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Book: Kingfisher Blue by Leela Dutt
This is a collection of eight short stories about imaginary Quakers and others, aged from 22 to 90, dealing with divorce, death, drains and stuff like that. There've been some fabulous responses to these stories, none better than from a man in an English prison who wrote recently that if it were possible he would have hugged the last story in the book, "I Shall Spend My Pension On Brandy". [...]
 
Book: Medical Insurance in Thailand (Thailand Retirement) by Godfree Peter Roberts
A complete illustrated guide to medical insurance in Thailand for expatriates. With 7 insurance strategies, from self-insurance to full coverage, with rates and exclusions. Well illustrated with charts, comparative prices, and live links to insurers. Full coverage of Thai hospitals and their hierarchy, standards of care, and certifications. Stories by and about people who have used, refused to [...]
 
Book: The Mystery on the Miniature Railway by June Winton
When an eminent nuclear scientist goes missing en route to a nuclear power station it is a matter of national security. He is carrying top-secret plans for a nuclear processing plant to be built to store all the country's nuclear waste in a vast underground bunker at Downsend. This would, of course, involve a lot of disruption and upheaval for those already using the marsh. When the train arrives [...]
 
Book: A Grand Old Dame by Morgan McFinn
This a sequel to 'At the Bamboo Bar' which starts out in Calcutta, India but is primarily set at The Strand Hotel in Rangoon, Burma. It is meant to evoke elegance, eloquence and a sense of pathos. Genevieve Langdon and Father Sean are, once again, the main characters. As is the hallmark of all Morgan McFinn's work, 'A Grand Old Dame' scintillates with witty repartee.
 
Book: Abo - A wee boy's progress by Allan Neil
This is the autobiographical life story of a boy born into a mining and mill background in a small Scottish town just prior to World War 2. It tells of his childhood with its wartime hardships, his life just after the war with a few years living on a farm. He is fortunate to receive a good education, which is cut short before his 15th birthday because of his family situation. He begins work in a [...]
 
Book: Tuni's Tale by Sudhira Gupta
This is a story about the beauty and pain of tradition in the life of a Bengali girl born in 1907. The author of this memoir, Sudhira Goswami Gupta, was born into a Vaishnavite Brahmin family that had been powerful Zamindars but by the 20th century depended on salaries earned by a generation born in the late 19th century and educated in colonial institutions. The family, which continued to [...]
 
Book: A Kid's Guide to Thailand by Jack L. Roberts
Imagine a country where everybody smiles all the time. The young explorers in your family don't have to just imagine it. They can read all about it in A Kid's Guide to Thailand - an easy-to-read book jam-packed with colorful photographs, fun facts, charts and maps, and captivating information about the people and the culture of this delightful country once known as Siam. A Kid's Guide to Thailand [...]
 
Book: Himalayan Hump by John Robert McCauley
Inspired by true stories during World War II, the Air Transit Command and its heroic flyers and crews were the savior to end the war against the Axis powers. Without their courage, dedication, teamwork and valor and flexible thinking, World War II would not have ended in 1945. This story focuses on how a baseball player's life was dramatically changed by the forces of fate. Follow Bucky's [...]
 
Book: The Detroit Kid in the Forgotten War by John Robert McCauley
This story captures the forgotten conflict of World War II. The book sets during the Great Depression about eight years prior to World War II. The first section of "The Detroit Kid" is the story of young John trying to find his way during the depression while reaching for dreams and in the process learning the ways of men. This novel explores such issues as guilt, the acquisition of wisdom, [...]
 
Book: Worlds of the Parallel Universe by David J. Price
I am the Celestial Watcher, an immortal, omnipresent entity that observes the unfolding events of this universe and the other realms of the multi-universe. I was conscious at the beginning and will witness its inevitable end. For this universe is finite, an isolated bubble, only one of many bubbles of alternative realities in this universe and separated by a corridor, an ether, beyond which exist [...]
 
Book: Overview of Siam Sterling Nielloware by Charles Dittell
"Overview of Siam Sterling Nielloware" is a detailed information source on these fascinating silver items -- jewelry and related items (such as ash trays, picture frames, vases, cigarette boxes, and the like). I chose to write this book after discovering these items at flea markets and collectibles stores. No one seemed to know anything about them. After 30 years of research, I wrote the book. I [...]
 
Book: Jim Thompson Is Alive! (A Sam Collins Mystery) by T. Hunt Locke
Easter Day, 1967: James H. W. Thompson, the wildly successful American Businessman and legendary World War II spy, was taking holiday in the Cameron Highlands, Malaysia. The former OSS operative went for a leisurely afternoon walk. He never returned. The largest manhunt in Malaysian history turned up nothing. Jim Thompson had vanished into the thin crisp mountain air. He would never be heard from [...]
 
Book: Flavours by Anita-Clare Field
Flavours is about precisely that, creating flavour and enjoying what you eat on your terms. The recipes are here to provide a guide only. Yes, in their own right they are completely delicious, but everyone has a very sophisticated palate, each one of us knows what we like, be it salty, sweet, hot or sour and before I start sounding even more like a Thai recipe, I'll just say this - make the [...]
 
Book: Vortex by Matt Carrell
Vortex was named as one of the top ten independently published books of 2014 by literary website BookBag. It was also chosen by Shelf Unbound magazine as a notable pageturner in its 2014 writing competition. On land or at sea the vortex is mesmerising but lethal. Andy Duncan joins an investment firm in Hong Kong and quickly discovers that the same forces apply in business. The lure of power, [...]
 
Book: The Ginge Club and the Hidden Kingdom (Tales of Dimchurch Spire 2) by George Collingwood
The witches are back in Dimchurch Spire and any cat they don't like is taken away and disappeared. Alleycat isn't standing for that! He refuses to give in, but he's standing alone and even his Ginge Club can't fight the witches all by themselves. But when Dando the King of the Railway Cats offers his support can Alleycat trust him? And even if he can trust Dando, will they be strong enough to [...]
 
Book: How to Retire in Thailand and Double Your Income (Thailand Retirement) by Godfree Peter Roberts
Wondering where to retire? After reading this book you'll see why Thailand is one of the top retirement choices. Discover how people on fixed incomes can retire comfortably in Thailand and how to retire there on as little as $1500 a month. But retiring in Thailand is about more than just finding the most affordable places to retire--it's about a beautiful country and a wonderful culture. Just [...]
 
Book: The Substitute Bride (Heartsong Presents) by Linda S. Glaz
Jared Callahan's mysterious bride Rancher Jared Callahan eagerly awaited the arrival of his mail-order bride. But instead of the kindhearted woman who wrote about escaping her constrained city life, the beauty who arrived in his remote frontier town couldn't remember anything. Not him, not their long-distance courtship, not even her own name. What is he going to do with this petite spitfire? [...]
 
Book: Hot Times in Goa by Linda Banana
Lee Diana Habash's diplomat husband has died, leaving her richer and hornier than expected. Among the coconut palms, she meets Rod, retired London villain, and embarks upon a stormy and steamy love affair. Goa is a state in social, political and sectarian upheaval. There are demonstrations against the building of the Konkan railway, based on the fear that it will bring undesirables into the area. [...]
 
Book: Get on Board Little Children (Children in Hiding Book 1) by Victoria Randall
What if you needed a license to have a baby? In a future marked by high-tech surveillance, in which unlicensed pregnancy is a felony, Sophie faces a tough decision: should she submit to the state's harsh demands, or face imprisonment and loss of her child to the education/labor camps, or go on the run, relying on the conductors of the revived Underground Railway. Not sure who she can trust, [...]
 
Book: Track 9 by Sue Rovens
After a catastrophic railway accident leaves a trail of carnage and devastation in its wake, the small train station in Rain, Germany is shuttered. Six months later, Gary and Grace Wolf, returning home after their belated honeymoon, find themselves trapped inside the now defunct terminal. What they discover within its walls leads them to make harrowing decisions. What they learn about each other [...]
 
Book: My Team Manchester United Wrapped Up In the Social History of Football by James & Barbara Kenyon
This book follows the local railway works football team Newton Heath FC from it's inception when they had poor grounds, boycotted the FA Cup, fought to enter the Football League. All this happened before their first brush with bankruptcy and finding a saviour in J.H. Davies who not only changed their name to Manchester United but built a magnificient stadium. His choice of manager was Ernest [...]
 
Book: Making Money in Thailand - A Retiree's Guide (Thailand Retirement) by Godfree Peter Roberts
"Superb Guide to Retirement financial planning in Thailand" - Ian D. Griffin - "His wide-ranging knowledge of the expat community is evident from the real-world examples that give the book an authentic flavor.The book is written with the charming immediacy of someone who is passionate about the lifestyle he has chosen and wants to make the advantages of living as an active retiree in the land of [...]
 
Book: Embracing Scandal (Scandalous Siblings) by Suzi Love
After Lady Rebecca Jamison, a mathematical genius, saves her family from financial ruin by secretly investing in railway stocks on the London stock exchange, a greedy syndicate, desperate for Becca's calculations and predictions, murders her friend and threatens the Jamison family, forcing Becca to beg assistance from her childhood friend, Cayle St. Martin. The newly titled Duke of Sherwyn has [...]
 
Book: Paleo Cookbook - Soups & Stews For People Who Love To Eat by Elizabeth Vine
Soups and Stews #1 Bestseller on SALE Soups and stews are most often thought of as comfort foods. Regardless of diet - there's a soup version that can be incorporated into your routine! But how about the favourites? Grandma's Chicken Noodle. Italian Minestrone. Spicy Thai Coconut. Mexican Meatball. Irish Guinness Stew. Why sacrifice flavour when you're eating healthy and clean? With this guide [...]
 
Book: Crate of Lies by Ray Stone
Harry Cohen is 'London Desk' for the Mossad. The success of a Middle East peace deal he has been part of relies on everyone keeping a big secret for two years but Moscow can't be trusted. Harry has found a clue to finding the lost Russian Amber Room and keeping Moscow quiet. With the aid of his trusted agent, Raithe Ravelle, he must trace the secret route the room travelled by exposing an arms [...]
 
Book: Welcome to Bangkok - Only guide you need by Petri Rahikkala
Bangkok certainly lives up to its reputation as most dynamic and intriguing cities in Asia. Bangkok is huge. You really have no idea how overwhelming it is until you see it for yourself, it is beyond simple description. It's the city where ancient rhythms and a modern beat are in harmony, skyscrapers and golden temple spires define the sprawling skyline. For food lovers, Bangkok is a gem. No [...]
 
Book: Tokyo Black - A Thomas Caine Thriller (The Thomas Caine Series Book 1) by Andrew Warren
The CIA betrayed him. Now they need his help... "If you're looking for a great new author... check out Andrew Warren." - The Real Book Spy Thomas Caine lives in the shadows. Betrayed and left for dead, he has put his past as a government assassin behind him. Now he lives off the grid, in the seedy underworld of Pattaya, Thailand. But when local gangsters set him up for a crime he didn't commit, [...]
 
Book: Tom - A Life Saved ~ Lives Lost! by Goffinet McLaren
In the middle of the night you bail out of your stricken plane over Nazi occupied Europe during WWII. You don't know if you've landed in Germany, or somewhere else. A local farmer comes along. He doesn't know if you are a Nazi, posing as an Allied airman; You don't know if he is a member of the Resistance who might help you. Later, hiding in a Resistor's safe-house, imagine your fear at the sound [...]
 
Book: The Journey by Christina Berta
Set in Brussels, Belgium, The Journey tells the story of ten people from all walks of life, each with their own problems. A single event unites them and forces them to think about their predicaments. Faced with the choice of maintaining the status quo or recounting their innermost thoughts for everyone to scrutinize, what will they decide to do? The characters include a Turkish snack bar owner [...]
 
Book: The Frenchman's Daughters by Paul Sinkinson
The daughters of a French railway engineer are thrown together, with a number of British and French soldiers, in the aftermath and turmoil of events that followed the Dunkirk evacuation in 1940. Following an emotional and traumatic escape from the advancing German forces they arrive in England. As a result of their experiences, and the manner that they combated the Nazi regime, the three sisters, [...]
 


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