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Cover Stories – Richard Easter

Eight Classic Songs Remixed as Short Stories A new kind of book that takes some of pop’s greatest tracks and “covers” them as short stories. So would you like to find out… What does it take to join Ed Sheeran’s A Team? Where The Beatles’ Dear Prudence went out to play? Who David Bowie’s Major Tom really was, and how he…
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The Songwriting Magic Formula – Paul Wright

A shortcut to melody creation You may have read books on songwriting. Perhaps you’ve seen such questions as; “Where do I start?” “How do I write a song?” “How do I progress a melody?” You may have seen these usual recycled, generic answers; “Write a song every 2 days during the month of February.” “Persevere.”…
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OUT NOW! – Hang Time – Gavin Watterson

Anyone.  Anywhere.  Anytime.  Any Ability “The 28-day program is intelligently designed, and the wisdom Gavin has gained from creating workouts for 1000s of clients over the years is evident on every page.” – Dan Roberts, creator of Methodology X From the author that brought you the incredible accelerated FAT LOSS program Ripped in 28 Days 28…
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COMING SOON: Edward the 3rd Lord Suffield – Richard Harbord

NORFOLK’S MOST RADICAL PEER Edward Lord Suffield broke the suffocating mould of the aristocracy in the early 1800s. They had become locked into confrontation with ‘the masses’ out of fear of the revolution. Edward looked to wider horizons to break the deadlock so he supported Parliamentary reform in the Upper House of Parliament but he…
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ROAD TO MANDALAY – ROLF RICHARDSON

OUT NOW! When Max and Alexei witness a skiing death in the French Alps, their suspicions are stirred.   But when Gudrun, the victim’s partner, shares the finer details of this horrible accident their worries are quashed. Some weeks later, however, when Gudrun unexpectedly contacts the pair, she explains that The Stockmann Institute, a mysterious, Oslo-based…
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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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COMING SOON: Thinking Outside the Lunchbox – Sue Jamieson

NEVER BE STUCK FOR A TASTY TREAT AGAIN CLICK HERE TO CONTACT US FOR YOUR ADVANCE REVIEW COPY NOW Sue Jamieson combined a lifelong love of good, simple, healthy food with the personal experience gained from over 7 years of private and business lunchtime catering, and over 3,000 egg mayo sandwiches later, this book is…
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