Blantyre and Yao Women - Now Available!

Blantyre and Yawo Women – Second Edition

(first edition under title "Always With You - A Malawi Legacy") A Biography/autobiography on and of the Yawo, a clan of Malawi, in eastern southern…

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The Veil – Second Edition (Academic Version)

Two babies, Moses and Jesus are destined to a Tabernacle...the first to its construction by the Israelite on Mount Sinai during the Exodus in the…

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Praying Mantis

Based on fact is this tale of greed and deception...the practice of sorcery as a means to wealth and fame. She targets wealthy old men…

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The Promised Land – Companion to The Veil

A description of the construction of the Tabernacle, collapsible temple as a meeting house for prayer, built by the Israelite according to Moshe’s vision on…

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Difference

A sociological study of most cultures, regardless of rank, as humans sharing a common planet... how Western European ideals influenced other cultures...the consequence of increased…

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Share The Ride

A tale of the development of the different makes of the motor vehicle...the leading inventors of the different parts and make of the motor vehicle...how…

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Home From Home

Home From Home is about Bolton and around Lancashire, from earlier times to the present told in photographs...a record of the author’s happy memories of…

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Farewell Sophomore

A tragedy set in Dundee, Scotland, at the time of the rise of the mature student in a European Union university...life within the university student…

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All Mine to Have

A tragedy set in the Town and Gown of the Oxford of the 1980s during the property market slump...the mortgage and it's fictitious ownership of…

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broken temple

Broken Temple

A tribute to the United Kingdom National Health Service (NHS) in it's related Departments and personnel...in particular a highly sympathetic account of the Community Rehabilitation…

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Caesar and Mapanga Homestead – Second edition

A story with photographs on a homestead farm told through Caesar, a dog, man's best friend...from the moment he arrived as a puppy he resolved…

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Enduring Fountain – Health and Well-being, Second edition

This little booklet is packed with information on how to harness good health and a youthful existence, based upon the lifestyle we lead...aimed to aid…

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Katherine of the Wheel – Second edition

“Yes, my Katherine, I will take you to the seat of the intellectual world”, Costus cradles his baby daughter, a few days old...she is the…

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Journey of Discovery

A pictorial narrative of Kacha Walo (as nicknamed by Granny) on her journey of discovery...how she learns by mimicking what is happening around her...how she…

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Cooking With Asaina

The reader is invited to quick and easy recipes that were once possible only in Malawi because of the availability of local ingredients...which are now…

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Essays and Poetry

The Island of aCiwalila and other essays Obsessed by the belief that some of his ancestors had crossed Lake Nyasa towards the west to set…

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The Place Beyond

The Place Beyond is about the author’s dream of Jesus when she was eight and the influence of that dream throughout her life...dreams and premonitions…

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the stream of memory

The Stream of Memory

Rahima's story began at the end, with Rahima passing on in her twilight years at a well-managed home...on a very special day she took her…

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farewell to the aeroplane

Farewell to the Aeroplane

A story of the redundancy of the aeroplane replaced by instantaneous 'decomposition-recomposition’ that would completely change life as we had known it so far...the discovery…

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a british throne scandal

A British Throne Scandal

The scandal shook the British Throne when a prince of the House of Windsor wished to marry a baroness born on 15 January 1885 in…

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