Derek Rosser

Derek Rosser

A Reluctant Recruit

This is a true account of my experiences and adventures as a National Service man serving with the Royal Air Force in the mid 1950s. While National Service was discontinued in 1961, I am sure that there are still many survivors from the period that would have their memories stirred by the events I have described.

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Salema Nazzal

Salema Nazzal

The Folly Under the Lake

Multi-millionaire Walter Sinnet is crooked and ruthless. He builds an impressive underwater folly on his property. Wishing to show off, Walter welcomes a house party to his home, but an angry storm lashes down on the village and traps everyone inside the estate. A guest’s jewellery goes missing and a dead body is found floating in the lake.

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Michael W. Wedgeworth Jr

Michael W. Wedgeworth Jr

Straight-Forward Reality to Workplace Success

This book focuses on you as an individual and provides valuable information to support you on your journey to success. The book will help you build on your current strengths, but will also identify weaknesses and set a precise pathway for improvement. It gives the foundational knowledge for career development; clearly stated in a matter-of-fact way.

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Polly Morten

Polly Morten

Gift Horse

Sarah Hallam’s last term at University was wrecked by her conviction that she had a stalker, although nobody would take her seriously. After her finals, she takes refuge with her novelist cousin Paddy, who believes in both the stalker and Sarah’s fears.

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Quentin van Marle

Quentin van Marle

The Last Boat on the River

An adventurous epic of a cycling marathon undertaken for the BBC Radio 5 Live programme Up All Night Beside the Mississippi River. A river with a mind of its own; an aquatic Action Man, a doer-of-deeds over which humans have no control; a flowing, enigmatic spirit that is the custodian of some amazing tales and dark secrets.

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Yomi Akinpelu

Yomi Akinpelu

Read and Soar

A book about the many benefits & joys of reading for adults/kids and how to get kids to enjoy reading from an early age so they can achieve more. Research shows that a love of reading is more important for a child’s educational success than their family’s wealth/class. Reading has the potential to empower & help us reach our full potential.

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James McCarthy

James McCarthy

Me and the Foreign Girl

Caught in an Atlantic storm the ‘Annie L.’ is sinking. With its motley crew the trawler is an accident waiting to happen. They are hundreds of miles from their homeport on the picturesque Achill Island on the west coast of Ireland and there may be no chance of rescue. A rousing sea-faring tale of courage and determination, fear and faith.

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