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Jacqueline Puchtler – World War II Flying Stories


“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


‘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.’

Jan Stirling Locke – Deception


Release date 25/06/2024

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‘Both a cautionary reminder of the madness of hatred of ‘a people’ and an unabashed romance between two people united by ‘good’.’ Gaye Poole, author of Edges of Me
‘I recommend Deception to any fan of wartime romance and feminist hidden history.’ – DJG Palmer, author of the Babanango series

Jason Roche – How to Murder a Boyband


Released 24.5.22

“This is a great book with a gripping narrative – you won’t be able to put it down!”

“Great read, thoroughly enjoyable…..Very well written with numerous exciting and unexpected twists and turns.”

“Buy this book for yourself and then for your friends! Excited for what comes next for this new author.”

Jennifer Claywood – While Sleeping


“The plot twists had me soooo shocked I didn’t see it coming, and definitely a page turner I couldn’t put down, Loved how all the different plots all tied up together.”

“Claywood has a wonderful way of slipping in so much added depth to the characters you can’t help but become invested in each of their lives.” 

“The ending surprised me and it’s left in a cliffhanger, that I’m desperate to read the sequel.”

Jeremy Bending – Impulses


Release date 26/09/2023

‘A real page turner; a gripping story based on medical fact. The poignancy of what happens to Brian and his family is overwhelmingly well described, and the book should be widely read for its storyline, which is so relevant to modern medicine.’

– Professor John Wass, Professor of Endocrinology at Oxford University.

Impulses has elements of modern tragedy, moments of revelation, and a tragic change in circumstance.

– Ronnie Brown, author of Restless Souls

‘Short, sharp chapters relentlessly record each new blow dealt, grabbing the reader’s attention and seducing them into reading another chapter. Every new setback reminds us all that we may be closer to the precipice than we realise.’

– Tony Auffret, author of The Death of a Smoker and Unsavoury Business

Jim Fairfax – The Necklace


Release date 24/01/2023

‘I thoroughly enjoyed this book and reccomend it to anyone who is looking for a good spy thriller.’

‘This is an exciting read, I was swept up in following all the characters and the different locations, and completely missed some of twists coming up.’

‘Excellent thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat as you are transported to various regions of the country as the story unfolds.’

Jo Painter – Good Enough


‘I particularly loved the Client Stories and the Self-Coaching Activities at the end of each chapter which allowed you to delve much deeper. I’d definitely recommend!’

‘A good read that adds perspective to many situations encountered by women in the workplace…and outside of the workplace too. Great practical advice.’

‘I highly recommend this book.’

Joan Lewis – Because You Were There


Release date 25/04/23

‘A wonderfully enjoyable read, a novel driven by a finely paced plot and peopled by engaging characters.’

‘Well written, well constructed, an interesting and convincing cast of characters and a plot that draws the reader in.’

‘The story has a light touch with very believable and sometimes humorous characters.’