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Little Molly

by Rosemarie Smith

This is a true story of Molly, who by the age of four had suffered so many beatings and experienced so much sexual abuse that she suffered from an enormous fear of human contact. In a period of six years among...


The Witches of Barrow Wood

by Kenneth Balfour

Whomsoever reads this book, shall be haunted by The Witches of Barrow Wood - forever.


Molly II

by Rosemarie Smith

Molly II' is the sequel to 'Little Molly' the true story of a little girl who suffered so many beatings and experienced so much sexual abuse that she suffered from an enormous fear of human contact. In Molly...


Stand By To Surface

by Ian Franklin

It is the mid 1960’s – the crew of HMS ORCA are off again. Scruffy and bearded; their lives on board the submarine are cramped, claustrophobic, damp, dirty and they smell continuously of diesel. Food and...


The First Santa

by Andrew Steed

The First Santa is a brilliant journey that celebrates the wonder, magic and mystery of being alive. When a 9-year-old boy discovers the tooth fairy may be a sham, he questions the existence of the jolly old...


Gorilla Marketing: Birth of a Low-Cost Airline

by Tony Anderson

Gorilla Marketing is the insider story of how a maverick, orange start-up airline founded by Stelios Haji-Ioannou took on the might of Europe’s aviation giants in a marketing war of attrition and emerged victorious....


Top Secrets - Confidential Revelations from the Life of the UK's Leading Private Detective

by Stephen Hayes

The anticipated final book in the Biggest Gang in Britain trilogy. Moving on from the brutally honest accounts of police work during the 1960s and 1970s to the private detective sector of the 1980s and 1990s....


Zero Red - An Eddie Zero Novel

by Francis Young

Sold out Rock Concerts in Rome, Amsterdam and London. A spell in Wormwood Scrubs jail. A potential Indian arranged marriage. The back streets of Rome. London buses. A random ventriloquist. The occasional drug...


The John Reddisson Saga - My Later Years

by Freddy Johnson

Following on from ‘My Early Life’, we observe John Reddisson from thirty-five to eighty (1968-2013). Initially, he spends three memorable years as the British Liaison Officer to a Soviet Military Mission...


Godstone - The Kairos Boxes

by G.A. Williams

It is Christmas in England and Jacob is ecstatic when Rachel agrees to go on a date. Life apparently has reached its zenith. However, this joy proves to be short-lived when Jacob's uncle, a university professor,...


The Vampyre Quartet

by G.P. Taylor

You will come to know hell better than most, Jago. I have waited all these years for you to come back to this town. England, 1940: Britain is entrenched in war with the Germans when young Jago is evacuated from...


Hangman's Got The  Blues

by John Featherstone

Retreating in shame to the grim northern town he grew up in, Motown Cop star Luke Heslin just couldn't resist the charms of the lady he met that August afternoon. Rebecca had been wronged and had revenge burning...


Little Boat Big Ocean

by Alan Rush

This is the true account of a young man’s journey, sailing his 21 foot, wooden boat single-handed over 7,000 miles. Over a period of seven years, he set off from British Columbia in the spring of 1979 and...


Children In Her Shadow

by Keith Pearson

Ruth leaves Wales to serve the war effort, firstly in Cardiff and then in Blackpool. But the moment she meets Edward who is on the rebound from Sarah, she is out of her depth and unable to resist his advances....


How to Work Wonders

by Liggy Webb

The ultimate guide to Workplace Wellness - We are increasingly defined by our work. It's what takes up most of our time. It's where we get to employ most of our talents. It's where we experience some of our...


Feet Up by the Pool - How to Finance the Rest of Your Life: A DIY Guide to Saving and Investment

by Jo Welman

Have you ever worried about affording a timely and comfortable retirement? Or considered what saving and investment advice you should give your children as they grow up in an ever-changing financial climate?...


The Transdyne Awakening

by Chris Betts

The Transdyne Corporation are creators of highly intelligent synthetic beings. ‘Trans’ have become so sophisticated that they have begun to develop the capacity for independent thought. The ‘highbreeds’...


When Iron Gates Yield To Freedom

by Martin Ward & Dr Janice S. Lockwood

Orphaned from the age of four, once Irish Martin PA Ward reached sixteen years of age, those high wrought iron gates belonging to Artane, with its harsh and abusive regime, could no longer hold him. Blighted...


The Godsons Inheritance

by Paul Gait

A Cheltenham born multimillionaire lies in a Gloucestershire burial ground. The legacy he has left his Godsons will change them forever. But the lives of the ‘Scarecrow’, ‘Lion’ and ‘Tin man’ are blighted...


Sometime Like Apes

by J C Denham

When Caliban wakes up, shackled and monstrous, he remembers nothing. The shadowy world of the circus he now inhabits and the bleak, unobtainable landscape beyond are alien to him. He finds himself horribly deformed...