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The Memoir of a Schizophrenic – Karl Lorenz Willett

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This is the extraordinary story of Karl’s life; an ordinary man with a controlled mental health problem   “27th December 1991 This book contains my self-portrait in the form of text.  It conveys what it is like to live at the edge of human experience and to wrestle with spiritual thoughts, darkness and light, reason…
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Damned if I Don’t – Ant Richards

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“Another excellent book from Ant Richards… Damned If I Don’t is thrilling, witty, funny and intriguing.” – Iris DAMNED IF I DO Recovering unexpectedly after a long illness can be hard to accept.  A painful decision made over a decade ago eventually has its consequences.  A life-changing opportunity missed can lead to bitter disappointment.  Settling…
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Here I Am Lord – Alan T. Black

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“Alan’s sincerity is reflected in his work” – Sashine Here I Am Lord is a book comprised of 35 essays written and posted as blog posts over a two-year period.  It is a refreshing alternative to conventional ‘daily devotion’ ensembles, and is ideal for the Christian who likes to read without a specific schedule in…
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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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AVAILABLE NOW: Girl Without A Voice – @ChrisBridge313

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When you don’t speak the world is a very different place   Robbed of speech and ignored, Leah exists on the margins.  Then Patrick arrives Bullied as a child by her siblings, Leah is so traumatised that she loses the power of speech. Being mute has made her acutely observant, so years later she notices…
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The Scarlet Promise – Sangeeta Kathuria – ARC AVAILABLE NOW

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‘An invisible red thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place or circumstance. This invisible red thread will never break and you will either find your way back to me somehow, or me to you.’  This is the promise that Jack makes to Esha at the end of their precious week…
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COMING SOON: The Irritating Zen Master – Graham Norman

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Zen Master Udo is really irritating, and dangerous too when the razors fly, but can you help but love him? Well, maybe, perhaps, after enough Fiery Jack to blow your brains onto the ceiling. His pupil, Crudo Bhappat, is never sure but at least he has the consolation of being married to the lovely Jasmintha…
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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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