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Glasgow COP 26

Copied fron the Green Alliance. One year to COP26: what is the plan? Posted on 8 November, 2019 by Dustin Benton In Paris in 2015, the world pledged to keep global temperatures to well below 2 degrees, or to 1.5c if possible. But when

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Book News!

Carillion 3: Two Graves is now on Kobo! https://www.kobo.com/gb/en/ebook/carillion-3-two-graves https://www.amazon.co.uk/l/B00P7SRP9O

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Carillion: Nowhere Man

  Many thanks to those that have already purchased my second Carillion book . Enjoy, any thoughts or reviews on Amazon would be gratefully received.

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New Book, Carillion: Nowhere Man

  My new book is now available for your Kindle. Enjoy, any thoughts gratefully received! Carillion is back. After the farrago of the spring Royal visit, the summer has passed quietly but as the days get shorter tension is rising

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Review 2

Two more reviews! Much thanks to all. I especially enjoyed the contrast between the tensions within the Police Force …, 13 Feb. 2017 By Amazon Customer Verified Purchase(What is this?) This review is from: Carillion: 10 Days (Kindle Edition) An

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Review

4 Stars review of Carillion on Amazon. Many Thanks https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01ND0EXZ6 Well constructed yarn, 2 Feb. 2017 By E. Williams This review is from: Carillion: 10 Days (Kindle Edition) Nicely paced with enough intrigue to keep you reading. Plenty of twists and turns as

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New Book and Old

Big cheers all round, my second novel, Carillion: 10 Days is now available as a Kindle book. Please read and review if you feel so inclined. Detective Chief Inspector Alan Alexander Carillion, once the golden boy of the Met Police

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