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Don't Let Go (The Tyack & Frayne Mysteries Book 3) [Kindle Edition]

Harper Fox
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Book Description

What’s haunting Lee Tyack? He’s moved in with Gideon Frayne, and they’re both loving their new lives. But the shadow is still there – a voice from hell that torments clairvoyant Lee, and which even the pragmatic copper Gideon can hear.

Gideon’s determined to protect his lover. But after a serious injury on duty, Gideon finds out the hard way that he needs protection too. His job’s on the line and he’s scared. Worst of all, he thinks he knows who that voice belongs to – and he can’t stop Lee from heading off to confront this most terrifying ghost from his past.

When the full spring moon rises over Cornwall’s rugged coast, and the veil between the worlds grows thin, Tyack and Frayne must join forces to solve a decades-old mystery that still has the power to tear their world apart.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3833 KB
  • Print Length: 128 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: FoxTales (11 Feb. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IEO2ISG
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #216,475 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

Bestselling British author Harper Fox has established herself as a firm favourite with readers of M/M romance. Over the past four years, she's delivered eighteen critically acclaimed novels and novellae, including Brothers Of The Wild North Sea (Publisher's Weekly Best Books of 2013), Stonewall Award-nominated Scrap Metal and the enduringly popular Life After Joe. Harper takes her inspiration from a wide range of British settings--wild countryside, edgy urban and most things in between--and loves to use these backdrops for stories about sexy gay men sharing passion, adventure and happy endings. She also runs her own publishing imprint, FoxTales.

Harper has recently returned from Cornwall to her native Northumberland, and already the bleak moorlands around her home are providing a wealth of new ideas for future work.
To find out more about Harper and see updates on her current writing projects, please visit www.harperfox.net

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5.0 out of 5 stars This time, it's much more personal... 20 July 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
We’re back with Gideon and Lee, with more of them. More time and togetherness are now under their belts and that is followed through in this newest story of theirs. Lee has his talents and they include Gid, as usual. What’s not so usual is how this story unfolds. I never would have guessed, never would have picked what was behind bonus door number four. In other words, as usual, Ms Fox tells a story only she can conjure.

The case in which Gideon and Lee become involved in this book takes on a different tone, a change in significance, compared to the previous two stories. More than once I found myself utterly stilled by the intensity of it all. Exhilarating and yet bound. Less and less there are things that can come between Gid and Lee. More and more, they are open between each other about what they want, what they have, where they can go. This also means there is more at stake.

Simply, Gid & Lee are two of my favorite characters with whom I’ve been able to share time. They are one of my top couples. Ever. It’s a bonus that they are such a sweet, unintentionally dynamic, hot pairing that keeps growing each time I get some of that time. It’s a treasure that they come to life at the hands of Harper Fox.

Her kind of paranormal is personal. We always learn something about Gideon and Lee, and others, when they’re brought face to face with whatever supernatural forces are trying to take what isn’t theirs. Couple that with the adrenaline, tenderness, fear, humor and love between Gid and Lee, and well… it makes me love them. Beautiful.

This is the type of story by which I can be completely transported. What a blessing. A boon. And it’s all because someone can manipulate language for the good.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not a Series of three! Number 4 Just released! 23 Jun. 2014
By Simon
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What to say? This was a magnificent climactic novel to a series of three and other reviewers have expressed more succinctly than I can, just what a great read and what a great author Harper Fox is. Her command of the English language is an art forgotten by many authors in the Twenty-First century. Often I find myself using the Kindle dictionary when reading Ms Fox's works; this English I should know, but some words are little used today or if they are, they are used either colloquially or by people with a better command of literature than I.
Regardless of the fact that the characters, plot and language are all fantastically good, Harper's prose is just a joy to read.
Oh yes, and I cried. This is a "love" story written by someone who knows the true meaning of the word.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Spladn 19 Feb. 2014
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The third of the Cornish set Tyack and Frayne mysteries is just as well balanced, tightly plotted and satisfying to read as the previous two. Gideon and Lee make a very real couple, with their occasional spats and loving reconciliations and I'm enjoying the development of secondary character Ezekiel. This outing answers questions posed during Tinsel Fish. I'm going that there will be a further instalment to answer questions posed in this one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sublime Ms Fox 17 Feb. 2014
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...her simple effective prose as a remarkable feature of her novels and novellas. The language is used in a deft and sophisticated way that enlightens the reader and entertains but never patronises or confuses. Her knowledge of her subject when writing is exemplary and the Cornishness, of these Mysteries, is added to in every volume right down to examples of the minority Cornish language and descriptions of ancient monuments. In this episode a ‘Fougou’ provides a suitably haunting location for a resolution between Lee’s beloved deceased Father and the masked monster, which has been haunting Gideon and Lee.
Whilst, novice driver, Lee drives the injured Gideon to the site of the ‘fougou’, Gideon has an opportunity to admire the scenery the way a driver, who is seldom passenger, does. This allows Harper Fox’s skill for description and love of the environment to shine through, as Gideon’s thoughts provide a description of St Michael’s Mount,
'…the island was afloat today in particular splendour, foundations invisible in blazing sea light…'
Harper adds her twist by allowing ‘Lee’ to see this view,
'…I saw it through your eyes. I hope you don’t mind…
I don’t mind. Did I see it nicely?' 'Incredible. Stunning.'
The descriptions of the Cornish scenery and Lee’s psychic additions to their lives, envelope Gideon and Lee’s relationship giving it an additional intimacy. Harper’s environmental descriptions can also guide the reader adding a chill or dreamlike quality to any location as required,
'…the Penwith stone-circle country, where moorlands dreamed in the sun and kept secrets entrusted to them thousands of years before.
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