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Isaac Montgomery Trilogy – Steven Anthony

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BOOKS TWO & THREE COMING SOON Click here to contact us for a review copy of Book One – For the Love of Beth For the Love of Beth Isaac must do what needs to be done.  His life will depend on it. A man’s journey to find happiness, plagued by misfortune and a temptation…
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Timinology – Tim Leach

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How to manage your thoughts, live a happy life, embrace mindfulness and learn to love yourself “This book covers a multitude of daily habits that we, as humans, manage to get decidedly wrong.  As someone who has, for most of his life, found himself on the wrong side of the happiness fence, in this book…
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Conspiracy – Larry Jeram-Croft

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“Fast paced, believable thriller with high level conspiracies thrown in” – Ian The terrorist attack in New York on 9/11 starts a chain reaction that alters the balance of power in the Middle East. Jon Hunt, having left command of the Formidable and newly promoted to Commodore, is thrust into the midst of events just…
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The Sheriff’s Catch – James Vella-Bardon

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“Fast-paced, gripping and brutally honest” – Devaki 1588:  Abel de Santiago has deserted the army and all but avenged his murdered wife, when he is captured and sold as a galley slave.  As the Spanish Armada sails for England, there can be few souls on board more reluctant than him. After a crushing defeat to…
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Behind the Badge – Shelley Wade

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“The perfect balance of romance with some action” – Jessica Almeda Jackson Taylor is Director of the Los Angeles branch of the FBI.  His second in command is Ashley Haven.  Although the air crackles with electricity between them, so far they have managed to keep things professional.  But when a mission goes wrong and ends with Jackson…
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#1 IN KINDLE STORE MEMOIRS: Broken Lunch – Simon Dewhurst

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“Witty, hilarious and insightful” – Mark Prichard “We need more eccentrics like this in the world” – Mrs C Lomax Broken Lunch is an intimate and fast-moving memoir, recalling Simon Dewhurst’s privileged and eccentric upbringing in an upper-class English family, after the Second World War.  With no time for misery or self-flagellation, the narrative glides seamlessly…
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Sea Music – Briege Brannigan

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“Sea Music is a great story of mystery, beautifully told” – Rosemary C Mawby “An intriguing tale rich in suspense and revelations” – Paula James After a traumatic few months, artist Jess Cooper arrives in Northumberland to recuperate and to reassess her life.  Idly looking in an estate agent’s window, she is drawn to Sea…
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The Silence of Knowing – Jenny Jackson

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“A bit of history and a bit of mystery” – Tara 1952:  A small Kentish village seemingly little affected by the war years. 11-year-old Josie, dumb from birth and who communicates through her writing, is on the verge of puberty and life if the wider world.  It is a time of childhood innocence.  She and…
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CompTIA A+ Certification Guide & Network+ Study Guide – Matthew Bennett

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Excellent resources for anyone considering, or working towards, a career in the IT industry. Matthew Bennett is an award-winning trainer and author.  He is also an IT consultant and has been working with Enterprise systems, notably Microsoft platforms, for 20 years.   His two books, CompTIA A+ Certification Guide and Network+ Study Guide provide training that will help readers…
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A Balance of Evil – Douglas Renwick

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“A combination of well researched recent history, romance and good old fashioned story telling” – Roland M Warner Featuring the murky world of secret services, forbidden love, tragic decisions and a plea of redemption, A Balance of Evil is set against a background of real events, a fact that some readers may find disturbing. Gerald…
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