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School Court By M. Jessica Thornbush
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Clarence is asked to investigate an old school where there have been some unusual disturbances. With his apprentice, he delves into the paranormal. There, they find remnants of the past that refuse... More > to disappear… A recognized paranormal investigator, Clarence, is called to School Court to look into occurrences in the basement, which is believed to be haunted. He is joined by an apprentice, Maxwell, who is writing an undergraduate dissertation on paranormal phenomena. They enter School Court to find and resolve the cause of the disturbance and to bring closure to the happenings-on there. A historic event is the source of the disquiet. Its victims remain behind, unable to let go of the past. They are trapped within the confines of School Court.< Less
The Court Guide By Andrew Goodman
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Like its predecessors, this little book is intended to be a reference guide to the location of and facilities at the various courts and tribunals situated in the South Eastern and Western Circuit... More > areas. It is designed to aid those who regularly attend court, including counsel, solicitors, clerks, pupils, students, and members of the media. It is particularly hoped to assist the first-time visitor to a particular court or tribunal in knowing how to find the venue and what he or she may expect of the facilities on arrival. Such facilities, and indeed the venues themselves, do change regularly especially in this time of cost-cutting and court consolidation and it is wise to check the information prior to departure. With this in mind, there is a new interactive element to this book – with readers having the opportunity to use an electronic version and to contribute to its value by uploading comments.< Less
The Court of Brigid By Ian Corrigan
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The Grimoire of the Court of Brigid is a suite of rituals that allow the magician to gain the aid of one of the most beloved of the Celtic deities – Brigid the High One. Through her blessing... More > the magician calls various spirits. The spirits are convoked in friendship and alliance with no element of coercion or threat. The Court of Brigid grimoire is focused firmly on practical work,from the creation of the proper sacrifice ground to the Three Rites by which the alliances are made, to spells and boon-rites for specific goals. The names, powers and sigils of twenty-eight spirits are presented. The work of the Court of Brigid is unique in current occult publishing – a system of formal evocation based firmly in a polytheistic (not to mention Celtic) context. Let the Fire of Offering be lit, and the spirits come to our call!< Less
Tricky On The Court By Stephen O'Cassar
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This is an inspiring story about a Tricky Nash, a wheelchair bound, yet happy go lucky boy known for his good nature. Tricky tries out for the school basketball team and runs into some resistance.... More > Being chair bound is not the end of the world, and Tricky proves that wheels can do the job if they are in the right hands. The youngster has learned how to overcome adversity with his indomitable spirit. His actions offer lessons for children and adults. He offer insights on turning troubles into action as he always does. A sports enthusiast, Tricky enjoys life and experiencing new things. Will the basketball court obstacle in his life become another triumph? He challenges others to follow his lead by teaching children that you should not feel bad or sad about being different. Being unique can be used to teach people how to treat each other with support, kindness and acceptance. It is a tricky line to take, but this youngster is Tricky on the Court!< Less
Fire in Court By Mark Sapphire
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I can't make a comparison between 'FIRE IN COURT' and 'THE DA VINCI CODE' for the very good reason I refused to read what I suspected would be nonsense. I can talk about your work in the same... More > way as I talk about 'IN COLD BLOOD'. I also devoured Capote's masterpiece in one hit all those years ago. Meanwhile I am overcome with all the new knowledge. I've been inside a prison twice, briefly. This morning I feel familiar with the steel corridors, the cold food. I have a terrible fear that there is little difference between a prison and a nursing home. I feel like I know Little Muggsy and Carlos and all. This is a remarkable book. You are a great writer. ---- Noela Whitton< Less
COURTING THE ABYSS By George Rostov
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"...I'm laughing at my own destruction." These are the blogs of popular diarist George Rostov, the leading faggoty fop of London's literary scene. Collected for the first time in one... More > volume after discovering that he could publish them and make a mint, these journals attracted a sizeable online following, and could be found splattered all over the web, invariably nestling between John Prescott fan-sites and rather naughty pixellated pictures of someone's breasts. Composed during a five year period, this book chronicles Rostov's vulagr life, whilst busy being a)a rentboy suffering from a dose of VD; b) a schizophrenic dribbling in some doctor's surgery and frightening the receptionist or c) trying desperatly to get off the drugs and finally find a man who wasn't some married, panty-wearing bisexual nutter. It's debauched, disgusting, decadent. It's harrowing, horrific, hateful. It's rather alliterative, and it's George Rostov's fleeting life, preserved in prose.< Less
COURTING THE ABYSS By George Rostov
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"...I'm laughing at my own destruction." These are the blogs of popular diarist George Rostov, the leading faggoty fop of London's literary scene. Collected for the first time in one... More > volume after discovering that he could publish them and make a mint, these journals attracted a sizeable online following, and could be found splattered all over the web, invariably nestling between John Prescott fan-sites and rather naughty pixellated pictures of someone's breasts. Composed during a five year period, this book chronicles Rostov's vulagr life, whilst busy being a)a rentboy suffering from a dose of VD; b) a schizophrenic dribbling in some doctor's surgery and frightening the receptionist or c) trying desperatly to get off the drugs and finally find a man who wasn't some married, panty-wearing bisexual nutter. It's debauched, disgusting, decadent. It's harrowing, horrific, hateful. It's rather alliterative, and it's George Rostov's fleeting life, preserved in prose.< Less
Out Of Court By Clare Baldock
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Barrister Olivia Bailey agrees to a clandestine meeting with Michael Gordon-Jones QC, her adversary in the current trial of Paul Merrow for money-laundering and manslaughter. Gordon-Jones imparts a... More > shocking revelation confided to him by his closest friend, Detective Inspector James Frobisher: namely the mastermind behind a major fraud. This causes Merrow’s discharge and threatens Olivia’s future. Thawing of hitherto antipathy between the two lawyers continues, plus an undercurrent of attraction that Olivia has done her damnedest to ignore. Then comes the attempted murder of the mastermind. Caught in the fray is Olivia’s father, consultant anaesthetist at the clinic used by the Met for the mastermind’s care. Meanwhile Olivia’s mother, a consultant to the Foreign Office, begins researching into the mastermind; what she uncovers about DI Frobisher shakes Olivia and Michael to the core. How will working together in secret and potential danger pan out for Olivia, Michael and her parents?< Less
Ravensdene Court By Joseph Smith Fletcher
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"Aye, well, and Salter Quick's been in quarters of that sort in his time," he observed, with a glance that suggested infinite meaning. "He has, so! But this ain't no desert island,... More > master. I can see they ain't short of good grub and sound liquor here!" He made his usual jerk of the thumb--this time in the direction of the landlord, who just then came back with a well-filled tray. And presently, first removing his cap and saying his grace in a devout fashion, he sat down and began to eat with an evidently sharp-set appetite. Trifling with my bread and cheese, I turned to the landlord. "This is a very lonely spot," I said. "I was surprised to see a licensed house here. Where do you get your customers?"< Less
The Court Will Rise By John Middup
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The year is 1968, Detective Inspector Gil Messenger of the Notts CID is not happy. In his mind he has allowed Nottingham’s number one gangster to walk free from a murder charge. Deciding to... More > conduct some out of hours enquiries in order to right the wrong, he is caught up in a web of force politics, discriminatory practices and poor police investigation techniques and finds himself in custody charged with murder. The action takes place before DNA, CCTV, and mobile phones were available as an aid to investigation and success depends on searching out reliable witnesses, disseminating the evidence and discarding all that becomes irrelevant. His main adversary is his own senior officer, Detective Chief Superintendent Adrian (Adolf) Itles and his freedom depends on the skills of his friends in the CID to uncover the real culprit: Or do they?< Less

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