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  • France, the Soul of a Journeyby R J ODonnell

    Troubador Publishing Ltd 2014; US$ 5.99

    France, the Soul of a Journey is a travel memoir that really gets into the veins of France?s lush ambience. R J ODonnell recounts a holiday there with three travelling companions, proving with humour and literary flourish why France is the most visited country in the world. more...

  • The A-Men Returnby John Trevillian

    Troubador Publishing Ltd 2011; Not Available

    The sequel to The A-Men. It's been four years since the destruction of the Phoenix Tower and the infamous A-Men. The once-great Dead City is now a no-go zone, abandoned and forgotten. Living in this nightmarish underworld, Jack is a twisted shadow of his former self; a lone survivor in a world of warring ganglords and their crazed disciples. more...

  • After the Rainsby Emily Barroso

    Troubador Publishing Ltd 2011; Not Available

    After the Rains is an adventurous, dramatic coming of age novel set in post-colonial Rhodesia that parallels the coming of age of fictional Jayne Cameron with that of post-colonial Rhodesia as it morphs into the free Zimbabwe. more...

  • Ain't Bad for a Pinkby Sandra Gibson

    Troubador Publishing Ltd 2011; Not Available

    Ain?t Bad For A Pink records a life dedicated to music. As a young teenager in the Sixties, Pete ?Snakey Jake? Johnson met many legendary blues players including Sleepy John Estes who taught him slide. Subsequently, Pete Johnson?s interpretation of the country blues has been as close as possible to the original spirit of Southern music. more...

  • Banana Pierby Alex Chisholm

    Troubador Publishing Ltd 2012; Not Available

    Banana Pier is a pacey and disturbing novel set in the final frenzied days of Soviet communism in which fiction collides with fact. Moral ambiguities which underpin our society are revealed in a story of complex characters and unexpected links between Scotland, the Soviet Union and Northern Ireland. more...

  • Blackdaw Cottageby Philip Dent

    Troubador Publishing Ltd 2011; Not Available

    Bored of sledging one day, three children walk into the forest towards Blackdaw Cottage where Bentley, a hermit, lives. A sudden blizzard forces the children to enter and take shelter. Fear gives way to trust and friendships develop, and the children learn that Bentley is not the personification of evil they have been led to believe... more...

  • Bread and Wine (Leb I Vino)by Trefor. R Stockwell

    Troubador Publishing Ltd 2011; Not Available

    Bread and Wine (Leb I?Vino), is an an eclectic mix of short stories, inspired by author Trefor's two-year stay in a small South-West Bulgarian village, Dolno Dralishte. The stories reflect his response to the sojourn and carry a sub-textual message about change, faith and the retention of national identity. more...

  • Britain and the Olympic Gamesby Matt Rogan; Martin Rogan

    Troubador Publishing Ltd 2011; Not Available

    Britain and the Olympic Games traces the history of Britain?s love affair with the Olympic Games and shows exactly why the Olympic movement was re-born here. It looks at how London 1948 re-kindled the Olympic flame and demonstrated that the Games could drive social change in Britain. more...

  • A Case of Wild Justice?by Yvonne Jerrold

    Troubador Publishing Ltd 2008; Not Available

    Hannah Meadows is angry with her clever and manipulative grandson, Billy, whose gang attacked her sister Jessie's garden. Seeing how Billy's behaviour threatens to destroy his family - his sisters fear him and his father has lost patience with him, while his mother believes he is an innocent victim - Hannah knows she must take action. more...

  • Castro and Stockmasterby Michael Nelson

    Troubador Publishing Ltd 2011; Not Available

    Michael Nelson was general manager of Reuters. He was one of the principal architects of Reuters' development of computerised financial information, which caused a revolution in world markets. These are his memoirs, which range over his travels throughout the world in which he met many heads of state. more...