ShieldCrest

Rank 1 UK Book Publisher for Self Publishing Your Book

Paperback (6” x 9”) - ISBN:  978-1-912505-10-4   [RRP £10.99]


Also available through Amazon & other on-line retailers

To purchase in all bookshops simply quote the ISBN.





“Where the Blackbird Never Sings” by  Lynne D. M. Noble


This autobiographical account set in the backdrop of the early 1980's until the mid 1990's is the second in a trilogy seen through the eyes of an author who has Asperger's Syndrome, a condition distinguished by its ability to focus on fine detail.


In it, the author describes many of the subcultures of deprivation which are forged and perpetuated by the indoctrinated powerful and which are symptomatic of a chronically diseased society.


This book is intended to help stimulate reflection and discussion about some of the processes which generate injustice and discord mainly through typifications of the most vulnerable in society and further, how systems and authorities activate these processes in order to retain power.




E-mail author


Lynne grew up in Huddersfield at a time when disability and class prejudices were rife.  She has a nursing, counselling and teaching background and has undertaken research into statins and memory loss amongst others things and is currently researching for a book she is writing on the Madness of Steroids.


She has received a number of awards including the Open University Student Award and has, in the past, been nominated for the Yorkshire Television Awards.


Together with her husband, Michael, who has an architectural and teaching background, she set up a number of initiatives in the community.  They are also trustees of a registered charity they founded which focuses on supporting families caring at home for relatives who have an acquired or inherited brain injury.


USA & ROW

£17.91

Europe

£15.26

UK  £12.04

Price incl. delivery

Special

Offer

Price

£8.86


Above prices are in British Pounds but payment can be made in all currencies.


Purchases from this site are via PayPal with full protection from your credit card authoriser.


Delivery is normally within 10 days but please allow up to 21 days in case of heavy demand.




After taking the link you can pay by any debit or credit card in any currency.

If you have a PayPal account that can also be used.


More books by this author