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FOLKESTONE, Snapshots of a Seaside Town By Jane Palmer
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Quirky, splendid, in state of flux, there is nowhere quite like Folkestone. An album of photographs selected from the website www.dandi.me.uk/folkestone. Includes many places the visitor may not... More > have had chance to see. AN EASY TO VIEW PREVIEW OF THIS BOOK IS AVAILABLE AT http://www.dandi.me.uk/dodo/index.htm< Less
Folkestone, Downloadable Snapshots of a Seaside Town By Jane Palmer
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Quirky, splendid, in state of flux, there is nowhere quite like Folkestone. An album of photographs selected from the website www.dandi.me.uk/folkestone, some of places the visitor may not have had... More > chance to see. 16.9MB to download.< Less
Simply Flowers, Spring & Summer By Jane Palmer
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28 pages of colourful, familiar, and exotic flowers to download and print out to give as get well, consolation, anniversary, or birthday gifts.
Simply Flowers, Summer By Jane Palmer
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28 pages of colourful, familiar, and exotic flowers to download and print out to give as get well, consolation, anniversary, or birthday gifts.
Simply Flowers, Spring By Jane Palmer
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28 pages of colourful, familiar, and exotic flowers to download and print out to give as get well, consolation, anniversary, or birthday gifts.
Bald Wendy By Jane Palmer
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A fire destroys the last business standing in the way of a new shopping mall development. Preston Niblock’s wife also dies in the fire and, as the shock wears off, he uncovers the frightening... More > truth about Palace Parade. The developers, Gideon, stand to lose too much if it gets out, so Preston is bribed and blackmailed into keeping quiet. The local shops put out of business by the shopping mall have no intention of going quietly and gather the support of a crusading councillor, brilliant accountant, and the backing of Preston’s ill gotten millions. What could go wrong?< Less
Moss By Jane Palmer
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The evidence of a fabulous ancient past is about to be lost forever with the death of an enigmatic recluse. The last people to witness this mysterious civilisation’s power were blown up by an... More > explosion that baffled and alarmed the authorities who attempted to commit its existence to oblivion. Dr Duncan Parfait is charismatic, a little shambolic, and totally convinced that there could be no intelligent culture pre-dating the present one. The unequivocal proof that there was sets his preconceptions and world on its head. Without giving a thought to it being too true to be good, he sets out to excavate submerge cities and write a book which contradicts all those assumptions made by historians and archaeologists who went before.< Less
Short Stories, Sweet and Sour Fiction By Jane Palmer
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The bonds people forge can be glorious, everlasting and filled with devotion. All too often they are problematic and dogged by regrets. Many more are not what they seem. Devotion to a lost partner is... More > one thing, devotion to the long dead quite another, and an orang-utan with a sweet tooth can be more appreciative than the family everything has been sacrificed for.< Less
Short SF Stories, Tales for Technophobes By Jane Palmer
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For those who view with deep suspicion the tyranny of unrelenting technological advance … and those who do not have the need to take their science fiction too seriously.
How to Confuse a Dragon By Jane Palmer
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An improbable tale of an operatic singer, dragon, ogres, magical realms, international conspiracy, and basic bookkeeping. Ever detected an element of ogre in that unkempt lout lounging on a park... More > bench with a can of light ale, or insubstantial wraith in the girl twittering inanities into her mobile phone? This is probably because those alter egos exist in the depths of Darkle Deeps or magical realm of Lustreland; a dimension where griffins, rocs and dragons soar over a domain on the verge of being devoured by a monstrous entity deep below it. This also comes as quite a shock to a bombastic bass baritone and sagacious hotel owner with a mission to bring down an international conspiracy.< Less