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This book is about how a group of people had a dream – a state of the art 1,000 seat theatre and concert hall for Cornwall – and how they managed against all the odds to turn their dream into a reality. It is stories like these that, in their retelling, have the power to…

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Raeder Lomax

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Come along to the Jazz Age as it bursts onto the scene, 100 years ago, and yanks the Victorian era off of life support to give us the turbulent years of the 1920s: a time with no plan and no direction, but loaded with energy and creativity, and a madness that always rides piggyback on…

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Peter Ransley

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Peter Ransley’s work as a screenwriter spans psychological thrillers, plays with a social theme and historical drama. In mainstream television, he worked on series such as Tales of the Unexpected and Ruth Rendell Mysteries. Three more recent TV productions were Fallen Angel, ITV, A Good Murder, BBC1 and his BAFTA nominated adaptation of Sarah Waters’…

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Peter Alexander Author

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Peter Alexander is author of “Last Flight from Ardeley” and has been writing for a number of years. Having a very keen interest in Military matters and Crime too it made sense to write about such things and his books so far reflect both these subject matters. However, having as well as a keen determination…

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Patrick King Author

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PATRICK KING author of “Kidnapping Ronnie” and “The Reluctant Warlord” entered the British film industry in 1967, as a trainee in props and wardrobe, working on films and television including ‘Waterloo’, ‘Patton’ and ‘Dad’s Army’. During the same period he did military training at the Highland Brigade, Scotland, before transferring to the Army Reserve in…

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Moira Taylor

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Moira Taylor is author os “Sailors, Settlers & Sinners: The Hall family in Hull and New Zealand, 1795-1907” An escape on foot from captivity in France in 1810, the attempted murder of a young wife in New Zealand and a heroic death in the Transvaal in 1880 are just three of the extraordinary stories recounted…

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Menzies & Wood

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Euan Macpherson of Menzies & Wood is author of “The Last Jacbite Heroine”, a work of historical fiction. Scotland’s forgotten heroine. Daughter of The Chief of Clan Farquharson, young Anne was the envy of her peers… until she made the mistake of marrying for love! The man she married was Angus Mackintosh – 22nd Chief…

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Malahide Press

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Malahide press is home to author Bill Pellew-Harvey, who has written a truly extraordinary and intimate personal memoire of an equally extraordinary man. A story that carries the reader from a childhood in colonial Africa to the inside of the arms trade encompassing the glitter of Monte Carlo and the oligarchs of modern day Russia.…

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Leporello Books

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Leporello Books is host to author Maggie Morris Wyllie, an art historian whose love of Renaissance Italy tempted her to write her first novel, The Secret of Villa Favoni. Her grandfather was an antiques dealer, which meant that as she grew up, many beautiful and interesting objects passed through her family’s tiny flat in Glasgow.…

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Leathers Press

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“Raven” by author Paul Leatherdale and published by Leathers Press is the story of four teenage boys growing up in the Suffolk countryside who enlist to fight in the First World War. They are all under age and around 15 at the time they join the army and the Suffolk Regiment. One of the boys…

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