Mark Peterson - Author

About the Author

Mark Peterson is a significant new voice in British crime writing. He was born in London and studied Literature at the University of Essex. Mark then moved to Brighton and embarked on a career in PR before choosing to re-train as a teacher. He returned to university in 2006 to begin an MA in Creative Writing. It was there that he started to write the novel that would become Flesh and Blood, the first in the Minter series. He now lives in Brighton with his wife and two children.

 

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Mark Peterson: Political Theatre

Mark Peterson: Political Theatre

Author: Mark Peterson, John Heilemann Format: Hardback Release Date: 24/11/2016

Virtualization 174 Success Secrets - 174 Most Asked Questions On Virtualization - What You Need To Know

Virtualization 174 Success Secrets - 174 Most Asked Questions On Virtualization - What You Need To Know

Author: Mark Peterson Format: eBook Release Date: 27/01/2014

There has never been a Virtualization Guide like this. It contains 174 answers, much more than you can imagine; comprehensive answers and extensive details and references, with insights that have never before been offered in print. Get the information you need--fast! This all-embracing guide offers a thorough view of key knowledge and detailed insight. This Guide introduces what you want to know about Virtualization. A quick look inside of some of the subjects covered: NetBSD - Virtualization, Operating system-level virtualization, Storage virtualization - Fewer points of management, Full virtualization, Data virtualization - Functionality, Virtual machine - Operating system-level virtualization, X86 virtualization, Metadata - Data virtualization, Memory virtualization - Operating System Level Integration, Hardware virtualization - Paravirtualization, X86 virtualization - Intel virtualization (VT-x), Storage virtualization - Cons, Virtual private server - Virtualization, Hardware virtualization - Reasons for virtualization, Desktop virtualization Further reading, Data virtualization - Reference Books, Hardware virtualization - Hardware virtualization disaster recovery, Sun Microsystems - Virtualization and datacenter automation software, Storage virtualization - Appliance-based vs. switch-based, Storage virtualization - Pros, Storage virtualization - Performance and scalability, Network virtualization, Operating system-level virtualization - Storage, Memory virtualization - Products, X86 virtualization - Chipset, Hardware virtualization - Operating system-level virtualization, Service virtualization - Applying Service Virtualization, Network virtualization - Examples of internal network virtualization, Multitenancy - Virtualization, Data virtualization - Drawbacks, and much more...

A Place of Blood and Bone

A Place of Blood and Bone

Author: Mark Peterson, Richard Bingham Format: Paperback Release Date: 02/01/2014

A second stunning Brighton-set crime novel featuring DS Minter, from one of the sharpest new voices in British crime writing. On the surface, John Slade appeared quite normal. But when Martin, a young biochemist, ran a behavioural experiment, he discovered a boy without inhibitions or moral qualms: the perfect subject for a series of experiments Martin had never dared try... Twenty years later, Brighton is facing a serial killer. DS Minter investigates the most bizarre and disturbing murder of his career; the dismembered body of a local woman dumped on a station platform. And when another body is found, Minter realises he is hunting a brutal killer with an IQ off the scale, the likes of which the city has never seen.

The Tater Tot King

The Tater Tot King

Author: Mark Peterson Format: Paperback Release Date: 13/01/2011

A Brief History of Korea

A Brief History of Korea

Author: Mark Peterson Format: Hardback Release Date: 15/12/2006

With tensions escalating between the United States and North Korea over the North's resumption of its nuclear weapons program, Korea has recently become a focus of media attention. Home to more than 60 million people today, North Korea and South Korea have been divided along the 38th parallel since the defeat of Japan (Korea's former colonial ruler) at the end of World War II. Outside of Korea, South Korea is better known than its neighbour to the north is, and it has prospered over the last few decades as a model democratic regime. North Korea remains a secretive society, struggling to meet the needs of its people, and is something of a mystery to most outsiders. And while the geographical and ideological divisions that now separate the North from the South persist, the two countries share a long history and a uniquely Korean culture.Written by one of the leading experts on Korea, A Brief of Korea covers the history of Korea from the origins of the Korean people in prehistoric times to the economic and political situation in North and South Korea today. Providing a detailed overview of the cultural and historical influences that have shaped Korean society, the author discusses the major periods of Korean history-Three Kingdoms, Koryo Dynasty, and Chosun Dynasty; the foreign invasions Korea has endured; the post-World War II situation that led to the country's division and the Korean War; and developments in North and South Korea from the end of the Korean War up through the present.

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