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Book: Scarlet Runner by Lily Ennis
At a time of worldwide revolt against an oppressed and exploited working class, the 1912 Waihi Strike tested the resolve of Mary and Archie, warring unions, the town and the government. None could have forseen the tragedy that would propel the strike into the annals of history. Mary grew up on the Hauraki gold fields having emigrated from Scotland with her family. As the daughter of a mine [...]
 
Book: A Rustle in the Grass by Robin Hawdon
'A peculiarly fascinating story.' The Guardian's Polly Toynbee - "I was immediately drawn into the story. We follow the exceptional bravery of Dreamer as he tries to determine what is worth dying for. It's a beautiful story." Rachel Stansel - Reviewer - Above ground the countryside stretches quietly, majestically beneath the changing skies. Peaceful and untroubled, far from the wars and woes of [...]
 
Book: The Inconvenient Unborn by David Carter
England in the near future - though you may not like what you see. The Cazenoves and the Wilsons don't get along, leastways the parents don't - the teenage kids adore each other, most of the time, but when the oldest Wilson girl, Tracey, falls pregnant, sparks fly. Donald Cazenove just happens to be Freddie Wilson's boss, but Fred isn't without influence himself, being the senior shop steward, [...]
 
Book: THE TEDIOUS VOYAGE - Understanding The Journey From The Labor Room to the Delivery Room by Dr. Elvis Crews
At the end of your pregnancy, comes your trip to the delivery room which you would be undertaking. Have you planned for your trip from the Labor Room to the delivery room yet for child birth? Knowing the full extent of what is to come on this trip of yours keeps you better prepared to handle the situation. The pain during the delivery of your baby could be like a combination of stabbing pains and [...]
 
Book: Born for Life - A Midwife's Story by Julie Watson
A nurse aide position in the local maternity annexe at the age of sixteen gave Julie a love for being with women during labour and birth and caring for mothers and their babies. Life could not have been happier until the tragic death of her own baby in the first hour of life led to depression, loneliness and despair. This true story tells of Julie's struggle to triumph over adversity and follows [...]
 
Book: Son Though He Was - The Young St. Francis of Assisi by Raymond Wind
Logline: A privileged young man in medieval Italy turns his back on a life of revelry and riches and dedicates his life to helping the most needy. Proceeds from this book will go to support Franciscan Missionaries in the Dominican Republic: www.suddenlytheimpossible.com. Summary In the medieval town of Assisi, the wife of a wealthy cloth merchant is experiencing long, painful labour. A mysterious [...]
 
Book: The Casebook of Inspector Armstrong - Volume 3 by Martin Daley
An unknown American tourist, who will one day achieve greatness, visits Carlisle to research his family history. His arrival coincides with Inspector Armstrong's investigating of a macabre series of grave-robbing incidents in the city. The detective's enquiries inadvertently lead him into investigating a case that had lain dormant for over seventy years. The second case is set against the [...]
 
Book: Lake Of My Heart - where do broken hearts go? by Temba Magorimbo
Oh, the days they dated! Trevor was on his way up the ladder in the challenging real estate portfolio. A battery of examinations, college lessons and hard work were coming between him and his favourite pursuits. The number of times the board allows rewrites is limited. He likes his beer, sports and fraternizing with the gentry who watch live EPL/ESPN soccer. Then he met Naomi by accident. A day [...]
 
Book: The Great War - Escape To Liberty by David Wilson
"The Great War: Escape To Liberty" gives an account of four separate prisoner-of-war escape attempts and the trials and tribulations they encountered on their journeys to the frontier and how they were pushed to the extreme limits of their endurance. Miracles, luck, coincidence, Providence it doesn't matter much what you call it certainly plays an important part in successful escapes. Without it, [...]
 
Book: Getting Book Reviews - Easy, Ethical Strategies for Authors (Writer's Craft 14) by Rayne Hall
Reviews help sell books. When browsing online for their next read, most readers are drawn to the books with many reviews. More and more readers glance at what other readers have to say about a book before they hit the 'buy now' button. The more people have read and liked the book, the more they want to experience it for themselves. This is a known psychological factor called 'social evidence', [...]
 
Book: You Can't Crack Me... I'm a Rubber Duck by Charlie Northage
An extraordinary tale of one man's triumph over incredible odds. From a thirteen-year-old runaway sleeping in a "cardboard box city" deep within London's urban streets, Charlie Northage somehow summoned the stamina and resilience to triumph over a relentless string of adversities, betrayals, rejections, and losses which persistently dogged his life, to pursue a successful twelve-year career in [...]
 
Book: Lies We Will Tell Ourselves - Science Fiction Short Stories by Andrew Knighton
"I have no objection to truth," I said, "but I enjoy untruths too, they're the building blocks of human culture. Actors pretending to be kings, singers faking heartbreak or elation, novelists inventing heroes in their heads to escape the mindless dullards around them. Reality is a vast sea of tedium interrupted by brief flashes of the repugnant - why would anyone chain themselves to that?" * A [...]
 
Book: Faeries, Farms and Folk - A family saga set in Scotland at a time of witchcraft and superstition by Carmel McMurdo Audsley
Many people with Scottish ancestry will find Agricultural Labourers among their forebears, because so many people in Scotland prior to the industrial revolution were engaged in working the land in one form or another. It was a time of political upheaval, of strong influence in people's lives by the Church of Scotland and of superstition. In the 17th century in the lowlands of Scotland, farmers [...]
 
Book: On Different Shores (For Their Country's Good Book 1) by Rebecca Bryn
A young poacher is found guilty of killing Lord Northampton's gamekeeper and is transported to Van Diemen's Land for life, leaving behind the common-law wife he loves. Pregnant and penniless, she faces the appalling lack of rights for women in Victorian England and is forced to make hard choices. While he suffers the deprivations of a brutal life in chains, she is determined her child will know [...]
 


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