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  • Long Pork – Behind the Bamboo Curtain in West Papua

    Doctor Liza wants to help the Papuans with her medical service, but Arthur wants to help them by selling them guns for gold.

    Their worlds collide in the unforgiving wilderness, after surviving a helicopter crash near the Freeport Grasberg Mine, the largest gold mine in the world.

    Here, Liza and Arthur meet Konia, who travels the forests on foot collecting recruits for his crew of Freedom Fighters.

    As the tensions between the Freedom Fighters, the Army and the billion-dollar gold trade escalates, it has also become a race against time with the monsoon season closing in on them.

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  • Mary’s Poland

    Mary’s Poland is the sequel to Mary’s Ireland.

    At the end of Book One we see Mary bid farewell to Ireland and her family, and set sail for her husband’s home: Lida, Poland

    Book Two follows Mary as she tries to adjust to her new life. A life with an incendiary mix of languages, religions, and myths. Of politics, aristocrats, peasants, and revolution. Historical events are woven through the story, with a large part focusing on the ‘Polish’ revolution.

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  • Project Thirteen

    “Dispose of the body and find a new one. Project Thirteen begins immediately.”

    A dozen failures. A search for a new body. On faraway planet Nordelta, paranoid despot Rashmir Fendel commissions scientist after scientist to create the perfect weapon. Imbued with a mysterious substance, these projects fail time and time again until Ignatius Dragomirov creates Project Thirteen.

    When peacekeeping organisation the Byzantium Order catches wind of this experiment, they pounce, only to lose their quarry on planet Earth. While Project Thirteen remains stranded, she must adapt to survive this new environment. Camouflage. Patience. Vulnerability. All things she must become accustomed to in her first few dangerous days of life.

    But how does one defeat perfection?

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  • Step Into Mindfulness

    Step into Mindfulness. Be mindful that this powerful little book has big knowledge. It focuses on many diverse aspects of life and provides you with the tools necessary to step into the state of mindfulness.

    Step into Mindfulness simplifies many misunderstood ‘spiritual’ aspects about personal development, inner growth and self love.

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  • Talon, Windsong

    More thrilling adventures with Matica and Talon.

    The poachers are gone, and the birds are safe. But now Matica is becoming anxious thinking of the upcoming holiday – she does not want to go or leave her birds. But Talon, understanding her misery, is giving her a daydream to easy her mind.

    With distractions are coming from all sides, Matica soon finds herself involved in current happenings – the letting go of Elcano’s ashes from the top of the Andes, and near tragedy of Crayn falling while climbing up the mountain. The condors play a vital role in saving the day.

    Talon shows Matica the puma and her cubs. But things go wrong and the female puma smells them and attacks. Will they escape the puma?

    As a birthday surprise for Matica, Aikon asked the birds to fly with her for the whole day. The birds agree and the thrilling adventures she has now and near misses, with white bones, snakes and spiders.

    Talon, Windsong adventures will keep you turning the pages and on the edge of your seat.

    The Fairy Folk books are a joint effort with Helen and Linda co-authoring. Helen creates the illustrations and stories and Linda sets up the layout and does the publishing.

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  • The Awakening

    Born in 1951, Marion has had an extra ordinary life. In a short space of time she has experienced events that have fast-tracked her spiritual understanding and personal growth. She has shared these events with you to show how she coped, with the hope that what she learnt will help you as well.

    Raised on a back-country farm in New Zealand she had a traumatic life that left her with emotional problems, which created an unruly teenager with little or no self-love or respect for herself, and a marriage that only made this worse, leading to dark days and an attempted suicide.

    However, life had greater plans for Marion and she was set firmly on a path of spiritual discovery, fast-tracked through the tough times, and lessons that taught her there was much more to life than one can consciously see and hear. Her healing abilities and spiritual understanding flourished as her spirit guides taught her how to heal and most importantly, to understand possession and entities and how this is so prevalent yet feared in our society. Marion’s journey is one of enlightenment and awakening.

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  • When the Animals Vanished

    The unthinkable has happened.

    All the animals around the world have mysteriously vanished in a single day. From beloved family pets to livestock, fish in the sea to birds in the trees.

    The scientists are baffled. The food industry is in chaos. Stock markets are plunging daily, economies collapsing and mass unemployment rising. The threat of a devastating famine is looming on the horizon and Justine Thyme, leader of the Western Global Government, is fast running out of answers.

    Only maverick businessman, Stanley Smart, believes he has the solution. The trouble is, he knows his stroke of genius challenges the greatest taboo in the humanity rule book. But can Stanley convince the government, and even the church, to accept the unacceptable?
    And what will it take to bring his unpalatable idea to life? To not only get the public to swallow it, but to keep them coming back for more.

    Douglas Faudet’s debut novel serves up a veritable feast of satire, delivered with bone-chilling dry wit, and lashings of black humour. A biting commentary on the world’s dependence on meat that will leave you questioning every pork chop you pop in your mouth.

    When the Animals Vanished presents the reader with moral dilemmas at every turn of the page. It’s a story like no other. Highly controversial, politically incorrect, and not for the squeamish. And whether you love it or hate it, one thing is for certain…
    …you’ll never forget it.

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