: Keeping the stories relating to childhood sexual abuse and violence secret within families seems core to the traumatic effect this abuse has on the lives of, not just the person who has been abused, but also on their children; and even their children's children...read more

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9781443844154 | Cambridge Scholars Pub, March 1, 2013, cover price $67.95 | About this edition: Keeping the stories relating to childhood sexual abuse and violence secret within families seems core to the traumatic effect this abuse has on the lives of, not just the person who has been abused, but also on their children; and even their children's children.

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Product Description: The majority of research and writing about visual impairment is influenced by medical models of understanding, and is usually undertaken by sighted experts about those who are visually impaired. Songs at Twilight takes a different stance and uses a collaborative narrative methodology to enable the author, who is visually impaired, and thirty contributors, who are also visually impaired, to explore their experiences of living with a visual impairment and the effect this has had on their claims to identity...read more

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9781443829175 | Cambridge Scholars Pub, June 1, 2011, cover price $67.95 | About this edition: The majority of research and writing about visual impairment is influenced by medical models of understanding, and is usually undertaken by sighted experts about those who are visually impaired.

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Product Description: 'Where Angels Fear to Tread' highlights some of the ethical and emotional challenges which arise for counsellors when their clients' thoughts and behaviours become suicidal. It gives insight into how people can, and do, use suicide as a way of coping with overwhelming emotional pain, and the tension this creates in the balance between the ethical guidelines the counselling profession has adopted to protect clients against malpractice (and protect counsellors against litigation) and the needs and viewpoint of the client...read more

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9781443820707 | Cambridge Scholars Pub, June 1, 2010, cover price $58.95 | About this edition: 'Where Angels Fear to Tread' highlights some of the ethical and emotional challenges which arise for counsellors when their clients' thoughts and behaviours become suicidal.

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