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The Devil’s Dance
ISBN: 9780856835018 - Paperback£6.95
“John Symons has done it again. This is a complex and deeply rewarding work. But don’t let that put you off! I loved the menace of the book and its tranquil resolution. I think it is a really great book. Like A Tear in the Curtain, it is about children, could be enjoyed by older children and is an absorbing read for adults. It also raises several important issues.”
William Wood, www.williamwoodswords.co.uk
Friend of Castlereagh
A Historical Novel
Chosen for Autumn 2013 PEOPLE'S BOOK PRIZE COLLECTION for Fiction
ISBN: 9780856832956 - Paperback£17.95
'It takes a great imagination to write a novel - and it takes great technique to weave that seamlessly into an historical context. That is what ... John Stewart has done as his latest book hits the market ... and will be a great read.' Mark Bain, Newtownards Chronicle
Chosen for July 2009 PEOPLE'S BOOK PRIZE COLLECTION for Fiction
ISBN: 9780856832536 - Paperback£9.95
More an allegory than a novel, Visitors describes the impact of beings from a distant planet on the political, economic and spiritual life of Britain and the world
A Political novel
ISBN: 9780856832611 - Paperback£7.95
The President goes missing. Every corner of the White House has been searched and double-checked, without success. The Vice President is in Europe, so the decision of whether to go public or not falls upon the Chief of Staff. Just then the phone rings: a journalist has spotted the President sitting on a park bench near the Lincoln Memorial, his only disguise a baseball cap pulled well down over his eyes.
A Political Novel
ISBN: 9780856832741 - Paperback£9.95
The country is in crisis. Unrest and inner city tensions feed on unemployment. And as the Government struggles to contain the soaring debt, no one listens. Most are tired of 'PR-savvy' words, tired of the 'blame-game' that poses as debate.
A Tear in the Curtain
Chosen for Spring 2013 PEOPLE'S BOOK PRIZE COLLECTION for Fiction
ISBN: 9780856832925 - Hardback£9.95
This is the story of three families, brought together and kept apart by terrible events. A Russian boy and Hungarian brother and sister spend an idyllic seaside holiday with an English family in August 1956, just before the Suez Crisis and the Hungarian Uprising intensify the Cold War and cut them off from each other.
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