No Coffee for the Architrave is an independent sequel to Two Point Five Cheers for the Library and The Library Always Wins.
Set in the semi-savannah of Africa, a beautiful but harsh landscape, G.E. Becker's wonderfully imaginative book tells of the struggles to survive for a group of assorted herbiv
Down-at-heel private detective, Dick, is engaged by an eccentric wealthy socialite to investigate the robbery of her priceless statue, the legendary Pamukkale Penguin!
The stories in Raul Briceno's new collection could hardly be more varied.
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Meet the Healthscare Library team again - this time they're in real trouble!
What is a messenger? Well, s/he's the person who upholds the law when a CEO is in charge. Don't shoot the messenger, they're probably the only one who knows!
After breaking up with Richard, her wealthy boyfriend, ex-model Adriana sets upon the course to find a new suitor to replace him once and for all.
In using the campus of an agricultural college for this tale of life and its challenges, J.J. Arnold creates a very believable tale of academia and ‘office' politics
This diverse collection of sixteen short stories includes murder and mystery, humour and hallucination, poignancy and plotting, fantasy and fun.
Mimosa MacAroon, Vladimir Logoff and Claire Twinsett; just a few of the hilariously contrived characters set the scene for this well thought out novel based on ‘office politi