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Some of our authors
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Sally Spedding – Office For The Dead
DC Martin Webb is helping his widowed father move on from prison to a new life, when he learns of an apparently motiveless shooting of a local crane driver at Portsmouth Docks. Why was that man shot, and why did one of the crates destined for France, contain the headless, handless body of a naked young man with a Pater Noster rosary bead in his rectum? French-speaking Martin is sent to investigate and soon becomes embroiled in an ever-darkening web of secrecy and terror. Could that butchered victim be connected to a secretive Seminary tucked away amongst vineyards and sunflowers in a remote part of the Aude? Martin must discover who really was the victim in that crate? And why? Who might be next? And with yet more horrors to come, can his and Dora’s love prove strong enough to survive?
Terry Breverton – 100 Greatest Welsh Women
100 Greatest Welsh Women – Did you know that the Britons can boast hundreds of female saints, one of whom has the oldest continuously worshipped well in Europe, as well the female Valentine, Arthur’s queen, an unknown Queen of England, the first woman poet, the inspiration for The Bible Society, the real ‘Lady of the Lamp’, the ‘First Lady of the Confederate States of America’, the tutor to the Children of the King of Siam, the first British female physician, ‘one of the finest painters of our time and country’, the pioneering bacteriologist responsible for pasteurised milk, a leading actress for eight decades, the ‘Queen of Hollywood’, the founder of a global fabric empire, ‘the most successful British singer, a fashion icon who gave us the mini-skirt, the ‘Best Female Singer in the Last Fifty Years’, one of the 20th century’s greatest sopranos, the first folk artist to play Carnegie Hall, the Greenham Common martyr, and the most successful Paralympic athlete in the world?
G D Jones – The Future Assassin
“Police community support officer and local hero, Jason Worrall’s world is torn apart when his ex-wife and their five-year-old daughter are killed in an alleged car crash suicide.
One year on from that night’s tragic events, with the Christmas holidays approaching, a reclusive Jason finds himself at the mercy of a strange young woman claiming to be none other than the mysterious hooded serial killer, known as the Future Assassin, who the police are desperately trying to find.
After she kidnaps him in a stolen taxi as she attempts to change future events and save the lives of innocent people, Jason is forced to accompany her from one destination to another, wherever the information written down inside a mysterious black book leads her.”
Hubert Tsarko – Composting For All
Review: “The titles of these poems give us some idea of what to expect, but not everything: places (such as Riscle) remembered from the wanderings of an artist living the vie routiere are given a surreal treatment; curious incidents (The Cat Sat on my Glasses) afford us unexpected entry into a private world; dreamlike employment of stock phrases and skilful evocations of atmosphere take us by surprise.” – Dave Lee
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