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Squalor Bros. By Bob Shellshock
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in this book, a frog and his friends go on a big adventure to save the land of squalor.
Shell-Shocked By Howard Brezner
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The novel "Shell-Shocked" is an adventurous journey into the mind and soul of the central character, Jessie. "Shell-Shocked" provides extraordinary psychological insight and... More > profound depth in the profile of its main character. Consequently, it deals with fear, psychological and social struggles, and allows the reader to interact with Jessie's inferiority complexes through his emotions. Jessie's fears are in each one of us. Jessie's circumstances may be extraordinary but his innermost feelings and values are quite ordinary. As you get to know Jessie, you may empathize with his truth and reflect on your own. Throughout the journey the underlying story is about listening to his coping mechanisms with regards to his values, love, maturity, and ability to forgive.< Less
Lynchcliffe Chronicles Volume two: the enemy within By Melanie Dent
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WARNING: NOT SUITABLE FOR PERSONS BELOW 18 OWING TO ADULT MATERIAL OF A SEXUAL NATURE AND ADULT THEMES. A faithful servant collapses at a wedding. The Franklins’ love story continues as... More > Britain goes to war. Lady Lynchcliffe finds new love as she worries about her son away fighting on the Western Front. The household at Lynchcliffe Park have their loyalties and resolve tested almost to breaking point as they stand against heart-break, marital infidelity and death. Lord Michael Lynchcliffe returns from the Front a tortured and broken man. Can the combined love of his mother and his sweetheart, Irene, help him conquer his demons? Sometimes the deadliest enemy a man has to face is none other than himself.< Less
Hindsight - The War Poetry By S J Robinson
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A selection of original but traditional war poetry in by a current poet , with illustrations. Mainly refers to the Great war (1914-1918) but relevant to conflict and Remembrance in all eras.
A Signaller’s War: Notes Compiled from My Diary 1914-1918 By Sgt. Bernard Brookes
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Sergeant Bernard Brookes was a signaller in World War One. He recorded his day-to-day experiences in notebooks, which he wrote up later during convalescence. He describes unsentimentally the... More > appalling conditions in the trenches and includes the famous Christmas Truce, as well as humorous exploits during rest periods and even while under fire (including chimney-climbing and the chicken incident). After ten months in Flanders, Bernard was tasked with going ‘over the top’ to the captured lines to deliver an order – after two signallers had already been killed trying. Covered in mud and scrambling over dead bodies during heavy bombardment, 22-year-old Bernard achieved his mission but suffered shellshock. He was invalided out of active service and spent the rest of the War at various military hospitals, first as a patient and then as a staff member. He never regretted joining the Army. ***All profits from the sale of this book go to the Royal British Legion.***< Less
A Signaller's War: Notes Compiled from My Diary 1914-1918 By Sgt. Bernard Brookes
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Sergeant Bernard Brookes was a signaller in World War One. He recorded his day-to-day experiences in notebooks, which he wrote up later during convalescence. He describes unsentimentally the... More > appalling conditions in the trenches and includes the famous Christmas Truce, as well as humorous exploits during rest periods and even while under fire (including chimney-climbing and the chicken incident). After ten months in Flanders, Bernard was tasked with going ‘over the top’ to the captured lines to deliver an order – after two signallers had already been killed trying. Covered in mud and scrambling over dead bodies during heavy bombardment, 22-year-old Bernard achieved his mission but suffered shellshock. He was invalided out of active service and spent the rest of the War at various military hospitals, first as a patient and then as a staff member. He never regretted joining the Army. ***All profits from the sale of this book go to the Royal British Legion.***< Less
The Frog Princess By Peter Rogerson
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Thomas Dangerfield was a young man when he went to fight the good fight in the Second World War, newly married, with a beautiful wife and a young son. He returned a changed man, plagued by... More > nightmares and filled with a terrible anger that wouldn’t go away. So he set about trying to sort his life out. In the army they’d taught him to hurt, to maim, to kill and using that knowledge was the only way he knew how to tackle his problems. Over half a century later his son was lonely and his only real companion was his dog Frisky. One day, whilst out in the countryside with that dog, he caught sight of a pair of legs that tormented him. It was the way they emerged from a brief pair of shorts, a reminder of a sexuality he’d forgotten that he’d once had. But he was shy, and instead of drawing the woman’s attention to himself he met and started an on-going conversation with a tweedy woman with whiskers on her face and a predeliction for kissing a dead frog. So he called her the Frog Princess...< Less
The Frog Princess By Peter Rogerson
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Thomas Dangerfield was a young man when he went to fight the good fight in the Second World War, newly married, with a beautiful wife and a young son. He returned a changed man, plagued by... More > nightmares and filled with a terrible anger that wouldn’t go away. So he set about trying to sort his life out. In the army they’d taught him to hurt, to maim, to kill and using that knowledge was the only way he knew how to tackle his problems. Over half a century later his son was lonely and his only real companion was his dog Frisky. One day, whilst out in the countryside with that dog, he caught sight of a pair of legs that tormented him. It was the way they emerged from a brief pair of shorts, a reminder of a sexuality he’d forgotten that he’d once had. But he was shy, and instead of drawing the woman’s attention to himself he met and started an on-going conversation with a tweedy woman with whiskers on her face and a predeliction for kissing a dead frog. So he called her the Frog Princess...< Less
Prequel By Chris Johnson
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Every war leaves a mark upon time, as well as the earth upon which it is fought. In Dublin, Georgia, in the spring of 1974, the survivors of wars from the distant past welcomed home the soldiers of... More > the war in Vietnam. The children who would fight another, distant war, were marked for battle by a convergence of forces hidden by a natural disaster that most thought would be remembered as the defining moment of their lifetimes—but it was only the prequel. Life in small towns, and everywhere, was changed—forever. The real war was just beginning.< Less
Dali's Dead - Funeral Friday By B. Richards
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A young shell-shocked soldier arrives in St. Ives, Cornwall on VE Day 1945 . The locals nick-name him 'Dali'. In a series of vignettes taken from each decade we build up a portrait of Dali as... More > reflected in the lives of the people who knew him. Peppered in pithy observations about love and life- at times hilarious, at times poignant - DALI'S DEAD FUNERAL FRIDAY is full of the joy of just being alive.< Less