Some Selections From Our Members
Book Review For “The Bridge Of Deaths” – by M. C. V. Egan
M.C.V. Egan’s book ‘The Bridge Of Deaths’ is unique because the author is driven by childhood memories, family stories and perhaps the spirit of her grandfather who died when an English aircraft (carrying 5) crashed on August 15, 1939. Her exhaustive research, passion for details and networking abilities brings this fiction (based on real events)
A Cupboardful Of Shoes: And Other Stories – by Colin A. Wright
After a life dedicated to the study of languages, A. Colin Wright has distilled his life’s observations into this engaging collection of short stories, most of which have been previously published in literary journals. Now retired, his life’s adventures, which include serving in the British Air Force, attending Cambridge University, and being a professor of
Rebirth – by Dave Longeuay
How did a remnant of scattered Jews rise to build a mighty superpower in the Middle East?
Fleeing his father’s anti-Semitic organization, Charles Devonshire journeys into the most volatile landgrab in history-Post WWII Palestine. Charles pursues a beautiful but mysterious librarian, Gladia, who introduces him to the elaborate Jewish underground. While joining their plight to
Wisdom and Rubies – by J. F. Slattery
Eminent criminal barrister Adolphus Winterbourne had been worried about his godson Arthur before but when he discovered that the young man was in Clerkenwell prison on remand for suspected burglary, he got quite a shock…
It is 1829, and burglary is a capital offence. But Arthur’s brief stay in a London prison on a mistaken
Depth Of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery) – by Alexander Galant
Award-Winning Finalist in the E-Book: Mystery/Thriller/Adventure category of the 2012 International Book Awards* The year is 1982, and a beautiful young woman, dressed in Edwardian clothing, is found floating unconscious in the North Atlantic with a 1912 boarding pass to the RMS Titanic. Over in England, Callum Toughill, an insurance investigator, is assigned the case
Your email was successfully sent. Your enquiry will be dealt with as soon as possible.
Required fields not completed correctly.