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  • caribbean mystery
    Miss Marple is on holiday in the West Indies. Other guests include:  A South American lady with gigolo attendants; an English tycoon, his strangely silent secretary and a sinister masseuse who seems capable of anything...
  • civil action
    A young, get-ahead lawyer is approached by  group of families who believe themselves poisoned by toxic waste dumped near their water supply.  Many of their children have died of leukaemia.  Two of America's largest companies defend the action.  Nine years of tooth and nail litigation follow, with millions of dollars at stake as the lawyer fights a David and Goliath battle against the resources of big business.  A true story.
  • Creed For The Third Millenium

    Set in the United States of the future, Dr. Joshua Christian's work as a clinical psychologist presents him with a bitter tableau of people spiritually impoverished by too much change: political, climatic, idealogical. His deep compassion and personal magnetism have created a devout following among his patients, but living and working in the backwater of a Connecticut town, he yearns to reach out and help on a larger scale. Dr Judith Carriol, a brilliant  senior official from the Department of the Environment is as ambitious and career-oriented as she is Machiavellian. She recognises in Joshua the personification of her desire to influence history. Together the embark on a crusade to regenerate the country's morale by radically changing its peoples' outlook. Judith engineers the plot, Joshua must execute it  and on a tour of the winter-devastated country, he turns the tour into a pilgrimage that touches and renews the despairing hearts of the people.

  • darkness at sethanon

    Book III of  The Riftwars. As Prince Arutha and his companions rally their forces for the final battle with an ancient and mysterious evil, the dread necromancer Marcos the Black has once again unleashed his dark sorcery. The fate of the two worlds will be decided in a titanic struggle as the link between Kelewan and Midkemia is revived.

  • DSCN1037
    Sixty five years ago a howling, terrified mob destroyed the Reimann mansion and those inside.  But the burning need of the talisman that had given the Reimanns their terrible powers was not quenched. Sixty five years later, an anxious Elena March is afraid to go to sleep.  With each dream she relives the life - and death - of Jessica Reimann.  With each dream she is one step closer to unearthing the evil talisman. Should Elena find the talisman, all her dreams will be fulfilled - but only if she carries out her part of  bargain that has been struck in Hell.
  • modern magician

    Jack never thought he'd find a job after a college, especially a job that combined his maths skills with his love of fantasy fiction.  But then he answered a classified ad and found himself teamed up with Merlin the Magician, battling the forces of darkness AND tracking down an ancient, savage demon...Well, the ad did say, "Some risks involved..."

  • positively final appearance
    Sir Alec Guinness's observations on Britain from his journal at the the tumultuous times of Princess Diana's death, the election of Tony Blair and comments on his quintessentially English country life with Mrs Guinness.  A follow up to My Name Escapes Me, this volume covers 1996 - 1998.  Sir Alec offers frank and surprising reflections on appearing in Star Wars and hilarious reminiscences of Humphrey Bogart and Noel Coward.
  • Quiet Of Stone
    Gyll Hermond was spawned by the dark streets of Neweden, a world torn apart by intrigue and blood-feud.  He'd moulded a ragged band of kinless outcasts into a trained killing force - the Hoorka Assassins' Guild - and was then deposed in a bitter power struggles.  Now Fate bring Gyll back to Neweden as  military commander of a powerful Trading Family.  Hoorka has become a lethal weapon in the hands of a repressive regime.  Gyll must risk his life in a final confrontation with his own deadly creation.
  • rose for virtue
    The post-Revolution years saw a state of flux with the balance of power shifting back to the bourgeoisie. Napoleon's rise to power was meteoric and he is a successful young general when this book opens.  Hortense Beauharnais finds life very different when he mother becomes Bonaparte's wife and she lives her life on the chessboard of the French court amid jealousy and greed.  She is married off the Napoleon's brother but is in love with Charles de Flahaut, a gallant young officer.  History, brought to life.