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Saint…or Sinner? By Kathleen Bartholomew
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'She was 17 years old when Reverend James came to the Baptist Chapel in her town for an introductory service.' Into Kate's life strode the charismatic Reverend James, and for her things will never... More > be the same again. Set against the backdrop of the industrial East Midlands, Kathleen Bartholomew's semi-autobiographical novella weaves its powerful themes of religion and rites of passage, taking the reader on an emotional journey before reaching its stark conclusion.< Less
Turned Out Nice Again By Deborah Tyler-Bennett
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Deborah Tyler-Bennett’s collection of stories draws deeply on that tradition. Inspired by the music halls and variety, these stories chronicle the lives of a linked group of characters in the... More > East Midlands in the heyday of musical comedy. Alf and Shirl, Vi, Courtney and Bean (“the boys most likely to…”) Beryl, and the redoubtable Grandwem are all expertly drawn and brought to life in these pages, their trials and triumphs, tragedies and tribulations.< Less
By The Way By Eric Hibbert
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Brought up with the brutalities of life in 'the pits', the cut and thrust of the building trade and the random acts of violence perpetrated by sickness and war, you would think that life would be... More > about survival. Think again. With a dash of humour, a slice of humility and a large helping of faith this life offers a recipe for living.< Less
Oakham In Bloom Portfolio 2008 By Oakham In Bloom
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The portfolio of Oakham In Bloom for 2008 to supplement the information for the East Midlands In Bloom competition judging. A guide to the floral displays and enviromental aspects of Rutland's... More > county town - the smallest county in England.< Less
A History of the Attwell Family 1640-1890 By Bill Attwell
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This is the second in a series of three books covering the history of the Attwell family. Now in its second edition, and considerably updated, this volume extends over 250 years, and recounts the... More > lives of six generations of Attwells during the period 1640 - 1890. The book reveals how a Master of the Waxchandler's Company knew King Charles II, and how the royal association ultimately led to our ancestor's downfall. It shows how the family then moved from London to the Midlands. There they settled and prospered successively as school teachers, a staymaker and then as watchmakers, returning eventually to London where they became probably the foremost family of butchers in the capital. This volume not only describes their lives, but also provides detailed biographical information, numerous family trees, Wills, inventories, details of land dealings and much other fascinating information. Essential reading for all Attwell Family Historians, and an ideal birthday or Christmas gift.< Less
A History of the Attwell Family 1640-1890 - Colour version By Bill Attwell
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This is the second in a series of three books covering the history of the Attwell family. Now in its second edition, and considerably updated, this full colour volume extends over 250 years, and... More > recounts the lives of six generations of Attwells during the period 1640 - 1890. The book reveals how a Master of the Waxchandler's Company knew King Charles II, and how the royal association ultimately led to our ancestor's downfall. It shows how the family then moved from London to the Midlands. There they settled and prospered successively as school teachers, a staymaker and then as watchmakers, returning eventually to London where they became one of the foremost families of butchers in the capital. This volume not only describes their lives, but also provides detailed biographical detail, numerous family trees, Wills, inventories, details of land dealings and much other fascinating information. Essential reading for all Attwell Family Historians, and an ideal birthday or Christmas gift.< Less
IS THAT YOU MR CLOONEY? By S. Kadison
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S. Kadison has been a teacher for over twenty years and draws on this experience in several stories. Born in Germany, Kadison came to England as an infant and was raised in a small village in Kent.... More > Moving to Bristol as a science student and then later holding jobs in the north-east, the Midlands, Yorkshire and Manchester, Kadison’s writing is informed by the cultural uniformity discovered within this variety. This is the author’s first collection of stories.< Less
An Analysis of the Application of Contractual Principles in Criminal Contexts By Joseph Harvey
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An Analysis of the Application of Contractual Principles in Criminal Contexts is a look at the potential overlap between two very different areas of the law. It looks at how the law of contract has... More > developed as a result of criminal cases and whether or not it is appropriate to import other principles from one area to the other. Joe Harvey is a solicitor in private practice in the East Midlands practicing in the field of Criminal Law. He also lectures Contract Law at De Montfort University, Leicester.< Less
An Analysis of the Application of Contractual Principles in Criminal Contexts By Joseph Harvey
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An Analysis of the Application of Contractual Principles in Criminal Contexts is a look at the potential overlap between two very different areas of the law. It looks at how the law of contract has... More > developed as a result of criminal cases and whether or not it is appropriate to import other principles from one area to the other. Joe Harvey is a solicitor in private practice in the East Midlands practicing in the field of Criminal Law. He also lectures Contract Law at De Montfort University, Leicester.< Less
The Green Pulse By Giles Watson, John Lincoln
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John Lincoln is an artist living in the East Midlands of England on the edge of the Fens. Giles Watson lived for eighteen years in a variety of English landscapes, including County Durham, Burnham... More > Beeches, and the chalk downs of southern Oxfordshire. Artist and poet share a passion for natural history, and an interest in the ways in which trees in the landscape come to affect and reflect human emotions. Both are also enthusiasts for the work of John Clare, whose writing is steeped in the atmospheres of Fenland, and the paintings and poems in this little volume are tributes to his legacy. In 'The Green Pulse', text and image enjoy a subtle interplay, documenting the emotional, aesthetic and sometimes synaesthetic experience of walking amongst trees.< Less