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Dead Men Don't Eat Lunch By Geoffrey Gilson
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"Dead Men Don't Eat Lunch" paints a devastating picture of how British Governments have been corrupted for 30 years by huge bribes from the international arms trade, and how that corruption... More > may now be about to taint the new Liberal-Conservative Coalition Government of David Cameron and Nick Clegg. Special emphasis is given in "Dead Men" to the role of 'Al Yamamah,' the notorious $150 billion arms contract between Great Britain and Saudi Arabia, which still generates $300 million in kickbacks every year. The author sets out, in gripping detail, his own discovery that the mysterious death of his close colleague, and former rising British political star, Hugh Simmonds CBE, was the direct consequence of his deadly role as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's personal arms dealer, money-launderer and assassin.< Less
Dead Men Don't Eat Lunch By Geoffrey Gilson
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"Dead Men Don't Eat Lunch" paints a devastating picture of how British Governments have been corrupted for 30 years by huge bribes from the international arms trade, and how that corruption... More > may now be about to taint the new Liberal-Conservative Coalition Government of David Cameron and Nick Clegg. Special emphasis is given in "Dead Men" to the role of 'Al Yamamah,' the notorious $150 billion arms contract between Great Britain and Saudi Arabia, which still generates $300 million in kickbacks every year. The author sets out, in gripping detail, his own discovery that the mysterious death of his close colleague, and former rising British political star, Hugh Simmonds CBE, was the direct consequence of his deadly role as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's personal arms dealer, money-launderer and assassin.< Less
Moel's Cradle By Charles Morgan
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Set in Southern England and based on actual events that took place in the summer of 1986, three young people, Dave, a former heroin dealer who is sick of his lifestyle, Sarah, a seventeen year old... More > girl who has been on the road for three months and Roz, who is running away from her homicidal boyfriend meet by chance and end up traveling together in an old pick-up. Along the way they met up with a variety of ageing hippies, travelers and mystics as they try to avoid the encroaching arm of the law. As much a critique of Thatcher’s Britain as a vision of a lost rural world and a lament for both for the people who once lived there and for the New Agers who sought to emulate them. Over them all stand the ancient Celtic monuments of Southern England, communicating both a sense of dark mystery and the threat of looming violence.< Less
QWERTYUIOP By Michael Yates
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Remember when typewriters ruled the world? It’s the age of Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first woman prime minister. But the best chance most women have to get close to power – or... More > even close to a job – is to join a Government-sponsored training course for shorthand typists. So prim Susan and sexy Frankie and depressive Sandra and busybody Pat get together to conquer the keyboard. Even if they have to suffer clapped-out keys, broken backspaces, sticky spacebars and shocking shifts. And these women also speak their minds – about men, politics, men, work, men, children, men and each other! So look out! Because they can only take so much from crippled carriage returns before they rise in rebellion. From such injustice and tyranny, the best jokes are often made. Because they cut deepest. And the result is hilarious and heart-breaking in this fast-moving play by Michael Yates.< Less
Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
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Tom Sawyer's best friends include Joe Harper and Huckleberry Finn. In The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Tom's infatuation with classmate Rebecca "Becky" Thatcher is apparent. He lives with his... More > half brother Sid, his cousin Mary, and his stern Aunt Polly in the (fictional) town of St. Petersburg, Missouri. There is no mention of Tom's father. In addition, Tom has another aunt, Sally Phelps, who lives considerably farther down the Mississippi River, in the town of Pikesville. Tom is the son of Aunt Polly's dead sister. In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Tom is only a minor character and is used as a foil for Huck, particularly in the later chapters of the novel after Huck makes his way to the Uncle Phelps plantation. Tom's immaturity, imagination, and obsession with stories put Huck's planned rescue of the runaway slave Jim in great jeopardy — and ultimately make it totally unnecessary, since he knows that Jim's owner has died and freed him in her will.< Less
Sympathy for the Devil By Graeme Maughan
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The government has fallen, demons are everywhere and fascism is on the rise. The country needs a saviour who can bring power and control back to the people. And all Lucy wants, after a lifetime of... More > serving Baroness Margaret Thatcher, is to retire, have a nice sit down, a cup of tea and a biscuit. As the country descends into chaos, Lucy is visited by demons seeking something that holds the key to solving the crisis. But Lucy has forgotten who she is and what it is they want. The country needs a hero, but Lucy is 68 years old, and wants to run away from it all. What can a little old lady do in such circumstances? And will the country get the hero it wants - or the anti-hero it needs? Sympathy for the Devil is an urban fantasy. It's set in a world somewhere between Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere and The Thick of It. There are mad clowns, angry dragons, ancient queens, sexy demons and evil politicians at every turn. And a little old lady called Lucy, and her pet cat Sam.< Less
Kenyon & Leona Udall Life Story Interviews By Jordan Udall
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Kenyon and Leona Udall talk about their lives in a series of interviews conducted by their son, Jordan Udall.
Kenyon & Leona Udall Life Story Interviews By Jordan Udall
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Kenyon and Leona Udall talk about their lives in a series of interviews conducted by their son, Jordan Udall.
Dead Men Don't Eat Lunch By Geoffrey Gilson
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"Dead Men Don't Eat Lunch" paints a devastating picture of how British Governments have been corrupted for 30 years by huge bribes from the international arms trade, and how that corruption... More > may even now be tainting the Liberal-Conservative Coalition Government of David Cameron and Nick Clegg. Special emphasis is given in "Dead Men" to the role of 'Al Yamamah,' the notorious $150 billion arms contract between Great Britain and Saudi Arabia, which still generates $300 million in kickbacks every year. The author sets out, in gripping detail, his own discovery that the mysterious death of his close colleague, and former rising British political star, Hugh Simmonds CBE, was the direct consequence of his deadly role as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's personal arms dealer, money-launderer and assassin.< Less
The Cult Of Wensday By Jayde Ver Elst
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The Cult Of Wensday proves that one man’s obsession with a single word, can spell doom - in the most literal sense – upon the very foundations of English itself.

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