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Author: Celia Micklefield

The Sandman and Mrs Carter: a psychological mystery

The Sandman and Mrs Carter: a psychological mystery

The Sandman helped her sleep. Now she needs a lover . . .

Five characters involved in Wendy Carter's story tell it from their own viewpoint but who is the mystery narrator whose persuasive voice weaves together all the threads of this darkly powerful psychological drama? More info →
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Trobairitz – the storyteller: tales from a mother trucker

Trobairitz – the storyteller: tales from a mother trucker

Feisty truck driver, Weed never gives personal details to other drivers. She entertains truckers by telling the story of ex prostitute, seventy-six year old Catherine Joubert who has a mysterious hold over young mayor, Henri-Claude Noilly and his grandfather.

Can Weed separate fact from fiction in time to save her own love life? More info →
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Patterns of Our Lives

Patterns of Our Lives

At the outbreak of World War Two, Jean Thompson has a lot to learn about life and love. In 2010 renowned sculptor, Audrey Freeman cherishes her old photograph albums, but the snapshots are like covers on a novel. They don't tell everything. Audrey wants to know the truth about her mother but are there some things she was never meant to know?

How could generations of one family keep so many secrets for so long? Heartwarming, heartbreaking, a story about love and the sacrifices made in its name . . . More info →
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Queer as Folk: a collection of short reads

Queer as Folk: a collection of short reads

A second collection of short stories from Celia and her alter ego, Mick. Stories to give you a giggle, a sigh or a shiver. Full of people's quirks and foibles because life's like that! More info →
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Arse(d) Ends: a collection of short reads

Arse(d) Ends: a collection of short reads

Six stories inspired by words ending a.r.s.e.

Considering there are so few of these words, their meanings crop up in people's lives with alarming regularity . . .(Mick Alec Idlelife)

Six stories with edge. Dark humour with a twist. More info →
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