The second in the exciting Mark Noble space adventure series, Moonstruck was edited last week (the first novel of 2020!) and is now available for pre-order.
Moonstruck is the second of the Mark Noble space adventures. Reading Moonscape first is strongly advised.
After the frantic escape from the moon at the end of Moonscape, Mark has only just recovered when he discovers that the United States, together with the Chinese and Russians, are planning an invasion of Moonbase, and they want him to command it.
Penny, an old flame of Mark’s, is on the mission and this infuriates wife Linda, who has been grounded. Twenty-six others form the crew. Not only is it the biggest space expedition in history, but it also represents the most people ever to have been on the moon at the same time, and the most manned spacecraft in orbit too. Can Mark control the fourteen strong military contingent? As the story develops, he realises that he does not have as much authority as he believed.
Once again, Harmsworth has combined hard science fiction together with a fanciful, yet plausible story with totally convincing characters.
If Mark has international cooperation and support, how could anything go wrong? Surely a single offensive should be enough? No! The vicious mid-story plot-twist changes everything.
Find out what happens in Moonstruck—launch date 1st February 2020—available for pre-order now.
Edited in July, this first in a new series by Louise Broderick is now available for pre-order.
When Mia’s father commits suicide, it is the conclusion of a killing spree which ended the lives of ten young women. His death marks a new beginning for eight year old Mia. She is adopted by the well to do Lewis family and grows up surrounded by love and security. Fifteen years later a visit from the police shatters their world. More of her father’s victims have been found, amongst them the body of Mia’s mother. The woman Mia thought had abandoned her had been killed by the man she loved and trusted. As the fragile foundations of her life crumble around her Mia begins to discover the painful reality of her childhood. Is she the product of the family who nurtured her, or of the blood-soaked genes she carries?
This wonderfully quirky series continues with a second instalment, edited at the end of October and is now available for pre-order.
Another hilarious and quirky mystery from Zach J Brodsky.
Bob Lowe’s pipe dream to become a slick private investigator working the streets of Bangkok is becoming a reality; he’s fast becoming the go-to guy for bizarre cases.
When the police are suspicious about a series of expat deaths, they turn to Bob to do what he does best – go undercover with a drink in a bar. His translator, friend and investigative assistant Pat, continues to quietly prove the brains behind the organisation as Bob tries to solve a unique paternity test and help young go-go dancer Tum get his mojo back in the Bangkok nightlife scene.
Life is very much on an upward trajectory for the bumbling Brit and he even reveals his softer side as he looks to repair fading friendships. Another bizarre and quirky mystery with a large slice of humour and some heart-warming moments. The second in the Bob Lowe Investigation series.
An amazing and incredibly busy year, for which I owe many thanks to the wonderful authors with whom I’ve worked. An enormous variety of eighty-eight novels (almost six million words) have kept me entertained with romance, thrillers, sci-fi, fantasy, young adult, time travel, historical, memoirs, detective and mystery stories throughout 2019.
I wish all the authors with whom I’ve worked this year a wonderful 2020 and look forward to working with you again this year, as well as the new authors who’ve already booked for the year ahead.
It’s impossible to name everyone here, but some indication of the diversity of the work can be seen from the covers below.
A quick but emotional read - reading about the cruelty to the dog was heartbreaking but this was a lovely tale of the love and healing that animals can bring to our lives.
I would have given five stars but for the missed typos - a few t...
I get the impression that this could be a nice story but I've had to give up after forcing myself to go as far as 15% of the way through. If this novel has ever been near a remotely professional editor then the author was conned.
Another very enjoyable story but with a few niggles, hence the four stars rather than five. Maybe it's because I was tired but the editing issues grated on me more than in the first story and, do people really generally believe that 'ear...
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