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City Times and Other Poems
Vihang A. Naik

Vihang A. Naik throws light on the life of a city in all its shades, glory and misery in his City Times and Other Poems. It is an anthology of his intuitive and philosophical poems. The Poems are divided in 6 segmentsi.e. 'Love Song of a Journey Man' is more or less an inner travelogue, The segments, for instance, 'Mirrored Man' is about the other chimeras in the city .The people in the city are capricious like the walk of a crab or the colours of a chameleon. While, 'The Path of Wisdom' is...






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Wiggly Barstool
Jane Lowy

Tiring of his photographic portraitist profession as of many other brief careers, an enterprising and everrestless Edwardian Englishman, Wiggly Barstool, travels to Ireland accompanied by his selfeffacing cousin Sebastian. The two there seek “The Miracle of Tipperary”, a cow fabled to bear the perfect likeness of a shamrock on its flank. Their quest brings them in contact with Fiona, an ethereal animalrights enthusiast, and Lucy, a spirited American zoologist. The four team up to advance...


In my Liverpool Home: A Bernie Fazakerley Mystery
Judy Ford

Bernie’s Aunty Dot is worried that her favourite member of staff at the Care Home where she lives is being unfairly suspected of murdering another of the residents. She calls on their good friend DCI Jonah Porter to investigate. He discovers that Care Assistant, Jonathan Bates, is by no means the only person with a motive for killing Olive Carter – or, for that matter, the only person with means and opportunity to do so. It’s a tough case, and Jonah decides that he needs to go...


Sea of Spires (Aeon Sparti Book 2)
Phil Earland

The gates of hell are opening and all that stands between what emerges from its maw and the rest of creation are three celestial warriors.
But are they enough?......


Killing is a Sin: A Novel of the First World War
Christopher Harvie

Moments before the men of Six Platoon 'B' Company, King's Own Canadian Scots Regiment will go forward to assault Vimy Ridge, each one of them must reconcile themselves to their probable fate. Felix Strachan, a teenaged corporal about to lead his men into battle, has already seen a lot of this war; its arbitrary cruelty to life. In the past eight months he's been fighting in France, he's lost friends and a little of his faith in mankind, though nothing has bothered him more than the death of...


The Stealer of Memories
Mois Benarroch

It has happened to all of us, we're talking with our brother of a childhood memory and suddenly he says, but you didn't do that, I did. And that seems normal. But, what do we remember when we remember? Scientific studies show that in less than twentyfour hours we have already changed the memory of what has happened to us. Perhaps our memories are not always completely ours, only partially ours, partly they are what others who were in the same place have told us, and partly perhaps they are...