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By Any Other Name

By Any Other Name

The Napoleonic War is raging and Caleb, a sacked pageboy, enlists as a Drummer Boy in the newly formed 95th Regiment and faces the harshness of army life in Spain. Also, struggling with Spain's wild terrain and winter weather, Mary Banning's single minded attempt to locate her brother, who's missing in battle, almost ends in disaster when she is tricked and abandoned by her guide. She is placed in a compromising situation when rescued by an officer she loathes. She must marry him to prevent scandal and social ruin amongst those in polite society.

Above and Below the Clouds

Above and Below the Clouds

1939 to 1945 - six long years of war, this was for Jenny, a town girl, a time of upheaval. She felt the need to help her country when the war threatened. We see her move to the small country village of Sutton-on-Derwent in Yorkshire where she works as a land girl on a dairy farm close to an RAF airbase. There she encounters the crews of the brave bomber command pilots of Elvington.

Through love and loss, marriage and birth, we follow Jenny and the bomber command pilots as their stories become entwined right through to the war's conclusion.

Gullible's Troubles

Gullible's Troubles

Suzi was born in England and now lives near Brisbane on 10 acres of bush with a mad dog and an Englishman.
Having spent her working life writing IT user manuals, she hopes that, now this book is published, someone will actually read what she has written.

From the age of 10 and her first visit to Paris, she has had many adventures in over 20 countries and returns to the UK periodically.

Behaving Disgracefully

Behaving Disgracefully

With five brothers to look out for her and vice versa, Ellen Brunelle didn't take kindly to clueless women wrecking their heads with insincerity.

She adored her brothers - all five of them - they were the best brothers ever as far as she was concerned and of course her little sister Annie was the icing on the cake.

Suddenly, out of the blue, one of her brothers makes a pass at her.

Shocked, horrified and confused, Ellen finds herself thrown into a flurry of paranoia and despair as she struggles to understand why her brother had dared to behave in such a way.

Cruel Deceit

Cruel Deceit

DI Bruce McCoy was too pre-occupied in torturing himself with mind games about his seemingly and unjust well publicised retirement to notice that his wife, Sally, was falling victim to the crippling effects of Dementia.

This stark realisation only hit home after he'd experienced the acute embarrassment of having an empty bank account when trying to purchase the car of his dreams. His wife, Sally claimed to have no knowledge of what could have happened to the money even though she was the one who looked after their financial affairs.

Time to Stand and Stare 1979

Time to Stand and Stare 1979

During their first year of retirement, Vic and Norah traveled around Hampshire and surrounding countryside in order that he could sketch. While he sketched, Norah sat patiently noting many things that she saw and found interesting. The book is based on these observations. Hand written in 1979, only 5 leather bound copies of this book were originally privately made for close family relatives at Farnborough Abbey.

Primal Plus

Primal Plus

What is the best way to understand and train your pet dog? Well, you could start with Primal Plus. In this book, Patricia Neal, drawing on her studies of wolf behaviour introduces the reader to her Re-direct Technique. Re-direct is used in the training of domestic dogs, which directs them into changing their inappropriate behaviour into the correct behaviour.

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