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The Dorothy Davies Library

The Skullface Chronicles

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The Skullface Chronicles (Dorothy Davies)

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ISBN: 9781786952011

Subject matter: Horror, Thrillers/Suspense,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 256

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Horror, zombies, living dead, blood, death

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With just nine days until Halloween, Skullface wakes in his unmarked grave. He forces his way out and begins to question why he was there, who he is, what did he do to be buried in such a place.

The Isle of Wight is a reasonably large place. There are many secluded corners which is just as well. Skullface needs them to kill, to drink the blood and eat the flesh to ‘survive’. He justifies this by argument; the two sides of his mind are in constant battle.

As Halloween draws closer, so Skullface’s memories become clearer and he gets ever closer to remembering the reason for his death, his dysfunctional family and very strange life. He backs off from it many times but knows that if he is to permanently die, which is what he wants, he has to confront his past.

When Halloween finally arrives, he makes the last walk to his home…


Voices

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Voices (Dorothy Davies)

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2018)

ISBN: 9781786951991

Subject matter: Channelled Works, ,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 244

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Freddie Mercury, Michael Jackson, John Lennon, Buddy Holly, Robin Gibb, John Denver, Fats Waller, Frank Sinatra, pop, country and western, blues, jazz

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This project began over ten years ago - a simple welcome to those who wanted to leave a message for the world they had left. Patiently and diligently, Medium Dorothy Davies has collected hundreds of messages from many people and now, in the first of her books of Messages, Dorothy brings us those relating to stars of Pop, Country, Blues and Jazz. Some names you will instantly know, others you may not.

They entertained us, they left us with a legacy of their talent, the singers and musicians from many eras and many types of music. The one thing they have wanted to do is say a proper farewell to their fans and followers.

Voices gave them that opportunity and they took it. Here are messages from such diverse entertainers as Freddie Mercury through to Howling Wolf. Browse their messages, revive some memories, remember each one for the legacy they donated to us.


Such Is My Dance

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Such Is My Dance (Dorothy Davies)

The Life of Antony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers 

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2018)

ISBN: 9781786951960

Subject matter: Channelled Works, ,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 162

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Antony, Woodville, Earl Rivers, Edward IV, Richard III, British History

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Antony Woodville, medieval star of the much maligned Woodville family, lived a life of unadulterated luxury. His parents were highly regarded at court, his sister married the young king Edward IV, he had huge estates and a rich wife, all that anyone could wish to have in the 15thc. Behind the riches and flamboyant lifestyle was an intellectual mind. He travelled widely, read books when he could get them and translated the very first book published in England by his friend. This life came to an abrupt end when he crossed swords with the Lord Protector, later crowned Richard III. This is Antony's own story, his words, his feelings, his observations on a turbulent time in English history.


Before Time

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Before Time (Dorothy Davies)

Ky-e-leron 

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ISBN: 9781786951946

Subject matter: Channelled Works, Historical Fiction,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 146

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Cro-magnon, cromagnon, shaman, cave dweller

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Way back in time, Cro-magnon man and woman lived in caves as part of a Clan. The Clan was led by a shaman and daily life was harsh and a struggle.

Meet Ky. Her full name is Ky-e-leron, which means Ky, daughter of Leron. Ky has broken through from the distant past to the present day to relate her story of life. Whether or not you believe such a thing is possible, this is a fascinating and insightful book, covering various aspects of Clan life, and death, leadership and more, so much more.

As you read this book let your mind travel back through history to before time as we know it today. Discover a past that could one day also be the future


Daniel - A Life

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Daniel - A Life (Dorothy Davies)

One voice - a life of horror remembered 

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2018)

ISBN: 9781786951816

Subject matter: Channelled Works, History,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 200

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: holocaust, nazi concentration camp, nazi death camp, torture, jews

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Daniel Goleznovitch was born on the 16th November in the early part of the 20th Century in Potsdam in Germany; the last child of David and Eva Goleznovitch. There were already three children living in the small flat above the pawnbroker’s shop: David Junior, Rosa and Solomon. In the early 1900s life was hard enough for Jews who were immigrants; Daniel’s family might have been second generation German but they were immigrants for all that, for they could not trace a perfect German line back through their ancestors. And, many reading this book will have already formed their own views on what being a Jew during the 2nd World War was like.

But, this book is different. Read the story of Daniel, his brief life and his death and discover what he says about the brutal regime that thought nothing of abusing, torturing and killing those who their leader sought to eliminate from this planet. This is a harrowing story, one that will put you through the emotional wringer – Daniel wants it to be that way.

After all, he went through the pain, not once but twice. Once in life, and once in spirit to bring you his story. Actually the second pain continues and will do so until his story is read across the world.

He started telling his story in 1998 in a Circle where he first conquered his fears and chose the channel who would share his love and his pain as she worked tirelessly with him to bring you the story of Daniel – A Life.


Fools and Kings and Fighting Men

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Fools and Kings and Fighting Men (Dorothy Davies)

The story of Charles Stuart, King Charles 1st of England as told by himself 

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2018)

ISBN: 9781786951717

Subject matter: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 252

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Charles Stuart, White Queen, Charles 1st, King of England, Villiers, Cromwell

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Charles I is one of those enigmatic monarchs whose life story never fails to fascinate historians and readers alike. But, like so many historical figures, mention his name to most people and they will remember so few things about him: in this case, that he caused a Civil War; was held prisoner in Carisbrooke Castle, was tried as a traitor and beheaded.

Charles came to Dorothy Davies in January 2006. When he made himself known, she realised that for the previous ten years, mediums had been saying ‘can you take a Charles?’ and they had been getting her standard answer, ‘no, but I will hold the name for now.’ There had been no Charles in her life as far as she was aware. When she finally got to speak to this quiet, gentle, loving, yet autocratic man, she asked if it was he who had tried to reach her during the preceding years and he confirmed it was. But, like so many spirits, he had to wait until she was ready to accept his coming into her life. Once he was there, Dorothy found herself full of questions about his life.

What you are about to read will answer many of those questions, raise others, and illuminate a period of history that was full of intrigue, deceit and not a lot of diplomacy!


Good Was The Day

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Good Was The Day (Dorothy Davies)

The Life of John Fitzgerald Kennedy 

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2018)

ISBN: 9781786951489

Subject matter: Channelled Works, Historical Fiction,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 164

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: JFK, President Kennedy, Jack Kennedy, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Kennedy assassination, Kennedy life

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      • A fascinating book. If you do not already believe in channelled works
        then open your mind to the possibility and read this one!  5 out of 5 
        (Charles)

          Author reply: Thank you for your kind comment.
      • Intriging concept, well written and researched. I liked the way the
        author kept away from historical facts but presented the subjects
        thoughts & feelings on those events. Excellent read.  5 out of 5
 

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy, a man who held the ultimate powerful position and who paid the ultimate price, is still regarded as a hero by some and the last gunslinger in the west by others. Countless books, countless conspiracy theories, none of them from the man himself until now.

Good Was The Day is JFK's account of his life, leaving out the politics and concentrating, as far as possible, on his feelings about every aspect of his life - and death. It's an honest, open, totally frank look at the Kennedy experience of aiming for and then achieving the Presidency, the price paid in health, strained relationships, fraught days and nights and bright shining days and nights, when all went well and happiness was within his grasp.

Did JFK take with him one final secret to his grave or was it not such a secret and it led to that fateful day in Dallas?

Dorothy Davies has the unenviable task of channelling life stories from the great names in our history as the authors seek to put right the often-distorted history which time and bias has attached to their name. And names don't come bigger than JFK and histories don't come more fascinating than this charismatic and powerful man.

A note from Zadkiel Publishing: This is a compelling and fascinating story. There will be those who are sceptical of channelled stories such as this, and those who know they are for real – we are thrilled Dorothy chose us to publish this book and we invite you all to read it and make your own decision.


My Life With Spirit, Your Life With Spirit

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My Life With Spirit, Your Life With Spirit (Dorothy Davies)

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951151

Subject matter: Mediums, ,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 160

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Medium, spiritual journey, spirit

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Whether you realise it, or not, we are all on a journey through life.

This book is about the life of Dorothy Davies, a Medium and a healer. It is about a spiritual journey that has, in her own words, been full of surprises. Revealing her first experiences with the spirit world, and how she went on to become a channel to a number of spirits with stories that had to be told. You will meet these characters in this book and discover how you too, if you want, can begin your own spiritual journey, or continue on the journey you have already started.

Dorothy is an angel in our midst – and has been instrumental in guiding many people on their own spiritual journeys. As the publisher of this book who considers Dorothy to be a very dear friend, I urge you to pick up this book, to read it, and to use it to continue your own journey in life. I am sure you will find the same inspiration I have found and that you too will discover your journey will be uplifting, and fulfilling and my fervent hope and prayer is that your journey will bring you the kind of deep, inner peace, that only a true angel can bring you.


Not The Shadow Of A Man

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Not The Shadow Of A Man (Dorothy Davies)

The story of Jacquetta Wydeville (Woodville) 

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951021

Subject matter: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 226

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: White Queen, Jacquetta of Luxembourg, Jacquetta Woodville, Jacquetta Wydeville, Richard III, Edward IV, Princes, Tower, Anthony Rivers, Antony Rivers

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Jacquetta Wydeville (or Woodville) was the matriarch behind a dynasty. Her daughter’s marriage to Edward IV took the family to the highest point in the land and all of her thirteen children were given titles and honours and high ranking marriages were arranged for them, something which outraged the court and led to the family being referred to as upstarts and popinjays.

With her daughter crowned Queen of England, Jacquetta could have been forgiven for thinking all was good in her world, but her beloved husband Richard and her son John were caught up in the fighting between Edward IV and his cousin Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, and both men were executed after the battle of Edgecote.

Jacquetta was charged with witchcraft but was found not guilty after the king intervened on her behalf. It had been a narrow escape, so many believed that she had cast spells so that the king would fall for the charms of her daughter and so elevate the Woodvilles in the land.

This powerful woman left a lasting legacy with the children she bore - her grand daughter Elizabeth of York married Henry VII, thus ending the Lancastrian/York rivalry for all time.

Historians see Jacquetta Woodville from different viewpoints. Dorothy Davies is a medium and can only write what is given to her. This is Jacquetta's story, as told by herself...


Death Be Pardoner To Me

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Death Be Pardoner To Me (Dorothy Davies)

The Life of George, Duke of Clarence 

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2017)

ISBN: 9781786951014

Subject matter: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 272

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Wars of The Roses, Earl of Warwick, George, Duke of Clarence, history

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The Wars of the Roses were terrible years when armies swept back and forth across England and kings were the pawns of arrogant nobles. In these savage times, three royal brothers defeated all those who would rob them of the throne but then, from within, they faced a new enemy.

One brother, driven by envy and pride, staked everything on a desperate gamble and allied himself with the imperious Earl of Warwick.

With Warwick's army at his back, a king's brother planned to remove the king.

Could he carry it off and realise his dreams of wearing the crown himself, or had destiny made brutal and more tragic plans for George, Duke of Clarence?


I Diced With God

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I Diced With God (Dorothy Davies)

The life of Henry VIII as seen by His Majesty 

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2016)

ISBN: 9781904086369

Subject matter: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 278

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Henry VIII, Katherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Katherine Parr, Anne of Cleves, Kathryn Howard

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"28th June, 1491 was a momentous day for England. Sadly England did not realise it at the time. I came kicking and squalling into this world, full of vigour, full of strength and hearty of lungs. God be witness to this, what was the first thing they did? Put me to the breast. Now I ask you... what chance did a man have of growing up to be indifferent to women when they did that!"

With these words his Majesty King Henry VIII, arguably the most powerful English king, strides onto the pages of this remarkable book. In conversation with the woman he believes to be the reincarnation of katherine of Aragon, he recounts the real events surrounding his six wives; his regrets, his triumphs and his disasters. In coruscating detail he relives the moment he fell in love with his brother's wife and how all that befell him and his beloved England stemmed from that moment.

By turns acerbic, witty, brutal and sensitive, Henry VIII stands revealed at last - but beware, he is not happy with how history has treated him!


The Darker Side of Henry VIII - By His Queens

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The Darker Side of Henry VIII - By His Queens (Dorothy Davies)

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2016)

ISBN: 9781786950161

Subject matter: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 260

Dimensions: 129 x 198

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      • Fascinating story. Some very different insights to other books I've
        read about this King. Will have to read more by this author to
        understand whether this is knowledge or a gift she has a Medium - on
        I'd like to believe the Queens have really been having their say on
        matters, at last!  5 out of 5  (Devlin)
 

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Channelling their own words through the author, each of Henry VIII’s Queens takes it in turn to portray the King in a somewhat different light to what you may have already heard or read.

From Katherine to Katherine – the ladies have their say about Henry: the lies, the facts, the reality of being Queen of England and consort to His Majesty King Henry VIII.

Author Dorothy Davies is a well-known and respected Medium, who has channelled the words of many characters – some famous, some not so. In this, her latest work, we garner refreshing insights into the life in the Court of King Henry VIII and the fates of those unlucky enough to have fallen in love (or into bed) with him!


Living In The Shadow Of The Cross

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Living In The Shadow Of The Cross (Dorothy Davies)

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2016)

ISBN: 9781904086659

Subject matter: Channelled Biographies, Religious, Channelled Works

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 126

Dimensions: 129 x 198

Tags: Jesus Christ, angels, Archangel Gabriel, Raphael, Judas, Andrew, Peter, Mary, Romans, crucifixion.

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The Archangel Gabriel walked the earthplane with Jesus during his lifetime. This is the story of how that all came about, what happened, how the archangel felt during that time and how he coped with this unusual and very precious assignment. The story is told with humour, emotion and overwhelming love.


Brief And Bitter Hearts

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Brief And Bitter Hearts (Dorothy Davies)

Published by Zadkiel Publishing (2015)

ISBN: 9781904086604

Subject matter: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works,

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 262

Dimensions: 129 x 198

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Remember, remember the Fifth of November/Gunpowder, Treason and Plot
but do we really know the truth behind that most famous of attempts to blow up the Houses of Parliament? Is Guy Fawkes the evil fiend we have been led to believe he is?

In this book, dictated by Guy Fawkes himself, the reader is shown a different person, a devout, almost monkish young man who was drawn into the conspiracy through his own fanatical faith. Here is the true story of the so-called plot, Guy's unfortunate part in it, the truth about his torture and trial, and his execution.

History is about to be rewritten!


Thirty Pieces Of Silver

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Thirty Pieces Of Silver (Dorothy Davies)

Destiny Sealed With A Kiss 

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ISBN: 9781904086598

Subject matter: Channelled Biographies, Religious, Channelled Works

Format: Paperback - Format B

Pages: 264

Dimensions: 129 x 198

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Mention of the name, Judas Iskariot, surely brings to the mind one of the most maligned and hated people of the last two thousand years. Yet, as you are about to discover, all that he did was ordained for him to do; he carried the burden of his ‘betrayal’ with strength and dignity. Put aside any preconceived ideas you may have about `the betrayer` and discover a very different Judas to the one taught in schools and churches around the world.

In Judas’ own words:

This, my life story, is dedicated with the greatest and most overwhelming love any man can give another, to Jesus himself. I followed him with love when we walked the earth plane; I give him my love and service now.

And to my channel, Dorothy, who welcomed me and accepted me and gave me her time and her love. Thank you. It is impossible to say more.


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