Books by Publisher: Beggar Books

    Metaphysical Imagination and Other Essays on Philosophy and Modern European Mind

    By Michael Moran

    Paperback £19.99

    The twenty chapters of the book are divided into three parts. Part One contains the leading essay in the book, ‘Metaphysical Imagination’, a study of two complex concepts that have been of great importance in our understanding of both science and philosophy, together with an essay on how the...

    Louth Rediscovered

    By Mark Duffy

    Paperback £20.00

    Louth Rediscovered is a photography book with the most concise collection of Louth heritage sites. County Louth is known for being the smallest county in Ireland, but did you know that it also has the largest number of heritage sites per capita outside of Dublin? Join landscape photographer...

    Oh Alby: The Family Holiday

    By Jodi Walker

    Paperback £6.99

    Join Albert and his family as they go on their first family holiday. Will Albert be able to avoid any disasters this time? A percentage of sales will be going to the Animal Health Trust Albert and his brothers and sisters were born on 26th July 2015.

    An Unspoken Pact

    By Sue Evans

    Paperback £4.99

    An Unspoken Pact This story is set around a three card Tarot spread reading, The Past, Present & Future and is based upon the traditional interpretations of the ‘Rider waite’ tarot deck Prologue - The Past Story – The Present Epilogue – The future ...

    Ghosts

    By John C Hayes

    Paperback £9.99

    Stormy Nights - A Gothic Tale What is the mystery of The Griffin Inn? Harry’s Ghost Did Harry Saunders gravedigger bury someone alive? 25 Amelia Avenue Nora Pendine thinks her house is haunted but by what or by whom? A Sailor’s Tale Home on leave Bert Jackson...

    Unequally Yoked

    By Sara Perez Kemp

    Paperback £9.99

    Biographical account of a vulnerable young school girl in the post war years who was indoctrinated and subtly led astray from the faith she was born into to a strange one which she was made to believe was not unlike her own. As the years went by she became spiritually...

    Mr Nobody, Almost famous, but not quite

    By Desmond McGrath

    Paperback £13.99

    His father, an Irishman, was on the run from the “Brits”. He took refuge in Jersey C.I. where Desmond was born. The family left the island when he was four, but retained strong ties and family to this very day. After the tragic deaths of his two young...

    England's Lost Lake: The Story of Whittlesea Mere

    By Paul Middleton

    Paperback £8.50

    Whittlesea Mere – one of the wonders of Huntingdonshire! The historic county of Huntingdonshire has much to recommend it, and one of its lost treasures is brought back to life in this welcome updated and substantially expanded edition of a study first published in 1987. The Mere was the largest...

    To Scan or Not to Scan

    By Colin McAllister

    Paperback £5.00

    Colin McAllister was born in 1942 in Sao Paulo, Brazil but has lived in St Andrews since 1955. He was educated at the Abbey School, Fort Augustus and at St Andrews University, where he graduated with MA Honours in Political Economy and Geography. For 28 years he taught Economics and...

    Thomas Cook’s Rugby Club

    By John Dann

    Paperback £12.99

    Four years after the Sports Club was formed – are the time of Edward VII’s Coronation, Thomas Cook was reckoned to be among the ‘three most competent organisations in the world’ the other two being the Roman Catholic Church and the Prussian Army.

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