Books by Publisher: The FitzRoy Press

    World Tea Encyclopaedia

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    The world boasts myriad teas, most of them lying undiscovered by Western cultures still rooted in the view that tea comes from a tissue bag at breakfast or 4pm. The World Tea Encyclopedia aims to shed light on this wealth of variety and to debunk the snobbishness and doctrine that...

    Ships, Shawls and Loyal Service

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    Ships, Shawls and Loyal Service relates the stories of three brothers who were born at the end of the 18th century into a long-established family which had its roots in rural Suffolk.

    I of the Sun: A Journey into Southeast Asia and the Heart of Consciousness

    By Richard Arthur

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    A young man travels on a one-way ticket to Southeast Asia, in search of freedom and everything that comes with it.

    Collar to Cleavage: The Emotional and Spiritual Journey of an Exotic Welsh Life

    By Judith Thomas

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    Collar to Cleavage is a compelling read, a book that invites the reader to share a series of interweaving `life' journeys.

    Feted to Die: An Inspector Constable Murder Mystery

    By Roger Keevil

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    Paperback £5.99

    Who killed celebrity clairvoyant Horace Cope at the annual Fete at Dammett Hall? Did rival Seymour Cummings spot trouble ahead? Did magistrate Lady Lawdown take justice into her own hands? Or has her daughter Laura Biding got a guilty secret? Feted to Die is a tongue-in-cheek 'whodunnit' that will appeal...

    Benedict\'s Carnival

    By Kate Wiltshire

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    When Benedict Jones, a flamboyant, enigmatic gay vicar arrives at a backward, narrow-minded church it causes chaos among the parishioners, particularly for two women vying for his attentions. This novel takes the issues of sexuality, gender and the Church and looks at the turbulent relationship among them.


    By Emma Martin

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    In the midst of North Yorkshire where horse racing is as glamorous as ever, two individuals decide to change their destiny. Their paths take them on a head-to-head journey around the glamour of British Racing, where insatiable appetites for sex, greed and jealousy are growing within the turf...

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