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The Exchange: A Story of Deceit
Broughton, Anthony J
The Exchange is a gripping story of robbery, murder and deceit. Playboys, thieves, corrupt policemen, ex-mercenaries and manipulative women have become tangled in a web of lies, but who will survive..? A fast-paced page-turner from Anthony J Broughton, this book will keep fans of the thriller genre on their toes with each twist and turn.
Categories: Fiction / Thrillers
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City of Myths, River of Dreams: Overland from the Barbary Coast to the Gulf of Guinea
Marr, James
In his Toyota 4x4, with his wife and two friends, James Marr heads overland in the foosteps of 18th and 19th century explorers. Along the way he loses his passport in the sand, ruptures his fuel tank, fortifies his suspension with a pair of flip-flops and ponders if West Africa has become any more hospitable...
Categories: Travel / General
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Rwanda Yesterday
Bamurangirwa, Patricia
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Netherhall Gardens Full Circle
Patrick, Carl
The third and final part of the Netherhall Gardens trilogy brings the adventure to a thrilling conclusion as Mark, our young, handsome and sexually liberated hero, becomes the target of a stalker.
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The King's Dogge: The Story of Francis Lovell
Green, Nigel
<div>Set in an England beset by power wrangling and warfare at the end of the 15th century, The King’s Dogge (the first of a two book series) tells of Francis Lovell’s meteoric rise from humble squire to closest ally of King Richard III. </div><div><br></div><div><br></div>
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Sequestered in Harmony: Sonnets and other poems
McCracken, Alan
These poems, some in free verse, but mainly sonnets written in traditional metre and rhythm, with simple imagery, are mostly easily understood and hopefully enjoyed. Many of them are inspired by sadness, but there is also delight, surprise and joy here, as well as a precious hope.
Categories: Poetry / General
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A Psychologist's Childhood: At the dawn of cognitive behaviour therapy
Smith, G. Alan
A clinical psychologist, describes his own personal experience of social anxiety disorder and depression, which developed during his teenage years but recovered in early adulthood. He looks back on this episode, observing with wry humour the treatments available at that time.
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I Can't Wait To Be On TV!
Simmons, Joy
I Can’t Wait To Be On TV! is the story of four animal runaways who travel together in search of fame and fortune, in an X Factor style animal ‘TV Talent Contest’.Â
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Outside Looking In
Clark, Audrey
Have you ever bared your soul? Have you ever tried to be so honest it hurts? Then Outside Looking In will strike a chord.
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A Glimpse of Paradise
Wingfield, Christopher
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