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Albion Calling
 
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Author: Stuart Ayris
Language: English
Published: 5th December, 2016
Publisher: Beaten Track
ISBN: Paperback: 978-1-78645-102-6
Category: Fiction
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Information: Published: 5th December 2016 Length: 92,000 words (370 pages) approx. Henry John Bateman is a hospital porter. He drinks too much alcohol, does too much cocaine and has been married too many times. Yet somehow, he discovers, beneath the staples of... [Detailed Info]
 
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About the Author:
Stuart was born in the summer of 1969. He wrote his first novel, A Cleansing Of Souls, when he was twenty-two years old and then wrote nothing for many years. He then began writing The FRUGALITY Trilogy and published Tollesbury Time Forever in January 2012, The Bird That Nobody Sees in June 2012 and I Woke Up This Morning in April 2013. A novella, The Buddhas of Borneo, and his fifth full-length novel, The Magical Tragical Life of Edward Jarvis Huggins... Read More
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Published: 5th December 2016
Length: 92,000 words (370 pages) approx.

Henry John Bateman is a hospital porter. He drinks too much alcohol, does too much cocaine and has been married too many times.

Yet somehow, he discovers, beneath the staples of an old map, a small piece of land owned by no man, no lord, no council and no government, and he sets out for that land so that he may rest his weary head.

But it was never going to be that easy. Not for Henry John Bateman. Not once he meets Oh Emmylou. Not with that bakery girl he's left behind who might be alive or she might be dead. And certainly not when Albion comes calling...