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By Ken F Stewart
Batavia Shores is the long-awaited sequel to Devlin Pool. It again follows the two Geraldton detectives, Barney Merrick and Zep Marcon, as this time they try to unravel the mysterious torture and murder of a used-car dealer. Issues that confront them include gunrunning, drug importation, and international terrorism. Concurrent to their investigation is the feud between two Aboriginal members of Mid-West tribes, woven into the middle of the hectic local football season.
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By S.H. Smith
The material here was originally intended as a third section in Smith’s previous offering, The Problem of God, but took on a life of its own to become a separate work. The Problem of Faith is thus a sequel to the former work and deals with those questions with which all thinking believers wrestle: the nature of religious language, evil and the God of love, the concept of miracles and of prayer, the relationship between faith and reason, life after death, and the problem of hell. The aim is to encourage the reader to engage afresh with these essential issues.
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By sandra novello
Clive is a very clever crow that has discovered a place where food is very abundant. He waits until there are no children or adults around before flying down. The children have been wondering who has been eating their food, so Clive decides to write them a letter. Can you guess his favourite food?
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By Tony Taouk
Running through Shadows is a book based on three fictional characters, who are nineteen years old and homeless. The three characters, Chris, Peter, and Rosa, live in the back of a van in a rural town and survive by stealing from the local members of the community and local shop owners. Their routine is abruptly interrupted after they steal money from the local church and are eventually caught. This incident causes Peter to reflect on his path in his life, and he begins to steer the three of them into a more productive direction. However, their lives take another dramatic turn, when after a scuffle with two other youths, it brings police involvement back into their lives again. This results in Chris and Peter finding out about Rosa’s and her family’s suspicious past, which is soon followed by a kidnapping and desperation by the main characters to keep everyone safe.
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By Angie Lockwood
A young girl befriends a young boy on a social network site. All is not what it seems and she finds herself embroiled in the most frightening experience a young girl could ever imagine herself to be in.
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By Soji Obebe
A Pain in Vain is Soji Obebe’s latest foray into the political fortunes of the Federal Republic of Geriana. It is in furtherance of U-turn to Grief, a novel about the same country, released in 2003. Believing that he has God’s backing, ex-governor Ralph Maywa of Bagua State in Geriana returned from exile in Ghana with fanfare. His return to politics as the presidential candidate of the New Broom party gives the party in power goose pimples because of his popularity based on his previous performance. He pursues the race with zeal himself, and his party takes so much pain to curtail abuse of the electoral process, but the party in power resorts to manipulations. The aftermath of the manipulations is the kernel of the story.
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By Steven Schuback
Debra is a zebra, but different to the rest. Instead of liking black stripes on white, she thinks white stripes on back are best. Debra is a little bit different and she stands out from the crowd. But is different a reason to be ashamed or is different a reason to be proud? Debra the different Zebra proves that what we all have in common is the fact we are all different, so being different is what makes us the same.
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By John van Buren
The Pass is a humorous yarn about the first eight years of John van Buren’s farming career. Set at Okuku Pass Station in North Canterbury, New Zealand, the book follows John as he learns the arts of farming, rodoeing, playing rugby and generally having a good time in rural New Zealand. Told in the manner of a good kiwi bloke, the story will have you laughing with and at the characters you meet along the way. Enjoy the mirth as you saddle up and ride your way through the pages of this epic tale, told in a gripping, no holds barred narrative.
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By Thomas P Thomas

'This powerful book portrays God's intense desire to restore glory on earth. Man lost God's glory, walking away from the Creator. God, having perfected atonement, goes after man, viewing mankind like they had never sinned. He equips man to regain lost glory by His Spirit and Word, through Christ-like living.

A stirring sense of purpose runs right through all twenty two chapters, although a wide spectrum of practical issues are addressed. Fresh revelation on timeless truths, deeply probed and delightfully portrayed, inspire families to realign and nations to reform.

This sensational book makes a clarion call on all citizens everywhere to fulfill their mandate to flood their nation with the Creator's glory. The final pages are a saga of love for homeland, kindling a passion deep inside, to exalt its honour by a life of righteousness. A refreshing revelation of true patriotism, this timely book is a road map for all patriots, toward building a society and nation in oneness, without ripping it apart in religious fanaticism.

"The truth herein is a fresh breath to timeless revelation from the heart of the Father. It is a must have for every marriage and home, in these days of hectic activities and heavy commitments".
Rev. Sam T Varghese, General Overseer, Apostolic Churches Alliance

"Rev. Thomas and Rachel have taken the high road, living out what they believe, modelling their lives to a generation looking for the real deal. He is a father for fathers and pastor for pastors and has mended many broken lives and ministries His understanding on God's gift of righteousness is clear, powerful, grace-filled and balanced with the holiness of God. While many talk about grace, Rev. Thomas is one of the few who has preached grace with his life. This is a long-awaited book toward true understanding of God's heart and the power of His righteousness".
Dr. John Joseph, MBBS, E.MBA, Founding Minister, World Impact Community Church, Trivandrum, India

"I am very impressed with the insights in this book, especially distinction between love and lust, the need for godly role models in fathers and the challenge to "dare to father", the "Jacob Generation", and teachings on being "raised up and sent, not rose up and went."
Barbara M. Kohl, Barbara Kohl Ministries, Canada

"God wants us to experience His Glory now on earth. We may seek it within the four walls of churches. This book inspires us to seek its expression everywhere. With great wisdom and insight, Rev. Thomas P Thomas reveals how Godly order in homes and personal lives, and little acts of honour and love for others become the pathway to the Church exploding in glory. This book is a catalyst for transformation."
Diane Carroll, Freedom Encounters, NJ, USA


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By Jackie Carstairs
This is the tale of Billy Bounce, a young, grey kangaroo who lives Down Under, near the wonder of Big Red Uluru.
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By Frank William Talen
Terse and concise or rambling and hypnotic, poetry finds the music in language. Building pictures from sound, layering obvious over oblique on obscure, it secretes multiple levels of meaning for the seeking. If a picture is worth a thousand words the goal of a single word is to create a whirl of images. Reducing, condensing, saying more with less: making music in the flow of the words.
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By Lisa Jackson
What do I tell people? A young boy is worried about what his friends will think if they find out his dad is in prison. He searches for a solution to his problem. He realizes the solution is honesty.
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By Jo Funk
Th is book is a homage to a world of poetic minded individuals. Individuals that see this world as a curiosity. A world that stylizes this many cultured multitude of territories. Territories that clothe, feed,house, and diff erentiate each other. Th ese customs and varied rituals make up the lines that separate nations, languages, and peoples. Although we may not completely understand each other.We stay transfi xed in our interests in these curiosities. We fi nd ourselves in a plethora of emotions and apathy. We feed each others needs.We fi nd parts of ourselves that we never knew existed. Th is humbles us opens our minds and allows us to see the poetry,art and much diverse delights that make for our world. Th en of course there is putting it to word. I mean I want to understand the varying degrees of this and that. Don’t you? Yes poetry is just that an infi nite language of communicating variety. So let this be a variety show of poetic entertainment for any and all who want to see in Th is unique light.
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By Jennifer Winters
Have you ever had one of those really bad days at school? Well, you are not alone. Luckily, there is always someone there to help you feel better. No Need to Worry is a story about a little boy who has a rough day at school and learns that there is more to solving problems than it seems. He fi nds that special caring person who helps him through it all.
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By Aureilia Shields
Asleep Across the Sea: Volume 1 It was raining the first night she came here. This world had been pitched into sorrows that night and every night thereafter. Since she came. Armed only with a journal of riddles and a mysterious sword, a lost young woman known only as ‘Sei’ finds herself washed ashore in a strange land in the grip of war. With no memory of her identity, she sets out on a journey with her newfound companions to seek out her forgotten history. However, in her desperate pursuit to recover her past, she will reveal an even more desperate future . . .
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