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The United Smiths of America – Jon Voss

A high octane thriller that will keep you guessing until the last minute, The United Smiths of America is destined to become the next great suspense ride.  Author Jon Voss elevates the action to the stratosphere, leaving you gasping for air and reaching for the next page. Get rich… or die trying. Ten American strangers…
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The Misper – Bea Davenport

“A sympathetic exploration of the difficulties of teenage friendship – torn between being cool and being kind – with an appeal that goes beyond the teenage market.” – Lorna Fitzpatrick   Anna’s found the perfect friend in Zoe: she’s cool, she’s smart, she’s goth, she’s gorgeous. If only geeky Kerry would stop hanging around and…
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Uncommon Enemy – John Reynolds

In this exciting alternative history Nazi Germany is the 1941 victor of World War II and, together with all her enemies occupies the democratic nation of New Zealand. “Well written, gives food for thought and interesting. The plot is good the characters are well thought out. I highly recommend it.” – Patsy Wolf  Initially the…
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Jack Dawkins; being the further adventures of the Artful Dodger – Terry Ward

The Artful Dodger’s back, and this time he might turn out to be the hero! “This is a cracking, good read that evokes the spirit of Charles Dickens.  Everyone will know someone who will love this book.  Highly recommended.” – Barry Peter Dicks Click here to contact us for a review copy of Jack Dawkins After…
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OUT NOW: Sigi and the Italian Girl – Stephen Hale

“A poignant and vibrant exploration of love, betrayal, remorse and joy.” “Thoughtful, entertaining and moving exploration of how war, occupation and repression can devastate the beauty of humanity and nature. And how time, forgiveness and even new love can only partly redeem us in the end.” – David Lodly Click here to contact us for a…
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Spiral – Leslie Jones

“One of the best books I’ve ever read” Natalia Richards Sometimes everything isn’t enough For Frank Armstrong, the dawn of the 1960’s opened the doors to the Promised Land.  He had smart clothes, a flash car, and the girl, who happened to be the Boss’s daughter.  With his foot firmly on the corporate ladder, rapid…
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