Here are a selection of the ebooks we have available:
The Downing of the Black Cat
A German bomber crashed into the River Orwell in March, 1944. Only the pilot survived, who was found on the mudflats, clutching a child. Nobody knew who the boy was, or where he came from.
It is March 1964. A knock on private investigator Joe Pageant’s door brings in a young man, eager to find out the truth about his background. He has no memory up to the age of nine. All he has to go on are two reoccurring dreams…
Joe is commissioned to try to find him some answers. Before Joe can solve this case, he has to unravel the mystery of the black cat that haunts John’s dreams and work out what happened to three other boys that he discovered were in similar situations to his client. Can Joe discover which boy belongs to which family and what happened to them?
The story has intrigue, mystery, humour and love when Joe meets the woman who has haunted his dreams for several years.
Will he ever discover the truth so that his client, John Peacock, can put his haunting dreams to bed forever and find out who is true parents are?
Kindle link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0105TVBFS
Paperback (192 pages) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Downing-Black-Cat
Author’s web site: http.www.brianblackmore.co.uk
Northrepps is a country house, near Cromer, Norfolk. It has been used by members of the Barclays, Buxton, Gurney, Hoare and other well-known families. Verily Anderson describes life as a young family member during 20th Century and follows the history of the place and the people who included many famous names: Elizabeth Fry, William Wilberforce, and countless Members of Parliament, bankers and many others. It is a valuable social history showing the lives led by an influential English family, with strong Quaker connections.
Kindle link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00CRKQKY6
Unwritten Rules Vol 2
Kindle edition: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00CPREO9Y
Piccolo” An Artist\s Tale
Piccolo, an art intern (who just happens to be an Italian greyhound) is slaving away for no fame and no fortune in a Williamsburg studio of an internationally famous artist until a baptism by fire (of a particularly hot chili pepper) ignites his career into the dog-eat-dog art world of Chelsea–which includes all the big players like Gloria Gallstone, Harry Galoshian, Julian Shnazel, but none bigger than the critics who can make or break them all in the City of York they call New.
“What a great read that moves with that distinctive NYC pace. Skillfully the author weaves in “art world” enticements and disappointments, cleverly approaching fame and fortune, desires so common and so real, but with such twists of humor and layers of insights into its ups and downs that readers get a chance to feel what it might actually be like to crave success in that mad race to be part of the NYC art scene.”
Kindle edition: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00OOSDL0A
And Then the Music Stopped Playing
The heart-rending story of a German of liberal Jewish descent who was one of the last to escape to England under the Kindertransport scheme where he first made army uniforms, fire watching in London during the Blitz. Joining the army he fought his own countrymen in the Royal Tank Regiment. He describes his life in Germany under the Nazis, life in action with the Desert Rats as a wireless operator in a Firefly tank from the Normandy beaches to Hamburg, surviving the loss of four tanks on the way, and his life with the British and Russian occupation forces, in the devastated city of Berlin after the war.
Kindle edition: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00OQLKVXU
Green Wellies and Wax Jackets
Imagine Cinderella, the two ugly sisters, and a domineering stepmother transported to a stable yard, and the day-to-day running of a riding school. Add a film crew, one drop-dead-gorgeous actor, and a determined film producer, and you have the setting for Green Wellies and Wax Jackets – a humorous romp through the world of show jumping and equestrian activities.
Lewis Trevelyan wants a competent rider to star in his latest action film. And Ursula Johnson, proprietor of Hollyfield Stables and Stud, thinks she has just the girl (or girls) for him, in the shape of her two ungainly daughters, Vanessa and Caroline. But Lewis has already spotted another girl riding the cross-country course who interested him more, and he will do anything (well, almost anything), to track her down.
Kindle edition: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B009Y7KUOG