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101. Judah , Tim : « The Serbs » - Hystory, Myth and the Destruction of Yugoslavia (Š – 5502, DB – 03-964)


Publisher : Yale University Press, New Haven, 1997
Pages : 350
Price : 1000 RSD

Journalist Tim Judah witnessed firsthand many of the most horrifying episodes of the war in the former Yugoslavia while on assignment from 1990 to 1995. Judah offers here a thorough and fair-minded account of the Serbs and their past. He examines the history of the Serbs from medieval times to the present, combining a gripping personal description of the war with a skillful analysis of the historical and cultural context out of which it grew. For this paperback edition Judah adds observations on the emergence of a more moderate Bosnian Serb leadership and on the worrying signs of a possible new war, this time in Kosovo.


102. Subtelny, Orest : « Ukraine – A History » ( Š – 3505 ; DB – 03-967)


Publisher : University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1991
Pages : 666
Price : 1200 RSD

Orest Subtelny surveys Ukraine’s history from the earliest to contemporary times. He explores the five main periods of Ukranian history – Kievan Rus’, the Polish-Lithuanian period, th Cossack era, Ukraine under imperial rule, and Ukraine in the twentieth century- portraying each in terms of its social, economic, and cultural aspects, as well as its political history. Much attention is devoted to modern times, and to Ukranian communities abroad.
Played out on a vast, open and richly endowed stage, Ukraine’s history is long, colorful, and unusually turbulent. Ukraine is a clear, concise, and dispassionate exploration of that complex history.


103. Holland, Tom : « Persian Fire » (Š – 4736 ; DB – 00-801)
Publisher : Abacus, Great Britain, 2005
Pages : 418
Price : 600 RSD

In the fifth century BC, a global superpower was determined to bring truth and order to what it regarded as two terrorist states. The superpower was Persia, incomparably rich in ambition, gold and men. The terrorist states were Athens and Sparta, eccentric cities in a poor and mountainous backwater : Greece. The story of how their citizens took on the most powerful man on the planet is as heart-stopping as any episode in history.


104. Glenny, Misha : « The Balkans 1804-1999 » - Nationalism, War and the Great Powers (Š – 6919 ; DB – 07-044)


Publisher : Granta Books, London, 2000
Pages : 726
Price : 1200 RSD
In a passionate survey of Balkan history since the early nineteenth century, Misha Glenny provides the essential background to recent terrible events in this war-torn area. No other book covers the entire region and offers such profound insights into the roots of Balkan violence, or explains so vividly the origins of modern Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia , Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Albania.


105. Ferguson, Will : « Hokkaido Highway Blues – Hitchhiking Japan » (Š – 6959 ; DB – 07-084)
Publisher : Canongate, Edinburgh, 2003
Pages : 344
Price : 600 RSD

With the same fervour they have for outlandish game shows and tiny gadgets the Japanese go nuts each spring when the cherry blossom sweeps from island to island towards the country’s northernly tip – Hokkaido.
Will Ferguson was celebrating the event in the standard fashion. And after way too much sake announced he would be the first person in recorded history to follow the blossom’s progress. And to make it a challenge worth doing he’d hitchhike all the way : relying on the kindness of some very weird and wonderful strangers…
The resulting travelogue is one of the funniest and most illuminating books to be written on Japan.


106. Rushdie, Salman : « The Ground Beneath Her Feet » (Š – 4621 ; DB – 00-731)
Publisher : Jonathan Cape, London, 1999
Pages : 575
Price : 1200 RSD

This nove lis a wonderful storytelling beast that feeds on pop culture, misfit history and the persistence of myth. Rushdie’s epic range has never been more impressive. Here is a great novelist operating as a master of metamorphosis – transforming life, art and language in the subterranean maze of his imagination » .
At the beginning of this stunning novel that takes us from India to England and America, Vina Apsara, a famous andmuch loved singer with a wild and irresistible voice, is caught up in a devastating earthquake and never seen again. This is her story, and that of Orphus Cama, the lover who finds, loses, seeks and again finds her, over and over throughout his own extraordinary life in music. The story of a love that stretches across their whole lives, and even beyond death.


107. Joyce, James : « Ulysses » (Š – 5522 ; DB – 03-985)
Publisher : Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1993
Pages : 980
Price : 1000 RSD

Ulysses, one of the greatest novels of the twentieth century, has had a profound influence on modern fiction. In a series of episodes covering the course of a single day, 16 June 1904, the novel traces the movements of Leopold Bloom and Stephen Dedalus through the streets of Dublin.
Today critical interest centers on the authoriyu of the text, and this edition republishes for the first time, without interference , the original 1922 text. Jeri Johnson’s commentary guides the reader through this highly allusive novel in an edition acclaimed by scholars and general readers alike.


108. Wilson, Colin : « Serial Killer Investigations » (Š – 4629 ; 01-020)
Publisher : Summersdale, UK, 2007
Pages : 352
Price : 900 RSD

In this in-depth account of the hunt for serial killers, Colin Wilson, one of the world’s leading authorities on the subject, examines the ways they can be tracked down and caught, from the tried-and-true methods of the early twentieth century to the high-tech processes in use today.
This compelling book looks at some of the worst murderers in Britain and America, from Peter Sutcliffe to Fred and Rosemary West, and Jeffrey Dahmer to Paul Bernardo. It will appeal to those who are intrigued by these gruesome murders and anyone interested in learning about the techniques used to bring those responsible to justice.


109. McEwan, Ian : « Saturday » (Š – 4672 ; DB – 00-688)


Publisher : Vintage Books, London, 2006
Pages : 279
Price : 800 RSD

Saturday, February 15, 2003. Henry Perowne is a contented man – a successful neurosurgeon, the devoted husband of Rosalind and proud father of two grown-up children. Unusually, he wakes before dawn, drawn to the window and filled with a growing unease. As he looks out at the night sky he is troubled by the state of the world – the impending war against Iraq, a gathering pessimism since 9/11, and a fear that his city and his happy family life are under threat.
Later, as perowne makes his way through London streets filled with hundreds of thousands of anti-war protestors, a minor car accident brings him into a confrontation with Baxter, a fidgety, aggressive young man, on the edge of violence. To Perowne’s professional eye, there appears to be something profoundly wrong with him. But it is not until Baxter makes a sudden appearance as the Perowne family gathers for a reunion that Henry’s earlier fears seem about to be realized.


110. Puzo, Mario : « The Last Don » (Š – 4625 ; DB – 00-933)
Publisher : Heinemann, London, 1996
Pages : 482
Price : 1000 RSD

This magnificent novel tells the story of the last great Mafia family, the Clericuzio. One year after committing the most savage act of retribution of his life, Don Domenico, head of the family, has decided to create a life for his grandchildren free from the criminal branding of the Mafia. From his garden on Long Island, the Don controls events in far-off Las vegas and Hollywood, where legitimate fortunes can be made.But there are seeds of evil in the family’s history, seeds sown by the Don himself.
This novel gives us the very best of Puzo’s dark wit, his street wisdom and his epic suspense. The Last Don is Puzo’s most powerful and important book since The Godfather.


111. Landes, David : « The Wealth and Powerty of Nations »  (Š – 7134 ; DB – 07-259)
Publisher : Abacus, USA, 1998
Pages : 650
Price : 1000 RSD

In this book Landes shows an amazing breadth of scholarship : He has a robust theory , which he expands with pleasant irony and an eye for suspense : This is a book which takesAdam Smith’s  Wealth of Nations as its text and unashamedly bangs the drum for the liberal ideals of freedom, hard work and open markets… A formidable work containing many surprises and insights and, above all, wisdom.


112. Guttman, John : « Defiance at Sea » - History’s Greatest Naval Battles (Š – 6823 ; DB – 01-949)
Publisher :  Rigel, London, 2004
Pages : 192
Price : 1500 RSD

Experience fourteen breathtaking naval battles, as brave sailors defy daunting odds and the cruel sea itself. From Grenville and Nelson’s heroics against the Spanish, to the crucial sea battles of World War II and a hunt for an Argentinian submarine in the Falklands, four hundred years of war at sea are brought to life in this classic collection.



113. Harris, Geoffrey : « The Dark Side of Europe » (Š – 5441 ; DB – 03-904)
Publisher : Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, 1994
Pages : 265
Price : 800 RSD

This book charts the growth of fascism through the decades following the SecondWorld war to its present-dayresurgence in the aftermath of the Cold War. It paints a sombre picture of Europens threatened by racist politics and terrorism, and struggling to come to terms with the problems of living in a multi-racial society. Concentrating on the themes of racism, the rewriting of history, the rise of the new right, and secret service corruption, it looks in detail at the Le Pen phenomenon in France and extreme-right terrorism in Italy.


114. Mackintosh – Smith, Tim : « Travels With a Tangerine » - A Journey in the Footnotes of Ibn Battutah (Š – 5521 ; DB – 03-984)
Publisher : Picador, London
Pages : 351
Price : 1200 RSD

Ibn Battutah set out in 1325 from his native Tangier on the pilgrimage to Mecca. By the time he returned twenty-nine years later, he had visited most of the known world, travelling three times the distance Marco Polo was supposed to have covered. Spiritual backpacker, tireless sociel climber, temporary hermit and failed ambassador, he braved brigands, blisters and his own prejudices. The outcome was a monumental travel classic.


115. Yakushin, Ivan : « On the Roads of War » - A Soviet Cavalryman on the Eastern Front (Š – 5451 ; DB – 03-914)
Publisher : Pen and Sword Military, UK, 2005
Pages : 180
Price : 1200 RSD

Ivan Yakushin survived the Siege of Leningrad, fought at the Battle of Kursk and pursued the retreating German army through Russia, Belorussia, Poland and into Germany itself. This is the story of his war. He tells the tale in his own words, with remarkable clarity of recall, and gives an authentic insight into what combat on the Eastern front was like for the ordinary soldier. He also provides a detailed, first-hand record of cavalry operations during a highly mechanized war, and this gives his book its special value.


116. James, Lawrence : « The Golden Warrior – the Life and Legend of Lawrence of Arabia » (Š – 6955 ; DB – 07-080)
Publisher : Skyhorse Publishing, USA, 2008
Pages : 523
Price : 1200 RSD

During the 1920s – in the aftermath of the Arab Revolt against Britain – T. E. Lawrence gained global attention, both for his involvement in the Middle Eastern anti-imperialist movement, and for his vivid and sensational writings about his experience. Controversial and provocative, this revised and updated edition of Lawrence James’s acclaimed biography penetrates and overturns the mythology that surrounds T. E. Lawrence. James traces the sometimes spurious Lawrence legend back to its truthful roots, yet remainsdispassionate and generous in spirit throughout.


117. O’Brien, Michael : « John F. Kennedy – A Biography » (Š – 2252 ; DB – 01-390)
Publisher : Thomas Dunne Books, New York, 2005
Pages : 971
Price : 1500 RSD

This book creates an absorbing, balanced, and distinguished portrait of one of America’s most legendary presidents. While current fashion in Kennedy scholarship is to deride the man’s achievements, this book describes Kennedy’s strengths, explains his shortcomings, and offers many new revelations.
« It will come as nothing less than a godsend to serious historians who thought they knew everything there was to know about America’s most glamorous and intriguing presidents. » New York Post


118. Lourenco, Luis : « Jose Mourinho » (Š – 6980 ; DB – 07-105)
Publisher : Dewi Lewis Media Ltd, UK, 2004
Pages : 223
Price : 1000 RSD

Long-term friend, journalist Luis Lourenco tells us about the formative years of Mourinho’s career. We learn of his management skills – the way he motivates players, and his football philosophy. Mourinho himself writes of his move to Roman Abramovich’s Chelsea ; of his « mind games » with Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United are knocked out of Europe ; and his fears for his and his family’s safety after receiving a death threat on the eve of what should have been the biggest night of his life.


119. McCall, Kenny and Robb, John : « After the Match the Game Begins » (Š – 5517 ; DB – 03-980)
Publisher : John Blake, London, 2010
Pages : 337
Price : 800 RSD

The Dundee Utility stands apart from other football firms. Its members are drawn not from the supporters of one team, but from two – Dundee United and Dundee FC – all of whom share the same passion : their city ; The two bands of fans stand united, except on derby da, of course ! In this compelling book, authors present the complete inside story of the Utility from their unique positions, each supporting Dundee United and Dundee FC respectivelly.


120. La Mure, Pierre : « The Private Life of Mona Lisa » (Š – 1449 ; DB – 01-108)
Publisher : Collins, London, 1976
Pages : 410
Price : 1200 RSD

Following the thousand and one clues scattered in archives, writings and histories of the period, Pierre La Mure has painstakingly reconstructed in novel form the life of this woman whose existence is concentrated on a panel of poplar wood. He brings to life the whole turbulent period of Rennaisance Italy as he follows the parallel lives of Mona Lisa and Leonardo against a background of the French invasion, the rise of the Sforzas in Milan, the temporary eclipse of the Medicis in Florence and the fiery monk Savonarola’s brief, meteoric career.


121. Guhl, E.; Koner, W. : « Everyday Life of the Greeks and Romans » ( Š - 4654 ; DB – 00-741)


Publisher : Crescent Books, New York, 1989
Pages : 620
Price : 1500 RSD

What did they eat and wear ? How did they furnish and light their houses ? What actually went on in the amphitheatres, gymnasia, stadia and baths ? Everyday Life of the Greeks and Romans answers these and many other questions. The authors begin their exploration of the past with the most powerful cultural expressions that the Greeks and Romans have left us – their architectural achievements. The book is divided into two equally detailed parts, one for Greece and one for Rome. Each examines the architecture, function and construction of both private and public buildings.


122. Le Sueur, Alec : « Running a Hotel on the Roof of the World » - Five Years in Tibet (Š  - 5519 ; DB – 03-982)
Publisher : Summersdale, London, 1999
Pages : 346
Price : 800 RSD

Few foreigners have been lucky enough to set foot on Tibetan soil – Alec Le Sueur spent five extraordinary years there, working for an international hotel chain. Against the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas he unfolds a highly amusing and politically enlightening account of his experiences.
Fly infestations at state banquets, hoopeful mountaneers, unexpected deliveries of live snakes, a predominance of yaks and everything yak-related, the unbelievable Miss Tibet competition, insurmountable communication problems and a dead guest are just some of the entertainments to be found at the « Fawltly Towers » of Lhasa.


123. Hamilton, John Maxwell : « Casanova Was a Book Lover » ( Š - 4655 ; DB – 01-274)


Publisher : Penguin Books, New York, 2001
Pages : 351
Price : 900 RSD

Everyone knows which books people buy, but who knows which books people steal ? In this irreverent analysis of the book industry, John Maxwell Hamilton – a longtime journalist and public radio commentator – answers this question and many more, proving that the best way to study books is not to take them too seriously. He provides a rich history of the book – from the early days when monks laboriously hand-copied texts to the recent tidal wave of movie tie-ins – and gives a succint overview of the state of the industry today. Throughout, Hamilton peppers his prose with spicy tidbits of information that will fascinate bibliophiles everywhere.


124. Godsall Bottriell, Lena : « Umbulala » - Through the Eyes of a Leopard (Š  - 5492 ; DB – 03-954)
Publisher : Questech Productions, UK, 1993
Pages : 214
Price : 1500 RSD

Umbulala is a story about the African leopard and its relationship to the wild, its inhabitants and mores. Lavishly illustrated throughout with line and pen drawings and colour plates, it is a story of a black leopard – predominantly referred to throughout as « panther » for succinctness With a strong zoological base, and drawn from the author’s own knowledge and experience of the bush, the story is told from the viewpoint of the panther and Africa’s wildlife.


125. Jonsson , Asgeir : « Why Iceland ? » (Š  - 877 ; DB – 01-045)
Publisher : McGraw-Hill, New York, 2009
Pages : 230
Price : 1000 RSD

In October 2008, Iceland became the unlikely epicenter of the catastrophic global banking collapse. In a few short years the tiny nation on the periphery of Europe had built a banking empire to rival any other on the planet.  Then, within a single week in October 2008, the entire country collapsed . Investors in the UK alone are believed to have lost £ 8 billion in the fallout. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Effects of the crisis continue to manid-fest themselves around the globe.  Why Iceland ? combines the drama of a potboiler novel with expert analysis from a world authority on the subject.


126. Hopwood, Derek : « Egypt : Politics and Society 1945-1981 » (Š  - 1820 ; DB – 01-240)
Publisher : George Allen & Unwin, London, 1983.
Pages : 194
Price : 900 RSD

This book is made up of sections on the political ideologies of Presidents Nasser and sadat, on the economic problems that the country has been attempting to grapple with during the period, on the role of Islam in politics and society, on Egyptian culture and literature and on how the ordinary Egyptian citizens copes with the stress and change of everyday life in the second half of the twentieth century. Each section is part  of an integrated whole. The importance of economic factors in political decisions is not overlooked. The book gives accurate and up-to-date information on so many aspects of Egyptian society.


127. Norwich, John Julius : « A Taste for Travel » (Š  - 2256 ; DB – 01-394)
Publisher : Papermac, London, 1986
Pages : 435
Price : 1500 RSD

A Taste for Travel is an anthology of extracts from the huge diversity of travel literature. In making his personal selections, John Julius Norwich has always put readibility first and has concentrated on the most interesting and amusing of travel companions, among them Herodotus, chaucer, Daniel Defoe, Henry James, Evelyn Waugh, Peter Fleming, Eric Newby, Jan Morris and Paul Theroux.
The extracts -  nearly 400 of them – cover every continent and are grouped according to aspects or themes of travel. They represent the experiences of leaving and homecoming, of encounters and perils, of bad moments and euphoria – in short, all the many meanings of being abroad.


128. Severin, Timothy : « Explorers of the Mississippi » ( Š - 5508 ; DB – 03-970)
Publisher : Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1967
Pages : 274
Price : 1200 RSD

This is the account of a journey with a serious intention by three young men along Marco Polo’s caravan route to Cathay. Travelling on motorcycles through Turkey, persia and Afghanistan they used Marco Polo’s journal as their guide in searching out unchanged examples of Marco Polo’s own thirteenth century descriptions. Overcoming natural hazards, linguistic muddles and local escapades with zest and ingenuity, their investigations met with fascinating success in the villages of plateau and desert, whether locating the home of the Magi or identifying the mysterious Apples of paradise. The author combines his comparison of medieval and modern Asia with an amusing narrative of motorcycling in the tracks of the Polo caravan.


129. Keay, John : « India – A History » ( Š - 1889 ; DB – 06-318)
Publisher : Harper – Collins, London, 2000
Pages : 576
Price : 1500 RSD

A cradle of civilisation, the subcontinent is today the cockpit of one of its most explosive disputes. From the myths of an impossible antiquity to the masterpieces of classical glory, from the boasts of obscure dynasts to the cronicles of Islamic conquest, and from the triumphs of liberation to the recriminations of partition, Keay recounts a five-thousand-year epic in which conflict underwrites achievement and kings defer to saints.
Beginning with the Flood and ending with the Bomb, this book combines narrative delights with social, economic and cultural analysis. Provocative and authoritative, it confirms John eay’s reputation as one of the foremost writers on the subcontinent.


130. Inwood, Stephen : « A History of London » (Š - 5506 ; DB – 03-968)


Publisher : Macmillan, London, 1998
Pages : 1111
Price : 1200 RSD

 As Roy Porter (England: A Social History) notes in his introduction, Inwood's London is a social London, and much of the book is spent recounting who did what when, and how much it cost them, from the Roman Londinium that waned as the empire did to the "Divided City" of 1965 to the present. He incorporates numerous short quotes, from Swift and Smollet to the builders, clerks and minor politicians who worked behind the city's scenes. But in the main, the book reads like the large-scale compendium of secondary sources and cullings from the public record that it is, rather than a thick description of the historically evolving qualities of London life.


131. Bose, Partha : « Alexander the Great’s  Art of Strategy » ( Š - 6690 ; DB – 01-816)
Publisher : Profile Books, London, 2003
Pages : 301
Price : 1200 RSD
Biography, History

Alexander’s achievements have inspired and influenced a great number of past and current military, political and business leaders. This book provides the wisdom and secrets of this great empire builder, demonstrating how they can be applied to conquer today’s challenges. Blending insights from his years of business experience with his lifelong study of Alexander, Parth Bose interweaves a gripping biography with compelling analyses of the strategies, tactics and leadership approaches of successful institutions and individuals , such as Dell, IKEA, the Harvard Law Shool, Abraham Lincoln, Winston Curchil, Ghandi, etc.


132. Mitchell, Margaret : « Gone With the Wind » ( Š - 6994 ; DB – 07-119)
Publisher : Pan Books, London, 1988
Pages : 1010
Price : 600 RSD

Set against the dramatic backdrop of the American Civil War, Margaret Mitchell’s magnificent historical epic is an unforgettable tale of love and loss, of a nation mortally divided and a people forever changed. Above all, it is the story of beautiful , ruthless Scarlet O’Hara and the dashing soldier of fortune, Rhett Butler.



133. Milton, Giles : « « White Gold » - The Extraordinary Story of Thomas Pellow and North Africa’s One Million European Slaves ( Š - 2576 ; DB – 03-529)
Publisher : Hodder & Stoughton, London, 2004
Pages : 316
Price : 1900 RSD

In the summer of 1716, a Cornish cabin boy named Thomas Pellow and fifty-one of his comrades were captured at sea by the Barbary corsairs. Their captors – Captain Ali Hakem and his network of fanatical Islamic slave traders – had declared war on the whole of Christendom. Thousands of EUropeans had been snatched from their homes and taken in chains to the great slave markets of Algiers, Tunis and Morocco.
Thomas Pellow was resilient, resourceful and quick-thinking, and was selected by the sultan of Morocco for special treatment. For twenty-three years, he would dream of his home, his family and freedom. He was one of the fortunate few who survived to tell his tale.


134. Larsson, Stieg : « The Girl Who Played With Fire » ( Š - 5399 ; DB – 00-914)
Publisher : Maclehose Press, London, 2009
Pages : 569
Price : 500 RSD

Ex-security analyst Lisbeth Salander is wanted for murder. Her history of unpredictable and vengeful bahaviour makes her an official danger to society – but no one can find her. The only way Salander can be reached is by computer. But she can break into almost any network she chooses…
« With the spiky and sassy Lisbeth Salander… Larsson created the most original heeroine to emerge in crime fiction for many years… The air of sizzling enigma that she leaves in her wake only intensifies as Larsson’s galloping prose twists the plot », Independent


135. Hingley, Ronald : »Joseph Stalin – Man and Legend » (Š -6972 ; DB – 07-097)


Publisher : Konecky & Konecky, New York, 1974
Pages : 482
Price : 1000 RSD

This major biography encompasses more than the life of one man. It is an equally compelling study of political process, an anatomy of power, and an examination of the tactics of rule by subtle manipulations as well as by conscious tyranny.
Stalin, a fascinating mixture of pardoxes, is superbly portrayed : ruthlessly cruel yet personally likable ; a modest man who arranged for himself to be worshipped as a god ; a strong man who seized his chanv-ces and could exploit even his own colossal blunders ; by turns gangster, theoretician, ladies’ man, arch-intruguer, militant peacemonger, skillful cold warrior.


136. Bruce, Evangeline : « Napoleon & Josephine – An Improbable Marriage » (Š - 6971 ; DB – 07-096)
Publisher : Weidenfeld & Nicholson, London, 1995
Pages : 555
Price : 1000 RSD
Napoleon and Josephine’s relationship is one of the most fascinating love stories in history. Their unlikely union began in the heady atmosphere of post-Terror Paris. Josephine was a sensual and debt-ridden widow in search of a wealthy protector ; Napoleon was a ruthlessly ambitious young army officer in need of a wife with a fortune. When Napoleon, blinded by passion and dazzled by Josephine’s apparent influence in powerful political salons, insisted upon marriage, she accepted only with the greatest reluctance.
Evangeline Bruce brings both of these magnetic personalities to life in this enthralling portrait, illuminating their public and private lives with seductive detail and exploring the social and cultural context in which they lived.

137. Fernandez-Armesto, Felipe : « Columbus on Himself » ( Š - 1373 ; DB – 01-152)
Publisher : The Folio Society, London, 1992
Pages : 279
Price : 2000 RSD

Intended as an antidote to potted biographies and piecemeal reconstructions of his voyages, this volume draws on judicious selections from Christopher Columbus's own writings - chronologically arranged, and translated into idiomatic English - to relate his self-perception and personal history, as far as is possible, in his own words. The result is a full and vivid (and often surprising) portrait of this complex man and the role he thought he was destined to play as God’s instrument on earth.


138. Capote, Truman: “In Cold Blood” (Š - 1289; DB – 00-297)


Publisher: Random House, New York, 1965
Pages: 343
Price: 1000 RSD

On November 15, 1959, in the small town of Holcomb, Kansas, four members of the Clutter family were savagely murdered by blasts from a shotgun held a few inches from their faces. There was no apparent motive for the crime, and there were almost no clues.
Five years , four months and twenty-nine days later , on April 14, 1965, Richard Eugene Hickock, aged thirty-three, and Perry Edward Smith, aged thirty-six, were hanged for the crime on a gallows in a warehouse in the Kansas State Penitentiary in Lansing, kansas.
In Cold Blood is the story of the lives and deaths of these six people. It has already been hailed as a masterpiece.


139. Defonseca, Misha : « Surviving With Wolves » - The Most Extraordinary Story of World War II (Š - 2718 ; DB – 03-648)
Publisher : Portrait, London, 2005
Pages : 245
Price : 1200 RSD

Misha was only seven when the Nazis took her Jewish parents away from her in Brussels. No one told her why her parents were no longer with her ; only that they had gone East. So one day, equipped with just a tiny compass, the little girl set out East to find them. Alone and on foot, Misha crossed Belgium, Germany, Poland and the Ukraine.
Surviving With Wolves is Misha’s extraordinary and poignant story – of how a young girl witnessed the appalling cruelties of war, and for whom the animals of the forest proved safer than humans. It is a book that will never be forgotten by anyone who reads it.


140. Exell, F. K. : »Siamese Tapestry » (Š -  1392 ; DB – 00-888)
Publisher : The Travel Book Club, London, 1963
Pages : 192
Price : 1000 RSD

Although a numberof books have been written about the Thailand of post-war years, there is no autobiography which describes the experiences of the everyday life of the European co,,unity and the Siamese around them during the years of the waning absolute monarchy and the turbulence of the early Revolutionary period.
This readable book is an accurately written account of those years, of the mountainous, heavily forested North with its teak stations, the cultivated Central Plain, the tin mines of the South and the sophisticated capital of Bangkok.



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