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Our Hearts Still Sing: A Book of Readings and Reflections

by Peter Millar

A collection of daily readings designed to help us reconnect with the energies of God and to centre our lives upon things that ultimately matter.


The Black Madonna

by Peter Millar

In ruins on the outskirts of Gaza, a plucky young female archaeologist has made a remarkable find: possibly the earliest known image of the Virgin Mary, created during her lifetime. But before she can reveal...


All Gone to Look for America

by Peter Millar

As the Bush era draws to a close there is unprecedented interest in an America on the cusp of change.


Slow Train to Guantanamo: A Rail Odyssey Through Cuba in the Last Days of the Castros

by Peter Millar

Award-winning journalist Peter Millar jumps aboard a railway system that was once the pride of Latin America – and now a crippled casualty case – to undertake a railway odyssey the length of Cuba in the dying...


An Iona Prayer Book

by Peter Millar

This attractively simple prayer book reflects the distinctive Celtic character of daily worship at Iona Abbey. Outlines are given for morning, midday and evening prayer for every day of the week - each day having...


The Shameful Suicide of Winston Churchill

by Peter Millar

The book begins in Downing Street but not as we know it:  the year is 1949, the Allied Powers’ advance on Moscow in the wake of Nazi defeat has failed.  Stalin’s tanks are rumbling through London and Winston...


1989 the Berlin Wall

by Peter Millar

Peter Millar was in the middle of the event, literally: caught in Checkpoint Charlie between bemused East German border guards and drunk western revellers prematurely celebrating the end of an era.