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Miracles of Card Play
Reese and Bird
Details the fictitious exploits of the bridge-playing monks of St Titus, who are involved in the Gold Cup, the Hubert Phillips Bowl, the National inter-monastery championship and a mission to Africa to convert the Bozwambi tribe to the Acol system.
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Unholy Tricks
Reese and Bird
The sequel to "Miracles of Card Play", this book is a collection of bridge tales involving the eccentric monks of St Titus. In addition to their usual bridge games, the monks become involved in duplicate matches against nuns, visiting Italians and even the local police.
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Doubled and Venerable
Reese and Bird
This is the third book in a series featuring the bridge-playing monks of St Titus. The style and humour of the narrative enhances the bridge deals which are of considerable technical interest.
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Cardinal Sins
Reese and Bird
This is the fourth title in the series featuring the bridge-playing monks of St Titus.
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Saints and Sinners : The St. Titus Bridge Challenge
by David Bird, Tim Bourke (3/12/2001: 24 hours)
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The Abbot and the Sensational Squeeze
This is the sixth title in a series about the bridge-playing monks of St Titus.
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All Hands on Deck!
David Bird, creator of the famous Abbot series, is acknowledged as the world's best when it comes to humorous bridge fiction. Here he strikes out in an intriguing new direction, with humorous tales of a mixed group of players on a world bridge cruise. Nor is the action confined to the ship's card-room. The players disembark at various ports of call, encountering bridge adventures in Morocco, Italy, Israel, the Yemen and India. Will the less-than-expert bridge host, Rupert Knight, get his hands on the lovely Debbie or Sandra? Read on to find out!
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The Bridge Adventures of Robin Hood
Setting out both to entertain and instruct bridge players, whatever their level of expertise, Bird presents the adventures of Robin Hood, Maid Marion and the rest of the band from Sherwood Forest. The opposing medieval players in this book are led by the Sheriff of Nottingham and Guy of Gisburne.
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The Hidden Side of Bridge
Terence Reese, David Bird (3/12/2001: 2-3 days)
A selection of some of the most unusual and intriguing hands, analyzed by two of Britain's leading bridge players. From the first chapter of this reissue, entitled "When the 'normal' card is wrong", through to "Offbeat squeezes", readers should be simultaneously entertained and challenged.
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Robin Hood's Bridge Memoirs
A sequel to "The Bridge Adventures of Robin Hood", this volume contains 11 more humorous bridge adventures from Sherwood Forest, in the author's usual combination of instruction and entertainment.
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Bachelor Bridge
Bird and Cocheme
Bridge-playing Jack O'Hearts searches high and low for the perfect - er, partner. Stepping alphabetically and uncertainly from Anna to Bianca, Claire and Debbie, all the way to Zoe, he plays in such exotic surroundings as the Cockney Club (where the bidding is in rhyming slang), a Gauloise-scented club in Paris, and Interview Room D of the local police-station. The characters of the various players are reflected in their bidding and play.
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Bridge with a Feminine Touch
Follows the hilarious adventures of intrepid heroine Debbie as she climbs the bridge ladder, starting with her opening game at the local club, and ending with international trials and a glamorous match against the Polish ladies' team. The game becomes increasingly difficult as Debbie improves.
Kosher Bridge 2
A second collection of hilarious bridge stories with a Jewish flavour, featuring a kindly and considerate rabbi. Once again the authors' intention is to provide readers with both instruction and entertainment.
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The Rabbi's Magic Trick
A collection of stories about the bridge-playing rabbi, this book gives a plausible account of a rabbi gambling his holiday money in a high-stake rubber game against three wealthy Arabs, and a synagogue team facing a team of Catholic priests and nuns (hired professionals).
Divine Intervention
by Reese and Bird
Continues the stories about the bridge-playing monks of St Titus. This book is the fifth in the series, following on from "Miracles of Card Play", "Unholy Tricks", "Doubled and Venerable" and "Cardinal Sins".
Having Nun, Partner?
by Bird, David Lyster (3/12/2001: 3-5 weeks)
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Bridge in the Menagerie
by Victor Mollo
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Kosher Bridge
by Bird, Klinger
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Bridge in the fourth dimension
by Victor Mollo
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Winning Bridge in the Menagerie
by Victor Mollo, Robert King (3/12/2001: 3-5 weeks)
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Bridge Over Troubled Waters
by David Bird (3/12/2001: Not Yet Available)
Destiny at Bay
by Victor Mollo (3/12/2001: 1-2 weeks)
Revised edition of the fifth Mollo classic; Brilliant plays against a background of human follies; Humorous and engaging; Join the Griffins, the bridge club where all the members have star parts to play, and take up arms in the great battle between Predestination and Freewill. Brilliant plays in attack and defence, devil's coups and smothers, squeezes and endplays, scissors and uppercuts, are all seen against a background of human follies and foibles. Psychology and imagination, no less than science and technique, light up the scene. In this, the fifth title in the Menagerie series, you meet again the Rueful Rabbit, luckiest of mortals; Karapet, the unluckiest player since job; and Walter the Walrus, the point-count specialist. With Papa's arrogance, the Toucan's humility, the secretary Bird's pedantry and Molly the Mule's rampant feminism, they make every deal vibrate and sparkle. The Hideous Hog remains all but insufferable as he clashes daily with destiny, and in the final episode confronts the prince of darkness himself.
Murder in the Menagerie
by Victor Mollo, Robert King, Philip King (3/12/2001: Not Yet Available)
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Masters and Monsters
by Victor Mollo (3/12/2001: 2-3 days)
More bridge tales from the Griffins Club, written by the author of "Bridge in the Menagerie" and "Bridge in the Fourth Dimension".
Bridge in the Fifth Dimension
by Victor Mollo Robert King, Phillip King (3/12/2001: Not Yet Available)
Everyone believed that when Victor Mollo died, the chance of any more books featuring the Hideous Hog, the Rueful Rabbit and their friends died with him. Now, many of Mollo's later Menagerie articles have been turned into book form by Robert and Phillip King, co-authors with Mollo of Winning Bridge in the Menagerie. The reader will recognise many of the characters from their own bridge experiences. Walter the Walrus is still wondering why his points are not as good as anyone else's, Karapet, the unluckiest man since Job, savours every piece of bad luck, and Papa continues to dazzle and deceive, even if it is usually his partner that is misled.
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Beaten by the Masters
by David Bird (3/12/2001: 2-3 days)
Bridge is a compulsory subject at Cholmeley school and a host of vibrant characters participate in the action. This is the setting for a collection of humorous tales by David Bird, a leading authority on bridge who has written many books on the subject.
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Hog in the 21st Century
by Phillip King, Robert King (3/12/2001: 2-3 days)
This collection of stories is part of an on-going series of bridge pastiches. Characters from the previous books, such as Papa the Greek, Walter the Walrus, and Timothy the Toucan, all make a return in this volume.
The New Kings' Tales
by Phillip King, Robert King
Play It Again, Slam
by Phillip King, Robert King
Your Deal, Mr Bond
by Phillip King, Robert King

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An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Application (Volume 1)
by William Feller
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An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Application (Volume 2)
by William Feller
Graph Theory
by R. Diestel
This reassessment of the main fields of graph theory, methods and results aims to complement, not replace, the existing, more algorithmic treatments, and can be used at various levels. It contains all the standard material for a first undergraduate course, while for graduates the text offers proofs of several more advanced results. These proofs are described with as much care and detail as their simpler counterparts, often with an informal discussion of their underlying ideas. Finally, the book affords the professional an overview of the theory as it stands today: with its typical questions and methods, its classic results, and some of the developments that have made it such an exciting area.

Top - 10!!!

1. Saints and Sinners : The St. Titus Bridge Challenge
by David Bird, Tim Bourke (3/12/2001: 24 hours)
2. Divine Intervention
by Reese and Bird
3. Winning Bridge in the Menagerie
by Victor Mollo, Robert King (3/12/2001: 3-5 weeks)
4. Having Nun, Partner?
by Bird, David Lyster (3/12/2001: 3-5 weeks)
5. Masters and Monsters
by Victor Mollo (3/12/2001: 2-3 days)
6. Destiny at Bay
by Victor Mollo (3/12/2001: 1-2 weeks)
7. Hog in the 21st Century
by Phillip King, Robert King (3/12/2001: 2-3 days)
8. An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Application (Volume 1)
by William Feller (3/12/2001: 24 hours)
9. The Bridge Adventures of Robin Hood
by David Bird (3/12/2001: 2-3 days)
10. Bridge in the Fifth Dimension
by Victor Mollo Robert King, Phillip King (3/12/2001: Not Yet Available)
11. Bridge Over Troubled Waters
by David Bird (3/12/2001: Not Yet Available)
12. Murder in the Menagerie
by Victor Mollo, Robert King, Philip King (3/12/2001: Not Yet Available)
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