Description : From the author of the internationally acclaimed Putin's Russia and A Russian Diary. Until her murder in October 2006, Anna Politkovskaya wrote for the Russian newspaper Novaya gazeta, winning international fame for her reporting on the Chechen wars and, more generally, on Russian politics and state corruption. Nothing But the Truth is a definitive collection of Anna Politkovskaya's best writings: a lasting and inspiring book from one fo the greatest reporters of our age.
Description : Nothing but the Truth is the story of two brothers, of sibling rivalry, of exile, of memory and reconciliation, and the ambiguities of freedom. The play was John Kani’s debut as sole playwright and was first performed in the Market Theatre in Johannesburg. It won the 2003 Fleur du Cap Award for best actor and best new South African play. In the same year Kani was also awarded a special Obie award for his extraordinary contribution to theatre in the USA.
Description : The handbook offers rich data on all aspects of the ICT industry and usage in Nigeria. It estimates for example that the number of phone lines in Nigeria has increased from 8 to over 14 million; the number of registered ISPs from 160 to 373, the number of computers from 1.9 million to 5 million, and the number of internet users from 750,000 to over 2.4 million. A particular area of focus of the new edition is ICT usage in the media.
Description : Modern, original fiction for learners of English. It is the start of a new school year for teenager Hu at an international school in the exciting city of Bangkok. She has a problem with one of the teachers and does not know what to do. Through an adventure in a national park, acting in a musical and the help of friends, Hu finds the courage to tell the truth.
Description : In his autobiography, the author explains how his immigrant Jewish background and childhood experience of anti-Semitism in Cape Town predisposed him to strongly identify with the victims of racial hatred and steered him towards radical left-wing politics.
Description : Hu is a teenage student at an international school in the exciting city of Bangkok. She has a problem with one of the teachers and does not know what to do. An adventure in a national park, acting in a musical, and the help of friends make Hu realise that she must tell nothing but the truth.
Description : Presents an anthology of chilling but true stories, each set in Brooklyn, featuring contributions by writers as Robert Leuci, Errol Louis, Kim Skyes, Rosemarie Yu, and Reed Farrel Coleman.
Description : On a wager Bob Bennett undertakes to tell the truth and nothing but the truth for three weeks. He is invited to a houseparty during that period, and because the girl he loves will be there he hasn't the strength to refuse. Many of the resulting complications are amusing.
Description : When our Catholic faith is challenged, we all struggle with finding the answers to these questions. In Nothing But the Truth, Karl Keating leavens history, theology, and apologetics with his characteristic wit and candor, as he shares accounts of our faith on trial and how he and others respond to each challenge. Readers are treated to a roller coaster ride that carries them from John Henry Cardinal Newman to Ayn Rand, and from Japan to Keating's backyard in San Diego.