Kotana, Tohoj, Enoh and Sahinou make up the world of Moonpek. Peace has lasted for years...but unlike war, hatred never dies. Scores will be settled. New threats will emerge. And a young fox's idea of life will be shattered by attempted assassinations, powerful revelations and the love of a beautiful woman.
A Nipper’s Tale is the delightful biography of Alan Rampling who spent most of his working life doing something he loved – gardening. Growing up in 1950s Preston, he left school with no qualifications and no idea of what he wanted to do with his life. One day he walked into the Preston parks department and asked if there were any vacancies, was taken on a six months’ trial basis and ended up staying for 52 years.
Over the years as I read the works of Teilhard de Chardin I became more and more convinced of the breathtaking plan God had designed for His Creation and the building of His Kingdom and crucially, the human race’s specific involvement in it. Because of this I felt drawn to write a simple, short commentary on what I have learned from this great man and this book is the result.
The writings of True Life in God given to Vassula Ryden, visionary and mystic, tell us of God’s great works of today and His wish to draw each one of His children into an intimate relationship with Him.
A Sailor's Tale is a rolling tale, based on real people and real events, creatively coloured with characters of a more dubious pedigree, A Sailor's Tale illustrates what a group of men in their twenties got up to, sailing one of King George VI's lesser warships around the world during and just after the last war.
Madison Isaacs is on the threshold of adulthood and has the world at her feet. Her confidence is shaken, however, when she discovers her father may not have died in Germany those many years ago as her mother had told her. Having lost trust in her mother, she decides to head from Australia to Berlin to find out the truth for herself. Berlin slowly reveals its turbulent past and boasts its former glory as a Cold War frontier town – where the divided East and West ground up against each other along the Berlin Wall.
A Simple Man is about Piers de Terre, a traveller and herbalist. The story begins with Piers telling us how he travels around the land, using a variety of plants to heal the sick. Piers, a widower whose wife died in childbirth, has two children that he leaves with his mother while he travels, often for up to six months at a time. He sets out in the late spring when the young seedlings are well and he returns home in the autumn, spending the winter months planting and making notes on his observations.
From the mind of R.E.G. Davies comes a unique, noir-style crime thriller. You know who the criminals are. Now follow along as two detectives endeavour to determine the how's and why's, and then attempt to bring the perpetrators to justice. Set in 1970s London, detective David Thomas and insurance agent Elizabeth Lloyd investigate a fire that burned down a disused council warehouse site in Hammersmith. As they learn about the men responsible for the criminal act, it becomes clear that this was only the beginning. Something much larger is at stake.
When two perfectly normal women, both of high intelligence and sharing an attitude of total scepticism towards religion and the idea of an Other World, are suddenly beset, at different times and in different places, by what can only be described as occult phenomena, the impact on their lives and personalities – to say nothing of the lives of those closest to them – can be dramatic.
This is the first collection of short stories by M J David. Drawn from personal experience and life in general, this eclectic mix of stories are captivating and will leave the reader wanting more. Some will have you asking questions about your life and how you live. Others will leave you with a sense of hope.
Toby Freeman is a troubled man. Haunted by his own perceived failings and the growing evidence of mankind's relentless abuse and misuse of the natural environment, Toby unwittingly embarks upon a journey that will take him back and then forward in time. Finding himself bound up with the agents of change, he travels through rural backwaters, cities, natural disaster and war to witness the emergence of a radically altered, more enlightened and sustainable society in which 'leadership' by an elected political elite has been abandoned.