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Gabriel's Game: Part 2: The Black Knight (The Sheridan and Blake Adventure Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Amy C Fitzjohn (married name Amy Morse) was born in Swansea in 1976. Growing up in the industrial heartlands of the East Midlands and later in rural Somerset, Amy now lives with her husband Graham Morse in the vibrant and eclectic city of Bristol, UK. Taught to read by her mother before she started school, Amy has always loved stories in all their forms. She has written, performed, told and shared stories her whole life and published her debut novel, The Bronze Box in 2013 – the fourth piece of novel length fiction she’d written, having started her first novel as a teenager (currently these works are unpublished). It was in 2009, when Amy and Graham emigrated to Bulgaria to establish a property business, when she found the time to rediscover her love of writing fiction, her time there forming the backdrop for The Bronze Box. Until that point her career involved supporting and training people into employment and writing business content, newsletters and advice booklets. Amy now runs her own business, supporting other creatives to be better at business. And of course, is still writing…
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23 September 2016
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A great book, but only for those who have read the series!! A great action, rough and tumble book for pager turners but it for me it is the relationship between the two of them that carries this. Heart breaking at times but never over empowers the flow of tale that is being told - highly recommended but dont start with this one go back to the beginning - seriously you will not be dissappointed!
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