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Book: Unlikely Soldiers Book One (Civvy to Squaddie) - A Coming of Age Adventure of Love, Humour, and Tragedy by Deb McEwan
Reviewed By Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite - 5 stars! "A fascinating and enthralling look at Great Britain in the 1970s as experienced through the eyes of Guy, a North Yorkshire teen, and Mouse, a Welsh girl. I had a marvelous time reading Unlikely Soldiers and am looking forward to the next book in the series. It's most highly recommended." Goodreads and Amazon Reviewer - "Deb McEwan has [...]
 
Book: Queen Sacrifice by Tony Riches
QUEEN SACRIFICE (Historical Fiction) - The ULTIMATE chess novel? In ancient Wales, two kings battle for their lives. In a land where battles can last decades, trouble is brewing and the stakes are high. The queen of the northern tribes has a new son and the king of the south has young Saxon bride. At the heart of the conflict are the bishops, who are torn between their faith and their duty. [...]
 
Book: Second Chances by Leigh Morgan
History professor, Rhiannon Thorson, flees her life in Milwaukee to pursue research in Southern Wales and get a new start in life. Ramsey Macleod, international rock star, is burned out from life in the fast lane and is looking for a new lease on life. When they meet in a small village in Glamorgan, sparks fly, music is made, and they may get a second chance at love, life and happiness. WHY I [...]
 
Book: The Carmarthen Underground by Gaynor Madoc Leonard
The ancient town of Carmarthen appears to be little different from any other town, with its chain stores and market, but beneath its busy little streets and behind its respectable doorways, another Carmarthen exists. This 'alternative Carmarthen' is a town riddled with secrets, vice and betrayal, but no secret escapes the attention of Carmarthen Intelligence; its brave agents display constant [...]
 
Book: Lovelady's Colours by Jane Godman
Forty years ago, five teenagers died in horrific circumstances inside the old house known as Lovelady's Gwal. Now, the only survivor, Jake Merrion, has returned to tell their story. Back in 1975, sixteen year old Lovelady Jones was a boy with no identity. A boy who knew he was really a girl. A boy whose life was dominated by colour. Lovelady can't ignore the strange hold the house has over him, [...]
 
Book: A Time for Silence by Thorne Moore
When Sarah, struggling to get over tragedy, stumbles across her grandparents' ruined farm, it feels as if the house has been waiting for her. She is drawn to their apparently idyllic way of life and starts to look into her family history only to learn that her grandfather, Jack, was murdered. Why has nobody told her? Sarah becomes obsessed with finding out what happened to Gwen and Jack. But are [...]
 
Book: Fake Baked by N. C. Williams
Conman Bryn Jones longs to pull the ultimate scam. Having studied the hustles of the greatest conman of all time - Victor Lustig, Bryn sets about planning a con that will go down in history. But when an insurance fraud goes wrong, Bryn gets caught up in the murky world of drug dealing and the even dirtier world of the fast-tan business. With time running out, Bryn and his team select the marks [...]
 
Book: Heartsong by Allison Knight
Desperate and proud, Rhianna ap Brynn Ffrydd, a Welsh princess, is captured by a hated Englishman, Baron Garrett deShay, an agent of Edward I of England. Despite the passion he arouses in her, Rhianna must find a way to return home to her younger half sister, whom she's raised since birth. Garrett, emotionally scarred but intent on gaining the respect of his monarch by surrendering a member of [...]
 
Book: THE SILENCE OF THE STONES by Rebecca Bryn
Alana determines to ecape her past and opportunity beckons when she's left a run-down cottage in a West Wales' village by an aunt she didn't know existed, but her past is catching up on her, and someone is out to get her. Strange runes painted on her door and carved onto ancient stones in a stone circle, hint at a dark undercurrent of tragedy and intrigue, and she is caught up in the village's [...]
 
Book: The Shadow of Black Wings by James Calbraith
AMAZON EXCLUSIVE: NEW UPDATED EDITION! Tightened and cleaned up, as you - the readers - requested. 2nd Edition, revised and edited, April 2013 - "Fast paced and full of energy" --Adrian Tchaikovsky, author of the Shadows of the Apt "This manuscript is full of highly crafted detail that will make readers shiver at times with fear and delight ... a familiar yet highly original fantasy that is a [...]
 
Book: Web of Deceit by Charles R. Stubbs
Six weeks ago George Travis was living quietly in North Wales in the UK - keeping himself to himself, bothering no-one, walking and birdwatching in his spare time. Now he's on the run: wanted by the police, vilified in the national press, and hiding from a man he thought was his friend. In desperation, Travis seeks help from a woman he has met just once, hatching a plan that will lure his [...]
 
Book: Eden Relics (A Zac Woods novel #1) by N. Williams
"You'll never believe what's beneath your feet..." "As good as James Rollins and Clive Cussler..." "Gripping..." An age old conspiracy that threatens to bring the world to its knees. 1897 - On an official engagement in Egypt, international opera singer Adelina Patti becomes involved in the discovery of ancient relics beneath the Sphinx. The relics, as old as mankind, offer hope for the future, a [...]
 
Book: Ctrl-Alt-Delete by Dave Lewis
THIS CRIME THRILLER WILL KEEP YOU TURNING THE PAGES UNTIL THE FINAL LINE! One of the most authentic British crime thrillers you will read. A real rollercoaster ride that introduces the story of Welsh serial killer Hagar. Ctrl-Alt-Delete is the first book in the series. An edge-of-your-seat crime thriller starts with a kidnapping and psychological torture scene. When beautiful Jenny Morris uses [...]
 
Book: Paul O'Leary - overseas adventures by Michael Mardel
6 countries in 6 weeks. Paul O'Leary is on his third trip in this trilogy, going to all the places overseas where his father has been. He is travelling with both his parents and they have their moments of stress as well as adventure. The story includes a few Internet places and how to navigate your way around strange cities. There's some out of the way places like St. Brigid's Well and Tower in [...]
 
Book: Black Diamonds (Seasons of Change Book 1) by Lynette Rees
Heartwarming Historical fiction by Lynette Rees: perfect for fans of Iris Gower and Richard Llewellyn. A tale of passion and compassion and most of all, one woman's brave heart. Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, 1865. When Lily Jenkin begins her first day working for the Morgans at their corner shop in the little village of Abercanaid, she has no idea of the calamity that lies ahead of that fateful day. It [...]
 
Book: Kith And Kill (Resa James criminal psychologist mysteries Book 1) by Thea Hartley
The light streamed in through the bedroom window where the curtains hadn't been pulled completely closed, allowing a beam to create a spotlight. A mirror on the dressing table reflected the scene in the room, the tableaux of bodies entwined beneath the sheets. One arm dangled over the side of the bed, a woman's, with small wrists and nails, painted deep red except for the index finger, where the [...]
 
Book: Catching the Light - Four women, four compelling short stories by Mary Grand
A compelling and heart warming set of four short stories by Mary Grand, author of 'Free to Be Tegan', which has 100 reviews at amazon.co.uk, averaging 4.7 stars. The New Arrival Rachel has moved to the Isle of Wight determined to become invisible. Hiding a shameful secret she cultivates a 'cold polite smile as effective as an electric fence.' However, unexpectedly, into her life comes a loving, [...]
 
Book: The Cuckoos of Batch Magna by Peter Maughan
The Cuckoos of Batch Magna The Cuckoos of Batch Magna .has been awarded the Awesome Indies Seal of Approval - a guaranteed 'Good Read' "His work should be required reading in every high school to introduce them to the finest in lyrical writing ... He sees with an inner eye what we cannot, and points it out with such delight ... His work is filled with his great compassion and tolerance for all [...]
 
Book: White Roses (Seasons of Change Book 2) by Lynette Rees
Heartwarming Historical fiction by Lynette Rees: perfect for fans of Iris Gower and Richard Llewellyn. Merthyr Tydfil 1867 - There's a new emerging star of the stage, called, 'Kathleen O'Hara'. Unfortunately for Irish-born, Kathleen, although she's described as having the 'Voice of an Angel', as she successfully performs on the stage at The Temperance Hall, Merthyr Tydfil, it's not plain sailing. [...]
 
Book: DANCING WITH FATE (Song Of The Muses) by Hywela Lyn
When Terpsichore, the Greek Muse of Dance, is assigned to revisit 5th Century Wales, and help the people regain their love of dancing, her task seems simple enough. She is unaware there is a hidden agenda. Before she can return to Olympus her path crosses that of the mysterious Myrddin, and her heart is lost. But Myrddin is promised to another. His mind is set on the dangerous task that lies [...]
 
Book: The French Letter King by Thea Hartley
Tommy Horton arrived in Merthyr Tydfil in 1900, from the pit village of Sengenydd, determined to make his fortune. He became a costermonger, ventured into scrap metal and pawn broking; spent time in jail; started a boxing stable; bought a football club and, his greatest achievement, opened a rubber factory to make "French letters." Tom led a colourful life, which was reflected in both [...]
 
Book: Unexpected Hero (The Southern Seas Series) by Gwendoline Ewins
Historical Saga: sensual, intended for 17+ readers The South Pacific, 1866. Their parents have been friends for years but Sebastian Churnside and Charity Trescothick have never warmed to each other. He believes she is complacent about living in her parents' shadow. She believes him to be a cuckoo in the warm family of the seacaptain, though his inability to follow the family tradition of [...]
 
Book: Blue Skies (Seasons of Change Book 3) by Lynette Rees
Heartwarming Historical fiction by Lynette Rees: perfect for fans of Iris Gower and Richard Llewellyn. 1896 - Rebecca Jenkin is a nurse working at The General Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil, where she comes into contact with Daniel Evans, an arrogant young doctor. Daniel is someone she prefers to avoid, though with time, his ice-cold exterior begins to thaw as he shows interest in Rebecca, thus [...]
 
Book: Trot On! - ‘frank, funny, sometimes tragic’ (Sell the Pig) by Tottie Limejuice
'frank, funny, sometimes tragic' The Sell the Pig Series - where it all began - 'Trot on!' is a familiar phrase to riding instructors everywhere. Why not adjust your stirrups, shorten your reins and join Tottie Limejuice, author of the popular Sell the Pig series of travel memoirs, as she takes you on a ride through more of her adventures. Even if you're not horsey, Tottie's tales of running a [...]
 
Book: A Moment To Remember, To Forgive Divine by Diane Griffith
'Is Forgiveness the Answer?' Can there be a happily ever after for two young lovers who face a lifetime of separations? From two happy children to two troubled young adults, Alison and Rob must learn to forgive and forget. In the stirring novel A Moment to Remember: To Forgive, Divine, Alison and Rob are childhood playmates in a small village in North Wales. Although Alison moves away with her [...]
 
Book: The Rent Man by Mike Adlam
If you like your crime very noir, very hard-boiled and very Swansea Jack - this is the novel for you. The Rent Man is riven with deliciously black humour and the almost touchable caustic atmosphere of decaying urban Wales. Swansea is just one British port in the grip of the ruthless Rent Man Gang. Police and Customs are baffled by the fear and secrecy which surrounds their international drugs and [...]
 
Book: Blueprint of a Princess - Diana Frances Spencer - Queen of Hearts by Richard Andrew King
BLUEPRINT OF A PRINCESS: DIANA FRANCES SPENCER - QUEEN OF HEARTS thoroughly depicts the amazing fairytale but troubled life and tragic death of Princess Diana of Wales - the most famous, the most photographed, the most written about woman of the modern world and possibly of all time. Her tragic death was one of the most shocking and saddening events of the late Twentieth Century and certainly of [...]
 
Book: Attack of the Terror Worms by Robert Alexander
After witnessing the terrible murder of his parents something changed in Bryn Lardon. He had lost all of his placid nature and turned into a murderous villain. Bryn wanted revenge, he wanted power and he wanted glory. With a drunk Scottish transvestite, a delusional Spanish pirate and a very stoned Rastafarian as the nucleus of his gang he sets about to take over the world and what better place [...]
 
Book: Sand, Sea and Meadow Muffins by Miriam Davison
Sarah Phillips Is bored plain and simple, bored of her married boyfriend's promises and bored of her temp job. she needs to get away, deciding on a road trip. with nothing to lose Sarah closes her eyes and waves her finger over the map of Britain. South Wales is the fickle finger of fates choice but getting there turns out to be the real adventure with more laughs mishaps and mystery than Sarah [...]
 
Book: The Family that went to War by Gordon Smith
In1914 Australia joined England and declared war on Germany and it's allies. In the small New South Wales town of Cootamundra 6 young Australians, all from the same family, individually joined the fight. This saga follows their journeys through Gallipoli and the Western Front. The saga also covers time in Egypt, England and France away from the fighting. This is a story of a family and how it was [...]
 


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