Heads will roll
The true story of corruption, conspiracy and confrontation in an English Primary School



In Scritto has just published the first of a different range of titles by Niall Allsop, Heads will roll: The true story of corruption, conspiracy and confrontation in an English Primary School.  


Like future titles in this strand, the book is a
personal story, a memoir.


Heads will roll was first published in 2012 under a pseudonym, Leo Spalling, with the title Telling Tales out of School. The book's subtitle explains all.

 

All print titles and Kindle ebooks are available worldwide through Amazon.com, Amazon.br, Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.jp, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de, Amazon.fr, Amazon.es and Amazon.it.

 

By clicking on the following links you can buy or read extracts from Heads will roll.
www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1484026489
www.amazon.com/dp/1484026489

Published April 2013.

Price $8.99 (print) $1.99 (Kindle)

Prices outside the US are the local equivalent of the dollar price. 
ISBN: 1-48402-648-9
ISBN-13: 978-1-484026-48-9
160 pages



 

Experiencing Prostate Cancer
The fickle finger of fate


In June 2013, Niall Allsop was diagnosed with prostate cancer and, like many others, survived the experience. He didn’t battle against it, fight it, beat it or any of the other clichés that some people love to use ... he just had prostate cancer, was treated for it and got better.


Though, as you might guess, it wasn't quite as simple as that.

For a start, his experience was a little different in that it all took place in the south of Italy and was also conducted in a foreign language. Nevertheless the story is universal—the treatments and therapies available no different to anywhere else.

The sundried tomatoes on the cover—which do bear an uncanny resemblance to some images of the prostate gland—are not part of any Italian theme but rather are an example of one of the foodstuffs that, according to which internet site you browse, will either prevent, alleviate of cause prostate cancer.


In Experiencing Prostate Cancer, Niall explains how he found the internet to be a minefield of conflicting information, speculation and misrepresentation—most of it meant well, much of it based at best on anecdotal evidence and some of it no more than a sales pitch.


Experiencing Prostate Cancer is the antidote to much of that but then Niall was fortunate in being able to rely on his trusty 'Bullshit Button' to separate the wheat from the chaff.

Experiencing Prostate Cancer does not claim to be a blueprint. It is no more than an irreverent account of Niall's experience ... from his below-the-belt medical history to the mistakes he made when first faced with a high PSA score ... from the treatment he eventually had at the hands of a remarkable doctor to trying to keep a catheter bag from slipping down his leg.


By clicking on the following links you can buy or read extracts from Experiencing Prostate Cancer.
www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1494857227
www.amazon.com/dp/1494857227


Published February 2014.

Price $14.99 (print) $5.49 (Kindle)

Prices outside the US are the local equivalent of the dollar price. 
ISBN: 1-49485-722-7
ISBN-13: 978-1-494857-22-6
184 pages




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