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Emma Marns – The Walk

£10.99

Release date 25/7/23

“A beautifully written story that takes you on an emotional journey that keeps you guessing until the very end!”

“The Walk is an exceptional debut novel which inspires anger as well as immense sadness.”

“The Walk is a harrowing story of love, loss, and family. I couldn’t put it down. Beautifully written, you fall in love with the characters instantly.”

Geoffrey Seed – Death in a Time of Conspiracy

£12.99

Release date 28/03/23

‘This is a book for those who seek three-dimensional characters and fine writing as well as the thrill of the chase.’

‘This is a complex novel, meticulously crafted. A slow burn that will hook you in.’

‘Thrilling, chilling and utterly absorbing. Elegantly-written, sublime phrasing and yes, Death In A Time of Conspiracy comes in at a lengthy 420 pages but not one of them is wasted. It took my breath away.’

Jack Salva – Dybbuk’s Asylum (A Knowledge Reclamators Novel)

£8.99

‘I turned to the last page of this book and immediately wanted to read more about this world.’

‘The dialog flows nicely allowing the reader to fall into conversations happening in the best possible way.’

‘I really enjoyed this book. I would recommend it for people who are looking for a new perspective on writing styles in a steampunk novel full of adventure.’

Jacqueline Puchtler – World War II Flying Stories

£8.99

“What a great collection of short stories. Each one is full of action and is well written.”

“A highly effective and enjoyable way for the reader to learn some history.”

“Great research! The author truly puts the reader in the pilot’s seat through all the tragedy and triumph of war.”

Jan Moran Neil – Shakespeare’s Clock

£8.99

‘I was captivated by the story from the first page. The plot is well constructed and seeds sown early in the novel grow towards a brilliant final denouement.’ 

‘It’s sad, it’s a little dark and it builds immensely up to what I can only describe as an impeccable finale.’

‘Definitely don’t judge this book by it’s vagueness, pick it up and be in for a interesting, emotional journey.’