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Coast to Coast for Over Seventies By David Parsons
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A Coast-to-Coast walk with a difference, undertaken by a couple nearly into their eighties.
Life Begins at Seventy By David Muncaster
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Romantic Comedy. One easy split set comprising public bar and café. Four elderly but not over the hill characters find that one is never too old to fall in love but issues from that past must... More > be resolved before one can make plans for the future. Dorothy and Betty have known each other since childhood and their constant bickering belies a deep held fondness for one another. Straight-laced Tom and aging rogue Bill have recently become unlikely fiends but what connects them to the women? And why is the waitress constantly trying to eavesdrop on conversations in the café? All will be revealed in this warm and affectionate comedy.< Less
Club Seventy Seven By Peter Knowles
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Town End Cafe, aka Club 77 was not a club as such, in fact it wasn’t a club at all; but a back street cafe. The 77 came from the address of the cafe ‘No77’, the club was actually a... More > gang of young teenagers who rode motorcycles and dressed the same, leather jackets, ice blue denim jeans, motorcycle boots with white fisherman’s socks turned down over the tops and white crash helmets with the number 77 on the side. We met at the cafe not to do anything special, just to hang around and brag about girls and bikes. The table and chairs had all seen better days, they had all been damaged at some time, even patched up and repaired they still bared the scars of many an inconsiderate customer, especially us.< Less
I have never been seventy before - the index By Peter Byers
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Peter Byers life story - the books history. The full book is over 500 pages - expensive. Eight extracts have been produced - their dtails are shown here.
The Anderson Surpriser: Written After He Was Seventy-Five Years of Age. By Robert Anderson
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The Rev. Robert Anderson, a colored man, over seventy-five years of age, is in the city, engaged in selling a book written by himself. The author styles this volume REV. ROBERT ANDERSON'S SURPRISER.... More > The first volume reached the fifth edition, and was printed in the establishment of J. W. Burke & Co., Macon, Ga. The present is a continuation of the first, but is complete in itself.< Less
The Anderson Surpriser: Written After He Was Seventy-Five Years of Age. By Robert Anderson
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The Rev. Robert Anderson, a colored man, over seventy-five years of age, is in the city, engaged in selling a book written by himself. The author styles this volume REV. ROBERT ANDERSON'S SURPRISER.... More > The first volume reached the fifth edition, and was printed in the establishment of J. W. Burke & Co., Macon, Ga. The present is a continuation of the first, but is complete in itself. The Rev. Robert Anderson is among the oldest colored men now living in Georgia. He became a citizen in 1838; and is well known all over the State and in other sections of the South. In his younger days, and while living here in Macon, he was employed by four different Banks, namely: The Columbus, State, Ocmulgee and the Hawkinsville, and always justified the confidence which the officers of these institutions placed in him. They occasionally tested his honesty, but always found him true to his trust. If you buy his book, you will read what he has to say about these and many other matters connected with himself.< Less
Screen, Page, and Place: Over three decades of writing on films, books and travel By Richard T. Owen
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A well-written collection of film, book, and travel reviews dating from the mid-seventies to the late nineties. The films embrace extremes of style from Taxi Driver to Honey I Shrunk the Kids, the... More > books from Picnic at Hanging Rock to Bridget Jones’s Diary, and the travel articles wander from New York to New Orleans, Portugal, St Lucia, Turkey and Prague. Almost as interesting as the reviews themselves are notes or trivia added after their publication or release—on awards, the death of an actor, writer, director, or unforeseen events. A section on intriguing credits such as ‘best boy’ or ‘Foley artist’ and the work of notable cinematographers and designers add to the book’s appeal. ‘Well-written, precise...with confident organisation, excellent control of language...and a light touch where apposite...’ F B McGillion, author of On the Edge of a Lifetime.< Less
KITES, BIRDS & STUFF - Over 150 Years of BRITISH Aviation - Makers & Manufacturers - Volume 3 - P to Z By P.D. Stemp
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A history of aviation pioneers and companies of Great Britain. From the early years to the modern day. A comprehensive study of old and new. Including :- Parnall - Pemberton-Billing - Percival -... More > Sage - Saunders-Roe - Slingsby - Spartan - Taylorcraft - Tipsy - White & Thompson - Wight - to name but a few. A two hundred and seventy six page book. Individual details of some 490 aircraft. Around 436 pictures plus 134 plan diagrams.< Less
Phoenix Park By Gabriel Wood
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Julian Grant has a chance to make good the mistakes of his past, set right his more questionable decisions and assure himself of a brighter, happier future. But when faced with living his life over... More > for a second time, how steadfast will Julian’s resolve remain? When everyone is counting on him to do the right thing, will Julian come through as the hero he so desperately wants to be? Or would it all just be a hell of a lot simpler to revert to type and make everything just that little bit more complicated?< Less
Phoenix Park By Gabriel Wood
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Julian Grant has a chance to make good the mistakes of his past, set right his more questionable decisions and assure himself of a brighter, happier future. But when faced with living his life over... More > for a second time, how steadfast will Julian’s resolve remain? When everyone is counting on him to do the right thing, will Julian come through as the hero he so desperately wants to be? Or would it all just be a hell of a lot simpler to revert to type and make everything just that little bit more complicated?< Less

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