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Escape Your Profession & Save Your Life

Are you a stressed and overworked professional looking for a better work/life balance?

 

Escape Your Profession and Save Your Life shows how you can create a new life for yourself.


For more information or to download a copy of the book click on Smashwords or go to escapeyourprofession.blogspot

 

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Special E-Book Option (PDF download) for only $4.50.

 

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Yes, for only the price of a cup of coffee you can receive hundreds of dollars worth of concise legal information telling you all you need to know about; making a will, challenging a will, appointing an executor, revoking or altering a will, legal changes after a marriage breakdown or separation, common will clauses, and much more.

 

Forty pages of "must know" essential information is now instantly available to you on-line.

 

Alibi Press: Terry Carson

Welcome to Alibi Press the writing and publishing website of Terry Carson.

 

In 2003 I gave up my legal career to follow my passion for writing and publishing.

 

After writing several books and contributing articles to many magazines and newspapers it became time to establish Alibi Press to publish and promote non-fiction writing, both my own and that of others.

 

Alibi Press publishes a number of non-fiction books. Our small but ever growing catalogue is listed below.

 

I also contribute regular articles to New Zealand's online lifestyle magazine for the over 50s: GrownUps.

New Book - now on sale!
   

Alibi Press announces the publication of The Axeman's Accomplice - The true story of Margaret Reardon and the Snow family murders.

 

This 107pp paperback re-examines the sensational 1847 murders of naval Lieutenant Robert Snow, his wife and daughter at Devonport on Auckland's North Shore. This book, which takes the reader back to the earliest days of the establishment of Auckland, separates fact from fiction and tries to answer the many still outstanding questions, in particular the role of the murderer's mistress, Margaret Reardon, the only woman ever sentenced to a term of transportation by a New Zealand court. This is a fascinating true crime read.

 

Purchase Price is $25 plus $5 postage and packaging

 

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You can also read about this book on Stuff.

 

 
 
 Roxane Voyage - Alibi Press

 

Built for Justice: Visits to old North Island Courthouses

 

This is a truly unique book that should appeal to anyone interested in New Zealand history, fine old buildings, or our legal heritage. Built for Justice is a beautifully produced hard cover book with over ninety photographs among its 176 pages. This book will entertain and inform, and will look equally good on your book shelf or in the firm's reception area.

 

Purchase price is $50 plus $6.50 postage and packaging.


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Roxane Voyage - Alibi Press

The Voyage of the Roxane

 

This true story of the Tasman Sea crossing in winter 1937 of the 26 foot yacht Roxane is written by ninety-seven year old Keith Dawson, one of the yachtsmen and a co-owner of the yacht. The Roxane was believed to be the smallest yacht at the time to receive Marine Department clearance to leave New Zealand waters. Finally, after seventy-four years, the full story of this historic Kiwi small boat adventure has been told. This yachting yarn, destined to become a classic, is available for only $25.

 

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Understanding the Family Court

The Family Court

Due to forthcoming law changes this book has now been withdrawn from sale.

 

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The Wills Guide

The Very Handy Wills Guide

Everyone needs a will. Buy the guide and find out what you need. A small book full of must-know information.
Only $15

 

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Remembrance

Remembrance

The story of the author’s grandmother, Elizabeth Welsman Dawson 1877-1932. It covers her childhood in a large Victorian family in London, her emigration and life in New Zealand through to the time of her death in 1932.


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