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With Love from Pet Heaven by Tum-Tum the Springer Spaniel, edited by Gigi Michaels

ISBN
: 978-0-9553507-95
Pages
: 212pp
Date
: Apr/2011
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  6.71
Tum Tum was a vibrant, intelligent springer spaniel who entered her human Ma's life at nine weeks old, thereby banishing loneliness for all time and introducing joyousness which lasted for nearly sixteen years until she crossed over to Pet Heaven.  She has found a way to communicate her unique take on what life is like there, and now shares it with us as well as her many earthly (and true) adventures.
Empress Bianca, by Lady Colin Campbell

ISBN
: 978-0-9553507-0-2
Pages
: 444pp
Date
: 2009
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  7.20

Lady Colin Campbell's first novel has already attracted much critical interest and also controversy as the original publishers were threatened with defamation and legal action from Lily Safra, 'the world's wealthiest widow' who claimed that the main character - a socially scheming double murderess - was based on her own life.
The Palace Diaries: The True Story of Life at the Palace by Prince Charles' Secretary, by Sarah Goodall & Nicholas Monson

US Publication by Dynasty Press Ltd. 2008
ISBN
: 978-09553507-1-9
Pages
: 320pp
Date
: 2008
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  5.73
The Palace Diaries is a hilarious and light-hearted look at life behind the scenes of the Royal Establishment by a naï  ve and rather accident-prone young woman whose dreams all come true when she is given the opportunity to work for the heir to the throne. It is also a humorous introduction to Royal life for the uninitiated, involving disclosures about palace life, key individuals who run the Prince's household and the human realities beneath the glamorous faç  ade.
The Untold Life of Queen Elizabeth - The Queen Mother, by Lady Colin Campbell

ISBN
: 978-0-9568038-18
Pages
: 496pp
Date
:  24th April 2012
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  7.70


In The Untold Life of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Lady Colin Campbell tells the gripping true story of Elizabeth's life. The book is packed with previously unpublished material, much of it controversial; this is the first truly revealing account of the life of this remarkable woman.
American Alice, by Richard Freeborn

ISBN
: 9780956803825
Pages
: 110pp
Date
:  23rd August 2012
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  6.99


Set in China at the time of the Russo-Japanese War, it is the story of a passionate love between an Anglo-American woman of mixed-race lineage and a Russian doctor.
Dad, Mum and Me, by Julia Plumb

ISBN
: 978-0-9568038-4-9
Pages
: 45pp
Date

Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  5.14


Julia was born in 1942 and the story tells of how her family managed in war time. In 1948 her mother took Julia and her brother back to Hungary to visit her relatives, a dangerous undertaking only three years after the war had ended. The book recalls the visit.

This is an intimate story of family life in the South East of London.  The book tells of the family moving into a new home after the war and how Julia had fun playing on bombed out ruins. This is a memoir depicting a world that has disappeared forever.
Brighton Babylon, by Peter Jarrette

ISBN
: 978-0-9568038-5-6
Pages
: 448pp
Date
:  19th Feb 2013
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  6.99


Life in the city of Brighton can sometimes resemble that of a situation comedy...a formula that only requires three walls, one at the back and one each side with the action in the middle and the audience watching. Brighton's audience is the vast openness of the English Channel which washes its shore and watches its lives. Life in Brighton sometimes, like the sea, can flow smoothly or rage as rough as a tempest.
Death by Dior, by Terry Cooper

ISBN
: 978-0-9568038-6-3
Pages
: 280pp
Date
:  28th May 2013
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  7.20

Death by Dior is a fascinating, detailed, dark documentary tale of a young man's almost unwitting adventures in the world of high fashion, Satanism, Nazi intrigue, incest, homosexuality, and murder. It exposes the vice and madness lurking in the soft underbelly of the pathetic British Nazi mummies' boys, the true story of impoverished elements of French aristocratic society and of Normandy's declining rural life.


The Lilly and The Egg, by O'Halloran Ford

ISBN
: 978-1-909807-40-2
Pages
: 1010pp
Date
:  5th August 2013
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  14.99

A book about Art, God, War and Sex, but mostly Love. Inspired by Leonardo da Vinci, the author becomes a best-selling writer on Art History. He is led on a path of discovery full of murder and mayhem.  Ford finds out why Italian film director Pier-Paulo Pasolini was murdrred. He learns the World War II story of English Red Cross nurse Lilly Duveen - sexually tortured by top Nazis. After months of torture, ostensibly for 120 days in accordance with the famous book by the Marquis de Sade "120 Days of Sodom", she is rescued by Italian aristocrat Egbert di Santo - Egg to his friends. Egg and Lilly marry, and commission one of the world's great collections of erotic art, the Lilly Eggs, to commemorate their love. Lilly's reason for sharing her unique life story with Ford provides the twist at the end of this epic journey through all the avenues of Life.
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A Tale of Two Russians, by Christopher Arthur

ISBN
: 978-0-9568038-7-0
Pages
: 408pp
Date
:  12th Sep 2013
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  8.24

This is a story about two boys who meet at school in England. The first, Nicko, is the direct descendant of a White Russian é  migré   from the Revolution while the other, Viktor, is the grandson of Stalin's satrap, the director of the Dalstroi Trust, a part of the Gulag system that mined gold in Kolyma. The satrap, Nikishov, is an actual historical character, but the grandson, Viktor, is the author's invention.
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PomPoms Up!, by Carol Cleveland

ISBN
: 978-0-9928161-0-0
Pages
: -
Date
:  9th June 2014
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  6.47

Carol Cleveland has driven a consistent career in international film, TV and stage that's toured the decades and famously landed her many mighty pit-stops with her boisterous 'brothers', the boys of Monty Python. In 'Pom-Poms Up! From Puberty to Python' the British born, American raised and RADA trained actress reveals her life, loves and laughs as the 'Glamorous PYTHON GIRL' who famously kept her cool and a straight face in the heat of the humour generated by Cleese, Palin, Jones, Gilliam and the late Chapman, The 'MONTY' Pythons.
John Major, by Nesta Wyn Ellis

ISBN
: -
Pages
: -
Date
:  13th November 2015
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd

"Nesta Wyn Ellis's world famous biography of John Major, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom for  6½   years from 28 November 1990 to 2 May 1997.
Mr Frankenstein, by Richard Freeborn

ISBN
: 978-0-9928161-2-4
Pages
: 448
Date
:  15th March 2015
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  7.19
Mr Frankenstein is a powerfully written story of how the wealth and politics of the twenty-first century can be shackled to the ideologies of the twentieth. At its source is incontestable historical fact. At its heart is the sinister warning Mary Shelley issued in the Introduction to her own Frankenstein: 'Frightful must it be; for supremely frightful would be the effect of any human endeavour to mock the stupendous mechanism
of the Creator of the world.'
The Killing of Anna Karenina, by Richard Freeborn

ISBN
: 978-0-9568038-9-4
Pages
: 300pp
Date
:  1st May 2014
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  5.99
Anna Karenina, the heroine of Leo Tolstoy's masterpiece and the finest female portrayal in Russian fiction, became a social pariah through adultery.  In suicidal despair she threw herself under a train.  This was her alleged death.  The truth is much more complex.
A Life Worth Living, by Lady Colin Campbell

ISBN
:
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:
Date
:
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  5.60
The victim of a rare cosmetic condition, Lady Colin Campbell was wrongly registered and brought up as a boy in an aristocratic family in Jamaica. She enjoyed privileges, but her teenage years were blighted, leaving her unable to receive essential medical treatment until she was 21.  In this autobiography she tells of her formative years in Jamaica and New York, her many love affairs, her connection with members of the Royal Family, her activities as a socialite and international charity organizer, and her current life as the fulfilled mother of two adopted Russian children.
Daughter of Narcissus: A family's struggle to survive their mother's narcissistic personality disorder, by Lady Colin Campbell

ISBN
: 978-0-9553507-3-3
Pages
: 640pp
Date
: 2009
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  7.00
Daughter of Narcissus is a stunning analysis by Lady Colin Campbell of her own dysfunctional family positioned at the heart of upper class international society from the middle of the 20th century to the present day. Departing from her former studies of contemporary high society, Lady Colin turns her intelligence, insight and energy on to her own past to reveal the emotional truth concealed behind the family faç  ade of class and privilege.
Recusant, by Alfred J. Dillon

ISBN
: 978-0-9928161-3-1
Pages
: 226
Date
:  18th Feb 2016
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  7.99
Recusant is the riches-to-rags story of a long-standing, loyal English family who lost their position as landed gentry and fell into obscurity. The violent, brutal separation of England from the Roman Catholic faith under King Henry VIII is well-documented in English history. Much less well-known is how far Henry's daughter, Queen Elizabeth I, was willing to go to repress those who refused to attend services of the Church of England. Such individuals were known as recusants, for they refused to accept or obey the authority of Henry's newly established religion.
Watching the Accident Happen,
by Richard Freeborn

ISBN
: 978-0-9928161-4-8
Pages
: 230
Date
:  7th April 2016
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price:
£  5.60
Why did Dave Redmond spend so much time watching cars? He had lived for years in a semi-detached house overlooking the A3 not through any accident of birth, but because he felt safe and happy in it. Retired, a widower, he had the time to watch cars. He had turned a soundproofed front bedroom into a kind of observation post for watching cars. But why?
Boogie Time,
by Vernon S.C. Castle

Pages
: 123
Date
:  2nd December 2016
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  5.60
Something is not right in the Northeastern Pacific. Global monitoring satellites are picking up a huge bump in carbon monoxide levels over the Pacific Gyre. An emergency call from a freighter sets in motion a high-seas rescue operation. What is going on out there?
The true story of a young American, who in 1974 on a singular journey across Southeast Asia and India, discovers, in the words of Kalu Rinpoche, "We live in illusion, the appearance of things. THere is a reality. You are that reality. When you see this, you realise you are nothing and being nothing, everything. That is all".
The Appearance of Things,
by Vernon S.C. Castle

ISBN
: 978-0-9935780-9-0
Pages
: 554
Date
:  11th October 2016
Publisher
: Dynasty Press Ltd
Kindle Price
: £  7.82
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