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  • The Master Yeshua – The Undiscovered Gospel of Joseph
    The Master Yeshua – The Undiscovered Gospel of Joseph In 75CE Joseph ben Jude is an old man who is determined to put the record straight once and for all before his life is over. That he is the nephew of Yeshua and really does know the correct story of his birth and the family that surrounded him, simply means that the true story needs to be told correctly, as like in many stories the truth changes ever so subtly to place a completely difference inference on  the original events.
  • Gold Standard
    Gold Standard Dr Andrew Marshall has recently returned to the prestigious Prince Charles Hospital, a hospital where his former mentor Dr Jeffrey Harris has made a ground-breaking discovery in brain cancer treatment. He is excited at once again being able to work with a man he much admires but it is not long before he begins to doubt the veracity of some of the claims being made.
  • Daydream Alley
    Daydream Alley Gentle and soft, this fourth album from Holland Phillips takes you to the world of daydreams with an almost subtle touch. Imagine if you will, a peaceful place where you feel you can relax and in doing so, allow the mind to float, to garner and to waft across the barriers to a place where anything goes, anything can be created, anything can be possible.
  • Clarkson – the gloves are off
    Clarkson – the gloves are off Jeremy Clarkson is a figure larger than life: he is outrageous, incredibly funny, scandalous, contentious and wealthy. All of these components combined have, over many years, made him a cash cow for the BBC in the show Top Gear: a show which has by turn attracted the highs and lows which go with a show that is more times than not, definitely outside the square in the straight forward, frequently outrageous views expressed by Clarkson and his sidekicks or cohorts’ in James May and Richard Hammond.
  • The Sea Devils
    The Sea Devils Mark Felton has written more than twelve books about World War Two.  He also writes regularly for magazines, such as Military History Monthly.  It is noticeable that he has done extensive research for this story.  He has not only accessed Naval Records of the time, but has researched and interviewed some of the main characters.  Much of the information in this story he gleaned first -hand from Naval personnel, and family documents.
  • Cave – Nature and Culture
    Cave – Nature and Culture Caves, yes those subterranean creations have in turn fascinated, awed and terrified ever since man discovered them by either falling into one or actively choosing to slide through a small opening in the earth to see what was at the end. In Cave – Nature and Culture, Crane and Fetcher have blended together fact and culture to create a wonderfully enjoyable look at some of nature’s many intriguing creations, that of Caves.
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