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The Crunch Of Gravel Under Thrumming Tyres

The Crunch Of Gravel Under Thrumming Tyres

'...the Nant Rhyd Wilym Pass over the Berwyns, Wales, was one of our favourite rough-stuff routes. Crossing these high, bleak mountains from Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog to Cynwyd, near Corwen, these wild, open moors, with only the sigh of the wind and the rasping rattle of a startled grouse to disturb the silence, was also the favoured pass of W. M. Robinson (alias Wayfarer) who, writing for the Cycling Magazine pioneered this off-road pastime, now recognised as mountain biking.'

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No Country For Engineers

No Country For Engineers

This book is an interesting, frank, eye-opening and sometimes funny account of one man's career path in manufacturing engineering during a period of change in the late twentieth century. The British manufacturing industry is explained through a series of well-observed anecdotes.

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A Life of Sentences

A Life of Sentences

A Life of Sentences follows the typical formative years of a 'post war child' moving both homes and schools together on a regular basis; a victim of the times. It is set in the solid mining area of north Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

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Winter Light

Winter Light

In this breathtaking autobiography, Sifiso Mpongose gives his précis on the spiritual tools required to navigate life and all its vagaries. Whether you are of a religious, secular, cynical or agnostic frame of mind, there is ample food for thought.

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£5.99
Mail Le Land

Mail Le Land

Delve into the world of Mail Le Land as science fiction, fantasy and romance come together to create a truly thrilling novel. Follow the adventures of O'Hara and other characters as the plot thickens and the story unfolds.

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£5.99
The Saga of an Expatriate

The Saga of an Expatriate

John Mathew delivers a captivating and profound tale of an Indian expatriate who, in 1962, decides to leave behind the poverty of his village of Karala in India to explore his fortunes in Kuwait. His journey is met with hardship, poverty and the constant threat of war, as Kuwait's neighbour Iraq, governed by the tyrant Saddam Hussein, sets about his crusade of world domination. As his life begins to prosper he finds love, yet his world is about to be torn abruptly away from him as he continues to battle against the despotic ruler of Iraq and the laws that remain unjust to a civilised world.

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£9.99
News & Events
Gordon Thomas Book Signings

There are more book signings to look forward to!

Why not visit Gordon Thomas author of 'The Emerald of Burgos' (out on the 26th June) on the weekend of the 12th and 13th July:

 

Saturday 12th July- WHSmith, 118 High Street, Sutton, Surrey.

Sunday 13th July- WHSmith, The Bentall Centre, Kingston- upon- Thames, Surrey.

Ron Sheppard Book Signing

Why not visit Ron Sheppard the author of 'The Lord of the Wedding Rings' at one of his book signings over the next few weeks:

Saturday 28th June- Yeovil Fashion Festival, Quedam Shopping Centre. 11am-3pm

Sunday 13th July- Somerton Summer Festival, Somerton Sports Ground. 12-2pm

Saturday 19th July- Foyles Book Shop, Cabot Circus, Bristol. 2-4pm

Castle of Doom by Sarina Hossain features in

Sarina Hossain and her book 'The Caslte of Doom' feature in The Financial Times, the only English speaking financial daily in Bangledesh. Click here to read the review http://www.thefinancialexpress-bd.com/2014/05/18/34541

Sarina Hossain features in The Daily Star, Bangladesh.

Sarina Hossain, author of The Castle of Doom features in the Daily Star, Bangladesh. To read the article, click here:http://www.thedailystar.net/in-the-world-of-witches-and-demons-19420

GIveaway for Beyond the Call of Duty by Fred Lilley

English Historical Fiction Authors blog are hosting a giveaway for BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY by Fred Lilley. Click here to enter.

http://englishhistoryauthors.blogspot.co.uk/p/giveaways.html

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