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A Man from the North East By Beatrice Holloway
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Every member of the crew heard the ominous crack. They all stopped working, backed up a little along the passage and held their breath. Suddenly the roof caved in… This is a compelling story... More > of a determined young man who seeks his fortune in London during the 1930s. It is the women in George Carr’s life who shape and colour his future. Murder, suicide, assault, infidelity, the abduction of children and the testing of loyalties all tough the life of this family man. 1931 and George, a miner is twenty-one. After the mining accident and a thoughtless remark by his mother, he decides to live independently. He falls in love and copes with many setbacks. Along the way he encounters the vagaries of landladies, the wiles of village women and the amusing wit of cockneys.< Less
A Man from the North East By Beatrice Holloway
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Every member of the crew heard the ominous crack. They all stopped working, backed up a little along the passage and held their breath. Suddenly the roof caved in… This is a compelling story... More > of a determined young man who seeks his fortune in London during the 1930s. It is the women in George Carr’s life who shape and colour his future. Murder, suicide, assault, infidelity, the abduction of children and the testing of loyalties all tough the life of this family man. 1931 and George, a miner is twenty-one. After the mining accident and a thoughtless remark by his mother, he decides to live independently. He falls in love and copes with many setbacks. Along the way he encounters the vagaries of landladies, the wiles of village women and the amusing wit of cockneys.< Less
A Man in Want of a Wife By Mary Baxley
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What did Mr. Darcy do all those many months in London after their party left Hertfordshire? What was Mr. Darcy thinking while he stood solemnly by, watching others while speaking very little or not... More > at all, and what did he do when he was not in Miss Elizabeth Bennet’s company? What occupied Mr. Darcy when he returned to London after Hunsford, and what was involved in his quest for Lydia and Wickham? All these questions and much more are answered in rich and colourful detail as the reader is once again drawn into the world of Jane Austen’s most treasured novel: Pride and Prejudice. A Man in Want of a Wife explores Mr. Darcy’s emotions, his passions, and, most importantly, the struggles and conflicts he must overcome to again ask for the hand of the woman he has come to love. New characters are presented as the reader is introduced to Mr. Darcy’s friends and family in London, Kent, and Derbyshire.< Less
Man Made The Lightning By Jason Gadsden
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“I remember a time when some one’s colour was to do with their mood, or how sick they were. When British was a proud boast and a flag flown not an insult to your neighbour. When being... More > born British was said to be like being born with one foot in heaven, before Man Made Lightning and showed us our other foot was in hell. Ulti Zucken is an old man, living alone, unclean in a dirty little house, at the end of his rubbish-strewn garden. Barely seen and almost never heard. With an interest in troubled youth and macabre fascination in the demons they dream. Nathan Trait is a wanna-be journalist who will stop at something to get his story, although he has no idea how far that will be And the rest of them, who cares? Their all mashed up, and mixed up like the rest of us, they could be dragged off any street in any town. Lost in their self-importance, greed and loathing, blind to the one true law every action has a re-action.< Less
Man Made The Lightning By Jason Gadsden
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“I remember a time when some one’s colour was to do with their mood, or how sick they were. When British was a proud boast and a flag flown not an insult to your neighbour. When being... More > born British was said to be like being born with one foot in heaven, before Man Made Lightning and showed us our other foot was in hell. Ulti Zucken is an old man, living alone, unclean in a dirty little house, at the end of his rubbish-strewn garden. Barely seen and almost never heard. With an interest in troubled youth and macabre fascination in the demons they dream. Nathan Trait is a wanna-be journalist who will stop at something to get his story, although he has no idea how far that will be And the rest of them, who cares? Their all mashed up, and mixed up like the rest of us, they could be dragged off any street in any town. Lost in their self-importance, greed and loathing, blind to the one true law every action has a re-action.< Less
A Full Moon Upon the Duomo: basic edition without colour photographs. By Sean Cassidy
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One man's tale of a remarkable year in Tuscany, as the Principal of the International Junior School of Florence, and of his subsequent friendship with the family of Hollywood icon, Audrey Hepburn.
The Golden Goose - With Numerous Drawings in Colour and Black-and-White By L. Leslie Brooke
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There was once a man who had three sons, the youngest of whom was called the Simpleton. He was laughed at and despised and neglected on all occasions. Now it happened one day that the eldest son... More > wanted to go into the forest, to hew wood, and his Mother gave him a beautiful cake and a bottle of wine to take with him, so that he might not suffer from hunger or thirst. When he came to the wood he met a little old grey man, who, bidding him good-day, said: "Give me a small piece of the cake in your wallet, and let me drink a mouthful of your wine; I am so hungry and thirsty." But the clever son answered: "If I were to give you my cake and wine, I should have none for myself, so be off with you," and he left the little man standing there, and walked away. Hardly had he begun to hew down a tree, when his axe slipped and cut his arm, so that he had to go home at once and have the wound bound up. This was the work of the little grey man.< Less
34thParallel Issue 04 Print Edition Full Colour By 34thParallel Publishing
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Josh Gross, A Love of History; David B Essinger, Walking Sophie; William Falo, Touch the Sky; Mel Fawcett, Blue Note; Karen Bremer Masuda, The Fringes: Stefan Schumacher, The Golden Jacket; Fred... More > Skolnik, The Rooming House; Interview with Shawn A Huckins, Word Pix; Traci Isadora Nelson, Bonanza; Dave Morrison, Sad Ancestors; Tammy Ho Lai-ming, You Are My 27th Letter; Diana Der-Hovanessian, The Last Transfixing Love; Jeremy Magnan, Candyman; LeeAnn Pickrell, An Email From an Old Boyfriend; John Grey, On Your First Night in a Hotel with a Man; Meg Pokrass, Thirst at Night; Trace Sheridan, Flat Tire.< Less
34thParallel Issue 04 Digital Edition Full Colour By 34thParallel Publishing
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Josh Gross, A Love of History; David B Essinger, Walking Sophie; William Falo, Touch the Sky; Mel Fawcett, Blue Note; Karen Bremer Masuda, The Fringes: Stefan Schumacher, The Golden Jacket; Fred... More > Skolnik, The Rooming House; Interview with Shawn A Huckins, Word Pix; Traci Isadora Nelson, Bonanza; Dave Morrison, Sad Ancestors; Tammy Ho Lai-ming, You Are My 27th Letter; Diana Der-Hovanessian, The Last Transfixing Love; Jeremy Magnan, Candyman; LeeAnn Pickrell, An Email From an Old Boyfriend; John Grey, On Your First Night in a Hotel with a Man; Meg Pokrass, Thirst at Night; Trace Sheridan, Flat Tire.< Less
The Red Man's Revenge: A Tale of The Red River Flood By R. M. (Robert Michael) Ballantyne
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Robert Michael Ballantyne (24 April 1825 – 8 February... More > 1894) was a Scottish author of juvenile fiction who wrote more than 100 books. He was also an accomplished artist, and exhibited some of his water-colours at the Royal Scottish Academy.Ballantyne was born in Edinburgh on 24 April 1825, the ninth of ten children and the youngest son, to Alexander Thomson Ballantyne (1776–1847) and his wife Anne (1786–1855). Alexander was a newspaper editor and printer in the family firm of "Ballantyne & Co" based at Paul's Works on the Canongate, and Robert's uncle James Ballantyne (1772–1833) was the printer for Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. In 1832-33 the family is known to have been living at 20 Fettes Row, in the northern New Town of Edinburgh. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R._M._Ballantyne< Less

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