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Listen to Neal James on The Zone at Amber Sound

Book promotion event Neal James Short Stories Volume Two

Listen to Neal James on The Zone at Amber Sound

Neal James on The Zone at Amber Sound Jan 2019

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Goodreads Review - In All Probability

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Goodreads Review - In All Probability

This collection of 30 short tales packs in so much its hard to know where to start. Each tale packs a lot in with plenty of implied and hinted backstories and endings that let you build on the teaser style writing that Morris uses. Because of this, these stories don't feel anywhere near as short as they are and before you know it you have been pulled into Morris' world in all its strange, scary, odd and unsettling glory. Morris's writing flows as well as ever and will appeal to all types of reader (unless you really don't like short...

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An adventurous epic of a cycling marathon undertaken for the BBC Radio 5 Live programme 'Up All Night' alongside the Mississippi River.

Last Boat on the River | Expeditions / Travel and holiday by Quentin van Marle IMAGINE THIS IF YOU WILL: you go to bed one night inside the home you know so well - and wake up the next morning to find that your house has, quite literally, been moved to a different street, or even to another town entirely. This cannot be so, you say; it’s impossible; a few too many last night, that must be it. But then you get dressed and walk out the front door - into totally unfamiliar surrounds. These panic-stricken moments would have anyone seriously...

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'Jack the Ripper' featured in the quarterly journal, Ripperana. A review by the editor Nick Warren* - "Highly Recommended".

'Jack the Ripper' featured in the quarterly journal, Ripperana. A review by the editor Nick Warren* - "Highly Recommended".

Excerpt from 'Ripperana' No. 78, October 2011 During the early 1990s, having got hold of copies of the original coverage of the case in the SUN newspaper from the library at Colindale, I professed myself an early 'Cutbushist.' In 2011 Thomas Cutbush remains a viable JTR suspect for at least three reasons, all uncovered when his Broadmoor Asylum file was released in November 2008. Firstly, he matches eye-witness descriptions: aged 22, 5ft 9.5 inches tall, eyes dark blue (very sharp), complexion dark. Secondly, his illness was ascribed to over-study, a common feature of Ripper suspects if a trifle lacking today....

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