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Choose to Climb – Geraldine Mair

From local supermarket worker, to best-selling author Geraldine (Nicol) Mair was born in 1968 and raised in a working-class Troon family, the youngest of three girls. She enjoyed a pretty normal and happy upbringing attending St Patricks primary school and Queen Margaret Academy. She married Derek Mair in 1990 and their son, Christopher, has been…
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COMING SOON: The Making of Heroes – Jim Wolfe

Background As with so many, knowledge of Jim Wolfe’s childhood and background is sketchy. We’re pretty sure he was born (splice assisted? Who knows?) around AV403, but his early life is a closed book. We understand however his interest in the V-Cities began in childhood. His first known writing (from around AV421) was titled ‘A…
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The Judas Deception – Mike Scott

Betrayal has never been so deadly “A great conspiracy story set in Cambridge and Rome” – Paulina Lowe CLICK HERE TO CONTACT US TO REQUEST A REVIEW COPY OF THE JUDAS DECEPTION A Cambridge don is dead, his student stands accused of the murder. The boy’s father turns to his old friend, Professor Daniel Huxley for…
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NEW RELEASE: Threads in Time – Hannah De Giorgis

“Time was not the thing that I, or anyone else, had always thought it was.” “Time was never some regular thread of sequence; it was never the perpetual tick of seconds, minutes, hours, days, and years…” Twenty-two-year-old Lyndall Huxley wakes to find herself thousands of years into the future. Something went wrong with the programme…
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Jamaica Quay – Robert Swann

The final part of the Simon Hunter story following the explosive events of Smoke and Tranquillity, Robert Swann’s Jamaica Quay concludes the globe-trotting adventure series in suitably bombastic fashion. Constantly trying to shake off the persistent government agencies trying to keep him in check while also being on the receiving end of a mad revolutionary’s…
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SeaBEAN Trilogy – Sarah Holding

“What if you could walk into a high-tech, wired classroom with a passel of eager kids and head off to anyplace on the planet, taking the classroom with you? That’s the premise of SeaBEAN, a fine sci-fi environmental fantasy.” – Joe Follansbee SeaBEAN: the Trilogy, a fast-paced time travel story aimed at the middle grade…
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