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Are you ready to set out on a puzzle adventure around Britain from your own front room? The bestselling puzzle phenomenon is back with a whole new twist on the treasure hunt. Based on 40 brand new maps stretching across the whole of Britain, The Ordnance Survey Great British Treasure Hunt will offer hours of brain-teasing fun. From the highlands of Scotland, to the White Cliffs of Dover, piece together the clues, scour the maps and crack codes and anagrams on the trail of a mysterious treasure. As you travel across Britain, you'll discover the riches of myth and history that are hidden throughout the land. With over 330 puzzles ranging from easy to mind-boggling and an ultimate master puzzle with the chance to win real treasure, there's only one question left. Do YOU have what it takes to accept the challenge? Product Information: • ISBN: 9781409195115 • Author: Ordnance Survey • Publisher: Trapeze • Format: Paperback • Pages: 240 • Dimensions: 21.8 x 14.6 x 2.2 cm

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In this huge landmark book, authors Arnie Baldursson and Gudmundur Magnusson have chronicled the individuals and incidents that made Liverpool Football Club!Being one of the most famous institutions in world football, this is the essential companion for all top fans. With full biographical entries on every man to pull on a Liverpool shirt, including hundreds of full colour photographs and utilising new and original research, the Liverpool Encyclopedia crosses new boundaries in the study of the Anfield giants. An indispensable addition to every Liverpool supporter's library.Product Information:• ISBN: 9781909245082• Author: Arnie Baldursson, Gudmundur Magnusson• Publisher: De Coubertin Books• Format: Hardback• Pages: 648• Dimensions: 30.5 x 22 x 3.2cm

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Canterbury has been evolving as a major ecclesiastical and trading centre for over two millennia. Successions of foreign invaders have each left their mark on the streetscape, giving us the city we have today. Opportunities for archaeologists to explore beneath today's street surface are rare (the Whitefriars Shopping Centre development was one such opportunity) but when it does arise there are untold treasures awaiting discovery.Post-war developments have attracted an ever-increasing number of visitors, not only from all over Britain, but from abroad as well. What makes this book so special is that much of the city centre was destroyed during the air raids of the Second World War, so many of the early views bear little resemblance to what can be seen today. It will therefore, give a flavour of how Canterbury looked before the war. Product Information:• ISBN: 9781445607122• Author: John Clancy• Publisher: Amberley Books• Format: Paperback• Pages: 96• Dimensions: 23.5 x 16.5 x 1cm

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