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Bird Brain

This is a frivolous, tongue-in-cheek story full of astute satire, wry social observation and some very good jokes. Centred on the traditional shooting fraternity, the reader is left to make up their own mind about the correct balance between shooting for fun and animal rights. You will thoroughly enjoy the characterisation of the animals which is excellent and somehow spookily realistic.

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The Lifeboat

A moral dilemma: how far would you go to ensure your survival on a leaking overcrowded lifeboat? It’s 1914 and a young newlywed stands trial after surviving the explosion of an ocean liner and three weeks lost at sea. Not a summer cruise read for those who suffer sea sickness.

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The Children's Hospital

A 'state of the art' children's hospital and its occupants survive unscathed after the world is destroyed by a massive flood. The novel is narrated through the eyes of a young medical student with a tragic background and involves a huge cast of characters, heavenly angels, miracles and a vast amount of medical information. An incredible and frankly overwhelming read from a very gifted author. Well worth the time and effort.

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Fish Change Direction in Cold Weather

It’s an ill wind, as they say, that blows no good, but this time an ice storm does even more: mending a broken marriage, healing neighbourly rifts and generally acting as a ploy by Cupid – even for fish! This whimsical tale is a cheerful tonic for those cold wintry days, when Spring still seems a long way off.

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