Category: Literature and Fiction

Bridging The Gulf by Malcolm Hollingdrake

This fast moving, thought-provoking thriller is set partly in the stunning beauty and history of Turkish Cyprus.

The novel follows one man’s struggle against faceless bureaucrats bent on negating the existence of Gulf War Syndrome.  

Roy Hanna is a driven man. On his return from the Gulf War, in which he was injured and his comrades killed, he appears to be a successful salesman with everything he could want. Behind his facade, he believes he is suffering from Gulf War Syndrome and that the Government is carrying out a massive cover-up.

The lives of countless sufferers lie in ruins. He is determined that the Government should pay and he embarks on a bombing spree to ensure that it does.

The Girl in the Corner by Amanda Prowse

SYNOPSIS From bestselling author Amanda Prowse comes the poignant tale of a woman who has always been there for her family. But will they be there for her? Rae-Valentine and Howard were childhood sweethearts. They’ve shared twenty-five peaceful years since they were brought together by Dolly, Howard’s larger-than-life […]

Presumed Guilty by Jane Isaac

DC Beth Chamberlain #2 SYNOPSIS Accident or murder? The first victim – a prominent local councillor, killed in a hit and run ‒ could be either, but the next bodies leave no doubt. A twisted killer is at large. And he’s not finished yet. DC Beth Chamberlain, Family […]

What Happens in France by Carol Wyer

A laugh out loud romantic comedy that will touch your heart SYNOPSIS Bryony Masters has been looking for her long-lost sister, Hannah, for years, but when their father has a stroke her search takes on new urgency. So when primetime game show, What Happens in France, puts a […]