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What have we done indeed? Tom Law's latest book is about contemporary wars and the evil of the armaments industries where profit looms large over human lives. But mostly, it is about the urgent need to eliminate nuclear weapons. There have been many organisations across the world with the same intent but always to be frustrated by the superpowers and their generals! Tom is vehement in his argument that change will only come about by the dedicated application of international humanitarian law at the United Nations General Assembly. International law and a constant 'demand' by people is the best way forward to bring this goal to fruition. Time is short if humanity is to avert some final catastrophic conflict ending civilisation upon the planet.



My new friend Gerald said "Look Chas, I have a nice little block of three acres next to the creek just a few miles out of town. It is a little wild like your beard and hair but it would be ideal for you and your little family to build your dream house. Why don't you come and look at it with me after school?"
I did not wish to refuse this kind offer and politely agreed to take a look.
The block was adjacent to an old gold mine, much overgrown with tea-tree and was on the forest side of the creek. Certainly a quiet and secluded haven with birds and wildlife a-plenty. There was a large river flat of at least two acres. Immediately I could see its potential with a little hard work. A singing creek close by and space enough for a house and garden. I must admit I was taken with it straight
away. It was just perfect!



...  a man's nightmare                     or a man's dream   ...
...  each of these new books can also be found at:    blurb.com
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Conventional Format (spine at left):
Soft cover Stonehouse One
The Building of Brambly Cottage
Extreme and highly charged emotional
poetry from a man cruelly separated from
his three young children by the legal system
- highly recommended!