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The Falklands War in Poetry - My Journey by Easton Thomas (self-published)

When the Task Force sailed triumphantly back to Britain at the end of the Falklands War in 1982, there were scenes of national celebration and a general feeling of pride that the conflict had been brought to a swift conclusion. But, the experiences of the servicemen who fought in the war could never wholly be consigned to the past.

Come, Let Us Sing Anyway, and Other Stories by Leone Ross (Peepal Tree Press Ltd)

From headless schoolgirls, to talking food and threesomes, pretty much anything can happen in these weird, luminous and witty short stories. Ranging in form from action to intense psychological drama, magical realism, horror and erotica, these strange, clever, frank and sometimes very funny stories can be serious, too.

Why we March - Signs of Protest and Hope by Voices from the Women's March (Artisan - a division of Workman Publishing Co)

On January 21, 2017, millions of people gathered worldwide for the Women’s March, one of the largest demonstrations in political history. Together they raised their voices in hope, protest and solidarity.

The Knights' Lore by Godwin U. Nkere (Pen Press)

London, present day. The party to end all parties. Everyone will be there. And everything. The kings and queens of the syndicate to bring to life, crews from all over the capital to add soul, the spirits of a fell and fallen world to wield judgment. Gee and the gang were the last ones to remain that night. Three young guys and three young gals, fresh, funky and fearless. But also foolish.

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