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by Katie Gray
Pippsy and Jack fall into a convoluted crime once Again.
A seemingly straightforward case soon becomes anything but.
A wife who claims her husband has been kidnapped – or has he? And is she as naive as she appears?
Why is the husband making threatening noises at the pair?
Who are the couple who claim to be investigators, if in fact they are?
Pippsy and Jack have to team up with an acquaintance from a previous case. As usual, they need to use their wits more than once to keep ahead of the persons wishing them ill.
This is the fifth book in Katie Gray's 'Dead Series'.
by Amanda M Arnold
This collection of stories are wide ranging and broad based tales on many subjects. Some visit foreign countries and some are set nearer to the authors home in East Anglia.
There are quite a few murders and mysterious events as well as happier ones about a wedding and a barbecue.
by Jennifer Claire Robson
Export. Thrive. Change the World is a practical guide for small business owners who would like to export but are unsure how.
Jennifer addresses the major concerns she has encountered whilst working with small business owners including Brexit. Then shares her seven steps to export success. Jennifer intends to provide business owners with all the tools and resources necessary to export.
by Jenny Ford.
The plane lands. With excitement and anticipation Gabriella steps onto British soil, the first destination of her journey.
Never having left her hometown in Southern Italy, Positano, before, she had always dreamt of this moment.
Sharing a room with complete strangers in a hostel, not knowing whether they get on, was scary, exciting, and a whole new experience for Gabriella.
As they travelled from country to country Gabriella could have never imagined what was about to happen. What was in store for Gabriella on this amazing adventure of a lifetime?
by Sara Shebear
Gerald, a shy, introverted boy, had become separated from the rest of his family in Potterton Grange Enchanted Woodland.
Wracked with worry that he might never see his family again and he might die in the wood all alone, his fears were dissolved after meeting a series of very magical trees and receiving a special gift from each of them.
by Louise Hampton.
Do you have low back pain but are unsure how you could help yourself?
Do you struggle to put your shoes and socks on?
Has your back got worse over time?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then this is the book for you.
This book will empower you to:
▪ Understand back pain, from a physical point of view
▪ Find out how important your mental health is in aiding your recovery
▪ Recognise and avoid the everyday activities that aggravate your back
▪ Identify aspects of your life which could be contributing towards your back pain
▪ Use different products and try different exercises to help your low back
▪ Know how and when to seek further advice.
by Jackie Jarvis
Busy business owner and coach, Jackie Jarvis, shares her personal journey In Pursuit of Slow with honesty and humour. Reaching a point in her life when she felt an urge to slow down and be truer to her heart’s desire, she found that the struggle with herself was the biggest challenge of all.
She writes about what many of us, living busy, fast paced lives feel. She touches on what deep down we all have the greatest longing for but at the same time afraid to reach out for, afraid to give ourselves permission to have.
As Jackie listens to ‘The Voice of Slow’ and what it has to say to her, you will be inspired to follow her path to slowing down, stressing less and enjoying life more.
Read slowly to appreciate the important messages here for you.
by Matt Wash.
Mrs Tripplehorn is a primary school teacher and the day has come for her to retire. Being her favourite teacher, she hands Mr Shaw a dusty little box as a goodbye gift.
On the first day back after the summer holidays, Mr Shaw is desperately searching his desk for a paperclip and is relieved to find one in the dusty box.
The reason Mrs Tripplehorn was so sure he would be grateful for this gift then becomes clear to Mr Shaw, as the school year ahead of him is packed full of twists and turns, surprises and a large sprinkling of magic.
There is one huge problem though. The school bad boy, Billy Coles, overhears a conversation between Mrs Tripplehorn and Mr Shaw. She tells him to NEVER go into the bottom compartment of the box – EVER!
Obviously, Billy decides that he must find out what she means…and that is when the trouble really does begin!
by Ann Farrant.
The emotional effect of losing a sibling can result in severe trauma for a child. This book provides advice and guidance.
Speedy's Adventure (kindle)
by Sara Shebear.
Speedy was an ambitious mouse. She did not want to be stuck in her cage, with her dull sisters. She wanted to get out and see the world!
Speedy’s boy was very upset when he found Speedy had escaped from her cage. He never lost hope that she would return to him.
He tries to set up traps to catch her however she was too smart for that. As a final attempt to catch her, her boy put the cage down on the floor before he went out.
Would she return to him? Would she be in the cage when he returned home?
by Frederick Freeman
Most citizens are well aware that the world is run rather badly by those in power – the politicians – who are in many cases democratically elected. Time and time again democracy fails to protect the ordinary citizen and exhibits dangerous and damaging flaws. Yet, it is often held up as the model of how best to govern.
This pamphlet presents facts and arguments that highlight exactly why democracy just isn’t very good and is no more than the best of a bad bunch of options.
However, this pamphlet also contains hope. It expresses the belief that there is a vastly better way to run the world for those who take the trouble to look for ways to do it. It also outlines how that better alternative is practically achievable.
by Shakti Kali Kaloczi.
An evolution is beginning now! Women worldwide are throwing off the shackles of patriarchy and discovering new ways of being! This book will become your Goddess Bible - you will feel more powerful, more beautiful, more loved and more cherished than ever before. Shakti Kali Kaloczi has been on this journey of self-discovery for many years: the pain, emotional eating, drama, addictions, being widowed at 25, divorce, romance, disease, laughter and tears!
This book is for YOU, your mothers, your grandmothers and your daughters!
Any woman wanting to experience feeling like a Goddess and be more in touch with her true nature then this book is for you- because beauty happens the moment that you start to remember who you really are.
by SA Law
If you are contemplating divorce, or are a family member or friend of someone about to start the process, this book will explain the legal terminology and what it means, the practical decisions that need to be made, and the emotional turmoil that will be experienced. Whilst everyone is different and will respond in many different ways, this book will help you prepare for the momentous change divorce brings to family life.
The purpose of this book is to de-mystify the divorce process and to dispel some of the myths associated with instructing a solicitor. Our ultimate aim is to provide a sense of reassurance for anyone who is coming to the end of one chapter in their lives and starting a new one.
This book tells the story of a woman going through a divorce. It is a story written in her own words, and was first shared online in a blog that can be found at: www.reluctantdivorcee.com
Now reproduced as a paperback and e-book, the original story has been punctuated with additional legal commentary and advice from one of the country’s most respected family solicitors, Marilyn Bell, partner at SA Law.
by Solomon Odegbune.
A real-life story about Solomon who manages to untangle himself from the shackles of crime and embark upon a journey that would see him grow into the man he always wanted to be.
If you grew up on a council estate you would know how difficult it could be to change one's mindset whilst engrossed in crime.
The hope of this book is to help the reader understand that he/she does have the ability to change.
All it takes is defining one's purpose and evoking sickening courage.
Solomon's journey has been adventurous. A beginning that seemed predictable; infused with crime, drugs, tyranny and a tsunami of misfortune - presumably it appeared as if his life had already failed before it had begun... However, life so gracefully has an appetite for spontaneity and thus Solomon was led on a journey from Slime to Prime.
by Neil Deuchar
This book explores how we should review our priorities in the increasingly hectic and fast changing, yet ever smaller, world in which we live.
It has been written with younger people at heart, those of us asking questions about our place in the world and how we might better live our lives in a manner that minimises stress and helps us to be valued by our peers by helping others to help themselves.
The book provides insights into sources of harmony within our lives, that we can use to maintain our moral compass and improve our decision-making.
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