Crook Rebecca : Experiences of menorrhagia and hysterectomy : an exploratory study / Rebecca Crook.
Crook Richard 1688 : The last speech and confession of John Thompson, Richard Crook alias Hide, John Atkins alias Lush, Richard Stanley, Robert Wright, and Thomas Birch, for killing the two boys. : Who were executed at Tybourn, on Friday the 4th. of this instant May, 1688.
Crook Robert : The slave / Morton ; [music by Sir Henry Bishop] ; Tom & Jerry, or, Life in London / [W.T. Moncrieff from the novel by Pierce Egan].
Crook Samuel : Ta diaoepovta, or Divine Characters ed. by C.B. and W.G.
Crooke A C : Gonadotrophins and ovarian development / edited by W.R. Butt, A.C. Crooke and M. Ryle.
Crooke B Banks 1658 : Two sermons preach'd before the condemn'd criminals at Newgate, 1695 / by B. Crooke.
Crooke Bankes 1657 Or 8 1703 : A sermon preach'd in the parish church of St. Michael Woodstreet. At the funeral of Mrs. Hannah Bullivant : Who was barbarously murdered by Edmond Audley in St. Martin's le Grand. By B. Crooke, A.M. rector of the said parish. Published at the earnest request of the relations of the deceas'd.
Crooke Elizabeth M 1971 : Museums and community [electronic resource] : ideas, issues and challenges / Elizabeth Crooke.
Crooke Philip : Mathematics and Mathematica for economists / Cliff J. Huang and Philip S. Crooke.
Crooke Stan : Liverpool : capital of the slave trade / by Gail Cameron and Stan Crooke.
Crooke William : A catalogue of such books that are printed for, and sold by William Crooke, at the Green Dragon without Temple-Bar, next to Devereux Court : where is to be sold Bibles, Common Prayers and all other sorts of books.
Crooke William 1604 : The historian's guide, or, Britain's remembrancer. : Being a summary of all the actions, exploits, sieges, battels, designs, attempts, preferments, honours, changes, &c. and whatever else is worthy notice, that hath happen'd in His Majesty's kingdoms, from anno Dom. 1600. to this time. Shewing, the year, month, and day of the month, in which each action was done. With an alphabetical table for the more easie finding any thing out.