Imagine an exchange of thoughts and memories between a highly intelligent Ridgeback and the man he owns. Funny, touching, poignant, elegant.
The life of a very special dog called Mangwe Chobe on his... More > birth certificate, but that just embarrasses him. He is known as Hintza, and he is named after a mighty Zulu King of yesteryear. He lives up to his royal name. Mostly. He has trained the people he owns to do his bidding. Mostly.
His home is in Cornwall, but he is edgy about being thought Cornish. He's a Southern African, like his man-person.< Less
There is a pissed-off mood in Britain, and much of the rest of the world today and people of every stripe are fed up, irritated, disappointed, cynical and just plain cross.
“I can't take it... More > any more” will find long and loud echoes in the discontent which furrows the national brow and sours the national face. Every day we come across yet another phenomenon which seems to have no purpose other than to annoy or hurt us. Grumpy? Never mind grumpy. Grumpy does not even come close.
This book will be your Constitution for the world of
bankers’ bonuses, bling and bullshit.
It is intended to make you think, laugh and think again.< Less
You think all suicidal assassins are Islamic fanatics? Think again ... Alex Glentanner, one-time Marine Colonel, acquires HIV through no fault of his own. He is going to die of AIDS. But not... More > before he has put together a team of people like himself - all HIV positive by tragic accident. They are trained and equipped to assassinate and prepared to die while killing. The targets are among the most vicious and immoral people - but low-profile. Glentanner is not going after public figures. He and his assassins are not seeking Paradise.< Less