Anxiety and panic attacks fill Mrs Christie as she relates the events of what is readily plausible in that time and in her world of crime novels.
Spotted Led Zeppelin - You Shook Me at a knock-off price, and being a lover of Stairway To Heaven, grabbed it! When reading the book, I found my "editor-mind" taking over. There are So Many c**k-ups in the text it is a very poor production. * Then of course, I looked properly at the cover... … Continue reading No wonder it’s a marked down price!
The plot meshes together all the elements of a conspiracy undreamed of.
Fast paced, the scene shifts turn the tale to something as close to an action movie as any novel can get, while the Prologue allows new readers such as me (or am I the only one?) an effective introduction to both characters.
"... burning fire traced its way into my mouth, my nose, my throat, my lungs...setting every nerve ending on fire."
Hearts of Valor — Authors' Top Two Sources of Inspiration: Having had the pleasure of editing three of the stories included in this anthology. I asked every author “What are your top two sources of inspiration?” Here are their responses... London SAINT JAMES: I did pull some of my hero’s stoic traits from a real … Continue reading Top Two Sources of “Hearts Of Valor” Authors’ Inspiration –
“Thank you for the chance to help get How To Grow an Addict into more hands.” Best start to the 2016 year of reviews Ever
The first section of Athene’s Prophecy will appeal greatly to those interested in the discussion of philosophies of the ancient Greeks, or in the military strategies of the ancient Roman armies. Athene’s Prophecy, delivered to young Gaius, sets the plot for all three books of the trilogy. Gaius is sent for training and education to … Continue reading Athene’s Prophecy, by Ian J MILLER
“What can I say? I’m a difficult man to describe. I’ll explain later.”
Author of Soul Of Dust, Adam was kind enough to reveal his reading preferences when younger "As a young man I read everything I could get my grubby little hands on, from horror to fantasy, sci-fi to westerns. It’s tough to compile a list like this, but I’ll give it a shot. In no particular … Continue reading Adam Millard’s 10 Favourite Authors in his teen years