Ken Scott

Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (45 of 56)
Location: Spain
In My Own Words:
Im from Newcastle upon Tyne in and I became a writer by accident honestly! I have no formal writing qualifications and certainly nothing like a University or College education. I was on a long flight several years ago and I was bored, so I opened up my laptop and began to type. Id had a strange dream the night before and when I woke I thought my dream would make a great thriller. I took to it l… Read more

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Rhyme for Reason by Trevor Dalton
Rhyme for Reason by Trevor Dalton
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
As a self confessed fan of Dalton I couldn't wait to load the book onto my Kindle and get cracking. So after a particularly long day, feeling a little tired, I retired early with the intention of taking in a chapter or two before sleep came a knocking. Well what can I say? Dalton's done it again and his clever plot and wholly believable characters kept my tired lids open until the early hours of the morning until my brain screamed 'no more.' Set in his beloved Wales this psychological thriller teases and torments with its twists and turns, the reader, as always on the edge of the abyss. Dalton has a rare talent, rivalling the great horror writers of yesteryear, King, Herbert and Koontz to… Read more
Commando by Geoff Nordass
Commando by Geoff Nordass
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Real Deal, 15 Jan 2014
As I read through the first few pages of this book I knew I had stumbled upon something a little special, I knew I had made the right choice and picked up the real deal. Nordass pulls no punches and gives us a warts an all account of what it's like for a young boy to join one of the world's elite regiments, The Royal Marines. The author leads us through the pain and anguish of the tough selection process and basic training where we as the reader share every desperate moment, every blister, every night shivering out on the bleak moors and in water filled ditches and of course the elation when the raw recruit realises he has finally made it through.
We are then taken on an unforgettable… Read more
Whatever Happened to Billy Parks by Gareth Roberts
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cold Pies and Bovril., 16 Oct 2013
Whatever Happened to Billy Parks

Do you remember Malcolm Macdonald and Billy Bremner, Jimmy Greaves and Jinky Smith, and the football professionals who smoked cigarettes at half time and would take an odd pint down the working men's clubs or the local pub and would quite freely talk about the game and where it went wrong without an agent on their right hand shoulder and a club press officer on the other? Remember when footballers talked with each other and played cards on the away bus instead of sulking and wearing headphones that are waaayyyyy to big. Do you remember when men were men and if a footballer took a hard… Read more

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