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The Flora and Fauna of Hell
by Julian Green Historical, Fantasy 28 Dec 2016
The year is 1885. The natural history collection of the British Museum has recently moved to its new South Kensington site; the debate over evolution is raging, while naturalists are collecting thousands of specimens from distant lands … and worlds. But is one of those worlds Hell?

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Old Bones
by Shane Gladstone Novel 18 Aug 2016
Meet Ernie - a lonely Second World War veteran who has drifted through life since being demobbed. For Ernie, life has been unconventional and hard. But he's still here to tell his tale...

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The Last Two
by MAG Short Story, Literary Fiction, General Fiction 08 Jan 2017
A young reporter goes looking for a story and finds one more powerful than he could have imagined.

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by V KNOX Historical, Literary Fiction, Novel, Fantasy 30 Jan 2017
When death separates two children on the Titanic who were destined to marry, the ghost of the boy chooses to remain earthbound as the surviving girl’s invisible childhood companion in order to reach heaven. Finding a pair of lost shoes is their one chance to stay together.

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The Garret Room
by Barry W Litherland Literary Fiction, Mystery, General Fiction 17 Dec 2016
Cyrus’s world imploded when Leah died and he was accused of her murder. When he is cleared he Cyrus sets out to discover the truth. The journey takes him from the grim streets of the Central Belt to the wilds of the Scottish Highlands. He won't be stopped.

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The Tale of the Fugitive Phantasmic Oracle
by Caroline Bridges Novel, General Fiction 09 Jul 2013
All 13yo Jim wants is to escape the prophecy of his future in crime. However, when reckless decisions make him the enemy of both the town heroes and hoodlums, he becomes a fugitive, struggling to survive outdoors and do better as a phantom wish-granter than he did as a normal kid. (Updated-Nov2016)

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Joe Savage
by Barry W Litherland Literary Fiction, Novel, Thriller, General Fiction 05 Dec 2016
Joe has angered some dangerous people - nationalists intent on breaking the recent accord. His family is in danger. He can run or he can turn and fight. Whichever way there is a price to pay. Frightening sometimes, heart warming at others, Joe Savage faces a future that affects us all.

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Saint Bernard spoiled the party
by The Gannet Short Story, Comedy 22 Jul 2014
One story from a collection of tales about growing up in Ireland in the 60/70's. A memoir of sorts. Hopefully humorous. Contains strong language. Comedy is the closest genre to describe this piece.

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The Reluctant Cabbie
by Karl Warburton Novel 10 Jan 2017
A real time Bank Holiday weekend journey with a Manchester Cabbie interspersed with related anecdotes. As the journey unfolds it becomes clear that the central character, Diggory, is taking the reader on a deeper trek into his understanding of the world around him. The cab simply becomes a prism-like gateway to observation of life.

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Incident at Grandiston Hall
by Brian Lockett Short Story, Mystery 04 Apr 2013
A young journalist/photographer decides to 'write up' Grandiston Hall, but gets much more than he bargained for.

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