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  • by David Hughes
    £12.99

    Successful Key Account Management is the culmination of David Hughes' nearly forty years of experience in a B2B (business to business) sales environment. This book will benefit new account managers still developing their skills as well as more experienced colleagues looking to ensure that their abilities are well rounded and up-to-date.

  • by David Hughes & Stuart Lowe
    £29.49

  • by David Hughes
    £8.99

    This is a skilful collection by a poet well acquaintedwith relative place: wherever a poem lives, it alwaysremembers its place in the world. Indeed, juxtapositionsand connections - with place, culture, and amonghumans - are where the poet flexes his muscle - 'worksout' his ideas.

  • - A Qualitative Introduction to School-based Research
    by David Hughes & Graham Hitchcock
    £55.49 - 115.99

    This introductory text on how to produce useful school-based research has been updated. New sections include a discussion of the impact of feminism on educational research; further coverage of action research and case study research; and advice on writing up research.

  • by David Hughes
    £14.49

    With just thirteen feature films in half a century, Stanley Kubrick established himself as one of the most accomplished directors in motion picture history. Kubrick created a landmark and a benchmark with every film; working in almost every genre imaginable, including film noir, war movie, SF, horror, period drama, historical epic, love story and satire - yet transcended traditional genre boundaries with every shot. Examining every feature film, from the early shorts through to classics such as Paths of Glory, Dr Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket and finally, Eyes Wide Shut, The Complete Kubrick provides a unique insight into understanding the work of cinema's most enigmatic, iconoclastic and gifted auteur.

  • by David Hughes
    £13.99

    The superheroes are back! Since the 1970s, the film world has found inspiration in comic books and graphic novels. These days no summer is complete without a major blockbuster movie based on a comic: Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, X-Men, Men in Black, Daredevil, and The Hulk. Modern special effects have made large-scale superhero epics possible, but the diversity of the comics being published has made for a wide variety of subjects, as evidenced by Ghost World, From Hell, Akira and Road to Perdition. This book looks in detail at twenty key titles, covering every step of the development from comic book panel to feature film frame. Includes interviews with key creative artists about the evolution of the films from the original comics, and speculates about future films.

  • by David Hughes
    £14.49

    After working with David on his previous work for the series, The Complete Kubrick, we knew we were on to a winner for this book. Not only is David Lynch a master of modern film-making but David Hughes is well-qualified to write this 'complete' book. The book covers all Lynch's films including Mulholland Drive, TV and other projects, as well as the unrealised ventures such as Revenge of the Jedi (later directed by Richard Marquand as Return of the Jedi). It also includes a foreword by Barry Gifford - the novelist behind Wild at Heart and co-writer with Lynch of the screenplay for Lost Highway - and excerpts from a new interview David Hughes carried out with David Lynch himself. The Complete Lynch is the only comprehensive study of this great director.

  • - How Wealth, Power and Corruption Destroyed the JonBenet Ramsey Murder Investigation Contact and Publish Dav
    by David Hughes
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  • by David Hughes
    £13.99

    In spring 1856, Archibald Tait and his wife Catharine suffered the loss of five daughters to illness, recorded as memoir. In this novel, Hughes explores the themes of love and loss, intermingling his own experiences with the story of another of the Taits's contemporaries.

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