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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
Like A Rolling Stool By Steve Rudd
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The final volume in Steve Rudd's Arran quadrilogy, covering the attempts he made to re-visit the Island in his wheelchair following his release from hospital in 2010
Hampshire at War: An Oral History 1939-1945 By Patricia Ross
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The people of Hampshire tell of their experiences during the second world war in their own words.
Loitering With Tin Tent By Steve Rudd
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Further Ramblings by Steve Rudd, this time on the lake District and on the Isle of Arran.
Changes By Gez Walsh
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The second novel in the Twisted Minds series by Gez Walsh. Have you ever wished you could change just one day in your life? Maybe the day when the love of your life walked away forever. Or was it... More > the day when you made a complete fool of yourself at the most important job interview ever! We all have regrets, especially when someone close to us dies, all the things you could have told them but didn’t, well a young woman called Ellie had the chance, the chance we will never have, a chance to put it all right!< Less
Granny Fenwick's Recipes and Remedies By Steve Rudd
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Cookery with added social history - these are the recipes and household hints of Steve Rudd's grandmother, Sarah Jane Fenwick, 1887-1980.
Railwaymen By Maisie Robson
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The Organization and Staffing of an Edwardian Railway, edited from contemporary sources.
Albion By Steve Rudd
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Steve Rudd was born in Hull, East Yorkshire, in 1955, completely naked, unable to walk, talk, or fend for himself. His chief poetic claim to fame is that he once served Philip Larkin in a bookshop.... More > Unfortunately for both parties at the time, he mistook the great man for Eric Morecambe. He lives in West Yorkshire with a wife, a cat, and a variable number of dogs, but not necessarily in that order. His hobbies include annoying people, lying under the table with an empty can of Special Brew (which is, in itself, a form of prayer) thinking about Abraham Lincoln’s hat, and having staring contests with the linoleum. In common with many other misguided adolescents, he began writing poetry while still at school. Fortunately for mankind, all of this early work has been lost. Albion is his third poetry collection, and, like the other two, will probably appeal most strongly to people who have a table with one leg 0.33cm shorter than the other three.< Less
Catheter, Come Home By Steve Rudd
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The story of Steve Rudd's long fight back from six months of hospital incarceration in 2010 following life-saving bowel surgery, culminating in his diagnosis with Muscular Dystrophy. Funny, brave,... More > vivid, candid, a warts-and-all portrait of the British NHS.< Less
The Hereward Inheritance By Harry Fenwick
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Sacked by his college, Peter Glasson retires in disgrace from the world of archaeology and tries to lose himself in the anonymity of the Fens, the only person to stand by him being Jenny McArthur,... More > who he met during the excavation of the Nine Quines site in Scotland. His attempts to live incognito, grieve for the death of his daughter, and build a new life are thrown into disarray when he comes to the attention of a sinister local fringe political group, run by a wealthy local architect, John Leman. Thus begins a deadly game of hide-and-seek which ends with a series of revelations that will mean that for them, life will never be the same again. Also by Harry Fenwick: The Nine Quines< Less