“Rarity from the Hollow” by Robert Eggleton – Reboot

This month’s Book Tour author, Robert Eggleton has re-issued his debut novel “Rarity from the Hollow”. You can find out about the book and Robert via the Book Tour page.

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About “Rarity from the Hollow”:

Lacy Dawn’s father relives the Gulf War, her mother’s teeth are rotting out, and her best friend is murdered by the meanest daddy on Earth. Life in The Hollow isn’t great. But Lacy has one advantage — she’s been befriended by a semi-organic, semi-robot who works with her to cure her parents. He wants something in exchange, though. It’s up to her to save the Universe.

Will Lacy Dawn’s predisposition, education, and magic be enough for her to save the Universe, Earth, and, most importantly, protect her own family?

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“The Right Wrong Number” by Jim Nesbitt out today!

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“The Right Wrong Number”, the eagerly anticipated sequel to Jim Nesbitt’s “Last Second Chance” is out today. To secure your copy go to Amazon (for your country).

Jim is our “Author of the Month” and you can find details of the book, my review, and it’s release on our Book Tours Page: The Right Wrong Number.

About The Right Wrong Number:

When the phone rings long after midnight, it spells trouble of the lethal kind for Ed Earl Burch. A cashiered homicide detective with bad knees, a wounded liver and an empty bank account, Burch has been hired to protect an old flame after the disappearance of her husband, a high-flying Houston financier who ripped off his clients, including some deeply unsavory gentlemen from New Orleans.

It’s a simple job that goes wrong fast, plunging Burch into a ruthless contest where nothing is as it seems and no one can be trusted. Money and sex— twin temptations served up by the old flame, a rangy strawberry blonde with a violent temper and a terminal knack for larceny and betrayal—tempt Burch to break his own rules. But when his best friend gets murdered by hired muscle in Dallas, Burch blames himself and grimly sets out for vengeance.

Bristling with relentless action, a pulse-racer of a plot, a solid storyline, and a colorful cast of characters, The Right Wrong Number is hard-boiled detective fiction at its finest. With his pitch-perfect voice and keen eye for detail, Jim Nesbitt uses the skills honed over decades of deadline journalism to create an extraordinary story centered on a protagonist like no other: the deeply flawed but wildly compelling Ed Earl Burch. A taut, tense, uncompromising tale of revenge and redemption, The Right Wrong Number is a damned good story exceptionally well-told.

 

Latest Book Tour: Sarah Key

The January/February 2017 feature author is Sarah Key.

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Sarah talks about her latest book “The Butterfly Wind”, part two of the “Sisters of Light Trilogy” (available now through Amazon).

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Mysticism, magic, love, greed and dastardly deeds await you in “The Butterfly Wind”. When a ruthless poacher, stirred on by the village witch, seriously injures a ranger and captures his tracker, the girls are drawn into another adventure.

The Butterfly Wind is part two of the “Sisters of Light Trilogy” by Sarah Key, but you don’t need to have read the first book, The Dandelion Clock, to enjoy it. Multiple story lines develop evenly and tie in beautifully to present the reader with an enthralling adventure that is hard to put down.

Find out more about Sarah and her latest book “The Butterfly Wind” on the Book Tour page: Sarah Key Book Tour