David Doyle, Kingston University honorary doctorate
The current challenging economic climate has triggered the re-emergence of cost control on the corporate agenda. This edition, authored by Kingston University doctorat honoris causa graduate in Business Administration, maintains that all too often, costs are cut in a way that is actually detrimental to the company in the short and long-term.
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015
Richard Eaton, Law LLB, 1975
Second edition 2016
eBook available from digital stores
Information for prospective entrepreneurs, including practical suggestions and more than 70 links to online information that will help you to start-up and manage your own business.
M.B. PATEL, 1st edition 15 June 2015
Menesh Patel, Pharmaceutical Science MSc, 2000
Brain is an extraordinary kitten. Born in the slums of an Indian village, he is forced to discover just how special he is when he and his family are kidnapped and taken to a circus. There he meets and befriends an assortment of amazing animals. However, his relationship with his family is soon tested, and Brain begins a quest to set things right. Will he be able to save his family and friends?
Ardi Kolah, Law LLB, 1983
Also a special 20% discount for all Kingston University students by adding the code FLR40 when purchasing the book at checkout on the Routledge website.
Salt Publishing, 2015
Stefan Mohamed, Creative and Film Studies BA(Hons), 2010
This award-winning book features the adventures of a 16-year-old superhero with powers of powers of flight and telekinesis – plus his remarkable sidekick Daryl the talking beagle.
Heidi James-Dunbar, English Literature and Creative Writing PhD, 2011
Cora has everything a woman is supposed to want – a career, a caring husband, children, and a stylish home. Desperate for release and burdened with guilt she falls into a pattern of ever increasing violence and sexual degradation till a one night stand tips her over the edge.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Dr Bridget Duckenfied, Arts and Social Science Research History PhD, 2009
This traces the origins of Oxford and Cambridge University colleges as places of learning, founded from the 13th century for unmarried men who were required to take vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience, the majority of whom trained for the priesthood.
Mark Kirkbride, Modern Arts & English, 1989
Rebellious twins James and Louise meet a man while out for a night of fun who invites them to join a dangerous and exciting club. Entrance to Nick's club requires they commit a crime tailored just for them. The twins find themselves trapped in a shadowy world they only half-believe is real and contemplating horrible acts that no sane person would consider.
Barrie Hyde, Economics BA, 1977
A young Oxford graduate with a gift for languages joins MI5 and is seconded to 'a higher authority', an organisation funded through government sources from around the world which nobody wants to admit to. Code-named Jonathan, he is trained at an old British Army camp in Kenya where he meets and falls in love with Zan, a fellow operative.
Troubador Publishing Ltd
Chris Martlew, MBA, 1994
Described as an essential guide for business leaders, this is a rich source of ideas for anybody in the business of leadership: department, division or enterprise executives, sales people, team leaders, project managers.
Patrick Shanahan, Management Studies PgDip, 1997
Matthew Malarkey is a man on a mission. To find a soul mate. Following the breakup of his marriage he has searched in vain for a new relationship. Encouraged by his good friend Cecil Delaney, he has lived a hectic social life, trawling bars and clubs, but with no success in finding that meaningful connection.
Patrick Shanahan, Management Studies PgDip, 1997
Matthew Malarkey has hit the big four-O. To celebrate, he plans nothing more than a quiet dinner for two with the lady in his life. But his friend Cecil Delaney has other ideas. In Cecil's eyes big birthdays mean big parties and there's no better place to party than Las Vegas, Nevada.
Clive Smith, Electronic Systems Engineering BSc, 1986
This is the true story of Fred Smooker of Bomber Command, the only surviving member of a Lancaster Bomber shot down in Cambrai, France during the night of 8th July 1943 until liberated from a POW camp in May 1945. Clive's second cousin was among the crew – all reported missing presumed dead – and this book is a memorial to him.
Hannah Vincent, Creative and Critical Writing MA, 2012
When 11-year-old Indigo and her older brother Robin arrive in South Africa to stay with their father, they find a luxury lifestyle that is a world away from their modest existence back in England. But Indigo is uneasy in the foreign landscape and confused by the family's silence surrounding her mother's recent death.
Gerald Wasley, Arts & Social Sciences Research PhD, 2013
In November 1943 the authorities announced that an area of more than 30,000 acres in South Devon was to be evacuated to allow realistic battle training, displacing more than 3,000 residents just five days before Christmas. In Prelude to D-Day the author portrays life in Devon before the war and what took place up to the arrival of the US Forces that led to the evacuation of the South Hams.