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Finding Nina by Sue Barnard

I recently treated myself to a pile of books by a group of my favourite authors amongst those books was the most recent novel by Sue Barnard, Finding Nina. Finding Nina is a relatively short book, but that is not a critism. The novel deals with the life of a woman, given up for adoption …

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Silk Road by Mark Leggatt

I am so pleased to be taking part in the Blog Tour run by Love Book Group Tours for the new novel Silk Road by Mark Leggatt. The Blurb Ex-CIA technician Connor Montrose tracks two suspected terrorists to a deserted mountain village in Tuscany, where he witnesses an attack on a US Air Force troop …

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The Savage Shore by guest author David Hewison

I am delighted to be part of the Love Book Group Tour and to have David Hewison visit my blog today to talk about his new book The Savage Shore published by Severn House and share an excerpt from it. The Blurb Detective Nic Costa finds himself a stranger in a strange land when he’s …

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Arcam by guest author Jason Minick

My favourite genre is thrillers. That is why I am particularly pleased to have Jason Minick visit my blog today to share an excerpt of his debut novel, Arcam. This is a fast-paced crime/conspiracy thriller that is full of suspense. The Blurb DCI Jack Robson believes he is hunting a kidnapper… Away from his posting …

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Chasing Petalouthes by guest author Effie Kammenou

I am thrilled to have the author Effie Kammenou visit my blog today to share an excerpt of her new novel Chasing Petlouthes (Chasing Butterflies). This book forms the third part of her trilogy, The Gift Saga. Effie has generously agreed to share an excerpt from her new novel with us. Chapter 1 Aegina July …

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Bone Lines – Book Launch – by guest author Stephanie Bretherton

I am honoured to be involved in the launch of Bone Lines, the new novel, out today, by my friend and fellow author, Stephanie Bretherton. This acclaimed novel is certainly well worth reading. “Gracefully written… a brave and moving adventure of the imagination.” Lindsay Clarke, author of The Chymical Wedding  “A monument to the timelessness …

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