Agent m the lives and spies of mi5s maxwell knight

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A Small Guide To Losing Big, From the Nutritionist for NBCs The Biggest Loser by Cheryl Forberg

Ever wished you could have the same nutrition consult the Biggest Losers have? Your wish has been granted - and its all here in this easy to read pocket guide. After 15 seasons as nutritionist for NBCs The Biggest Loser, Cheryl Forberg has uncovered stunning facts about typical eating and lifestyle habits that cause millions of Americans to gain thousands of pounds each year. She also knows how to interpret that information to promote weight loss. Weve all seen the success of the hundreds of people Cheryl has helped //behind the scenes// at The Biggest Loser - and now the secrets and insights of one of the countrys top weight loss experts can be yours. * * This handy pocket guide will be your go-to book for weight loss. Keep one in your car, stash one in your handbag and leave one on your kitchen counter. In A Small Guide to Losing Big, Cheryl makes it easy - weight loss basics, nutrition tips, menus and recipes in a no nonsense pocket guide. //The Biggest Losers chef and nutrition expert has created a no-nonsense handbook that outlines a simple plan in an easy-to-read, entertaining style. I watched Cheryl coach BL contestants for 10 years, and her sensible approach to healthy and sustainable weight loss really works! This is a must-have book for anyone looking to lose 10 pounds -- or 100.// -- Jillian Michaels
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Agent M: The Lives and Spies of MI5's Maxwell Knight

T he great British spy story, in fact or fiction, is a 20th-century genre that begins with The Riddle of the Sands and ends with Spooks. It has a backstory that traces the reflecting mirrors of literature and espionage to Elizabeth I and Christopher Marlowe. Charles Henry Maxwell Knight slips into this narrative as an Edwardian whose boyhood became obsessed with animals: lizards, mice, hedgehogs and tortoises. Did he learn his cunning from his favourite childhood pet, a white rat named Agatha? Who knows? Rich in sub-plot and cameo characters, its main theme is not as good as its overture. The BF was a far cry from the jackboots of Hitler or Mussolini.

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Agent M: The Lives and Spies of MI5's Maxwell Knight

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Please take a moment to review Hachette Book Group's updated Privacy Policy: read the updated policy here. Many spy stories are page-turners, but [Henry Hemming] proves that the story of one man can be equally thrilling. Hemming has uncovered a man determined not to be known and in so doing, has provided us with delightful reading. It really has everything you'd want from a great espionage story: incredible agents risking their lives; the highest possible stakes, with the safety of the world hanging in the balance; and at its heart a complicated, mercurial spy master in Maxwell Knight spinning an ever more intricate web. This is intelligence research at its best, especially in the identification of hitherto anonymous agents. Definitely a great contribution to the literature. We use cookies to enhance your visit to us.

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