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Jamaica Quay – Robert Swann

The final part of the Simon Hunter story following the explosive events of Smoke and Tranquillity, Robert Swann’s Jamaica Quay concludes the globe-trotting adventure series in suitably bombastic fashion. Constantly trying to shake off the persistent government agencies trying to keep him in check while also being on the receiving end of a mad revolutionary’s…
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PublishingPush – Published Book Example

Although we started as book marketing company and that is still our speciality – we now publish books for authors. We offer complete publishing packages that cover editing, formatting, cover design, illustration, ISBN numbers and everything else needed to produce a professional book which is available globally digitally and in paperback.

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Triumph of the Will? – David Lewis

This is the true story of an eminent German doctor and a Jewish psychic who transformed a purposeless drifter into one of the 20th century’s most merciless tyrants. Dr Edmund Robert Forster first met Hitler in October 1918 when he used hypnosis while treating him for hysterical blindness. Clairvoyant and media tycoon Erik Jan Hanussen,…
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SeaBEAN Trilogy – Sarah Holding

“What if you could walk into a high-tech, wired classroom with a passel of eager kids and head off to anyplace on the planet, taking the classroom with you? That’s the premise of SeaBEAN, a fine sci-fi environmental fantasy.” – Joe Follansbee SeaBEAN: the Trilogy, a fast-paced time travel story aimed at the middle grade…
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Smile of the Stowaway – Tony Bassett

“A problem that could happen to anyone makes the reader asked himself “what would I do in this situation?”” – Kulula A married couple, a stranger from far away and a murder that rocks their lives. Desperate to reach England, a bedraggled immigrant clings precariously beneath a couple’s motor home as they cross the Channel….
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Morgan Merryweather and the Cloak of One Thousand Stars – C E Child

“Great characters that are very believable. The book also has the added bonus of yummy vegan treats, must try the chocolate cake!!” – Michael Lieberum Excerpt Suddenly the doorbell rang. He was early, Morgan thought as she pulled the heavy door open to reveal an extremely tall dark-haired man dressed like he was in a…
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The Madness of Grief – Panayotis Cacoyannis

“Amazing piece of mesmerizing fiction.” – Yvonne Glasgow “I loved the novel’s strangeness.” – Dimian On the point of falling in love with her best friend Karl, Jane discovers that there’s more to her father’s spectacular girlfriend than at first meets the eye. In the sweltering heat of a fast-moving evening, other revelations quickly follow,…
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