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Monmouthshire and S.Wales By Farhat Jah
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A Collection of images, with very few words, designed to capture the imagination of potential guests and hillwalkers to Britain's most spectacular principality. Readers should have a mild sense of... More > humour.< Less
Shadow-Boxing Leaves No Bruises By Frank Swales
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Conflicting love and hostility play out against the backdrop of apartheid and street politics of South Africa's violent townships. Immigrant Acker loves drinking and flouting South Africa's strict... More > immorality laws. He gets involved with Thoko, who makes a living by entrapping white men. Her controller is D-S Harrid of the SAP. Acker takes Thoko to Mama Poppie’s Sowetan shebeen to escape Harrid's clutches but lands in a riot and is grabbed by gangsters, along with Poppie’s husband. Both men are beaten; deals are offered for their lives. Thoko must decide which side she is on; will she pay the price demanded for Acker’s life? Acker and Poppie play the ruthless gangster, Fats, against the political activist, Mokae. But the People's Council is adamant: someone must die. Will it be Poppie's husband, or the wild honky? Acker finds himself fighting on two fronts — against a tide of black hatred, and internal conflicts erupting from his emotionally raw past. Contains some bad language and explicit sex scenes.< Less
Shadow-Boxing Leaves No Bruises By Frank Swales
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Conflicting love and hostility play out against the backdrop of apartheid and street politics of South Africa's violent townships. Immigrant Acker loves drinking and flouting South Africa's strict... More > immorality laws. He gets involved with Thoko, who makes a living by entrapping white men. Her controller is D-S Harrid of the SAP. Acker takes Thoko to Mama Poppie’s Sowetan shebeen to escape Harrid's clutches but lands in a riot and is grabbed by gangsters, along with Poppie’s husband. Both men are beaten; deals are offered for their lives. Thoko must decide which side she is on; will she pay the price demanded for Acker’s life? Acker and Poppie play the ruthless gangster, Fats, against the political activist, Mokae. But the People's Council is adamant: someone must die. Will it be Poppie's husband, or the wild honky? Acker finds himself fighting on two fronts — against a tide of black hatred, and internal conflicts erupting from his emotionally raw past. Contains some bad language and explicit sex scenes.< Less
Substitutes By Frank Swales
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Take your average young working man from his familiar surroundings in England's industrial north and drop him into Paradise. But Paradise has its dark side: it's called Apartheid. How will Ed... More > Stranton cope with a society which cossets him, looks after his every material need, as long as he does, says and thinks only what is expected of him? Is Ed ready for South Africa in the Apartheid Era? How can he cope with the break-up of his young family; what will he do with his new freedom in the aftermath? A freedom which drives him across the colour bar and against the servants of the brutal regime. All he wants is love, he thinks. What he gets is something much more. Get inside the head of a young man wrestling with waywardness, guilt, insecurity, and love in its many guises, all wrapped up in the rutting lust of a healthy young animal. The male reader will squirm with its home truths, and every woman will see her man in a new light. Contains some bad language and explicit sex scenes.< Less
Substitutes By Frank Swales
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Take your average young working man from his familiar surroundings in England's industrial north and drop him into Paradise. But Paradise has its dark side: it's called Apartheid. How will Ed... More > Stranton cope with a society which cossets him, looks after his every material need, as long as he does, says and thinks only what is expected of him? Is Ed ready for South Africa in the Apartheid Era? How can he cope with the break-up of his young family; what will he do with his new freedom in the aftermath? A freedom which drives him across the colour bar and against the servants of the brutal regime. All he wants is love, he thinks. What he gets is something much more. Get inside the head of a young man wrestling with waywardness, guilt, insecurity, and love in its many guises, all wrapped up in the rutting lust of a healthy young animal. The male reader will squirm with its home truths, and every woman will see her man in a new light. Contains some bad language and explicit sex scenes.< Less
Swale Studio Yearbook 2006-2007 By Michelle Loftus
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A collection of all the images by Swale Studio in 2006 and 2007
The Girl Who Left Forty-two Messages By Tiffany Lynn Swale
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Tiffany Swale began writing poetry in middle school. Her writing has always been an outlet, a way to cope with her feelings and to deal with her depression and anxiety; a way to deal with her trials... More > in life. The purpose of this, her very first book is to inspire and challenge young adults to know that there is always hope.< Less
Rainwater as a Resource By TreePeople
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A 56-page report on three innovative stormwater management projects in Los Angeles. Rainwater as a Resource is a frank discussion of TreePeople’s implementation of these projects and the... More > lessons learned along the way. The report also summarizes the groundbreaking work on water quality and supply issues that TreePeople has been doing since 1998. For more information, visit www.treepeople.org.< Less
Rainwater as a Resource By TreePeople
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A 56-page report on three innovative stormwater management projects in Los Angeles. Rainwater as a Resource is a frank discussion of TreePeople’s implementation of these projects and the... More > lessons learned along the way. The report also summarizes the groundbreaking work on water quality and supply issues that TreePeople has been doing since 1998. For more information, visit www.treepeople.org.< Less
Yorkshire Battles By Edward Lamplough
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It was on Yorkshire soil that the tides of foreign invasion were rolled back in blood at Stamford Bridge and Northallerton; the misfortunes attendant upon the reign of weak and incapable princes are... More > illustrated by the fields of Boroughbridge, Byland Abbey, and Myton-upon-Swale, and, in the first days of our greatest national struggle, the true men of Yorkshire freely shed their blood at Tadcaster, Bradford, Leeds, Wakefield, Adwalton Moor and Hull, keeping open the pathway by which Fairfax passed from Selby to Marston Moor< Less