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  • Full Circle: From Africa and Back Again

    Robert T. Armstrong

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    Full Circle: From Africa and Back Again tells the story of Robert, a young man who witnesses the brutal death of his parents and young sister, and his quest for revenge. His travels take him to foreign lands, and it is while being a member of a savage mercenary force in Africa that he starts to focus upon saving innocent lives. Finding himself once again, he crosse

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  • Signs of a Struggle

    Tony Kaplan

    £8.99

    When journalist Tom Pickering arrives on the beautiful Greek island of Mythos to meet up with Lucy, his on-off girlfriend, an environmental blogger who has tipped him off about a great story, Lucy has disappeared. And a body, presumed to be that of a political activist from the early 1970s, has turned up in a bridge being demolished to make way for the new highway bringing tourism to an unspoiled part of the islan

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  • Precious Gems

    Sue Brady

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    Pearl and Ruby - two precious gems - are friends for life. For eighty years, from the very first day they are put together in school, Pearl and Ruby are firm friends, through all the weddings, children, grandchildren and even great-grandchildren. The world around them may change but their friendship remains strong. We first meet them, aged nearly ninety, dealin

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  • The Perils and the Prize

    Jim Crossley

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    World War II is raging. Germany and Britain, bitter enemies, are nevertheless united by ancient family ties. Two young cousins, one a highly motivated professional pilot, the other a rather effete young artist, are serving in opposing air forces but in love with the same girl, Angela. Disenchanted with the Nazi regime, Hans, the German, finds himself under a deadly threat from which only Angela can save him. Meanw

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  • Worrel Bridge

    Jim Wishshaw

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    Frank finds himself inexplicably drawn to a forest track amongst fir trees by a lake, seemingly miles away from his home and his normal life. What is its significance and why is he there? Something has changed and he has to find out what. Frank's journey takes him through a series of increasingly bizarre scenarios, encountering the mysterious Annie along the way, before arriving at the ominous Worrel Bridge. W

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  • The Undertaker's Apprentice

    Geraldine Oliver

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    Dartel was going to be an AB*, a living legend, until the accident that killed his best mate Peejay. Peejay's death changed everything. Dartel found himself working for the undertaker who took charge of Peejay's funeral. This wasn't the future he'd dreamed of! Instead he was trapped in the wrong life, with his used-to-be-famous, now drunk mother, Mita, his wannabe Mobster brother Buddy and his

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  • Another Point of View

    James Lythgoe

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    This book is not for the Purist; it is simply a collection of original verse from the pen of one who self- proclaims himself to be a connoisseur of cheap white wine in the reduced price category. It is a collection of recriminations, revelations of regrets, remorse, and of romance remembered, a veritable ratatouille of human emotions, for which the author offers no apology, or explanations.. Humor

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  • Citizen I

    H.G. Wilson

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    Milton Carter and his wife Marjorie are protective and loving parents to their three city-born and raised boys. So, when Sam, Ben and Ethan Carter are just beginning to leave their childhoods behind, moving into their teenage years, their father is concerned that they may fall into the wrong company, in the inner-city areas of Bradford, West Yorkshire. He approaches his friend, the tight-fisted a

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  • The Next Stop

    Dimitris Politis

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    The mundane everyday cycle of our lives keeps repeating itself, unstoppable, tiresome, often relentless. We wake each morning, pass each day in the same way, sleep in the same bed each night, only to get up and to begin an identical day the next morning. We simply try to survive, from one day to the next, creating the illusion that we do not belong anywhere. Out of fear of rejection, we build strong silos and barr

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  • Life Force

    John Nickson

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    Martin Morgan says goodbye to his family for what he believes to be the last time. A diagnosis of cancer in its last stages has left him with two choices: to tell his family and let them care for him in his last days, or to not tell his family and instead take a last trip to the mountains where he'll go to die. Martin chooses the latter. Having booked into a hotel in the Scottish Highlands, he sets out

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  • A Third of a Pond

    Valerie Helps

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    After years of cruising along the French waterways in their canal boat, de Villehardouin, Valerie Helps and her husband Geoffrey, decide to put down roots on terra firma. In the Loiret region of central France they discover a pond, a dilapidated farmhouse and a neglected garden which tick all their boxes. What follows is a great deal of backbreaking work and commitment, but the love the two have

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  • The Burning Man

    Edward Figg

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    Drugs, arson and armed robbery send the investigating officers of the Kent Street CID down a path that, in the end, leads to death and destruction. They set out to track down a merciless killer who leaves his victim to be devoured by fire. As they probe deeper, it leads them to yet another of the killer's victims and then down into the dark and the sinister world of drug trafficking. A separate inves

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