Books

If you enjoy reading true-life stories or historically based novels, you will not be disappointed by our exciting range of books. Our authors are all passionate about living by the Thames. Delve into their experiences and discover a new world you never knew existed. Scroll down to discover more.

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EKCO Sounds

EKCO Sounds

£9.99
When Eric Cole discovered a way to use electricity to power radios in 1922, it was to change his life forever and his name became an international brand of the must-have gadgets of the day. EKCO Sounds is available in paperback and e-book. BUY NOW
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Sole Searching

Sole Searching

£12.99
Paul is a lifelong fisherman, who joined his Southend-based family fishing business aged 15. The Gilsons have fished the Thames Estuary for six generations. Whether hauling on board deadly mines or hand-feeding wildlife, rescuing drowning children or helping solve murder cases, Paul's fluent and entertaining storytelling provides a vivid insight into the bravery, tragedy and jovial escapades of fishermen as well as the sheer excitement of catching fish! BUY NOW
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Festival of the Gargoyles

Festival of the Gargoyles

£9.99
"It is the 18th Century and the muddy marshes of the Thames are a dangerous place where ghosts and monsters lurk in the mist, and children must beware. Soon it will be the night when the hideous stone gargoyles on the church roof come to life to scare the villagers. But will Lizzie who has been tricked by the wicked smuggler Sam Smagge escape in time to rescue the people again? This is a gripping tale of friendship, adventure and a changing world." Available as a paperback and e-book with free delivery for UK deliveries. BUY NOW
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The Tokyo Express

The Tokyo Express

£9.99
"It is March 2011 and the tsunami has struck. As Conor desperately searches for Mimi, his Japanese wife, he realises how his selfish behaviour drove her to abandon him in Ireland and return to Japan. Over 60 years earlier his grandfather found love in war-torn Tokyo but then family and fate intervened leaving them destined to never be together. An unforgettable story crossing continents and generations. But as Conor discovers, forgiveness is an incredible gift." BUY NOW
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