Books by Publisher: Oxcal Publishing

    Maya and the Magic Sunflower

    By Carol Macfie Lange

    Paperback £8.99

    Maya was miserable. She hadn’t been out for a good walk for weeks. London was smothered in a crippling fog, and her human said walking was too dangerous. Then she makes a discovery that leads her to a magical world that changes her life and the lives of everyone...

    Saltaire Green

    By Alan Hall

    Paperback £7.99

    Mockingly nicknamed Mr Green, he nevertheless believes he can get away with anything, even murder, if required... About the Author: Alan Hall is also the author of Saltaire Blonde. In addition, he has written two books on the history of Bradford. He lives with his wife Amanda in Saltaire....

    Beloved Prophet: The Inspiration of an Exceptional Gospel

    By Calvin Ward

    Paperback £9.99

    Beloved Prophet; What made St John’s Gospel so different from the other gospels in the New Testament? “Prophecy”, as we see in the New Testament, was an activity of Christians in many different parts of the young, expanding Church. Calvin Ward proposes a way to gauge its distinctive...

    Dino Days

    By Phillip Brigstock

    Paperback £30.00

    Dino Days reveals the realities of classic car ownership and it focuses on an icon of the classic car world, the Ferrari Dino. Dino Days tells the exploits of Phill Brigstock and those of his family over the past 50 years, having owned around 200 Classic Cars between them....

    Don't fret, I'll be back

    By Alan Cale

    Paperback £10.00

    The true story of a young lady’s escape to better things. Of love, marriage and children. A tale of death and despair in a foreign land. Of fate taking a hand and joining two people in a deep and lasting love. The author has used letters and anecdotal evidence...

    Allotment Fiasco

    By Alan Cale

    Paperback £10.00

    The second book by this author. The first was a true life, historical story of a families tragedies and triumphs. This is a romp through Rural England, a land of allotmenteers and would be naughty councillors. Of good triumphing over not so good.

    David Gillanders - I do all the talking!

    By Jack Davidson

    Paperback £15.00

    This book is about my lifetime of adventure and inside I explain how I overcame a hand disability from birth to become a British and Scottish Rally Champion, but my story is not just about motor sport: I have also worked for a top Hollywood film producer and shared breakfast...

    Traveller's health problems

    By Iain McIntosh

    Paperback £8.90

    The number of people setting off on a global travel for business or pleasure continues to increase. The majority journey and return in good health, but some succumb to the hazards to well-being encountered on journeys abroad. This book is a practical set of guidance notes for travel health...

    Churchwardens

    By Eric Sanderson

    Paperback £9.99

    There have been many books written to assist churchwardens in discharging their duties, detailing their responsibilities in respect of the intricacies of ecclesiastical law and making the role seem quite a challenge. The office of churchwarden is one of the oldest recognised forms of Lay Ministry and is the...

    Struck by Lightning

    By John Dann

    Paperback £12.99

    “I am very thankful to the crew of HMS Lightning for the hospitality we were met with and the way they treated us …after being adrift for seven days in the lifeboats Although it was night time when they picked us up, they gave us food and hot drinks as...

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