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  • A Sultan’s Folly

    WILL THE FINAL RIDDLE OF A SULTAN’S FOLLY BE SOLVED IN TIME?

    Jason Mclean, an Australian born Anthropologist, is recruited as a consultant to a project in India. He takes with him two mystical artefacts originally from the sub-continent, hoping to find out more about their past.

    Local myths about the mysterious objects begin to unfold into real truths. Jason, together with Vijay, a local farmer from a nearby village, begin to uncover a web of intrigue surrounding the artefacts, including a lost secret room containing an even greater treasure. In their search they must decipher ancient riddles and avoid dangerous traps, set in place by a Sultan from the distant past.

    Two strangers also seek the objects and watch Jason’s every move, including his close friendship with Vijay. The pursuers implement a last-ditch plan to steal the objects from Jason, and caught in their deadly trap, the mastermind behind the whole plot appears.

    Now Jason must use all his skills to outwit his captors by relying on his knowledge of one last secret riddle, to save himself and Vijay from certain death.

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  • Just Say Know – The Inconvenient Truth About Drugs * Part 1

    The topic of drugs is almost unrivaled when it comes to generating controversy. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to sort fact from fiction, to talk to our children, and understand why drugs exist in society the way they do today.

    Just Say Know covers everything you need to know about drugs, including the checkered history of many drugs, why we choose to ban some yet promote others, and the challenges that society face if we want to have a more pragmatic approach in reducing harm. Part one of Just Say Know looks at all of the areas we have gone wrong, where we continue to go wrong, and why.

    Part two covers what we can do as a society to dig ourselves out of this hole. This book provides parents with what they need to tell their children, teachers and lecturers with what they need to tell their students, and what society needs to tell themselves as well who they elect.

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  • Paradise Pearl

    A  play for schools and other theatre.

    When Jack and Sophie come across a treasure box in their dad’s cupboard, the last thing they expected was for it to lead to Paradise island. A place where Pirates are Gangsters and the locals want to cook them in soup.

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  • The Stone of Life

    The Stone of Life is the beginning of the journey of Michael Anders, a sixteen year old boy who finds he has been in possession of a legendary magical artifact, the Stone of Life, for his entire life. Thought long lost, the stone is a part of an ancient prophecy, if one unites all the stones under his power, he shall become the god over all.

    After his father is murdered before his eyes, bringing to light his latent magical powers, he is forced into a quest to find the other stones of power, before the evil wizard Deldamar. Leaving his small village of Elisar, he begins his quest by setting off with his brother Alex and a few other companions, searching for the Stone of Water.

    Along the way he is separated from his companions by a magical trap set by Deldamar. Continuing on he travels to the legendary magical city of Spheria, where he enters the impenetrable crystal sphere and learns of his destiny and how he must achieve it.

    While in the city he is thrust into the attention of the entire magical world, stepping into his role as the leader of the Order of Life, and starting the Order to begin recruiting for the battles that lie ahead with Deldamar.

    Leaving the city he continues his journey, after being reunited with his brother and travels on to the last known location of the Stone of Water, a sleepy little hamlet called Drongalstone. Part way there he comes across a cave of wonders, an ancient repository of magical artifacts, known as the Cache of Life.

    Eventually he reaches Drongalstone, but too late, Deldamar had already been there and the elder had been murdered, the stones whereabouts lost with her.

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