Books by Publisher: Marshall Method Publishing

    Soul Question: Where do we go from here?

    By Sidney Harley

    Currently unavailable

    Paperback £7.85

    The Soul Question: Where do we go from here? is a four-part series which explains as simply as possible in words and illustrations aspects of nature which are outside man's experience. The most important of these is the spirit condition of man.

    Paul Kossoff: All Right Now

    By James J.P.

    Currently unavailable

    Hardback £32.45

    Affectionately known as `Koss', Paul Kossoff's playing touched people. It still does today, more than forty years after his sad and untimely death at the age of twenty-five.

    Happening Man

    By Vic Chamberlain

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    Paperback Save £1.54 = £8.45

    It is one man's saga in which he uses all his guile, experience and physical ability to create his fortune.

    Dinosaur in the Shed

    By Stephen Hughes

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    Paperback Save £0.34 = £6.65

    This is the not so every day story of a little girl, Hannah, who hatches out an egg she finds in the local park. Hannah and her parents get quite the shock when they discover that the new family member is a dinosaur!

    Cholesterol Puzzle

    By Jill D. Davey

    Currently unavailable

    Paperback £14.45

    This book gives you a new angle on the word `cholesterol'. It explains how the heart functions and what really causes heart disease. You will learn how to treat it, prevent it and, importantly, how to resolve it... naturally.

    Juvenal Revisited

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    Paperback Save £1.14 = £7.85

    Roman poet Juvenal, prince of satirists, lived in a frenetic world which provided him with ample ammunition for his attacks on the ills and frills of society - many of them with us now as they were nearly 2000 years ago.

    Oxford Scandal

    By Norman Russell

    Currently unavailable

    Paperback £7.85

    Set in late Victorian Oxford, this is the third in Norman's `Oxford Series' of detective novels. Anthony Jardine, Fellow of St Gabriel's College, is a successful and popular tutor, but he finds his loyalties divided.


    By Ray J. Newell

    Currently unavailable

    Paperback £8.45

    While playing on a cliff ledge in Cornwall, a young man, Dejon, discovers the Sword of Shaftesbury, which once belonged to the Celtic God, Bran. However, Dejon gets more than he bargained for, as he finds the wizard Cadgwith, father of Merlin, trapped within it.

    Secret of the Wooden Chest

    By Catherine Rosevear

    Currently unavailable

    Paperback £6.65

    The Secret of the Wooden Chest follows a girl named Hannah, who lives with her parents in a flat above a nursing home. As an only child, Hannah loves to make friends with the people who live in the nursing home, and so she is excited when one day she...

    I'm Not Like Everybody Else

    By Richard Dalgety

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    Paperback Save £1.14 = £7.85

    `Manchester, you are in my blood, I can never leave you.' I'm Not Like Everybody Else is a book for anyone that has felt like an outsider in the North West of England. The short stories and poems contained within focus on rebellious thoughts and actions from a cast of...

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