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Saturday, August 24, 2013

Sharon Cummin!

Check out the author page of Sharon Cummin including all her books and contacts details....Just click the link!

Warning: These story contains content which is intended for readers over the age of 18.


Jess Sturman-Coombs!

Check out these super books by the talented author Jess Sturman-Coombs!


Poker Face

The Puppet Master

Just click the link below!

Jess Sturman-Coombs

Harper Dimmerman!

Justice Hunter (THE HUNTER GRAY LEGAL THRILLERS) by Harper Dimmerman!

A hotshot big firm lawyer is hand-picked to go after a South Philadelphia restaurateur with possible ties to the Italian mafia. The slick Chairman of the white-shoe firm claims it’s the case to get Hunter Gray his well-deserved partnership nod. But the firm’s head is up to something much more sinister. Hunter’s falling for the Chair’s ex, a sexy judge on the Common Pleas Court bench, which doesn’t sit well with his cunning boss. With Hunter’s best friend nearly killed and the Chief Judge murdered in cold blood, Hunter’s life starts to spin out of control, putting survival and his own freedom at the top of his list. Little does he know that one of the least likely people is pulling all the strings, turning the trial lawyer’s life into a living hell.

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Download and enjoy!

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Erik Nelson!

May I introduce you to Erik Nelson.

Erik spends his time reviewing books, not just on Amazon and other book sites but on you tube, yes a verbal review. Please see a below a selection of excellent reviews for a wide range of great books by some very talented authors.


Review for "Persuasive Lips" by Sherry Silver.

Review for "Amber & Blue" by K.R Rowe.

Review for "Deadly Election" by Arthur Crandon.

Review for "The Stolen: Two Short Stories" by Michelle Browne.

Review for "Touch Stone For Play" by Sydney Jamesson.

Review for "A Witch Without Magic" by Larisa Walk.

Review for "Tall Dark & Different" by Kimberly Biller.

Review for "The Untold History Of The United States" by Oliver Stone.

Review for "No Easy Day" by Mark Owen.

Review for "Summer Winds" by Wanda Smith.

Review for "Operation Dark Angel" by Pam Funke.

Review for "Stiff: Memoirs Of A Dick" by Dick O'Connor.

Review for "Lake Caerwych" by J.Conrad.

Review for "Ascent Of Blood" by Elizabeth Marx.

Review for "Betrayed" by Wodke Hawkinson.

Review for "Username: Bladen" by J.V Carr.

Review for "Sexy Stranger Game" by Nikki Hazes.

Review for "Always In Tao" by Brian Taylor.

Review for "Being There" by Jerzy Kosinski.

Review for "Return To Rocky Gap" by Toni Wyatt.

Review for "The Key Of Amatahns" by Elisabeth Wheatley.

Review for "Killing Kennedy" by Bill O'Reilly.

Review for "Killing Lincoln" by Bill O'Reilly.

Review for "The Obama Hate Machine" by Bill Press.

Review for "Red Rain" by R.L Stine.

Review for  "11/22/63" by Stephen King.

Review for "The Witches Sleep" by Kaitlyn Deann.

Review for "MY WAY" by David P Perlmutter.

I hope you enjoyed the reviews from Erik Nelson.

First Tango In Paris on Mail online!

FIRST TANGO IN PARIS is flying up the Amazon charts and was recently featured on the Mail Online Website. If you click below you can take a look and read why this story is a winner!!!

Mail online


Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Lair of the Fox by Dan Pollock!

Lair of the Fox by Dan Pollock!

Pollock's first novel, a thriller in the terrorist/hostage sub-genre, is an exciting and entertaining debut. When Islamic Kurdish terrorists take a Hollywood film crew hostage, Welsh movie star and left-wing activist Amanda Morgan offers herself in exchange for the captives, presuming she will be treated with care by the Kurdish leader, the "Little Fox." What she does not reckon with is the presence among the terrorists of John Courage, a brutish British mercenary who has lusted after her for years whenever his brain is not besotted by alcohol or drugs. American diplomat Paul Cyrus, going underground to rescue Amanda, joins a KGB team chasing the Little Fox, since the terrorists have stolen several canisters of a new Soviet poison gas. Things come to a head in an orgy of violence on a small Greek island. Pollock sustains his fast-paced story with memorable secondary characters--a gentle monk living as a hermit on a remote cliffside, an aging constable whose most demanding confrontations prior to the arrival of the terrorists were with an occasional drunken tourist or indiscreet nudist. Written with authority, this is a classic, can't-put-it-down thriller. 



Clive Cussler--"Lair of the Fox is as exciting tale telling as you'll want to read. The pace, the tension, the sheer intrigue are spellbinding. Great action. Dan Pollock is a bright new force in adventure writing." 
New York Times Book Review --"A can't-put-down book."
Publisher's Weekly-- "Written with authority, this is a classic, can't-put-it-down thriller." 
Ross Thomas (Two-time Edgar Award winning crime writer)--"An exciting journey to Istanbul and beyond in the company of some most intriguing characters.The suspense is unrelenting, the plot absorbing and, for an added bonus, the background is exceptionally well observed."
Los Angeles Times--"Smoothly expert."

Monday, August 12, 2013

RUN AWAY by Alex Johnson.

RUN AWAY by Alex Johnson.

Julie’s been haunted by the memories of her failed marriage for far too long. Devastated when Lisa, her teenage daughter, sets off on a Gap Year trip, Julie realises she really is on her own. She buries herself in her work as a beauty journalist and tries not to worry about the lack of news from her daughter. Then, out of the blue she receives an invitation to go on a press trip to a perfumery school in Paris. There, she meets and falls in love with the suave, sexy Olivier and they begin a tentative cross-Channel relationship. But can she be sure he feels the same way about her? She has no time to find out- an urgent call from ex-husband Martin telling her that their daughter has disappeared whilst staying with him compels Julie to fly out to Australia in search of her. What or who made Lisa run away? Julie is confronted with her past, but is she ready to face the future?

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Under Fire by Rachel Amphlett.


An explosion rocks a Qatari natural gas facility… a luxury cruise liner capsizes in the Mediterranean… and someone has stolen a submarine… 

Are the events connected?

Dan Taylor doesn’t believe in coincidences – all he has to do is convince his superiors they are next in the terrorists’ line of fire.

As Britain enters its worst winter on record, Dan must elude capture to ensure the country’s energy resources are protected. At all costs.

In an action-packed adventure, from the Middle East through the Mediterranean to London, Dan and his team are on a quest which will test every choice he makes. Assisted by the exotic Antonia Almasi, Dan realises he faces an adversary far greater than he ever imagined.

And not everyone is going to survive.

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Sunday, August 11, 2013

Where Life Takes You by Claudia Burgoa

Where Life Takes You by Claudia Burgoa

Becca is caught between sanity and nightmares. Between therapy, work, and her constantly looming past she can’t seem to find room to breathe. The memories of her late step-sister, Lisa, are her closest company. But with the help of her best friend and longtime confidant, Dan, she might just learn how to live for herself.

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Amazon UK

Amazon US

Sea Cutter by Timothy Davis

Sea Cutter by Timothy Davis!

First place winner of 2012 International Digital Awards for Short YA fiction.

It's 1771 and I've just gotten a secret message from Father who-all of New Bedford says-went down with his ship in 1769, when I was eleven. I know I promised my old friend Wayland not to put to sea without Mother's permission, but what's more important-keeping a promise or finding Father? If you want to come with me, help me find a ship bound for the South Atlantic, and we'll search together for a legendary island, and Father.

But watch out for a smelly, slim, oily-looking sailor with a tattoo of a viper coiled around his arm. We're going to leave him far behind...

Buy your copy below!

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Saturday, August 10, 2013

The talented author Wendy Cartmell!

Please check out the Amazon page for the very talented author Wendy Cartmell and browse her wonderful selection of bestseller's. 

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Wendy Cartmell

Friday, August 9, 2013

The Escape of Princess Madeline & The Battle for Princess Madeline by Kirstin Pulioff.

The Escape of Princess Madeline &  The Battle for Princess Madeline by Kirstin Pulioff.

For full details of these bestseller's, please visit Kirstin Pulioff Amazon author page below:

Kirstin Pulioff

The Blake Curse, The Blake Mistake & The Blake Soul by I.C Camilleri.

The Blake Curse, The Blake Mistake and The Blake Soul by I.C.Camilleri

For all details for these bestseller books, please visit I.C.Camilleri's Amazon author page below:


Pretence by Gillian Jackson.

PRETENCE by Gillian Jackson!

For Rae Chapman the months before her wedding should be the happiest time of her life but the same troubling nightmare that disturbed her sleep in childhood has returned once more. Could something from the past be trying to re-surface? Are they only dreams, or long lost memories? Rae begins a journey to find out more about her past and discovers a family secret which throws her world into turmoil.

Lydia appears to have led a life of ease and privilege but now has a decision to make, one she has put off for nearly forty years and one which will shock her family and friends. As time is running out she turns to Maggie Sayer for help but is it already too late?

Linda thought she had escaped an oppressed life when her husband left, but has she simply exchanged one difficult situation for another and how can she support and protect her only child but still do the right thing? 

As always, therapeutic counsellor Maggie Sayer seeks to give her best to these clients but is shocked by an unexpected turn of events in her friend’s life and finds that her support is needed much closer to home.

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Saturday, August 3, 2013

What are you reading this summer on the beach, in a cafe or even in a pub!

Taking a holiday this year, of course you are, you deserve it, we all do. So if you're thinking about which books to take either in paperback or on your kindle, why not try these two!

Always great to have a coffee and a book in your hand!

Or even in a pub!

Must read article on self-publishing by the author Terry Tyler!

Terry Tyler the talented author has written a superb article on self-publishing. If you wish to read and comment, please click the link below!