Designed to Deceive by John Hallam Lott
1077, Dover Castle – William 1st, King of England and Duke of Normandy is captivated by the presence of a stranger in the Great Hall. This young man does not know himself why he has been summoned or by whom. Nor could he guess how his incredible talents will be employed in the ensuing weave of murder, deceit and betrayal.
Black Project by Steve Mansfield-Devine
In this darkly funny novel, a tabloid journalist and an engineer engaged on classified government black projects come into contact with a strange secret. It both realizes their dreams and confirms their nightmares. It’s a story of paranoia, weird conspiracies, an out of control government and people pushed to the edge of understanding.
Twisting Tales by Clare Le May
In Twisting Tales, Clare Le May gives us a collection of gems. Mixing fantasy and the everyday, these short stories are a deceptively light read that is no lightweight experience.
Lady Caine by Steve Mansfield-Devine
A strange cast of misfits is on the hunt for a missing pilot – for what he has or what he knows. Each member of this weird posse poses a threat to the others. But their greatest danger comes from their own egos, paranoia, incompetence and inability to cope. The result is an offbeat thriller about the hilarious fringes of international drug crime.
Make Do & Cook by Patricia Mansfield-Devine
Eat well while saving money. By understanding key foods and basic techniques, you can create excellent meals on the tightest budget. With tips on smart shopping, menu planning, essential ingredients and 100 simple and delicious recipes, this is the perfect guide for the cost-conscious cook, whether you’re making meals for one or an entire family.
Wide World by Doug Selway
For artist Doug Selway, sketchbooks have always been the rhyme and measure of his self-education. Wide World is a body of work that was six years in the making: leporello sketchbooks, drawings and paintings made between the London River in the UK and The Turnagain Arm near Anchorage in Alaska.