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Shield: Bridge & Sword: Awakenings (Bridge & Sword Series Book 2)
Shield: Bridge & Sword: Awakenings (Bridge & Sword Series Book 2)
Price: £2.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Rollercoaster ride!, 18 May 2017
Allie's life just got hugely complicated. And Revik is not making it easy on her. From the first line JC captivates you, and you plunge into an awesome roller coaster ride that transports you into an amazing world you never want to leave. JC is one of the best speculation fiction writers today. You don't want to miss this book


Sword: Bridge & Sword: Awakenings (Bridge & Sword Series Book 3)
Sword: Bridge & Sword: Awakenings (Bridge & Sword Series Book 3)
Price: £3.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loving this series, 18 May 2017
GAH! JC this is the best in the series so far. And Revik, OMG Revik, have a huge crush on him!! Must read. Can't wait to see where this series goes, can't wait for the adventure to unfold


Rook: Bridge & Sword: Awakenings (Bridge & Sword Series Book 1)
Rook: Bridge & Sword: Awakenings (Bridge & Sword Series Book 1)
Price: £0.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome, 24 April 2017
Loved it. JC's writing is evocative and deep. A must for all readers of fantasy and paranormal romance


Masterclass: Write a Bestseller: How to plan, write and publish a bestselling work of fiction (Teach Yourself: Writing)
Masterclass: Write a Bestseller: How to plan, write and publish a bestselling work of fiction (Teach Yourself: Writing)
by Jacq Burns
Edition: Paperback
Price: £10.74

5.0 out of 5 stars Practical guide to writing., 29 Sept. 2015
Practical guide to writing. Its a lone journey to writing a book ... so it's great to have someone of the caliber of Jacq Burns holding your hand and guiding you through the intricacies. Practical tips from identifying the genre you write in, to developing the story, writing the synopsis, blurb and pitch, to pitching to agents; Or if you want to take the leap to going Indie a practical steer to self-publishing and marketing. Get your copy.


Remote Pleasures
Remote Pleasures
Price: £1.94

5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it, 20 Sept. 2015
This review is from: Remote Pleasures (Kindle Edition)
This book has it all -sex, romance, action. VR. Cops. And it's very well written. Really enjoyed. Am going to read all
Books by this author :)


Water Saga: Part 1 - (A Post Apocalyptic Story)
Water Saga: Part 1 - (A Post Apocalyptic Story)
Price: £0.00

5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting story, 13 Sept. 2015
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Well written. Read it all in one go. Can't wait to read the rest. Apost apocalyptic waterworld is a change


The Tokyo Karaoke Murder (Josie Clark in Japan mysteries Book 0)
The Tokyo Karaoke Murder (Josie Clark in Japan mysteries Book 0)
Price: £0.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Really well written. Crisp, well paced - you ..., 23 Nov. 2014
Really well written. Crisp, well paced - you can feel the chill of the wind of a cold Tokyo night on your cheeks. Looking forward to reading the books in the series.


Mister Kreasey's Demon (( Let Storm Clouds Pass series) Book 1)
Mister Kreasey's Demon (( Let Storm Clouds Pass series) Book 1)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Some unusual companions for characters but they come alive on the page, 7 April 2013
I am a big fan of Nickford's writing.

His descriptions are so rich you can sometimes get lost in the detail but on the whole I found it a great way of getting lost. The characters are what makes this book much more than a story about a paranoid teacher and the strange affection which grows between Matt Kreasey's teenage student, Amy, and himself when confronted by a class of students who torment their every hour and make love difficult to survive between teacher and student.

When Matt tries to help the teenage and stuttering simpleton, Philip, from the danger posed by his own street-hardened students and sees the boy running along a railway line, oblivious to the danger of oncoming trains, the relationship is as tender as that between Matt and Amy, though in its own way moving. Philip, another of his students, is something of a simpleton, a big lumbering sixteen-year-old but, sadly, can only behave like an eager junior school boy, yet perhaps just because of this, he is natural and spontaneous in his recognition of the gentle side of Matt, when all the other students want to take him apart for his sensitivity.

`So would you? Mister Kreasey - Matthew? I mean, would you c-c-come? Come and spot the trains - with me? And not have any more of these t-t-tablets tonight?' Philip asked, fired by his swigs of brandy to offer up sausage-greased fingers with which to discourage his ex-teacher from removing the cap to another little brown medicine bottle of Diazepam.

Kreasey smiled at Philip. The lad possessed a serendipity of a head; full of this, full of that; swayed by his fears, swayed by his heart; swayed by brandy; so much he couldn't settle on anything longer than a pollen-glutted bee crawling in and out of a flower...

I could have read this for the observation of character alone, but the threat of conspiring students - one with a hunting knife - and the glimpse at real love that a paranoid might one day see in full with Amy made this a well worth the read.


Cupboard of Skeletons (Let Storm Clouds Pass series Book 4)
Cupboard of Skeletons (Let Storm Clouds Pass series Book 4)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dark, twisted atmospheric, eerie and shot through with morbid dry humour., 7 April 2013
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:She had fallen into doctor Harditch's hands to overcome a phobia of spiders - now he was that spider." Raymond Nickford's prose is dark, compelling and draws you in like a spider into its web. You don't want to go there, yet you are entranced and keep creeping in till you are firmly caught in its silvery, sticky, threads. He has a way with words -- which probe the shadowy recesses of your mind, drawing on your deepest fears. Cupboard of skeletons, is guaranteed to keep you awake at night! A must for lovers of atmospheric, spooky twisted fiction.


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