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Canterville Ghost

Hardback, 24/11/2006, £8.10
A thrillingly spooky tale based upon the story by Oscar Wilde for children growing in reading confidence and ability. The Canterville Ghost has been scaring away new residents in his castle for 500 years, but when the Otis family move in it becomes clear they are just as determined to make him leave. But who will succeed?

Investigative Psychology: Offender Profiling and the Analysis of Criminal Action

Paperback, 25/09/2009, £39.99
Investigative Psychology is the first academic text for this new strand of psychological science. Drawing upon twenty years of research studies, professional reports, and unpublished material, the book has been structured according to the operational challenges presented by research.

Forensic Psychology For Dummies

Paperback, 13/04/2012, £15.99
Thinking of a career that indulges your CSI fantasies? Want to understand the psychology of crime? Whether studying it for the first time or an interested spectator, Forensic Psychology For Dummies gives you all the essentials for understanding this exciting field, plus fascinating case examples from around the world.

Canterbury tales (David Wright's modern prose rendering)

Paperback, 05/08/1996, £12.99
This reading of "The Canterbury Tales" is in contempoarary English prose to appeal to the student and general reader alike. It tells the story of a pilgrimage to Canterbury in which men and women drawn from all classes of society lighten their journey by telling tales.

Forensic Psychology: A Very Short Introduction

Paperback, 17/06/2010, £8.99
Lie detection, offender profiling, insanity in the law, the minds of serial killers, and many other topics that fill news and fiction are all aspects of the rapidly developing area of Forensic Psychology. David Canter shows how these often controversial topics bridge the gaps between academics and practitioners, behavioural sciences, and the law.

Canterbury Before the Normans

Paperback, 04/01/2016, £8.99
In a lively and accessible way, this book tells the story of the diverse and colourful people who occupied Canterbury before the Normans.