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    1942. Raymond Hatcher, a precocious young man, is keen to serve his country. Recruited by the OSS for his intellect and language skills, he’s sent to a secret island training facility where he learns spycraft from an enigmatic Native American, following which, he is sent to infiltrate Japanese occupied French Indochina. Half a century later,...

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    Honey-Puff loves it when neighbour Big Tom visits Kuratau from Auckland. Big Tom loves fishing and Honey-Puff, well, he loves fish! One day Big Tom cuts his stay short and leaves early to go back to Auckland. His daughter Mary thinks she can hear a cat, but Big Tom isn’t so sure... Until he starts unpacking! How will they get Honey-Puff home?...

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    Havendale, Missouri – population 15,025. It’s shaping up to be a near perfect Spring day. The weather is warming towards summer, and school is winding down with a weekend dance to look forward to. However, budding meteorologist, Dick Travis, knows things are not always as they seem… With a tornadic onslaught of epic proportions...

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    It’s the 1890’s and Maurice Guest, an aspiring pianist, has moved from provincial England to the city of Leipzig in Germany. Here he hopes to follow all the heroes of music on their path to greatness by studying at the Leipzig Conservatorium. He has big dreams and, if he studies hard enough, they may be realised. He becomes obsessed with an...

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    Klee Wyck is a memoir of Emily Carr’s travels on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada, at the beginning of the 20th century. The title was taken from the name the local people gave Carr, meaning ‘Laughing One’. She is famous as an artist for painting the Totems of the native people and scenes and landscapes of Native Indian...

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    In 1926, South Africa's celebrated short story writer, Herman Charles Bosman, shot and killed his step-brother in an argument. He was sentenced to death and this is where his story begins... Cold Stone Jug is an account of his years serving time in South Africa's notorious Pretoria Central Prison, beginning in the 1920's. Despite the hellish conditions,...

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    The Godwits Fly is a highly autobiographical coming-of-age novel by one of New Zealand's most celebrated poets. It follows the development of Eliza Hannay as she negotiates growing up in early twentieth century Wellington. The ever inquisitive Eliza encounters love, family tension, a love of poetry, and, like the migrating godwits described in the...

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    The immensely likeable Jake - charismatic and loved by women especially - is homesick for Harlem. He's deserted the U.S. army after not being allowed to fight because of the colour of his skin. When Jake finds his dream girl first night back in town he's soaring, yet circumstances conspire which prevent him from being able to return to her. Uncensored,...

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    War is on the doorstep as a young married couple decide their only option is to abandon their home and hide out in the wild Scottish Highlands. Hugh and Terry gather supplies and head for an isolated shelter that only they know. While they count the days by etching marks into a rock wall, they must secure their shelter not only from prying eyes but the...

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    Beyond an enormous mountain range in the lost regions of Antarctica, Dr. William Myer and his team have unearthed ancient ruins which contain a shocking and terrifying discovery previously unknown to man. BUY NOW

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    One evening, a man steps outside his home and walks to a hill to gain perspective on a troubling mood. What he gains is the power to travel outside his physical being through both space and time. Star Maker is an incredible work of philosophy, social commentary and pure imagination. The narrator visits strange new worlds featuring beings of every...

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    The wild west mining town of Whapeton has a lot of gold being dug up. The problem is, no one can leave the town without being robbed and killed. A ruthless gang known as the Vultures is causing terror so the Sheriff hires a not-so-law abiding gunslinger Steve Corcoran to clean up the town. The first day on the job sees three Vultures dead and Corcoran is...

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    A wealthy young American in Tokyo has a chance encounter with a beautiful blue-eyed geisha. He has nearly forgotten her when a Nakoda, known as a Japanese matchmaker, offers her to him as a bride. Knowing the stigma attached to such unions, he declines. Yet he cannot get her out of his mind and what he decides next sets up a relationship where neither...

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    Magic was plentiful, until those with the gift were mysteriously wiped out. Now, one woman’s once dormant power has been awakened. Determined to rule, her vicious creations roam the unsuspecting land to conquer it, because she knows no one can stop her… Twin siblings, Kiræ and Tom embark on an adventure of combat training to follow in...

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    Havendale, Missouri – population 15,025. It’s shaping up to be a near perfect Spring day. The weather is warming towards summer, and school is winding down with a weekend dance to look forward to. However, budding meteorologist, Dick Travis, knows things are not always as they seem… With a tornadic onslaught of epic proportions...

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    It’s the 1890’s and Maurice Guest, an aspiring pianist, has moved from provincial England to the city of Leipzig in Germany. Here he hopes to follow all the heroes of music on their path to greatness by studying at the Leipzig Conservatorium. He has big dreams and, if he studies hard enough, they may be realised. He becomes obsessed with an...

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