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Justice By Graham Pryor
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Jonny is on a mission to punish careless political leaders. He is also a scientific researcher, having volunteered to be the subject of a daring cryonics trial that aims to push the bounds of human... More > existence. Jonny has a habit too, he’s just a little over fond of the occasional opiate or cannabinoid. It makes life that tiny bit more complicated for a young man on a moral crusade, a journey in which ups and downs become one and the same and what goes around always seems to come around.< Less
Origins By Graham Pryor
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Two decades after the assassination of President Trump and the deployment of a nuclear device in the Middle East, the world order has not rebalanced. The final extinction of North Sea oil has left... More > the UK weak and isolated, its failed governments north and south of the border provoked into taking desperate measures, Scotland's north-east seeing the transformation of redundant oil towns into regulated settlements for the millions fleeing the southern Mediterranean. With order maintained by a business-savvy Chinese administration, a conundrum is set for the band of Scottish partisans struggling to preserve their nation. Encumbered by an insidious regime of electronic surveillance, Rory, Rosey and Zippo find the threat they face becoming more opaque as they unravel the plans of Rosey's grandfather until, doubtful as to who is their enemy, the three comrades find themselves labouring in a quixotic theatre of war that exchanges political idealism for high-tech tyranny.< Less
Origins By Graham Pryor
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Two decades after the assassination of President Trump and the deployment of a nuclear device in the Middle East, the world order has not rebalanced. The final extinction of North Sea oil has left... More > the UK weak and isolated, its failed governments north and south of the border provoked into taking desperate measures, Scotland's north-east seeing the transformation of redundant oil towns into regulated settlements for the millions fleeing the southern Mediterranean. With order maintained by a business-savvy Chinese administration, a conundrum is set for the band of Scottish partisans struggling to preserve their nation. Encumbered by an insidious regime of electronic surveillance, Rory, Rosey and Zippo find the threat they face becoming more opaque as they unravel the plans of Rosey's grandfather until, doubtful as to who is their enemy, the three comrades find themselves labouring in a quixotic theatre of war that exchanges political idealism for high-tech tyranny.< Less
Preferred Lies By Graham Pryor
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Stephen knew that something bad had happened. After all, he'd been there, hadn't he, he'd been a part of it. But how bad it was he could never be sure. Everything seemed to conspire against his... More > knowing. A decade later, as a young man, an unexpected opportunity to discover the truth presents itself. Only, is it the truth he wants to discover This speculative adventure threads its way dramatically across three episodes of twentieth century cultural upheaval, through the struggle and aftermath of the first and second world wars to the social revolution of the 1960s.< Less
Justice By Graham Pryor
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Jonny is on a mission to punish careless political leaders. He is also a scientific researcher, having volunteered to be the subject of a daring cryonics trial that aims to push the bounds of human... More > existence. Jonny has a habit too, he’s just a little over fond of the occasional opiate or cannabinoid. It makes life that tiny bit more complicated for a young man on a moral crusade, a journey in which ups and downs become one and the same and what goes around always seems to come around.< Less
Preferred Lies By Graham Pryor
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Stephen knew that something bad had happened. After all, he’d been there, hadn’t he, he’d been a part of it. But how bad it was he could never be sure. Everything seemed to... More > conspire against his knowing. A decade later, as a young man, an unexpected opportunity to discover the truth presents itself. Only, is it the truth he wants to discover? This speculative adventure threads its way dramatically across three episodes of twentieth century cultural upheaval, through the struggle and aftermath of the first and second world wars to the social revolution of the 1960s.< Less
His Orgy of Crime By Graham Pryor
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His Orgy of Crime is the narrative of a boy apart. It is in most part a reassembly of facts, the shocking incidents for which Paul is the author having taken place in the 1960s. Paul’s story... More > commences with his going up to secondary school, where he dismisses normal schoolboy patterns of behaviour for a more sociopathic bearing. The book’s surprising conclusion, several decades later, demonstrates that one can survive – and survive very well – when rejecting the accepted norms of upright and respectable society. It also asks the reader just how responsible are we for the actions of others?< Less
His Orgy of Crime By Graham Pryor
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His Orgy of Crime is the narrative of a boy apart. It is in most part a reassembly of facts, the shocking incidents for which Paul is the author having taken place in the 1960s. Paul’s story... More > commences with his going up to secondary school, where he dismisses normal schoolboy patterns of behaviour for a more sociopathic bearing. The book’s surprising conclusion, several decades later, demonstrates that one can survive – and survive very well – when rejecting the accepted norms of upright and respectable society. It also asks the reader just how responsible are we for the actions of others?< Less
Kaleidoscope: Reflections from a 1950s Childhood By Graham Pryor
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The accuracy of recalled childhood memories in adulthood is the subject of extensive research and debate, and controversies exist surrounding the authenticity of recovered memories. This recollection... More > of episodes from a childhood spent in 1950s England is enhanced by the author’s ADHD syndrome; it supplies a rare clarity to counteract the errors commonly found with authentic memories, when the adult has to infer missing details. The vignettes of an early life that comprise this book represent a world of freedom and adventure now sadly lost to history, but they paint a picture that is as vivid today as when they were first experienced.< Less
Kaleidoscope By Graham Pryor
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The accuracy of recalled childhood memories in adulthood is the subject of extensive research and debate, and controversies exist surrounding the authenticity of recovered memories. This recollection... More > of episodes from a childhood spent in 1950s England is enhanced by the author’s ADHD syndrome; it supplies a rare clarity to counteract the errors commonly found with authentic memories, when the adult has to infer missing details. The vignettes of an early life that comprise this book represent a world of freedom and adventure now sadly lost to history, but they paint a picture that is as vivid today as when they were first experienced.< Less

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