One for the short story enthusiast, ‘Short Stories Volume Two’ will fill that coffee break or evening by the fire with another insight into Neal James’ varied writing styles. There’s romance, crime, horror, science fiction, and just a hint of the paranormal among the twenty-six tales which he has spun for you.
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.
Over a century ago a series of shocking murders took place in a squalid, overcrowded district of Victorian London. The newspapers of the day gave the murderer a chilling nickname - a name that evoked terror. The author reveals his prime suspect for the role of the world’s most infamous serial killer - Jack the Ripper.
In this third chronicle from Sherburn, the accident-prone vicar tells of his attempts to identify the murderer of his servant George. He becomes involved in more legal hot water than he has ever experienced before and is within a whisker of being transported for life. His dogged search eventually brings success – and a dilemma of conscience.
Many parents misunderstand the meaning of high quality care when it comes to the up-bringing of their children. Is quality care about putting children in the most expensive schools? Or is it about discipline and setting boundaries? In today’s busy world, many factors hinder parents from giving high quality care to their children.
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.
Blow the Cap off your Capability is a success and motivational toolbox of practical ideas to change your mindset and spur you to prompt and intelligent action to achieve your goals. The message in this book is clear: be careful not to neglect doing the small things in your life that make the big things happen. Nothing will change unless you change.
This is the, fundamentally 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.
This book revisits the issue of women and church leadership. The author aims to shed fresh theological light on the arguments that have restricted the role women can play in the church. On the basis of theology, feminism and sociological research, this book provides a compelling case for removing all barriers for women with respect to ministry.