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  • Walking Into Silence

    Robert Rice

    This is a diary about one man's journey after life comes crashing down around him; career and marriage - gone. Inspired by the teachings of mystics, he decides to find that elusive something that he, until then, has been only vaguely aware is lacking in his life, and so he sets out on a solitary summer hike in the untamed wilderness of Montana.   Being truly part of nature whilst beari

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  • Breaking the Silence

    Joseph Wells as told to Ingrid Beatrice Coman

    Breaking The Silence is the true-life story of a Maltese little boy whose childhood unfolded through the English occupation of Malta, during the presence of the Royal Army on the island, then following later on in England, at the times of the Maltese post-war emigration.   It is a story of slavery and abuse. Of secrets kept hidden generation after generation, and sometimes ta

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  • AN & i

    Ali North

    AN&i tells the true story of Ali North, a young girl from a troubled background in Northern Ireland who develops anorexia nervosa to cope with life. The book follows Ali through a number of life challenges and tragic events showing how her relationship with her eating disorder becomes her closest friend yet worst enemy. The story brings us right up to present day as the victim is now an adult rea

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  • Condensed Milk and Pickled Onions

    Jill Reece

    Condensed Milk and Pickled Onions is a collection of true stories about the care of older people in their own homes. Some will make you smile or laugh, whilst others may bring a tear to your eyes. Whichever it is, you will be enriched by the variety of older people's ingenuity in dealing with their situations. Of course, all the names have been changed.

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  • Nay, Umpire!

    Jim Appleby

    When history lecturer Adge Harrison retires, he flees the hubbub of London for the little North Yorkshire village of Rivendale, hoping for a quiet life.   Just when he thinks it might be too quiet, a kind deed on a bleak, wintry night introduces him to a new career as a cricket umpire in a place where the game is played with a consuming passion he soon finds himself sharing. &nbs

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  • Dancing With Shiva

    Lynnette Brice

    Dancing with Shiva is the story of Lynnette Brice, a New Zealand woman who travels to Jaipar, India, to volunteer for an ‘Empowering Women' aid project. With high hopes of helping to improve the lives of the women of Jaipar, Lynnette explores the differences in their culture and education, upbringing and purpose - only to discover, she herself has a lot to learn.

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  • Exciting Eighties - A Time of High Expectations

    Esther Paddon

    Most people about to enter their ninth decade might be forgiven for putting their feet up and taking life much more leisurely. But that is not Esther Paddon's way!   In her new book, Exciting Eighties: A Time of High Expectations, she des

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  • Embracing Autism - A Mother and Son Journey

    Jane Callaghan

    Embracing Autism - A Mother and Son Journey is an account of a mother and son's story from the first indication and the ensuing recognition that something might not be as it should be. It follows the early stages that lead to the first diagnosis of autism and the slowly dawning realisation of what might be the future.  It covers early intervention, school challenges, friends,

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  • Searching For Reality

    Natheer Rasheed

    A book about Lieutenant-General John Bagot Glubb - affectionately known as Glubb Pasha - and his time as an officer of the Arab Legion. He was instrumental in providing education to nomadic tribes such as the Bedouins, by setting up mobile as well as permanent schools, in order to teach the illiterate tr

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  • A Year in Flip Flops

    Angela Elwood

    A gap year. Not unusual, but Angela Elwood is older than the average student taking a break. She has family and business responsibilities, with a lovely home and friends. Yet she has the desire to travel alone to South East Asia. Angela feels she is becoming an almost invisible middle-aged woman, with life passing her by, so this is her new challenge.

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  • Click, Click Bang!

    Tony Alleyne

    Other than having three points on my driving licence many years ago, I had never committed a crime or been on the wrong side of the law. As far as computers were concerned, I was pretty much a late learner - being well into my forties when I bought my first desktop computer. I was truly amazed at the internet and w

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  • The Right To Be Me

    Stella Eden

    A harrowing tale of a woman's struggle to free herself from the clutches of an abusive marriage. With a childhood that consisted of sexual abuse and emotional blackmail, she carves out a life for herself as a podiatrist - a dream she's had since childhood. Seeking the love and validation she never received as a child, she falls for the deeply manipulative, but attentive, Damian, who is to become her husban

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