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Eboracum, The Village (Book I)

A historic action novel, with a romantic twist (Book I)

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Eboracum, The Fortress (Book II)

Sequel to 'Eboracum, The Village'

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Eboracum, Carved in Stone (Book III)

The final book in the Eboracum trilogy

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Eboracum, No Turning Back (Book IV)

The time is A.D. 71, the place is Northern Britain. Set against the founding of York, and the real life characters who founded the ancient city, this award-winning novel follows the fate of Roman and Celt alike. Cethen Lamh-fada and his wife Elena are forced from their home by the Roman engineer Gaius Sabinius, as...

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Politically Detained

There's a lot of interest in Canadian politics at the moment, and the timing of this book could not be better. The state of our federal affairs has piqued Graham Clews’ sense of right and wrong. Politically Detained was created with an unusual cast of characters who bring an adventurous interest to an often boring topic.

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A Slightly Tainted Hero

A humorous yet philosophical look at an accountant’s late-in-life romp with marriage, money and his 15 minutes of fame.

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The Sound of Silence

Silence is the strongest ally of the pedophile. It is, in fact, his only ally. He (nearly all pedophiles are ‘he’) relies on silence. He’s helped by the fact that his sordid actions instill needless shame in young victims, an emption that will often keep them silent forever. This is why one pedophile’s victims will often number in the hundreds--and most will never say a word. Graham, for more years than he cares to mention, was one of them...

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Jessica Jones and the Gates of Penseron

A Young Adult novel about a timeless adventure in a magical world.

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