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  • I Will Survive

    £9.99

     

    East End criminal and alcoholic, Liam Reilly had no option but to leave his wife and kids in London following an horrific fire at his home.

    Forced to leave England and like so many people with something to hide he found himself in the Red Light District of Amsterdam. Will his fortunes ever change?

  • Write On!

    £9.99

     

    So you want to write a novel, your story, your life, your memoir, autobiography or your family history. WRITE ON! Will help you do just that.

    Graham Sclater has published seven novels in different genres and now gives creative writing talks on cruise ships, at libraries and literary festivals.

    Graham Sclater’s book – WRITE ON! is written just for you.

  • Cowboys and Angels

    £9.99

     

    Harry Clark was a soldier stationed in Cyprus where he met and married Greek Cypriot, Xanthi. Within weeks of the birth of their daughter he left to join the Special Forces. His precarious life was cut short when he was shot by Malik, an Iraqi insurgent and left for dead. He survived momentarily only to be the victim of a grenade attack from “The Shadow.”

  • More Than A Woman

    £9.99

     

    When an illicit affair with womaniser and ultra-wealthy city financier Julian Hamilton-Lufton turns sour Alicia Fisher commits suicide.

    Will this provoke his earlier spurned conquests to return and wreak their revenge?

    This psychological thriller takes the reader to Seoul, the cosmetic surgery capital of the world, into the financial world in the City of London and deep into the underbelly of Bangkok and the world of the ladyboys.

  • Love Shack

    £9.99

     

    Liam Reilly is an East End criminal, and alcoholic, and in 1999 he is forced to leave his home and family following a horrific episode caused by his drunkenness. He finds himself alone in Amsterdam, a city notorious for its extraordinary take on drugs and sex.

    Can he finally beat his demons? Can he survive the next chapter of his pathetic life as he is immediately immersed in the seedy underworld that is the Red Light District?

  • Too Big To Cry

    £9.99

     

    Brian Chapman feels the brunt of the problem as he struggles to keep his family business afloat with diminishing income and the looming financial catastrophe.

    It’s 2010 and the world is on the edge of a financial meltdown. Can he survive this most challenging problem of his life or will he lose everything?

  • Ticket To Ride

    £9.99

     

    Ticket to Ride’ is a satisfyingly filthy yet delightfully innocent, romp through the bars and clubs of late 60s Germany as The Cheetahs, a young band from small town southern England, chase their dreams along the trail blazed by the Beatles in Hamburg. Along the way they discover the realities of life on the road in all of its Dirt & Glory, Sex & Drugs, Life & Death and Rock & Roll.

  • Hatred Is The Key

    £9.99

     

    It’s 1814 and England is at war with America again. Prisoners-of-war are transported back to Dartmoor prison where they are held even after the war has ended. The result is an attempted break out and a massacre of some of those prisoners.

  • We’re Gonna Be Famous

    £4.99

     

    Young sisters, Hannah and Abi are faced with a dilemma that would not be wished on anyone.

    How do they help their seriously ill mother is in desperate need of life saving and expensive treatment in America when all they have is their pocket money.

    Perhaps their love of music will help them but can they do anything in time?