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Book: Silent Gull (DI Treloar Book 3) by LA Kent
It's cold on the water. It's late November in Cornwall; late evening. A figure clad in a wetsuit, in a dark kayak, is pulling against the inflowing waters of the tide across the River Fowey powering toward a secret assignation in defiance of an ancient powerful family. High above the river in a medieval timbered hall, a Hollywood superstar is mourning the loss of his first born son, rebuilding [...]
 
Book: Woodvale by May J. Panayi
This book is a beautiful photographic representation of Woodvale (incorporating Extra Mural) cemetery. It takes a visual journey through the seasons, bringing breath-taking images that you will want to gaze on again and again. Gothic stonework combines with nature in all its forms, to bring images of contrast and in some cases harmony. Woodvale is an unexpected pleasure nestled in a thriving [...]
 
Book: Laurel's Quest (The Cornwall Adventures Book 1) by Nancy M. Bell
A trip to England sounds like a grand adventure, but Laurel Rowan can't escape from her true reality. Her mother is terminally ill, and her father needs her to go so he can spend his time at the hospital. On a train to Penzance, Laurel meets a new friend, Coll. On the property of her host, she stumbles upon a magical spring. There she meets the White Lady, who offers her a chance at gaining her [...]
 
Book: A Step Beyond (The Cornwall Adventures Book 2) by Nancy M. Bell
Legend says that land once stretched from Lands End in Cornwall as far as the Isles of Scillies, thirty miles out in the Atlantic. To this mythical land Gort Treliving escapes when his Uncle Daniel beats him senseless. He steps away from his corporeal body and walks into the mist of oblivion, seeking only to escape the pain. To Gort's surprise, he finds he is Sir Gawain, one of King Arthur's [...]
 
Book: Silent Gull (DI Treloar) by LA Kent
It's cold on the water. It's late November in Cornwall; late evening. A figure clad in a wetsuit, in a dark kayak, is pulling against the inflowing waters of the tide across the River Fowey powering toward a secret assignation in defiance of an ancient powerful family. High above the river in a medieval timbered hall, a Hollywood superstar is mourning the loss of his first born son, rebuilding [...]
 
Book: Rogue Flamingo (D I Treloar Book 1) by LA Kent
A lawyer's body is found on the beach in the small Cornish village of Porthaven, staked out with a tarred bag over its head, just as the peak summer season gets underway. When a second body is found bizarrely fixed to the floor of a nearby building not long afterwards, the laconic police surgeon remarks 'Well, psychopaths need holidays too'. Detective Inspector Treloar, a maverick to some bosses [...]
 
Book: I Stopped Time by Jane Davis
What if the villain of your childhood turned out to be someone really rather extraordinary? 'A perfectly written book in which the author never puts a foot wrong.' Author, John Lynch Edwardian Brighton. A wide-eyed girl enters Mr Parker's photographic studio and receives her first lesson about the brand new medium that will shape her future: "Can you think of a really good memory? Perhaps you can [...]
 
Book: Dollars & Diamonds by Paris Jean
Author Paris Jean dares anyone to read Dollars & Diamonds, a beautiful and engaging book packed with a perfect fusion of hilarious, serious, sensual, happy, sad, and shocking events introduced by three of its terrific characters Jean, Tammy, and Bobette. These characters will take readers on a journey into their hilarious world To follow their interesting life's, learn about their relationships, [...]
 
Book: Men Dancing by Cherry Radford
A chance meeting with a performer you've always admired - an exciting story to tell your family and friends. But not if that excitement won't go away, and turns into the chronic ache of obsession...Dr Rosie Buchanan - weary hospital scientist, frustrated musician, cheated wife and struggling mother - finds herself sitting next to charismatic Royal Ballet star Alejandro Cortes on a London train. [...]
 
Book: The Swimmer by David Haynes
A battered and lifeless body is dragged from the stormy Atlantic Ocean onto an isolated cove in West Cornwall. Only one man has a clue about his identity and he's trying his hardest to turn away from the human race. October 1919 - Thirty one men lose their lives in a horrific accident in an exposed Cornish tin mine. How are the two incidents linked? Local journalist May Jones and writer, turned [...]
 
Book: Maid of the Midlands by Linda Swift
In Matilda's sixteenth summer, two events change her placid life at Hafton Castle. She falls in love with the handsome guard Jondalar, and she is chosen to be waiting-lady for the Queen of Scots who is brought to the castle as a "guest". When Matilda learns that Jondalar has deceived her, as he plots against the queen, she must choose between her love and betrayal of the woman she is obliged to [...]
 
Book: A Kid's Guide to England by Jack L. Roberts
From castles and crowns to monuments and monarchs, "A Kid's Guide to England" takes young readers (ages 9-12) on an exciting adventure to this fascinating land that makes up the largest part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Within the pages of this easy-to-read book with dozens of full-color photographs, young readers will meet the Beefeaters at Buckingham Palace, [...]
 
Book: Winter of the Passion Flower (The de Vargas Family) by Annie Seaton
Sexy heroine seeks captain for time-traveling submarine. Indigo de Vargas is determined to exhibit her products at the Great Exhibition in Crystal Palace. Her opponents have thwarted her preparation at every turn. Her only hope is the brooding captain who appears on her doorstep in the midst of a fierce snowstorm offering to navigate her submarine to the Amazon so she can collect the [...]
 
Book: The Unexplored Heart by Marilyn Celeste Morris
Impoverished but proud Vanessa Danforth is forced from her mother's home by her new stepfather's treachery in 1860s England. After graduating from stenographer's school, she accepts a position at the estate of famed world explorer, Harrison Courtland. Made a widower by his wife s tragic death in the Himalayas, Courtland has retreated into his work while Vanni forges friendships with his daughter [...]
 
Book: The Casebook of Inspector Armstrong - Volume 2 by Martin Daley
'The Bells and Plate Fix' is set against Cumberland's biggest horse races, the Carlisle Racing Bells and the Cumberland Plate. When a bookie's clerk is found face down in the River Eden, Inspector Armstrong believes there is more to his death than meets the eye. In 'The Kaiser's Assassin', Armstrong's holiday in the Lake District is disrupted when he is invited to meet Kaiser Wilhelm, who is [...]
 
Book: Frog Chorus by Francesca May
Bella is living and working on the glorious island of Bermuda, running away from a bad break up. When she meets the devilishly handsome Dante there's an undeniable spark between them but she's wary and keeps him at arms length. A chain of unexpected events throw Dante and Bella together as they deliver the 'Black Orchid' yacht back to its home on the Eastern Sea Board. She finds the Bermudian [...]
 
Book: Magda - A Darkly Disturbing Occult Horror Trilogy - Book 3 by Sarah England
Best-Selling Occult Horror Series: 'One of the most disturbing and truly terrifying books I've ever read...' Book 1 - 'Father of Lies' Book 2 - 'Tanners Dell' Book 3 - 'Magda' 'This final part was outstanding. Everything ties together in such a frightening conclusion. Worth every penny and every minute of reading. Brilliant!' 'Absolutely brilliant - scared the bejesus out of me - a 5 star [...]
 
Book: Making Waves by Nell Dixon
Cassidy Jones needs a holiday and her friend's cottage in New Bay sounds perfect. The beach could heal the bruises from losing her job and her fiance. Perfect for some time alone to gather her thoughts and heal her broken heart. Josh Parker is also looking forward to a much needed break after eighteen months of non-stop work. His out-of-town friend offers her cottage, and Josh thinks it would be [...]
 
Book: Arthur and the Last Knight by Rosie Morgan
'This novel has the type of cross age-appeal as say, Harry Potter or Percy Jackson. Kids will love it, but so will the adults!' Indie Book Reviews. Packed with action and adventure, fantasy and magic, perfect for middle-grade children, and boys and girls of all ages, including teens and adults! The Golden Sword is a present-day coming of age King Arthur book with a twist; a mystery story from [...]
 
Book: Ulf of Leystoke - Short Stories set in Anglo-Saxon England by Peter Alan Orchard
Ulf is a farmer in the Anglo-Saxon village of Leystoke in England. When Vikings raid the village, he is seriously injured and his wife is killed. Distraught, both legs broken and imperfectly healed, he leaves his children in the care of his sister's family and he travels to the nearby town to take up a new trade - that of ironsmith. After a long apprenticeship, he returns to Leystoke - but soon [...]
 
Book: Paper Dreams by Phyllis J. Burton
Take a recipe for disaster... Start with an illicit love affair in 1952, add a painful parting and three deaths in 1953. Leave to settle until 2009. Then add a crumbling mansion (Epton Hall), which harbours a scandalous secret... Gradually combine young librarian Katie Nicholson - an incurable romantic trying to get over a failed love affair. Sprinkle a few daydreams, hundreds of books and stir [...]
 
Book: Broken Dove (D I Treloar Book 2) by LA Kent
It's May Day, a day celebrated since pagan times to welcome in the summer. In the wild countryside of west Cornwall, it is also the famed annual Treloar family party, being hosted for the first time by DI Felipe Treloar at Lost Farm Barn. The Treloar clan, friends and colleagues from the major crime team will all be there. But a ghost from summers past is also coming, and unbeknownst to all, [...]
 
Book: Diamonds For The Wolf (Jack Renouf Book 3) by John F. Hanley
It's October 1940 - You're 20 and still in love - Your island home is now occupied by the Germans - Caroline is in their hands and Rachel is trapped in France - Your best friend, Saul, works for Naval Intelligence - His boss is Lieutenant Commander Ian Fleming - His job is to set Europe ablaze - You've been training as a commando - You know how to start fires - You're Jack Renouf and - You're [...]
 
Book: A Gentle Remedy by R A Lyndhurst
November in England may be a dark and disheartening month, but Georgia is full of hope. As a bride she is fulfilling the ambition of most Victorian daughters - to marry quickly, and to marry well. Her husband-to-be may be older than she is, but he seems kind and studious, and above all, can amply provide for her. Georgia knows that her life is about to change irrevocably, but nevertheless is [...]
 
Book: Shine Like The Sun by A.L. Means
As the new century dawns, Roy Huntley is in his early 50s and well past the usual shelf life for a rock and roll star. He has had his share of fame and fortune, and settled for a scenic Shangri-La in Arizona and a second wife young enough to be his daughter. Hanging out with fellow British bandmate Chris Russell has passed the time nicely for a couple of years. But time to reflect has had its [...]
 
Book: Doctor's Choice by Gaynor W Baker
Set in Victorian London. Editha Ramsay is thinking of leaving her position as a nurse at St. Angela's Hospital to marry the man of her father's choosing. Will the new doctor be able to change her mind and win her heart? Doctor Isamu Itoyama is taken with nurse Editha Ramsay and wants the best for her. One thing he does not want is for her to be forced to marry the wrong man. Will he be able to [...]
 
Book: Trust ME by Nora LeDuc
Betrayed by the men she loved and condemned by the media as an embezzler, financial advisor Ela Danforth seeks sanctuary in the small town of Rockypoint, New Hampshire. She believes her days will return to normal, but a mysterious stalker threatens her refuge, just as a charming lawyer, Nash McCain, enters her life. Despite his help in dealing with her unknown menace, she's determined not to let [...]
 
Book: Looking For Jamie by Angela Rigley
The first book in the saga of Jamie. Set in the late nineteenth century this is the story of a young boy who is found bedraggled and starving, having lost his memory. All he knows is his name, Jamie. He is taken in by the household of The Grange on the Brightmoor Estate who soon come to love him as one of their own, especially the master David Dalton whose own son had been killed in an accident [...]
 
Book: Staging Murder by Nora LeDuc
Ava Ray returns home to put aside family grudges, never expecting to be swept into the mystery surrounding her stepmother's murder and the sinister fires lighting up the city's night skies. Now the murderer is obsessing over Ava and sending her gifts. The police believe the killer and the arsonist are the same person and focus their attempts to capture the criminal around Ava. But how can she [...]
 
Book: Eloping With Emmy by Liz Fielding
She's on the run to a wedding. He's determined to stop her making the mistake of her life. Tom Brodie's mission - he has no option but to accept it - is to prevent headstrong heiress Emmy Carlisle from marrying a fortune-hunter. He is not happy about it but when Emmy stows away in his car, his day goes from bad to worse. Emmy is not a woman to sit back and let things fall as they will. She has a [...]
 
Book: A Dilemma for Jamie by Angela Rigley
The second book in the saga of Jamie, this is the sequel to "Looking for Jamie" Tillie's twin girls are now fifteen months old, and talk of Jamie going to boarding school sends her into a battle of wits against his new father, David. Jamie has his own concerns about being so far away from the Brightmoor Estate, but all that is momentarily forgotten when, first David is involved in a serious [...]
 
Book: Saving Alexander by Susan Mac Nicol
Punishing himself for a horrific past that is not his fault, bestselling author Alexander Montgomery seeks redemption and love and perhaps he will find it. Famous author though he may be, Alexander Montgomery is not someone you take home to meet your mother. Seriously flawed, damaged by a horrific past, he's trying hard to claw his way back to normality. But how can anyone respect what he truly [...]
 
Book: Father of Lies by Sarah England
Best-Selling Occult Horror Series: 'The most riveting and exciting read since the late, great James Herbert!' Book 1 - 'Father of Lies' Book 2 - 'Tanners Dell' Book 3 - 'Magda' 'Boy did this pack a punch and scare me witless..' 'Scary as hell...What I thought would be mainstream horror was anything but...' 'Not for the faint-hearted. Be warned - this is very, very dark subject matter.' 'A truly [...]
 
Book: Death on Route 37 by Reginald Gray
The book is a fictional story of the hold-up and robbery of a double-deck bus at a quiet bus stop on the outskirts of a fictional English town. During the robbery the bus driver is shot and killed. The tale follows the fate of the four robbers involved and the ensuing investigation by local police. Clues to the motive and the identity of the killer are very few. The book, I am told, is an easy [...]
 
Book: Murder Deja Vu by Polly Iyer
Wealthy architect Reece Daughtry spent fifteen years in a Massachusetts prison for a murder he didn't commit. Released on a technicality, he now makes his home in the mountains of North Carolina, building rock fireplaces for a waiting list of clients. His self-imposed solitude is shattered when local author Dana Minette asks him to build a fireplace in her new house. Dana becomes more than a [...]
 
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