Wiliam H. Peace

(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (11 of 14)
Location: London, UK
In My Own Words:
I have written Fishing in Foreign Seas, a business-oriented romance which was published in 2009. In 2011, Sin & Contrition, the wide-ranging story of transgressions by six characters, was published. Ephraim’s Eye, a romantic thriller about a charity in Morocco that provides financing to a terrorist, was published in 2012 and was recipient of a Reader Views Literary Award – 2012 for Adult Fiction… Read more

Interests
Holidays in Sicily, other travel, reading, Americfan football (Pittsburgh Steelers), trout fishing
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 404,522 - Total Helpful Votes: 11 of 14
The Shadow Of The Crescent Moon by Fatima Bhutto
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
The Shadow of the Crescent Moon is the first novel by Fatima Bhutto, who is the granddaughter of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the former President and Prime Minister of Pakistan, whose sister was Benazir Bhutto. Fatima Bhutto graduated from Columbia University in 2004. She lives in Karachi, and is a freelance writer. Interestingly, her website does not mention this book. Instead, it mentions three other books. Judging by one article on her website, she seems to be a political radical.

The Shadow of the Crescent Moon is an interesting novel, relatively brief and quite intense. It is set in the tribal region of northwest Pakistan and involves three brothers who are preparing to… Read more
Sable Shadow & the Presence by William Peace
Sable Shadow & the Presence by William Peace
5.0 out of 5 stars Author's note, 5 Jan 2014
This novel, my fifth, was just selected runner-up (second place), adult fiction, in the London Book Festival's awards for books published in 2013.
The Boy Who Wore White Stockings by David Hutt
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This book is a captivating historical biography. David Hutt decided to write a biography of his friend and business partner, Peter Skala, but, in addition, he has included an examination of Peter's genealogy back for about two centuries. This reminds one of The Hare with Amber Eyes, and like that story, it often makes fascinating reading from cultural, political, sociological, perspectives. Mr. Hutt is clearly a skilled, and dedicated researcher, and while the output of his research captures the reader's attention, the linkages between the genealogy and the biography are somewhat tenuous, except when Peter's grandparents arrive on the scene. In The Hare with Amber Eyes, it was the… Read more