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Neil in eminent company at the Royal Asiatic Society, London Neil T. Sinclair author of the book Letters from Manchuria gave a fascinating talk to the Hong Kong group Royal Asiatic Society August 5th 2017 Neil points to an example of his mother-in-law, Marion Young’s letters from Manchuria Neil and his wife, Helen, first selected […]

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Newsletter – Little Knoll Press in 2015 Click on the picture for more about Strangers in Chaotung 8th Dec 2015   Dear Booklovers It’s been more than 12 months since I last did a newsletter, so I’ll try to catch you up with what has happened with Little Knoll Press.   I published the first book, Strangers in […]

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African Encounters by John R Pritchard In this personal memoir John Pritchard, historian of the Methodist Missionary Society and its former General Secretary, recalls elements of a life in which Africa loomed large. In his schooldays large parts of Africa were still coloured pink and the long process of decolonization had barely begun when he […]

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AEROADDICT – The story of one man’s lifelong love affair with aeroplanes by Doug Gregory D.F.C. Many of you will share the sadness at hearing that Doug Gregory D.F.C. passed away on Sunday 12th April 2015. It is ironic that the consequences of a road accident took Doug’s life, after all his years of flying, […]

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You are invited to the launch of A life turned UPSIDE DOWN by Nikki Hastings ISBN: 978-0-9927220-3-6 at Lewis-Manning Hospice, Poole, on February 4th (World Cancer Day). Please get in touch with me if you would like to attend the launch – Jenny@LittleKnollPress.co.uk You can buy a copy of Nikki’s book from www.LittleKnollBookshop.co.uk   * […]

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Non Semper Imbres – a memoir by David Hughes, brings fascinating stories and photos from David and Jane’s work and travels around the world  into a book that will give pleasure and interest for years to come. David Hughes was born on 29th July 1930, the first son of Helen Mary & Thomas Lewis Hughes, and the first white baby that many of the […]

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