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These titles are in preparation, and should be available during 2018. Please come back to check, or request a notification on our contact page when they are launched.

Escape Sequence

Peter Rowlands

Escape Sequence front cover

An engrossing romantic mystery thriller in which memory loss is a major theme. Echoes of Jason Bourne? By no means. This is a tale about an everyman going about his daily life, but finding his world closing in on him. As the story unfolds, he seems to have made the perfect escape: he’s lost his memory, so suddenly he has no idea who is is, and he has no more responsibility for anything.

However, as he grapples to rejoin his life and re-engage with his demanding work commitments and complex relationships, we follow him on a challenging and sometimes perilous journey, in which he tries to find out what happened to him, and in doing so moves gradually towards towards a better understanding of how to live comfortably in his own skin.

That Unacknowledged Breed

Carol Rowlands

From Dog Walkers. © Carol Rowlands 2012

This is a dog book with a difference. In Carol’s words, “It’s really a people book. It looks at the way people reveal their character by the way they behave when taking their dog for a walk – how they project themselves into the world, interact and express themselves.”

It’s told with wry humour, poignancy and charm, and always with a delicate touch. In thirty short vignettes, Carol takes us through a varied mix of characters and breeds (human and canine), invoking laughter and sometimes tears along the way. 

It all seems like light, easy reading, but the trenchant power of Carol’s observation will gradually make its mark, and the haunting quality of her writing will stay with you long after you put the book down.

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