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This is the first edition of 5×5 Sudoku for Beginners. Suitable for older children and adults who want to gain some experience solving these great 5×5 puzzles. With more volumes of puzzles to come and puzzles of a greater difficulty, this book will prepare you for what lies ahead. Contains 200 puzzles to challenge and […]

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“This was a endearing tale for me, I liked the flow of the story and the progression of characters as they entered the story and grew… A very good book.” – JA Armstrong “This book is an eye opening commentary of the morals and standards of the twenty first century.” – Caprice Telemachus  was a first place winner […]

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How organisations benefit from a culture of bullying and harassment and a practical guide on how to be a bigger Bully   “Intelligent, funny and passionately heart-felt. A book about work-place bullying for the twenty-first century.” Social critique and anti self-help manual this is a comic examination of how the work place Bully goes about […]

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“If you are seriously interested in the problem of oversupply of dogs, I would suggest you read this important essay.” – J. Stephens, animal behaviourist, Ireland ‘Barking up the wrong tree’ provides a thought-provoking examination of the misunderstandings surrounding animal welfare and challenges the way we think about the situation of our four-legged friends. Why […]

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“Very enjoyable and recommended!” – Suchea Contact us to obtain a copy of the book for review by clicking here. “Have recommended to friends, family and school.” – Elaine Martin Arvor is a dragon – a very nice dragon – but he has problems at school. He is bad at spelling, bad at games, bad at flying, […]

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“This is a thriller that satisfies on a number of different levels.” – John Paine On a cold January morning Reece Culver gets a visit from a woman seeking answers to the mystery of her mother’s disappearance. Intrigued by her story he agrees to help and soon travels to the mid-west to search for clues. […]

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It is no surprise to find that Cheryl Koevoet is a successfully published author, after all she has had quite the journey of a lifetime that lead to her writing! Cheryl grew up in Portland, Oregan before travelling to the sunnier south to study graphic design/communications in California. Many years before writing the Carnelian trilogy, […]

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TRICKED! The Story of an Internet Scam. A distinguished professor of physics has been divorced for several years and seeks a suitable companion using an internet dating service. For eleven weeks he is certain that he is communicating with an attractive model when he is actually being manipulated by a gang of drug-smuggling criminals. After […]

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Pithily written by war veteran Alan Higgins, ‘You’re In the Navy Now’ is a fascinating novel which would appeal to those with an interest in the Second World War. Higgins’ account of the War is told through the eyes of a teenager, evoking powerful emotions within us as we celebrate the bravery of the soldiers […]

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The Next Day by: Milt Mays Genres: Thriller, paranormal, sci-fi 395 Pages Release date: November 10, 2014 ***** Top secret bio-warfare after 9/11 changes an American geneticist and an Iraqi jihadist into the next evolution of man, one evil and one good, and their end game will decide the fate of the human race. Alex […]

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