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  • Lucius Barca and the Gladiators' Rebellion

    Daniel Layton

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    100AD, Rome is a mixing pot of people and cultures from every corner of the empire. Emperor Augustus Caesar, loved by his people, spends his gold feeding and entertaining the masses. Rome is bustling with chariot races, public feasts and gladiatorial fights. The Spartan brothers have no equals in the Colosseum, having never been defeated. This is the world thirteen-year-old Lucius Barca grows up in w

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  • Avoiding the Autobahn

    Tony Straw

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    Returning home after years away, a reunion with old friends leads to newly-retired Kiwis Lee and Tony Straw setting off on a journey to Central Europe. The plan is to visit those friends in Berlin, but New Zealanders don't travel such long distances for just a single destination. So the journey grows. And grows. Their meanderings take them through San Francisco to Germany and several countries sharing a

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  • My Usual Table

    Charles Lander

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    Customers with their usual table at a restaurant have more than their fair share of problems. The manager Leo can help. These interconnecting stories, clever and intriguing, follow the fortunes of the customers and how they and their families react to the issues they face. A father who dies leaving a dysfunctional family with a problem they alone can solve - will they find the right solution? An over

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  • Control Freak

    Sean McGlynn

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    Josephine was a typical young woman looking for something to spice up her life, adventure, excitement, love? But that meant finding that special someone. She did, she found him in John. Not on a dating site, not on social media, not on the internet. She found him in the personal ads in her local newspaper. But then it doesn't matter how you find someone, it just matters that you do. He was the perfect gentlema

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  • Deadly Connections

    D J Arthur

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    David McPherson, a successful, middle-aged businessman, is startled one morning when he is contacted by a radical colleague from his student days, John Dempsey, who reminds him of his participation in a failed plot to disrupt a political meeting thirty years earlier. David, having been the only person to escape detection, feels pressured by the implicit, unspoken threat of being exposed, to assist Dempsey in an un

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  • The Beloved: The White Temple Trilogy

    T.White

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    The Beloved is a journey about things you were not taught, for words pale in comparison to the sounds of the Heavenly bodies, the chirp of a sparrow, the bubbling of a brook, the kiss of two lovers, or the beauty of the morning dew. Also the journey is about the Beloved, who found her only happiness in the Arcadian forest, where she could be alone. For truly she could hear the lute of Pan,

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  • The Conways at Earthsend

    Jane Deans

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    Every day is a battle for Joshua and Laura Conway. From devastating weather ravaging their farm and takeover threats from the energy company to the disappearance of a loved one; from pollution to the savage killing of an employee, their world spirals into an uncontrollable crisis. Can they trust their mysterious new neighbour, Uzza? And can she help them to survive as everything they've worked for begin

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  • Chase the Girl

    Anastasia McIntosh

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    ‘My blood had splattered all over the hallway walls like a Picasso painting.' Twenty-year-old Alexia-brilliant, wealthy, yet troubled-wakes up on the floor of her grand home to find herself alone, broken and embedded with a knife. Through the pain, she can't remember who she is or how she ended up stabbed and bloody. Waking up in the hospital, she is simultaneously comforted by Matt, the ma

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  • Opportunities

    Alexander Neilson

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    Asha is one of India's many polio victims, with nothing better than a pole to hop around his native Nagpur. Fate takes a hand in the form of Robert, businessman and philanthropist. Father of a disabled child, Robert is minded to help - with polio uppermost in his mind. Robert offers to fund an operation that could change Asha's life in ways he cannot imagine. For a

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  • The Unraveling of the Dawson City insider, 1997-99

    Christopher Ross

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    Government mistrust and corruption. Bear attacks. International border disputes. Captured outlaws. Economic collapse. All the stuff of big city newspapers and deep-rooted journalism, right? Wrong. Step back into the world of the Dawson City Insider, the Klondike's first weekly newspaper in over forty years. This true tale captures the e

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  • The Original - World at War

    Dennis Hunt

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    It is the 12th century, and the world is a dangerous place. The Khan with the Golden Horde are marching through village after village, killing their way across Asia and into Europe. There are empires such as the Ottoman and Holy Roman Empires seeking to expand their influence and there are ruthless leaders suppressing their people with utter brutality. Whether you are a little person or a powerful person, i

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  • The Painted Coat - Light Bob

    Colin MacIver

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    Light Bob is the story of a British regular soldier, Adam Truworthy, serving in 18th-century America. He is a Light Bob because, for forest warfare, his hair is cropped, his coat is shortened, and his equipment adapted. Before this, he fights under Braddock on the Monongahela and Abercromby at Ticonderoga. When he joins the Lights, his luck improves. After the successful relief of Fort Pitt, he is sent by C

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