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  • Nancy Bo and Ergonwold's Nest

    Paul Scales

    £10.99

    On the eve of her eleventh birthday, Nancy Bo Jones is forced to move from her happy home. As she struggles to adjust to her new life, a chance encounter leads her to The Home for the Incurably Curious - a library within a library. Could a peculiar book cure her sadness? Nancy Bo and her friends are guided into a strange, parallel universe where thoughts and f

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  • Feeling Well: Emotional Alchemy For Children

    Emma Tunbridge

    £4.99

    Journey through your body and meet the flavors of your feelings with this introduction to Emotional Alchemy.   Through color, animals, visualization, texture, sound and movement, you can begin to get to know your emotional body.   Gain awareness and begin building a toolkit for healthy emotional expression and regulation, with safety and non-violence at the core.

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  • Rocky Place

    Nicholas Day-Lewis

    £9.99

    Rocky Place is a street in coastal Wintersea. The residents are indeed in 'rocky places'. Quentin and Lyn move there from Melbourne to give their marriage a fresh start. They are daggers drawn with next door Rick and Cathy and their friends, Peter and Tess. The 'pure' young love between William, Quentin and Lyn's son, and Jodi, Peter and Tess

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  • Jump Rocky Jump

    Rocky Taylor

    £12.99

    Jump, Rocky, Jump tells the remarkable story of Britain's most famous stuntman, Rocky Taylor, who fell into stunt work and landed on his feet.   Whether downstairs or up gantries, burning like stubble or as a stunt double for Hollywood royalty, Rocky Taylor has been falling ever since.   But he hits the ground running every time, screen-punching f

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  • Prayers for Bobby

    James Martin

    £5.99

    James Martin, growing up in halcyon Sydney in the 1970's, had never heard the name 'Bobby Fischer'. And yet, when this most controversial, both fêted and maligned, and much loved American won the World Chess Championship against incumbent Boris Spassky of Russia, in Reykyavik, Iceland in 1972, he was, having singlehandedly done what neither Napoleon or Hitler could do-annex Moscow-in the words of

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  • Guilt-Edged

    Roy Smith

    £12.99

    On the surface, Ramsgate Street looks like any other working-class neighbourhood in post-war London. Family, friends and neighbours exchange gossip on front steps, chat over warming cups of tea or chase kids away from their prize roses. However, behind the closed doors of the small terraced houses, all the everyday dramas of life play out. Lou, Alan and their son Michael are doing fine. Lou is th

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  • Will To Win

    Eric Grounds

    £9.99

    In 1974, British Army intelligence expert and Olympic fencer, Edward Davidson receives a desperate call from his Irish informant; but when he tries to meet, he narrowly survives an IRA ambush. Years later, Edward moves in higher circles at the very heart of the intelligence community. He becomes involved in trying to track an IRA arms shipment and the men responsible for the Mountbatten killing a

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  • The Survivors

    Daniel Evans

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    Xander is sixteen. He lives in a crumbling building in the Estate with a small group of others. As far as they know, they are the only survivors. Xander and his best friend Vicky are Scavengers - they have to scavenge simply to stay alive in the unforgiving heat and the bleak landscape. Xander has an urgent desire to explore the endless desert Wastelands in the distance. He manages to persuade Ky

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  • Life in Police Custody: Thoughts and Images

    Michael John

    £10.99

    There are some things that we do in life Sometimes to earn a living Sometimes for pleasure  But in doing so we often feel or witness pain We remain humble in order to provide for our families Our compliance merely to prevent feelings of disdain This is not intended to offend, shock or offer abuse Just an honest set of opinions

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  • Tales of the Moon

    Wynn Johnson

    £7.99

    Wynn Johnson takes us on a journey of discovery through his fascinating life starting with his childhood in rural Kentucky in the mid-1950s through to the early 1990s in Columbus. His childhood alongside his large family is adventurous but filled with the simple pleasures of a rural village life. His neighbourhood is bursting with interesting and quirky characters, with lots of tales to tell. How

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  • The Seven

    Erin Curran

    £9.99

    Do you remember Thursday's child, Friday's child and the rest? That's who the Seven are, all with individual special abilities which are related to their own day of birth. How do they interact with those who aren't part of their special group? And what do those normal humans think about the Seven? Thursday's child has far to go. But how far will she go to protect the other mem

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  • The Boy in Black

    Joshua Pomykala

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    Fighting for Hitler on the Russian Front was the last thing many a blue-eyed 'Aryan' boy ever wanted to do. So, what's a nice Jewish boy doing there, in his Wehrmacht uniform?   For Johan, he was just a boy who wanted to be nice. Instead, the outbreak of war forced him to escape his identity. He must make himself fight, and even kill, if he wants to keep his secret. Clinging to

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