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“Roger’s Rise To Incredible Failure” 

Roger's Rise To Incredible Failure by Raymond Hall

Roger Sidebottom weaves his path of destruction through society leaving both broken bones and broken hearts in his wake.

Choosing Spain on which to inflict himself, Roger and his new bride, Mary, buy a small hotel in the sun.

The townspeople of Alcasa soon come to realise why he made so many enemies in England. The failed Armada pales in comparison!

Roger makes enemies of everyone, but merely adds to his wealth as the citizens of Alcasa join together to rid themselves of the redheaded scourge.

Roger and Mary return to England, setting themselves up as the aristocratic owners of Cunningbarry Manor.

But will England be able to survive a second onslaught from the ginger haired demon?

“The Importance of Being Roger”

The Importance of Being Roger by Raymond Hall

Since childhood, Roger hates the surname fate pushed upon him by an uncaring father and a doting mother. His father abandons the family in order to run off with a ‘slapper’ from his workplace, leaving a bitter wife who’s takes solace in the local Catholic priest. Father Reilly’s visits to her home are the only relief from the day to day drudgery.

Roger befriends a girl, Mary, and at last finds something worthwhile in his young life. But, Mary lets him down when she goes off with Roger’s arch enemy, Billy Brown. Roger’s faith in women is destroyed and he vows never to become involved again, which is not difficult for Roger who appears to take very little interest in anything of an emotional nature.  (More on Amazon)



“Launching Sheep & Other Stories from the Intersection of History & Nonsense”

Launching Sheep: & Other Stories from the Intersection of History and Nonsense by [Angleton, Sarah]


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