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5×5 Sudoku for Beginners – Christopher Thomas

This is the first edition of 5×5 Sudoku for Beginners. Suitable for older children and adults who want to gain some experience solving these great 5×5 puzzles. With more volumes of puzzles to come and puzzles of a greater difficulty, this book will prepare you for what lies ahead. Contains 200 puzzles to challenge and…
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Two Spooky Paranormal Tales from Wales – Michael Christopher Carter

Could the truth kill them all? “Complete heartstopper” – Leafylea When struggling dad, David Webb, survives a vicious attack from an unknown creature in the woods, his fears swiftly turn to his flirty neighbour whom he believes might not have been so fortunate. Calling the police only serves to place him firmly at the top…
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BRAND NEW: Orphans of the Storm – Arabella Seymour

Two generations come together to solve a trio of vintage mysteries The paths of two different generations of women are fated to cross when researcher Rhiannon Harrowdine, fact-gathering for a book, traces the elderly widow of Battle of Britain pilot Harry Sartain. The Sartains once lived at Green Court, now an imposing country house health…
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Book Marketing for Self Published Authors

We specialise in helping self published authors with book marketing. Authors are curious to know if the book marketing methods used for self-published authors differ from those used by publishing houses. There are a few subtle differences but on the whole the process is the same. We do have to of course consider the budget…
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Billy Old, Arizona Ranger – Geff Moyer

“Great historical fiction with great storytelling” – Isham Nelson “Entertaining as well as informative” – Tony G In this historical novel, Billy Old and Jeff Kidder were Arizona Rangers at the turn of the twentieth century and best friends. In 1908, while acting in the line of duty, Kidder was murdered by five crooked Mexican policemen….
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ORANIT: CROSSED LINES – MICHAEL BENJAMIN

“Fiction that doesn’t hide the pain of the past” – JoJo Maxson Israelis and Palestinians cooperate to make a difficult situation worse Good people, doing bad things for the best of reasons A complex murder investigation of a complicated set of murders starts when an Arab collaborator’s body is found by a collapsed wall in…
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