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30. Forsyth, Frederick: “The Veteran” (Š-1111; DB-01-296)

Publisher: Bantam Press, London, 2001
Pages: 367
Price: 800 RSD
Fiction

A smart  lawyer acts for the guilty men after a brutal inner-city murder and justice appears to be turned on its head. Another kind of cruel injustice is done in the well-tailored, smooth-talking world of a famous London auction house, and this time the revenge could not be sweeter or the plotting more ingenious. On his way to the violent spectacle of the race for the Palio in Siena, a traveler is enthralled by a stranger’s tale of a ghostly nun and a quiet miracle in the midst of the horrors of the Second World War. A secret department of HM Customs and Excise learns of a massive consignment of drugs on its way into Heathrow and the prime suspects assemble in the departure lounge in Bangkok.
Finally, in a brilliant variation on the theme of the Wild West adventure yarn, the sole survivor of a famous massacre returns to claim the love of his life, and old triumphs over new in a savage manhunt in the American wilderness.

 

31. Pele – The Autobiography (Š-949; DB - 00-129)

Publisher: Simon and Schuster UK Ltd, London, 1988
Pages: 357
Price: 1000 RSD
Autobiography

Born on 23 October 1940 to a poor family in Tres Coracoes, Brazil, the boy who would become known as Pele grew up playing football on the streets. For extra cash Pele worked as a shoe-shine boy, and when he joined Santos FC at the age of fifteen his mother had to make him a pair of long trousers – until then he’d only ever worn shorts. His impact was immediate: his mentor, Waldemar de Britto, told the Santos directors the boy he discovered would be the greatest football player in the world, but despite their initial skepticism it soon looked like he might be right.
Pele gives us the full story of his incredible life and career. Told with his characteristic grace and modesty, but covering all aspects of his playing days and his subsequent careers as politician, international sporting ambassador and cultural icon, Pele- the Autobiography is an essential volume for all sports fans, and anyone who admires true rarity of spirit.

 

32. Kostova, Elizabeth: “The Historian” (Š – 2518; DB - 00-698)

Publisher: Time Warner Books, GB, 2005
Pages: 704
Price: 1000 RSD
Fiction

Late one night, exploring her father’s library, a young woman finds an ancient book and a cache of yellowing letters addressed ominously to “My dear and unfortunate successor”. Her discovery plunges her into a world she never dreamed of – a labyrinth where the secrets of her father’s past and her mother’s mysterious fate connect to an evil hidden in the depths of history.

“Filled with fascinating details of archaic vampire lore, the splendours of the Ottoman Empire and the beauty of the Romanian countryside” – TLS

 

33. Lewis, Simon: “Beijing (The Rough Guide to Beijing) (Š – 1883; DB - 00-823)

Publisher: Rough Guides, New York, 2004
Pages: 211
Price: 500 RSD
Travel

Rough Guides are designed to be good to read and easy to use.
Explore every corner of Beijing, using the clearest maps of any guide.
Choose where to go and what to see, inspired by dozens of photos.
Read expert background on everything from imperial architecture to Chinese festivals.
Rely on our selection of the best places to stay and eat, for every budget.

“The ultimate handbook… features detailed accounts of every attraction” Footloose, London

 

34. John Simpson: “Not Quite World's End“ (Š - 1361; DB - 00-869)

Publisher: Macmillan, London, 2007
Pages: 468
Price: 1500 RSD

Simpson looks at the world's troubles – the Middle East, global warming, population explosion – and takes the view that it's nowhere near its end. His vivid prose, his humanity and clear-sightedness, and the wonderful anecdotes about the many strange people and peculiar places he has come across – from Robert Mugabe to the Bushmen of the Kalahari, from Chelsea to China, from Saddam Hussein to Hollywood stars – all add up to a richly satisfying read. And with his long experience and his remarkable activity to explain what's really going on out there, he offers us all a crumb of comfort in desperate times.

 

35. Palin, Michael: “Around the World in Eighty Days with Michael Palin“ (Š - 1391; DB - 00-865)

Publisher: BBC Books, London, 1990
Pages: 256

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Price: 1000 RSD
Travel

In the autumn of 1988 Michael Palin set out from the Reform Club to circumnavigate the world, following the route taken by Phileas Fogg 115 years earlier. The rules were simple. He had to make the journey in 80 days and never use aircraft, only forms of transport that would have been available to Fogg. Whether seeing Venice from the back of a rubbish barge, riding round the Pyramids on a camel called Michael, drifting helplessly in the Straits of Hormuz after engine failure, being shaved by an apparently blind barber in Bombay or subjected to a bizarre initiation ritual as he crossed the International Date Line, Palin managed to do everything the hard way.

 

36. Castro, Fidel: “My Life“ (Š -1890; DB - 06-312)

Publisher: Allen Lane – Penguin Books, London, 2007
Pages: 724
Price: 2500 RSD
Biography

In this book Castro describes his life from the 1930s all the way up to the present day. He discusses everything: his parents, his earliest influences, the beginnings of the revolution, his relationship with Che Guevara, the Bay of Pigs, the missile crisis, the Carter years, Cuban migration to the U.S. Ignacio Ramonet also challenges Castro to discuss his views on a number of controversial questions, from human rights and freedom of the press to the repression of homosexuality and the survival of the death penalty, and asks Castro to give his frank opinion of other leaders, alive and dead, including George Bush and Tony Blair.

 

37. Boorman, Charlie: “By Any Means (From Wicklow to Sydney)“ (Š -1365; DB - 01-195)

Publisher: Sphere, London, 2008
Pages: 341
Price: 1500 RSD
Travel
Bikes have always been Charlie’s first love, but he also enjoys a challenge. So when the chance comes to travel across three continents “by any means”, he jumps right in. Grabbing whatever local transport he can get his hands on, Charlie travels from his home town in County Wicklow all the way to Australia – a trip of over 20,000 miles through twenty-five countries.
With good friend and director Russ Malkin and cameraman Mungo to support him, he drives a lorry through northern Iran, sets up his own bus service in Turkey, takes a slow boat down the Mekong, and a very fast one through Borneo to deliver vaccines for UNICEF. And, of course, he jumps on a bike whenever he can, even if there’s a monsoon on the way.

 

38. De Beer, Sir Gavin: „Hannibal“ (š - 2088; db - 00-841)

Publisher: Book Club Associates
Pages: 320
Price: 2200
World

No one write on Hannibal with greater authority than Sir Gavin de Beer, who this opens his absorbing, fully documented biography of the great Carthaginian general and statesman. He begins by tracing the struggle for mastery in the Mediterranean world which reached its climax in the wars between Rome and Carthage. He follows Hannibal and his army across the Pyrenees and the Alps, putting forward new and convincing arguments to support his theory of the route which was followed. He traces the subsequent course of the war, and then turns to the final, scarcely less dramatic phases of this amazing man's career.

 

39. Dowden, Richard: “Africa – Altered States, Ordinary Miracles“ (Š - 2159; DB - 03-453)

Publisher: Portobello Books, 2009
Pages: 576
Price: 1200 RSD
Travel

Africa is full of surprises. For the past three decades, Richard Dowden has travelled this vast and continent, listening, learning, and constantly re-evaluating all he thinks he knows. Country by country, he has sought out the local and the personal, the incidents, actions, and characters to tell the story of modern sub-Saharan Africa – an area afflicted by poverty, disease and war, but also a place of breathtaking beauty, generosity, and possibility. The result is a landmark book: compelling, illuminating, and always surprising.

 

 


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