Three men disappear: one is on trial for murder, one is the copper who arrested him, and the last is a man caught between them. Set in London in 1887, "Convicted Innocent" follows the struggles of two friends kidnapped by a serial killer and their fight for survival. It is a tale of good versus evil; of fear and despair versus hope; and of ordinary men choosing the extraordinary.
A selection of unusual and quirky short stories. Meet a naked ghost, a castaway in a bottle and a killer with multiple personalities. Witness death in an auction bullring and cower from a haunted computer. See a fast food addict find enlightenment. Recoil as two predators indulge in power sex. Watch an old man slay his demons.
Practical tips and life strategies for black sheep, misfits, outcasts and scapegoats. Remove the root of rejection and begin living the life you've always dreamed of! From the author of The Ballad of Cinderella Jones.
Navigating Corporate Politics is written for those new to large corporations, those confused by the workings of politics within their organization, or those with an emerging interest in politics who want to learn more. Once you've finished, you'll be fully equipped to understand your organization's political minefield, and will have the beginnings of the skills to become a master politician.
Frank and Jessie Littlewood (and some of their friends) had a way of capturing the spirit of their generation in a charming prose that can’t help but raise a smile.
This is but a small selection of pieces put together from works that were actually found written down, not only demonstrating the true entertainers they were, but also showing how much they loved one another and their many friends
A play about ‘second chances’ based upon the four 'Sleezy the Fox’ stories that the late Princess Diana used to read to her children, William and Harry when they were aged 9 and 7 years respectively. Written by the founder of ‘Anger Management’ courses in Great Britain in the 70s, the stories were originally written for the purposes of radio transmission and are highly popular with schools.
Breaking the Curse is the seventh book in author Charlotte Johnson’s series of motivational works. This book explores the complex relationships and dynamics involved in functional and dysfunctional families. Once again, Ms. Johnson addresses the problems within families by using real life examples. Ms. Johnson deals with revealing family secrets and their impact.
This novel is a mystery about a former army officer’s quest to find out who set him up to be a patsy and framed him in a court-martial proceeding in which he was kicked out of the army and his career destroyed. Follow Ronald Whitaker as he turns over every stone to prove his innocence and find out who ruined his life with lies. Find out what happens to him and if he finally gets justice.