Books by Publisher: FastPrint

    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...

    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...

    The Gift of a Renewed Diaconate

    By David Clark

    Paperback £6.95

    ‘David Clark in his two earlier books Breaking the Mould of Christendom and Building Kingdom Communities – with the diaconate as a new order of mission offers very compelling arguments for a new way of thinking. He casts his vision to what he calls the kingdom community. He provides a...

    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.

    Contract for Murder

    By Daphne E Machon

    Paperback £9.99

    When a business man is shot dead in his car at his place of work, Superintendent Harriet Love and her CID team fire into action. George Blackwell appears to have had numerous enemies many of whom are not sorry that he is dead, and this makes the investigation difficult. Routine...

    The Pheasant

    By Glenda Palmer-Vibert

    Paperback £5.99

    Sadly, my dear wife Glenda, died on the 6th of February, 2014. Glenda was born In Llanelli, west Wales on the 14th of September. 1939. A happy early childhood was largely unaffected by the war, but at the age of eleven she contracted tuberculosis and spent virtually all of her...

    A Year Ago Today

    By Howard Haitch

    Paperback £8.99

    James is an Englishman living in the South of France. One wet and windy Friday evening in mid February he made the decision not to go out. Decision made, he switched on the computer. With iTunes in random play and satisfied with emails answered, it wasn't long before he found...

    Nu Metal Resurgence

    By Matthew Karpe

    Hardback £17.99

    Nu Metal: Resurgence documents the groundbreaking movement from its original inception, right up to the present day. Featuring fully detailed band biographies that includes major players such as Korn, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park, Papa Roach, Rammstein and Slipknot, a guide to ‘The Nu Breed’ of bands coming up like...

    Appleby Horse Fair

    By Douglas Cox

    Paperback £19.99

    My father, Ike Cox, had a lifetime of horse dealing. He had three horsemeat shops during WW2, travelling to all the horse fairs in Britain, hand-slapping horse dealing. I am Ike’s son Doug, and in 1963 my father and me travelled to Appleby Fair in Westmorland by horse-drawn Romany...

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