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  • Click, Double-Clickby James Calum Campbell

    Impress Books 2015; US$ 4.36

    ??????I once told you, Cameron-Strange, that there is a tipping point. Stay this side of it, and the failsafe mechanisms apply. Cross it, and the past is irrevocable.?????? more...

  • The Russian Countessby Edith Sollohub

    Impress Books 2011; US$ 5.99

    Countess Edith Sollohub, born Edith Natalie de Martens, was well known in pre-revolutionary St. Petersburg for accompanying her husband Alexander on shooting and riding trips and for being outstandingly accurate with her gun. She was the daughter of a high-ranking Russian diplomat, and the mother of three young sons, destined to join the social and... more...

  • The Red Cityby Richard Ellis

    Impress Books 2011; US$ 2.90

    The radial streets of Bologna illustrate the dilemmas of choice that face Richard, who, until now, has escaped his past in Italy by estranging himself on Dartmoor. Elio, who he has not seen for fifteen years, tracks him down, wanting answers to questions concerning his mother's death. Richard struggles to hide a terrible secret as they recollect their... more...

  • The Campus Trilogyby Anonymous

    Impress Books 2011; US$ 5.82

    This edition makes available all three of the popular campus novels; A Campus Conspiracy, Degrees 'R' Us and The Whistleblower in a single volume at a price that makes us weep. Follow St Sebastian's University and the hapless Professor Harry Gilbert through the humiliations and traumas of fraud, sexual harrassment claims, the establishment of a degree... more...

  • A Campus Conspiracyby Anonymous

    Impress Books 2011; US$ 2.90

    A comic portrayal of modern university life seen through the eyes of a Professor of Christian Ethics. Married to the daughter of a baronet, he is rich, successful and eminent. Yet, as he approaches retirement, he is caught up in a conspiracy involving sexual harassment, victimisation and fraud. As he seeks to escape from the web of deceit that surrounds... more...

  • Degrees 'R' Usby Anonymous

    Impress Books 2011; US$ 2.90

    More comic chaos on campus. St Sebastian's University has been thrown into turmoil by the arrival of a new Vice-Chancellor. Larger than life, Professor Alf Flanagan is determined to bully his new institution into financial solvency, whatever the cost, including establishing a degree in Casino Management. more...

  • The Whistleblowerby Anonymous

    Impress Books 2011; US$ 2.90

    The hilarious final instalment to the best-selling A Campus Conspiracy and Degrees 'R' Us. Harry Gilbert returns as the new Provost of St Sebastian's Cathedral and thereby Visitor of the University. The move finds him rubbing shoulders with old friends and adversaries at a crucially important time for the university. Once again Harry finds himself... more...

  • 100 Ways to Improve the Worldby Giles Ward

    Impress Books 2011; US$ 2.90

    Peter Staines thinks God made rather a ham-fisted job of constructing the world, trying to shove millions of years' worth of work into just six days. Typical cowboy builder. And as a carpet salesman with over twenty years in the trade, he feels he's more than qualifies to comment. So Peter's come up with some improvements -- conveyor belts along the... more...

  • Siftby Lawrence Sail

    Impress Books 2011; US$ 5.53

    Most families know the true history of time and chance -- the sift of who and what survives, what is spoken of or glossed over; the stubborn objects outliving their owner's passion for them; the oddities of fashion; the co-editing of memory, forgetfulness and the need to forget... Sift focuses on Lawrence Sail's childhood in Exeter during the ten... more...

  • Being Luisby Luis Muņoz

    Impress Books 2011; US$ 4.36

    A voice for those who were silenced. This is a powerful account of a life that reflects recent Chilean history from the 1960s to the present though the author's extraordinary personal experiences. It recounts his magical, sometimes harsh, childhood, his development as a left-wing activist, his arrest and torture by the military regime and eventual... more...