Spiritual Reflections

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A everyday journey by Rosaleen McGuinness.

The Green Bridge

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A story from Ireland that deals with the rotten underbelly and officlal corruption in that benighted corner of the globe.

Valley of the Braid

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A historical journey through the valley of the Braid in County Antrim, Northern Ireland with artic;es on people, villages, houses, services etc. Profusely illustrated.

Cold Cross

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In January 1953, the Princess Victoria foundered during a ferocious storm in the Irish Sea. One hundred and thirty-five lives were lost but the survivors included mysterious passengers, at least one of them implicated in a vicious murder that remained unsolved until, at the height of the troubles in 1976, Ellie Sullivan returns from America and meets Matt Quinn who has been asked by a dead priest to expose the killer. Fifty-three years later, Ed Goodall’s new novel “Cold Cross” resurrects the dramatic story of the subsequent search for the truth, the quest impeded by lust and a new wave of killings.

Counselling Trauma and Religion

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Fr. E McCreave writes about counselling the sexually abused.

The Mettle of Nettles

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Grasp a leaf from nature and discover for yourself the therapeutic, culinary, nutritious properties of wonderfully gifted, exhilarating, invaluable stinging nettles, when you gather, dry, store and used them for your good health and well being.

Gathered in My Name

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A book on praying with Saint Matthew.

Six Stories High

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A collection of short stories written and selected by the book’s author Patrick Mc Garry.

Porridge is an Aphrodisiac

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There is an often hidden knowledge about what are foods do for us and Roisin Armstrong’s new book is not only an easy-to-read guide, packed full of straightforward and tasty recipes, but the reader will gain a better understanding of the food they eat and how it provides the life energy, vitamins and minerals needed to live a healthy positive life.

The recipes are a selection of largely main courses, soups, salads, a selection of non-wheat and yeast free breads and some tasty treats which, for the most part, can be put together in less than 30 minutes to make life easier for busy people who still want to fit the benefits of fresh home-cooked foods into their living hectic lives.

Whilst the recipes follow the newest guidelines on healthy eating, they are also sensible with an eye to producing good food for a family living within budgets.

Roisin Armstrong is a successful kinesiologist with a special interest in nutrition and knows how foods affect people’s physical and mental wellbeing. She has clinics in Holywood and Portglenone, and she works within NI first specialist eating disorder clinic in Belfast.

She also writes a weekly newspaper column on complementary medicine.

The Shakespeare Conspiracies

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Author Brian McClinton untangles a 400 year old web of myth and deceit in this fascinating look into the world of Shakespeare.