• Red Cabbage Blue

    Annie Try

    Christmas is fast approaching when psychologist Dr Mike Lewis is presented with the most unlikely client – twenty-two-year-old Adelle Merchant. Dressed all in blue, she could be like any other young woman. Except it’s not just her clothes – her hair, her home, everything she eats or drinks has to be blue...

  • The Mystery of Matthew Gold

    Chick Yuill

    Meet Matthew Gold: wealthy, successful and secure – but totally alone.
    Afflicted from childhood by a crippling stammer, words have been his greatest problem. But, as his talent as a writer of detective fiction emerges, words become his greatest passion...

  • Breakthrough

    Giles D Lascelle

    Is a full and abundant life possible if your childhood has been shattered by abuse? One-in-five of us experience severe abuse in some form as children,* often leading to devastating emotional and mental health problems in adulthood. Giles D Lascelle, an abuse survivor, ordained minister and psychotherapist, examines...

  • A Ready Man: Hugh Stowell Brown

    Wayne Clarke

    When Hugh Stowell Brown, aged just twenty-three, arrived in Liverpool to preach at Myrtle Street Baptist, no one could guess his impact on the church and the city. He had barely preached a sermon before and had been a Baptist only a matter of months, but for the next forty years...

  • Astonishment

    Graham Jones

    When Graham Jones returns to Zimbabwe to recapture his idyllic Rhodesian childhood, a chance encounter leads him to him to meet a one-time child slave called Astonishment. Now dedicated to helping society’s most vulnerable, Astonishment grew up...

  • Being Lena Levi

    Bobbie Ann Cole

    It’s 1950: a mysterious stranger shows up at Marlene Roberts' Canterbury home, turning her teenage world upside down. The exotic ‘Mutti’, a German Jew and Holocaust survivor, is the mother she never knew she had.
    Years earlier, Mutti had sent the infant Marlene to England for safety but now...

  • A Time of Green

    Eleanor Watkins

    Mystery has always surrounded twelve-year-old Juniper’s beloved great-grandma, June. Born in rural Wales, or so everyone thought, how did she come to live in California? How did she meet Juniper’s great-grandpa? And why, despite her age, does she never mention World War 2?

Meet our Authors

  • Bobbie Ann Cole

    Bobbie Ann Cole has lived and worked in Israel with her husband, Butch, a Canadian. They now live in Canterbury...

  • Graham Jones

    Raised in what was then Rhodesia, Graham Jones was educated in Bath, UK, from where he returned to Africa during...

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