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Books can be purchased by contacting Hallmark Press or by accessing the author's personal website - if you can see the words; 'by clicking HERE' printed in blue below the book title, this means that this particular author has their own website where you can view the book in question and purchase a copy if you so desire.

As well as offering purchase facilities, the site will also have a synopsis of the book, illustrations of the cover, and more information about the author.

All books listed below with an ISBN are also available to purchase via Amazon.co.uk and will also be found on several leading book comparison websites. The majority of the major book sellers, including, Waterstones, W.H.Smiths and Foyles will also provide space on their on-line stores.


The following books have been published, with further titles presently in production:

1. The Diver's Tale - Nick Lyon. ISBN: 978-1-906459-32-1 Price £8.95

The Diver's Tale - Nick Lyon


The Diver’s Tale is not a diving manual. Quite the opposite. This is how not to do it, why not to do it, when not to do it and who not to do it with. Usually hilarious, frequently embarrassing, often unpleasant, and occasionally tragic. Dive into the world of the real British diver!.


2. On Fortune's Tide - Theresa-Marie Smith. ISBN: 978-1-906459-26-0 Price £9.95

On Fortune's Tide - Theresa-Marie Smith


On Fortune's Tide is a dramatic saga of love and adventure set in eighteenth century Cornwall. Layunie Ledridge, blonde, beautiful and high spirited, is plucked from the whirl of society pleasures in Somerset when family debt forces her away from home towards a marriage she knows she will detest, with the repellent and ageing Lord Trevoran. But on the way to her wedding Jarren Polverne, handsome and dashing adventurer, bursts into her life, and everything is once again turned upside down. Theresa-Marie Smith brings us a roller-coaster ride of a story that never flags, as the lovers strive to be together despite all the hate and murderous intent of the monstrous Trevoran and his cold-hearted henchman, the exciseman Ruskin Tripper. It’s a tale oozing with adventure and passion set among the creeks and coves, the tiny villages and the grand halls, the ‘freetraders’ and the mariners, of Cornwall.

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3. Perhaps - Luz Gutierrez Menendez. ISBN: 978-1-906459-34-5 Price £9.95

Perhaps - Luz Gutierrez Menendez

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4. The Crown of Renown - Lt. Col. J.P.Cross OBE, FABI, MIL, BA. ISBN: 978-1-906459-33-8 Price £19.95

The Crown of Renown - Lt. Col. J.P.Cross OBE, FABI, MIL, BA


The Crown of Renown is a historical novel with a military background, set in the final stages of the Honourable East India Company’s existence. It aims to show how Nepal’s hill men adapted to military conditions, personal calamities and unpredictable circumstances, mostly with resilient stoicism and unquestionable prowess. The period covered sees military action at Bharatpur, Afghanistan, the Punjab, Delhi and north India. Civilian activities, such as a Gurkha bodyguard on a trade mission, and a slave boy who becomes a decorated officer, are also woven into the story. It shows what life was like in the Nepal hills during that period and how unworthy British behaviour fostered the poison that led to the 'Indian Mutiny'.

J P Cross has lived with the Nepalese for virtually all his adult life, from 1944. In the hills people say he was a Nepali in a previous incarnation and that he and his elder surrogate son were of the same womb – and will be in their next incarnation. Some of his twelve books have been republished in UK, India, Nepal, Malaysia, Singapore and USA.


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5. Truly Blue - Debbie Fletcher. ISBN: 978-1-906459-23-9 Price £12.95

Truly Blue - Debbie Fletcher


A fan's passionate account of her experiences, travels and adventures following Birmingham City football club over the last 30 years.

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6. Society and Human Behavioural Patterns Volume 1 : The Case of Parents and Pre-University Students - S.E. Agbor. ISBN: 978-1-906459-36-9 Price £10.95
Society and Human Behavioural Patterns Volume 1 : The Case of Parents and Pre-University Students



7. Society and Human Behavioural Patterns Volume 2 : Academic Research versus The Practical World - S.E. Agbor. ISBN: 978-1-906459-37-6 Price £13.95
Society and Human Behavioural Patterns Volume 2 :  Academic Research versus The Practical World

SE Agbor brings his considerable academic experience to bear upon this glimpse into the teenage student experience and its echoes in relationships in the wider world, in the realms of politics, ethics and business.

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8. The Mount's Bay Monster - Rosemary Davison. ISBN: 978-1-906459-01-7 Price £7.95
 The Mount's Bay Monster - Rosemary Davison


9. Golden Wings and Navy Blue - John Fay. ISBN: 978-1-906459-02-4 Price £8.95
Golden Wings and Navy Blue - John Fay


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10. The Apprentice Who Stuttered - Captain John E. Newbury. ISBN: 978-1-906459-04-8 Price £7.95
The Apprentice Who Stuttered - Captain John E. Newbury


Behind the title lies the story of a young man who was determined to follow a career at sea. Overcoming the disappointment of being turned away by the Royal Navy, he carved out a very successful career in the Merchant Navy. But more than that, the author delivers a fascinating and well written account of his life at sea in a particularly important period of Britain’s maritime history. A modest man who had to overcome a childhood speech impediment, he brought a lot to his work – a care for his officers and crews and a total and much admired dedication to his work around the world. Service during the Falklands war is described in full and his efforts, as much as anyone’s, helped to achieve victory. A valuable book which will be appreciated by all who understand the work of the Merchant Navy.

11. Contact Points - Elaine Moss. ISBN: 978-1-906459-06-2 Price £6.95
Contact Points - Elaine Moss


Contact Points is a fascinating book covering the subject of life after death. The book details a number of stories that the author uses to emphasise her beliefs that there are more things on this earthly plane than our mere 5 senses allow us to comprehend or see. If you consider your self open minded, purchase this book today and read these true stories - then make up your own mind. Elaine's website has purchase facilities built into it, and it can be visited by clicking on the link below. All major debit or credit cards are accepted and are encrypted for your safety and protection.

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12. The Early Years - Maisie Mitchell. ISBN: 978-1-906459-03-1 Price £6.95
The Early Years - Maisie Mitchell


13. The Adventures of Octavia and Fortepiano - Ann Warner. ISBN: 978-1-906459-05-5 Price £6.95
The Adventures of Octavia and Fortepiano - Ann Warner


14. Mary - An Unusual Vagrant - Mr G.R.Bennie. ISBN: 978-1-906459-08-6 Price £7.95
Mary - An Unusual Vagrant

15. The Life and Courage of Jeannine - Mr G.R.Bennie. ISBN: 978-1-906459-44-4 Price £8.95
The Life and Courage of Jeannine - Mr G.R.Bennie


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16. A Mystery Unearthed - Jenny Tuxford. ISBN: 978-1-906459-15-4 Price £7.95
A Mystery Unearthed - Jenny Tuxfordh


17. Peace Hotel - Alan Marquis. ISBN: 978-1-906459-13-0 Price £7.95
Peace Hotel - Alan Marquis


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18. All Our Yesterdays - Michael Lumb. ISBN: 978-1-906459-10-9 Price £29.95
All Our Yesterdays - Michael Lumb


This is an excellent book of some 933 pages covering the history of England from its origins to the 1990's. It will appeal to a variety of readers, some of whom may be studying history in some form, whilst others could be interested in a comprehensive, chronological account of the story of England. The work includes much information about leaders in church and state through the ages, and covers most aspects of history with due attention being paid to the part played by the United Kingdom in the development of the world through growth of the British Empire and Commonwealth. It is written in a style which crosses the divide between pure reference and fiction, making it informative yet easy to read. The author graduated in history from Lincoln College, Oxford and has spent much of his life teaching history; he is now retired and lives in Chichester.

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19. David's Dilemma - Ken Butler. ISBN: 978-1-906459-16-1 Price £8.95
David's Dilemma - Ken Butler


David's Dilemma focuses on the world of wine, horse racing and the changing society of South Africa, which altogether form a backdrop for a light hearted look at marital fidelity, female friendships and developing relationships. David, a Private Investigator, finds himself in Spain where he meets the lovely Serena. However the path of true love does not run smoothly when she has her doubts about their future, and as a consequence introduces him to her best friend Carmen. As the story unfolds, the reader is introduced to other fascinating characters which include David’s old school friend Richard who runs a successful wine business with his wife Jennifer. Her father is enjoying late fatherhood second time around in South Africa with Michelle his partner, and Koos her young son.

20. Refined in the Furnace of Affliction : Nearly 30 years with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/M.E. - Paul Gregory. ISBN: 978-1-906459-19-2 Price £9.95
Refined in the Furnace of Affliction : Nearly 30 years with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/M.E


21. The Psychology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/M.E. & Self Management - Paul Gregory. ISBN: 978-1-906459-29-1 Price £11.95
The Psychology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/M.E. & Self Management

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