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The Age of Rage  

THE AGE OF RAGE

by

J P Cross

 

Gurkhas, Gorkhas and Nepal in the post War World 1947 - 2008

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Days Like This

 

Days Like This

By

Nicholas Owen

 

An exhilarating half century working in the Press and TV.

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the fame of the name

 

 

The Fame of the Name

by

J P Cross

 

How there is much more to the Gurkha than sheer courage

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if only these walls could speak

 

If Only These Walls Could Speak

by

Alan Hamblin

 

The true story of life in an orphanage

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The Restless Quest

The Restless Quest

by

J.P. Cross

 

How Britain’s connection with the Gurkhas began.

 

Commended by Joanna Lumley

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Circles and Curves

 

Circles & Curves

by

Mary Vivian Kernick

 

A new collection for anyone who reads poetry to enjoy.

 

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Begging Dogs and Happy Pigs

 

Begging Dogs and Happy Pigs

by

Jason Clark

 

What is life really like in Cuba 50 years after Fidel Castro’s revolution?

 

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Just a Gardner

 

 

Just a Gardener

by

F S (Joe) Winstanley

 

Just a Gardener tells the story of how, for young Edmond Brassington, learning of the miraculous way in which a seed changes from a hard knobbly little ball into a flower or vegetable is the spark that brings his special talent to life. It gave him not just a job but an abiding satisfying interest to last him all his days

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sally bones

 

Sally Bone

by

Sheila Fields

 

At the age of four Sally finds herself in the wrong carriage on a train of evacuees, and ends up in a little village called Chrishall. Churchill’s victory speech was the first true disaster in Sally’s life. It meant she had to leave her little Paradise and return to a world she had not known for six years. But although living far away, she promised that one day she would tell the World about her wartime friends.

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With Compliments, Adolf and Hermann

by

Norman Burtenshaw

 

A magic blend of laughter and sadness, comedy and disaster, with brilliant descriptions of war time life on the ground and in the air.

 

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An Island Sanctuary

by

SV (Joe) Diggle

 

An Island Sanctuary is an emotional and evocative story, set mainly in and around the island of Lindisfarne just off the Northumbrian coast.

 

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A Pilot at Wimbledon

The Memoirs

of

Air Chief Marshal Sir Brian Burnett GCB, DFC, AFC

 

Not content with having retired from the RAF as an Air Chief Marshal, Sir Brian Burnett embarked on a second career as Chairman of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, presiding over Wimbledon for ten years. This book offers a treasure trove of information about what goes on behind the scenes.

 

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Mary Joyce

A Novel

John Clare’s Muse

by

Russell C. Carter

 

Although Mary Joyce was a key figure in the life of John Clare (1793 – 1864), said by many to be England’s greatest nature poet, very little is known about her beyond what the poet himself has told us. This novel paints a picture of Mary’s life designed to appeal not just to John Clare enthusiasts but to readers who have never heard of him.

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A Holiday Read of Short Stories

by

Blanche White

 

Ideal for the reader who wants to pick up a book for a spare hour or two, A Holiday Read consists of ten short stories, all packed with so much fascinating detail about the setting, the characters and their situations...

 

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Flabbergasting Foibles and other Flippancies

A collection of Poems & Short Stories

by

Duffy Noë

 

Flabbergasting Foibles and other Flippancies is a collection of poems and short stories that should delight those of all ages who are fond of words and the patterns that can be produced by them or the way in which they can fill your imagination with wild and bizarre images...

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Number Eighteen

Blue Sailing

Stranded

A Trilogy by

Joe Winstanley

 

At the age of thirteen George Eefamy runs away to sea from his home in Poole, Number Eighteen, in order to escape from a tyrannical Victorian household...

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The Wild Knight

by

Geoffrey Humphrys

 

This historical novel tells the tumultuous story of King James IV of Scotland. Starting in 1488 when the 16 year old Prince James discovers that his father has been murdered in a clash with conspiring nobles, he enforces his royal authority through sheer determination and becomes a courageously triumphant jousting champion, acclaimed as The Wild Knight...

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Rule Britannia

by

by Bryan Kelly

 

Rule Britannia is the down-to earth story of a young man doing his best for ‘King and Country’ and what remained of the British Empire in the 1950s. The antics of young soldiers making the most of their time in a foreign land are related with honesty and dry humour...

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Tich’s Tale

as recorded by

Derek Rowland

 

This is the tale of the humorous escapades and adventures of George ‘Tich’ Dolman, countryman, poacher and gardener, in and around the Essex villages of Havering-atte-Bower and Stapleford Abbots, barely 15 miles from the centre of London. By way of complete contrast, Tich also recalls some of the horrors he suffered during the Second World War...

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Born on a Sheaf of Straw

by

Brian Edkins

 

Based on the true story of Josefa, a young Lithuanian girl who embarked on what many thought an impossible journey – a trek across war-ravaged Europe with her baby in a pram to try to find her beloved Pierre. Caught up in the fighting between the retreating Germans and the Red Army, it was a journey many did not survive...

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Silks, Soaks and Certainties

by

Bob Butchers

 

This light-hearted look at the racing scene, illustrated with many pictures, will appeal to all who are racing ‘buffs’ and many who are not...

 

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There Are No Bad Children

by

Jane Teverson

 

This book is a must for anyone involved with children in any way.

 

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A - I’m an Armourer

B - I’m an Armourer

by

Dave Jackson

 

A - I’m an Armourer  B - I’m an Armourer is an enjoyable romp through the life, and loves, of an RAF Armourer through to his retirement after 38 years in ‘Her Majesty’s Employ’, popularly called ‘The Royal Air Force’.

 

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