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MacToons - Book Cover 1980s cartoons about Apple Macs, which are disturbingly still relevant and funny. Geeks get this now. Everyone else, have a look and a laugh.
James and the Sword of the Spirit - Book Cover Good for American Christian readers to read with their children, but possibly less so for British families and early readers.
Unscrambled Eggs - Book Cover Readers of modern poetry may enjoy this, and the themes of alienation and aimlessness may well appeal in these times.
The Human Fish - Book Cover Highly recommended for a 15 minute coffee break read.
Recruited - Book Cover A disappointing prequel with a poor lead but good background. For fans of the genre only.
Clydebank Blitz - Book Cover An excellent short story set during the worst attack on Scotland from WWII.
Murder from the Newsdesk - Book Cover A concise collection of criminally clever comedy capers.
Anais of Brightshire - Book Cover A short enjoyable fantasy, with a lot of promise for the rest of the series.
The Yoga Teacher in New York - Book Cover A short story on yoga and life in New York.which fails to truly engage
Bad Advice - Book Cover A black comedy, sexy romance and police thriller all rolled into one with plenty of twists and turns.
The Tooth Fairy Trap - Book Cover A useful book for parents, and an entertaining one for children, but some comma questions and a focus on bubblegum prevent me from giving it top rankings.
Hear Me - Book Cover For a short story horror, it is neat, compact and cleverly blurs the lines of reality.
Sweet-Pea's Thief - Book Cover A thoughtful fantasy with an excellent background and strong characters.
Saliva - Book Cover An interesting, if gruesome, stalker horror, with a good twist at the end.
Forsaken Prince - Book Cover Overall, an excellent fantasy book for children
Ebba, the first Easter Hare - Book Cover Overall, an interesting children's story despite being slightly difficult to follow.