Explore a collection of books and podcasts by BU graduates.
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The Skeleton Sisters and The Skeleton Sisters 2: The Road Back to Ridgefield
Can friendship last forever? That is what The Skeleton Sisters are about to find out.
Four young girls, each from very different households come together under a big old oak tree on a warm day in 1963 and promise to be friends forever. Those bonds hold until after high school graduation. Thirty years later the four childhood friends have lived very different lives. Yet fate brings them together again, and that's when the skeletons from the past really start to fall out of their closets.
Can the friendship that was formed under the big old oak tree all these years ago, withstand the storm?
David Lassman began his writing career freelancing for newspapers and magazines, before studying screenwriting at Bournemouth University.
He spent three and a half years on a Greek island writing his first novel, is author of Frome in the Great War and co-created the ‘Regency Detective’ series with Terence James.
His collaborations with Mick Davis include The Awful Killing of Sarah Watts, one of the most infamous crimes of the Victorian period and Visitors’ Historic Britain: Somerset.
Make It Real podcast
Trisha talks to business owners about their story, experience and expertise.
Discover your inner upcycling genius and learn how to transform unwanted junk into unique and creative garden designs. Whether you want to create a firepit from
bicycle wheels, an outdoor plant display from a painted dressing table, or fashion a potting shed from three vintage doors Max’s latest book will show you how.
Ever thought about transforming that rusty old item in the garage into something awesome to impress your dinner guests, or fancied refurbishing the random old dining chair in the shed but don’t have the tools or know-how? Max’s book will show you how.
The initial concept of Officer George came from a passion to promote the development of a safe and approachable relationship between the police and the general public, particularly the younger generations. Officer George has been written in a fun and memorable way to help re-establish a positive association between young children and the police, portraying them as friendly and approachable.