Here are some books that I've published for others.
If you are interested in buying any of these books, you can order them via Amazon.co.uk, or contact me at: email@example.com
Behind the Chicken Wire
by Lynn Roberts
It’s the dawn of a new millennium in the south Wales city, but for Detective Inspector Harry Hook, it’s business as usual. The constant battle against crime is relentless, and he seems to be on the losing side. Then everything changes. Is there a link between the sudden spate of violence, and the rumour of a new drug that threatens to overwhelm the community he tries so desperately to protect?
The setting is of its time: the music, the cars, the fashions, and sometimes the language. All these change, but the fight between good and evil does not.
Edited by Alana Davies
Dark or Bitter
by TG Hyde
In this collection, TG Hyde has put together six unconnected and seemingly disconnected stories. Be prepared for the unexpected, the surprising and the bewildering. From dark and gloomy to humorous and quirky, one thing links them – his unwavering awareness of the human condition in its many and varied forms. No judging, no moralising. Just observing, accepting. and sometimes imagining
Learning Something Every Day
by D Huw Thomas
Huw pays homage to people and places that have meant a great deal to him during his life. His memories are rich, and will resonate with his contemporaries, as he recalls the everyday events that we may have taken for granted, but have now passed into the history books. Local shops, TV programmes, radio and music, these are all things we can identify with, and he jolts our own memories with his.
This is a true celebration of life, in prose and in poetry. Joy and sadness, laughter and loss, Huw doesn’t shy away from any of them.
Mathematics for Engineers
by Brian Davies
The primary purpose of this book is to aid those students studying engineering at level 4, with respect to the mathematics required. It should enable students to develop an understanding of a range of mathematical operations and analysis techniques that are needed for the solution of many engineering problems. However the content is suitable for all students studying a range of courses or none, in that it covers a number of mathematical areas which often require revision and/or additional explanation, examples or solutions.
Edited by Alana Davies
The Tale of Smiler
by RW Prosser
Spiders have 8 legs as we know - but Smiler manages to have fun, be happy, and get the better of cats and crows even though he only has 6. He is friendly and loveable and his story will make all spiders a little less scary!
Full colour, large print.