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Posted on 3 Jun 2012 17:42:42 BDT
Gaspar The Thief

I am delighted to announce that Gaspar The Thief is one of the featured fantasy novels at http://noteworthyreleasesdsbooks.blogspot.co.uk today.

It's a fast-paced, humorous, fantasy adventure involving thieves, brigands, sell-swords, goblins, scheming mages, and even a tricksy wight, and available as both a Kindle e-book and paperback.

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Posted on 6 Jun 2012 13:13:57 BDT
Danny Lancaster - former paratrooper, private detective, optimist.

What lethal cargo was the container ship Margherita carrying when the storm hit?
"Witty, gory, sexy, educational in parts, it's a fantastic read" -The Sun
The Wreck Of The Margherita (Danny Lancaster Investigates)

Who is murdering members of Seventies rock band Death Squad?
"Great stuff, with lots of bodice-ripping - by both bullet and basic instinct." -The Sun
Death Squad (Danny Lancaster Investigates)

www.billtodd.co.uk

Posted on 15 Jun 2012 20:12:53 BDT
Gentian says:
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Ice King by Geoff Woodland,
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In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jun 2012 05:09:52 BDT
Simon Palmer says:
Hi James.

Did you have much success with 'Deadline?' Love the idea.

Simon

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jun 2012 05:13:30 BDT
Simon Palmer says:
Hi Ian.

I had a similar idea for a blog.

How are you getting on with yours?

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jun 2012 05:23:37 BDT
Simon Palmer says:
Hi Joanna.

How are things?

I never did get around to joining 'Good reads.

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jun 2012 05:24:32 BDT
Simon Palmer says:
Do you still need to know how to post free books?

I have zee answer...

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Jun 2012 05:25:31 BDT
Simon Palmer says:
How you getting on?

Posted on 20 Jun 2012 19:19:57 BDT
Danny Lancaster - former paratrooper, private detective, optimist, hero.

Who is murdering the members of a Seventies rock band?
Death Squad (Danny Lancaster Investigates)

What hidden cargo was aboard the container ship Margherita when the Channel storm hit?
The Wreck Of The Margherita (Danny Lancaster Investigates)

www.billtodd.co.uk

Posted on 7 Jul 2012 13:47:05 BDT
Danny held out the Kalashnikov. Bob's eyes were wide with a curdling mixture of fear and excitement. "I've never done anything like this outside of a fairground when I was a kid," he said.
"Win anything?"
Bob shook his head. "Just a goldfish. It died two weeks later. My mum flushed it down the loo."
"Okay," said Danny. "Now concentrate. It's easy."
Bob's eyes followed the gleam of live rounds as Danny hooked the banana magazine against the lip of the receiver and snapped it home. "Like this," snapped back the cocking handle, "like this," and clicked on the safety catch, "like this."
Danny handed to rifle to Bob who braced to take the weight and looked suddenly surprised.
"It's light."
"A kid could use it, they often do. Okay, pay attention. Don't fire unless you absolutely have to. If you do, remember the key is speed and aggression."
"Speed and aggression," Bob mumbled.
"Right," said Danny. "You have a full mag and the safety is on." He leaned forward and flicked a lever. "That's single shot." He clicked again. "That's full auto."
He tapped the front and rear of the weapon. "Foresight, backsight, line those two up with your target. Makes a hell of a noise and tries to pull upwards so make sure you hold her down tight or she'll climb up off your aiming point."
Bob nodded dumbly, gripping the AK tightly, fearful of moving his hands in case he touched anything.

"Right, when you need to, click off the safety, select the fire option and squeeze the trigger."
"What happens then?"
"You spray and pray."

"Witty, gory, sexy, educational in parts, it's a fantastic read" - Peter Thornton, The Sun

The Wreck Of The Margherita (Danny Lancaster Investigates)

www.billtodd.co.uk

Posted on 7 Jul 2012 15:39:58 BDT
mountainmama says:
Political intrigue technothriller: M.O.D.
Time travel adventure: Chronicles of Time: Book 1 and Chronicles of Time: Book 2
YA adventure: Novel Ideas
Check out the YouTube videos for blurbs:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=It9YGWR8W54

Posted on 8 Jul 2012 00:51:28 BDT
Mrs. McGillocotty Finds A Body
Some of the neighbors believe Mrs. McGillicotty is a little addlepated.

Mrs. Elva McGillocotty and her sister are finding dead men
in their boarding house and for the life of them they can't figure out why.

They are determined to dispose of these bodies before the Constable finds out.

But who is the killer?

Let's just say you will love the boarders.

Posted on 12 Jul 2012 10:19:18 BDT
I'm really pleased with the latest review for Death Squad (Danny Lancaster Investigates):

Danny Lancaster, the Afghan war veteran turned private eye, is back for his second outing. Without giving too much away, Death Squad are a heavy rock band from the Seventies (a la Black Sabbath) who are being bumped off one by one by hired killers in very imaginative ways. A sexy and mysterious countess, with bi-tendencies, hires Danny to spy on one of the band members. Danny ends up witnessing a multiple killing spree and the cops put him in the frame. His only chance to prove his innocence is to outwit the police and the hit men to work out who wants the rock dinosaurs dead. Great read, as good as Danny's first case in The Wreck Of The Margherita, if not better - the body count is definitely higher this time round.

The Wreck Of The Margherita (Danny Lancaster Investigates)
"Witty, gory, sexy, educational in parts, it's a fantastic read" -The Sun

Death Squad (Danny Lancaster Investigates)
"Great stuff, with lots of bodice-ripping - by both bullet and basic instinct." -The Sun

www.billtodd.co.uk

Posted on 12 Jul 2012 11:36:53 BDT
ADPase says:
This is a debut novel and the follow-up is under way so any feedback positive or negative that can help shape the sequel will be appreciated.
Outline
Dr Gavin Shawlens is single, successful, broken-hearted, and a lonely university lecturer. He undertakes a consultancy job for a new Company that has developed new technology that will make its owners a fortune. Re-united with Emma Patersun, the woman who broke his teenage heart, he is distracted, and the consequences are fatal.

Large, powerful and ruthless forces use extensive resources to steal the new technology. Gavin Shawlens is plunged into a battle against these mighty forces. Against overwhelming odds he needs to survive and protect Emma Patersun from an unimaginable horror.

In the death grip of these powerful forces, the fate of Gavin Shawlens and Emma Patersun is set. It will plunge Emma Patersun into absolute devastation. Gavin Shawlens is powerless to help her. All hope is gone unless she can stop the unstoppable.

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Posted on 19 Jul 2012 19:02:31 BDT
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The Wreck Of The Margherita (Danny Lancaster Investigates)
"Witty, gory, sexy, educational in parts, it's a fantastic read" -The Sun

Death Squad (Danny Lancaster Investigates)
"Great stuff, with lots of bodice-ripping - by both bullet and basic instinct." -The Sun

Posted on 22 Nov 2012 16:42:09 GMT
Leprechaun says:
First eight chapters free to read as a preview- just click on the cover

Caversham Lock

A Furnivall and Stubbs Case.

When a parcel containing a dead baby is pulled from the Thames, detectives Furnivall and Stubbs are sent to deal with the matter. They investigate at breakneck speed- it is 1896, after all, and they have all the advantages of the modern world to help them. Using microscopes, the rail network and the telegraph, they identify the culprits- a Mrs Dyer and her daughter, Polly. Even as they close in, Mrs Dyer has been back to Caversham Lock with another victim. By the time the two women are arrested there are seven little bodies in the mortuary at Reading. Each has Mrs Dyer's trademark white dressmaker's tape around its neck.

The case doesn't work out as planned, however, and they're forced to travel to the west country. Despite being under strict orders to return to Reading, they set an ambush on the Clifton Suspension Bridge. But a storm is rolling in, and there is another man in Bristol - a man from the Home Office sent to clean up his superiors' mistakes.

Posted on 8 Dec 2012 11:48:29 GMT
Try this short novel Live by the Knife (S.P.Y Files); the first in an epic series of thrilling and entertaining novels about a young spy, fighting for her country, while keeping her identity a secret from everyone around her. It had a little of everything in it, Romance, Action, teenage journeys, and a fun narrative by the attitude-fueled spy.

Primarily a young adult novel, but apparently many adults are also finding it enjoyable as well!! :) Enjoy

You can check out the first 10 chapters free at spyfiles.blogspot.co.uk
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