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  • by the pricking of my thumbs
    When Tommy a Tuppence Beresford visit an unpleasant old bat of an aunt at a rest home, they encounter disappearing old ladies, sinister empty houses and black magic.
  • bellwether
    Sandra Foster studies fads - from Barbie dolls to the grunge look - how they start and what they mean. Bennett O'Reilly is a chaos theorist studying monkey group behaviour.  They both work for the HiTek Coporation, strangers until a misdelivered package brings them together. A moment of synchronicity - if not serendipity - which leads them into a chaotic system of their own, complete with a million dollar research grant, cafe latte, tattoos and a series of unlucky coincidences that leaves Bennett monkeyless, fundless and nearly jobless. Sandra intercedes with a flock of sheep and an idea for a joint project - after all, what better animal to study both chaos theory and herd mentality? But scientific study is rarely straightforward...
  • More Things
    Features such myths, mysteries and marvels as: the giant skulls; living dinosaurs; footage of an abominable snowman; frozen mammoths; animal ESP and space visitors.
  • First Man In Rome
    Book I of the Rome series. On New year's Day in 110 B.C. two very different men watch the latest Roman mediocrities assume the coveted mantle of consul.  One is Sulla, handsome and debauched son of an impeccably aristocratic house prevented by penury from claiming his birthright and the other is Marius, a wealthy rustic barred by his low birth from grasping his prophesised destiny - to become the First Man in Rome. But the Goddess Fortune favours them both.  They are brought together by war in distant lands to battle the enemies of Rome - and the enemies within Rome - in the quest to become the First Man. A meticulously researched and accurate historical novel.
  • Remembrance Day

    As the new millennium dawns, only 100-year-old Selma Bartley knows why one Yorkshire village refuses to honour its war dead. One summer's day in 1913, a brush with tragedy irrevocably binds the fates of two families together. 1914, and West Sharland sends its men off to fight. Blacksmith's daughter Selma is left to manage both the family business and her blossoming feelings for aristocrat Guy Cantrell. When Guy is wounded in battle, his identical twin Angus takes his place, unbeknownst to his brother.  But Angus's actions in France result in catastrophe for the Bartley family, hundreds of miles away in West Sharland. Overnight the village turns against the Bartleys and Selma's distraught parents urge her to make a new life for herself in America. Horrified by his brother's actions, Guy ends up in Pennsylvania with a new identity and a sense of peace. But years later, as war looms again on the horizon, secrets are resurrected, reuniting Selma and Guy - and the names of the dead must be uttered once more...

  • Tower Of Geburah
    Book I of this series. Three children are unwittingly drawn into a land of dwarves, goblins and jinns. They discover that the king is a prisoner in his own country and embark on a mission to restore him to his rightful place. Cover art by Kinuko Craft.
  • Warrior En Garde

    Book I of The Warrior trilogy. Stripped of his rank, exiled Justin Allard is given one last chance to save his honour - by risking his life in the gladiatorial arenas of Solaris VII. But his newest Game World opponent - more skilled at Mech-to-Mech combat than any other rival - raises the stakes even higher. It's Justin's own half brother Daniel, lance commander in the dread Kell Hounds mercenary battalion. But Daniel has more serious worries than dealing with his embittered half brother. Princess Melissa Steiner, heir apparent of the Lyran Commonwealth, has been hijacked and the future of the Inner Sphere depends on her fate. Both Daniel and Justin face fierce battles, but in the Inner Sphere, where nobles have schemed for centuries to win the ultimate power, those who interfere with the Successor Lords are sometimes called heroes - and sometimes called victims.

  • Toyman

    Book III of The Dumarest Saga. Wanted by Dumarest: information on the whereabouts of the planet Earth. On the world Toy was the giant computer that might have the information. But the world of Toy gave nothing for free. The information would be costly. Dumarest would have to take part in the Toy games. Fight like a tin soldier in a giant nursery. Yet there was nothing childish about being a plaything on Toy. The pain was real - as were the wounds, the blood and death.