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The luxury market has transformed from its traditional conspicuous consumption model to a new experiential luxury sensibility that is marked by a change in how consumers define luxury. In a global context, it is crucial to understand why consumers buy luxury, what they believe luxury is, and how their perception of luxury value impacts their buying behavior.
This handbook aims to provide a holistic approach to luxury marketing with respect to the characteristics and the key challenges and opportunities of luxury brand management. Therefore, the multifaceted contributions by authors from different parts of the world will offer both a research and management perspective of luxury marketing and deliver a concentrated body of knowledge with contributions from diverse elements.
A Book Of Scars
A searing police thriller showing 1969 in a shocking new light
***SUNDAY TIMES CRIME BOOK OF THE YEAR***
A country mourning its empire
A killer avenging its sins
Alexandra Tozer was murdered on her family's farm, aged just sixteen. Five years later, her sister Helen will return.
As soon as Detective Breen tracks down the original investigating sergeant, he goes missing. And so does Helen.
The only connection between the suspects is the Kenya Emergency - a nightmare that Englishmen prefer to forget.
But others remember. Every bloody detail. And when another woman is taken, it's not the only history repeating . . .
The third book in a powerful deconstruction of the sixties, A Book of Scars follows Breen and Tozer as they tear up the establishment, colonial history and police corruption to lay bare forgotten crimes.
About the Author
William Shaw was born in Newton Abbot, Devon, grew up in Nigeria and lived for sixteen years in Hackney. He is the author of the acclaimed Breen & Tozer crime series set in sixties London: A Song from Dead Lips, A House of Knives and A Book of Scars. For over twenty years he has written on popular culture and sub-culture for various publications including the Observer and the New York Times. He lives in Brighton.
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