Books by Publisher: FastPrint

    A Journey into the Past

    By Peter J Foot

    Paperback £9.99

    Ryan Walter is a remarkable young man. A psychic medium with the gift of attracting to him the the spiritual forms of historical figures who had suffered a troubled passing. A Journey into the Past is a fictional account of a team of BBC Documentary film makers who have...

    Arran and other Islands of the Clyde Archipelago

    By DAVID C. & S. ALISON KILPATRICK

    Paperback £10.00

    This guide gives an overview of the non-industrial Clyde, an area of outstanding natural beauty and exceptional wildlife. Nine islands are found in this archipelago, of which Arran, Bute and Great Cumbrae are readily accessible to the public. Here a historical background is followed by a brief description of the...

    The Boswell Connection

    By Andrew Bax

    Paperback £8.99

    For generations of Oxfords residents, students and visitors, Boswells has been part of the city’s charm. It was therefore an obvious subject for Oxford Inc, a group of writers who compile stories around a common theme. All sorts of people pass through the department store; they may look just like...

    Angels in the Market Place

    By C Paul Burnham

    Paperback £6.99

    Angels in the Market Place explores the establishment of Christianity in seventh century England. Augustine of Canterbury has received most of the credit, but what of his forerunner, Bishop Liudhard? He was already chaplain of Queen Bertha of Kent, and was honoured at the time with a magnificent gold medalet...

    The Romance of the Lantana and Edelweiss Flowers: A Senoufo IVoirienne and Deutsch Heidelberger in Love

    By Ralph Groves

    Paperback £5.99

    This novel is set in the West African country of Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast). Its tale is about a young Ivoirienne woman of mixed Sénoufo and French ethnicities, suffering alienation in Côte d’Ivoire’s quasi-Western city of Abidjan, though retaining some of her Sénoufo traditions, along with religious and family orientated...

    Mr Bridgman's Accomplice

    By John Dann

    Paperback £7.99

    Growing up in Sussex during the turbulent 17th century, John became involved in the illegal ‘owling’ trade, where he learnt his seamanship. Whilst carousing in a Rye inn he was unexpectedly pressed into the Royal Navy. In 1694, disgruntled with the ill-fated Spanish Expedition, he joined ‘Long Ben’ Every’s mutiny...

    Hampton - The Early Years

    By Tom Denniford

    Paperback £24.66

    This book charts the early days of Hampton, the fourth of Peterborough’s new townships,1 from the time when, as the ‘Brickpits’, much of it was an area of complete desolation only considered suitable for landfilling, until it emerged as the largest development of its kind since Welwyn Garden City, in...

    End of the Pier

    By Tony Gareth Smith

    Paperback £9.99

    The year is 1973 and changes are afoot in Great Yarmouth and Brokencliff-on-Sea as the New Year comes in with bang! Return to a simpler time when family holidays at the seaside were still fun and electronic devices had never been heard of. The only sound that was heard was...

    Death on the Edge

    By Douglas Binstead

    Paperback £9.99

    When the body of a young woman, wearing climbing shoes but no helmet, is found at the foot of a cliff in the Derbyshire gritstone edges, the emergency services are quick to treat her death as an accident, the result of a fall from a height onto a bed of...

    Death on the Edge

    By Douglas Binstead

    Hardback £13.99

    When the body of a young woman, wearing climbing shoes but no helmet, is found at the foot of a cliff in the Derbyshire gritstone edges, the emergency services are quick to treat her death as an accident, the result of a fall from a height onto a bed of...

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