Jan Selbourne’s Books

The Proposition by Jan Selbourne. War changes a man. For Harry Connelly it’s down to a bullet on the Western Front or arrest and prison at home – until, badly wounded, he collapses beside the body of Andrew Conroy.  Same build, same colouring, illegitimate, no known family. What does he… Continue reading

Rob Shackleford’s Books

Quantum Crystal by Rob Shackleford. Is humanity evolving? Today, millions suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Traumatic Stress due to warfare, car accidents and violence. In response to this global epidemic, pioneering medical researchers develop a new treatment that is seen to produce outstanding results. Dubbed the ‘Quantum Crystal’, the… Continue reading

Kathleen Heady’s Books

Sacrifice by Kathleen Heady. In this fourth book in Kathleen Heady’s series featuring Nara Blake, the story takes us to a small Spanish town in the Pyrenees, where Nara and her now-husband Alex Collier travel to retrieve several notebooks that belonged to a British artist who died there during the… Continue reading

David W. Thompson’s Books

Legends of the Family Dye by Award-Winning David W. Thompson. ’Possum Stew by David W. Thompson. How dark do you like your fiction?Are the terrors of day-to-day life enough?Or does it take the creature hidden in the dark woods to stir your blood?Perhaps, a visit back in time to face… Continue reading