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04. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Book: Trouble Times Two (Deuce is Wilder - Troubled Book 2) by Calinda B
Jace Savage continues to find trouble in this second book of Deuce is Wilder. While in the first book you find out all about Jace and his sister's difficult past, this story continues to unravel the consequences of their prior actions. Calinda B pulls at your heart strings through the whole book. The characters pull you back into their story. You worry about them, and want the best for them, and [...]


04. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Book: Looks like Trouble to Me (Deuce is Wilder - Troubled Book 1) by Calinda B
Calinda B has done it again. She's found a way to make characters come alive and worm their way into your hearts. Jace Savage has had his share of troubles. He's run with the wrong crowd, played the field. dabbled in drugs, but that's all in the past. He has responsibilities and he's doing his best to turn his life around, at least until his sister cleans up her act and comes to get her [...]


03. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Book: The Valley of Volcanoes - Climbs in East Africa by Steven James Foreman
Climbing Kilimanjaro or any other Rift Valley mountains? This is a handy beginners' guide that will help you achieve success. It is packed with information on kit and equipment, first aid, preparedness and no-holds-barred realistic accounts of the climbs of five mountains (volcanoes) in the Tanzanian and Ugandan part of the Rift Valley... not the glossy brochure type accounts you will read put [...]


03. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Book: The Spark That Left Us by K. Brooks
The Spark That Left Us, is at the heart, a story about family. It is about the love between siblings, and the lengths we will go to protect them, and ourselves, from having to live without them. A sister with a passion for partying, a distraught brother gone missing to the West coast, a mother, strict and unyielding and increasingly absent, and a homebody twin left behind to pick up the pieces [...]


03. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Pet Hair Remover: 3M Scotch Fur Fighter 849RF-8 Hair Remover
Two cats and one dog, and the never ending "fur-all-over-the-couches" problem. But after trying millions of other products, this was the easiest, most efficient one ever! If guests were coming by, in less than 5 minutes I could quickly and EFFECTIVELY clean upholstery! Amazing! Problem now is, I have trouble finding the replacement sheets!!! UGH!


02. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Book: A Rip in the Veil (The Graham Saga Book 1) by Anna Belfrage
If you'd asked Alex Lind what she thought about time travel BEFORE that fateful August day in 2002, she would have laughed you in the face. Of course, after having been hurled three hundred years back in time, Alex isn't laughing anymore. At all. In fact, she's scared silly, even more so when she realises there is no way back, leaving her stuck in the 17th century. Fortunately, Alex is no [...]


02. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Book: Like Chaff in the Wind (The Graham Saga Book 2) by Anna Belfrage
Alex and Matthew are back! When time traveller Alex's husband Matthew is brutally abducted in Edinburgh, Alex knows immediately who has done it – and why. This is the handiwork of Matthew's brother Luke, since some years nose-less after a far too close encounter with an enraged Matthew and a knife. What she doesn't know at first is where her Matthew has ended up, but with the help of her [...]


02. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Book: The Prodigal Son (The Graham Saga Book 3) by Anna Belfrage
How much should a man risk for his faith? That is a question Alex Graham repeatedly asks herself as she watches her man slip away night after night to help the outlawed ministers of his kirk. It is 1665, and in Scotland the population grumbles as His Restored Majesty, Charles II, implements laws effectively banning their church. Instead, the people of Ayrshire must pledge themselves to the king, [...]


02. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Book: A Newfound Land (The Graham Saga Book 4) by Anna Belfrage
There's nothing easy about setting off across an ocean to start anew in a new place. But that is what you get if you set religious conscience before comfort, and so Matthew Graham and his time travelling wife, Alex, have ended up in Maryland, carving a new home out of virginal forest. That in itself isn't exactly a walk in the park. But things become all the livelier when both Matthew and Alex [...]


02. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Book: Wildcard (Wildspace (cyberpunk) Book 1) by Kelly Mitchell
In the amazing breakout novel Wildcard, Kelly Mitchell takes you on a journey reminiscent of the sci-fi greats - Stephenson, Gibson, Zelazny. Wildcard was a Manufactured Entity created with a flaw - no way to talk to him for a year. With M-E time Wildcard spent 100,000 years alone. Now, he is wounded and needs help. Karl, an innocent young man abandoned by his mother (he never knew it was [...]


02. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Book: Folk by Chris Winterton
Chris likes hats, which is good because for his novel Folk, he had to wear quite a few. He's made a career out of being a polycreative; he's a writer, designer, art director, musician, producer, creative director and new dad. Chris is one of many in a growing breed who's as comfortable swapping the fedora for the straw boater as he his swapping the keyboard for the keyboard. He's done just [...]


02. Mar 2015
★★★★★
Book: The Adventures of Joe Fenek by Graham Bayes
I used to tell stories to my children when they were young. Imaginary stories, with characters the children could relate to. The stories in this book are not those, but others that I have put together since retiring to Gozo about 6 years ago. They are meant for enjoyment by all readers of all ages, but aimed at children aged 6 to 8. Imagine a rabbit living in a burrow in Malta. He has rats, [...]


28. Feb 2015
★★★★★
Book: The Forest Tournament by Alan Riches
After the London Olympics 2012 an Inspiration for a children's book came to me. What about writing a story involving various animal competing against each other in a very secret place tucked away in the forest. Only animals would be able to attend and maybe complete. Big Grandad and his family of mice including his two Grandsons manage to acquire tickets to the event. Unknown to the two [...]


28. Feb 2015
★★★★★
Book: The Return of the Key by Alisha Nurse
Young Eliza Aurelio's mixed race identity pits her at the heart of rising racial conflicts on her little island. She escapes with her family to a small town in Southwest England. But this new home may be no safer than her last, with its wave of mysterious kidnappings. When Eliza learns the secret behind the disappearances, she encounters a doorway between her world and a curious, magical [...]


28. Feb 2015
★★★★★
Book: Blood Tide - A Doug Brown Terrorism Thriller by Jay Tinsiano
Still haunted by the deaths of civilians in a 1980's London bombing spree that ripped the capital apart, Detective Inspector Douglas Brown finds his worst fear is realised when deadly foe, Richard Blyth, is released from prison. Blyth, an ex-military explosives expert, leaves his calling card at Brown's police station in British Hong Kong and once again, the body count begins to mount. Doug [...]


28. Feb 2015
★★★★★
Book: The French Letter King by Thea Hartley
When Tommy Horton arrived in the Industrial town of Merthyr Tydfil in 1900, little did he realise what lay in store for himself.. A wheeler and dealer of his day, he set about to make his fortune, venturing into various deals, including pawn broking. After spending a period of time in prison, he eventually opened a rubber factory in the town to make `French Letters;', which as well as needed by [...]



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