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Your recommended reading for July

by Susan Keefe

The China-America Alliance: East Asian and American Cultural Values Promote Global Harmony by Jack C. Westman The China-America Alliance makes a compelling case that the USA and China hold the keys to the future of the condition of man and the health of the planet.However, the question is… Does mankind have the […]

Your reading for November . . .

The Juno Letters

by L. W. Hewitt

This is such a fascinating story for anyone interested in WWI and WWII, I just could not put it down.

When an unexpected parcel arrives for Lawrence Hewitt from Courseulles-sur-Mer in France, it contains letters, they are addressed to his Grandfather Andy. The letters, which were written […]

Book review – Price of Justice

A recent widower, Austin P.D. Detective Jason Scarsdale is battling with personal grief and learning how to cope bringing up his young daughter Shannon alone.

When Jason and his partner Sean Harris are instructed to investigate a case of child molestation, little do they realise where their enquiries will lead, or how far its tentacles’ […]

Toby’s Tails by Susan Keefe

About the Book

See the world through the eyes of a delightful sheepdog named Toby, who just happens to live in the beautiful French countryside. Toby’s Tails relates the first year in the life of author Susan Keefe’s Border Collie, starting on the French farm where he was born.

His life changes forever when Toby […]

Land of Pope & Glory

Most flights into Toulouse or Carcassonne fly over ‘The Lauragais’, and as you drive along the A61 from Toulouse to Carcassonne you are passing through it, oblivious that its innocuous landscape is thick with ghosts. For those who have eyes to see them, there are Neanderthals at Naurouze and Romans at Renneville; Cathars at […]