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  • Getting On With It

    Pippa Holmes

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    Katy, a city girl through and through, never expected to find herself living on a farm in the middle of nowhere. However, a series of events including an annoying ex-boyfriend made her think that maybe London wasn't such a great place after all and that she should try the peace and tranquillity of the countryside. Katy was soon on a steep learning curve, having met and married Charlie, a farmer with a variety

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  • After the War

    Martin Avery

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    Imagine waking up one morning and the world as you know it is gone - a nuclear war, which began and ended in a matter of hours, has changed everything. Herbert Goddard, an Australian living in Colombia, wakes up to the news that a nuclear war has taken place somewhere on the planet. Information is sketchy, and he decides to drive from his home in the country to Bogotá, the capital, where h

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  • Magic Pie

    Robyn Embrey

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    Olly just wants to make magic pie, One to make him magic, one to make him fly.   But he might just find where real magic lies instead, With a box of pixie dust, beneath his mummy's bed.

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  • Splashes of Hues

    Neha Batool

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    Neha Batool's new anthology, Splashes of Hues, combines accessibility and depth. These warmly appealing poems concern deep and personal themes like self-worth, fulfilment, rejection, love - all splashed onto the page from a colourful palette (Colourful Melodies). The poems are often very short and make a single, telling statement (Wings and Autumn

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  • The Children Sang

    Craig G. Barnes

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    The closest of friends, James and Sam are more like brothers, although the divisive society they live in doesn't make this easy for them. The bonds of friendship stay with them as they grow, but they come to understand that it is more than this; they are bound by powerful forces around and within them that will set them apart from humanity. There are other children like them across the globe;

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  • Lady of the Desert

    Anya J. Peters

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    Eat, or be eaten. That is the world Yin lives in.   Yet, despite her circumstances, Yin is a kind person - if a little restless. When, in a day, her kindness makes way for anger and she kills to protect something that belongs to her, the veneer of her small town life falls away, and her world is exposed as a lie.   In one moment, her biggest dream becomes her worst

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  • Freddie Windsor Goes to Football

    Emma Toomey

    £6.99

    Follow the latest adventures of Freddie Windsor the police horse.   This time, Freddie is going to work at a football match. He's excited to see the other police horses and the treats he will be given throughout the day, but it will be hard work too.   Emma Toomey gives children a fun insight into the work of the mounted police, as seen through the eyes of Fred

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  • Harold the King

    Richard Rowley

    £9.99

    England, 1036, and the sons of the late King Aethelred, Alfred and Edward, are returning after living abroad for twenty years. King Cnut has died and his illegitimate son, Danish Harald, has taken the throne. But their return to England has been watched, and Thored, the reeve of the evil Earl Godwine, has been spying from a distance. As Edward stays on the ship, and Alfred is joined by Big Aelfri

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  • Broken Heads

    Sinclair Currie

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    Brilliant neurosurgeon, Davy O'Brien, and successful business tycoon, Bill Walker, are strangers with nothing in common except for one important fact - they are both at breaking point and nothing will stop them falling apart. Their implosions are spectacular, and their unravelling complete. The men independently retreat to the idyllic coastal township of Broken Heads, hoping the picturesque b

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  • Our Last Day Out

    Natalie Dunn

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    The Innocent Daughter, and author of this work, is humble, honest and long-suffering, with aspirations of becoming a Jedi Knight. Sadly, her hopes have been brutally curtailed as a result of being associated with her family members - details of whom are vividly outlined within. The hapless author carries us with her on her last day out with the Parents. Ostensibly, a simple trip to a church flowe

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  • Infinitesimal Gradations

    Mark Keating

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    Orphaned in infancy in Ireland and raised in rural Berkshire before his aunt sent him packing to boarding school, George Eccles thought he knew enough about insecurity, fear and disappointment when he finds quiet contentment working in a joinery in rural England.   When he manages to finish writing a horror novel, should he be delighted or distrustful when a publisher tells him it will be

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  • Half Light of the Magic Eye

    Jack Lahmodes

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    Half Light of the Magic Eye revolves around the adventure of four friends, Rachael, Mike, Charlie and Tom, who while enjoying a nice picnic on a sunny afternoon are distracted by a shimmering bright light, which appears to be emanating towards a particular rock. Charlie, who is not afraid of exploring, decides to investigate, and disappears as soon as he touches the rock.

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