Flash Giveaway – Face Value – Ian Andrew

Wright & Tran Crime Series

“Greetings – New Year – New Book

Belated Happy 2017 – I hope you all had a great Christmas and New Year.

I know a lot of you have already read Books 1 & 2 of the Wright & Tran Crime Series, so I just wanted to drop you a line to let you know that book 3 – Fall Guys – is being released soon. (If you haven’t read any of them yet, scroll down for a very limited time, special offer.)

Fall Guys kicks off with a Special Forces mission into Syria it soon becomes apparent that not all is as it should be…

“We want to know why the Brits are selling weapons to ISIS”

When a break-in threatens Britain’s National Security, Franklyn calls on Wright & Tran but Kara will have to take this case on her own. Tien wants nothing to do with the world of Private Investigations and even less to do with the world of Franklyn. Kara goes solo, but finding who is responsible for the break-in is the easy part. Finding who the real criminals are is much, much harder. ” Ian Andrew

Pre-orders for the e-book are already live for Kindle, iBooks, Barnes & Nobel, Kobo and many other stores. To find the one that suits you best copy this link into your browser: https://www.books2read.com/fallguys

To Pre-Order your paperback copy, visit your local bookstore and ask them to order it, or drop me a line at enquiries@bookreality.com 

 

Pre order Fall Guys here:  https://www.books2read.com/fallguys

Get your FREE copy of Face Value here: http://bookhip.com/PMMGNP

Here’s what some reviewers thought of Face Value:

“Face Value, very different in theme to his first book, once again proves Andrew to be a versatile and gifted writer who delivers books that hold readers from beginning to end. With very well-constructed plots, Andrew delivers adrenaline and excitement laced with imaginative, innovative technology with memorable characters who provide heart and substance to his work.”
(Elaine Fry – The West Australian)

What a fantastic discovery!  This book easily scores a place in my “Top Reads of 2016”! Fast paced, action packed, explosive, compulsive writing and with not one but two particularly interesting and empathetic female protagonists! (Carol Seeley – Reading,Writing and Riesling)

To download your copy for any type of e-book reader copy this link into your browser: http://bookhip.com/PMMGNP

 

I hope 2017 turns out to be everything you wish it to be and until next time – Happy reading.

Ian

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Best Crime Fiction/Mystery/Thrillers Reads of 2016

And what a task to try and narrow this field down – some exceptionally good reads in 2016.

And here they are in no particular order:

 

Like I Can Love

Like I Can Love  – Kim Lock

Ghost Girls

Ghost Girls – Cath Ferla

An Isolated Incident

An Isolated Incident – Emily Maguire

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The Wrong Side of Goodbye  – Michael Connelly

Find Her

Find Her – Lisa Gardner

The Kept Woman

The Kept Woman – Karin Slaughter

the-fallsThe Falls  – B Michael Radburn

the-crossing

The Crossing –  B Michael Radburn

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Face Value – Ian Andrew

Saturday Requiem

Saturday Requiem – Nicci French

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Tell The Truth Shame The Devil – Melina Marchetta

The Dry

The Dry – Jane Harper

Cover Angels Burning

Angels Burning – Tawni O’Dell

Girl Waits With Gun

Girl Waits With Gun – Amy Stewart

Darkest Place

Darkest Place – Jaye Ford

Death By Sugar

Death By Sugar  – Helen Goltz

Missing Presumed

Missing Presumed – Susie Steiner

under-the-harrow

Under the Harrow – Flynn Berry

a-great-reckoning

A Great Reckoning – Louise Penny

The Cleanskin

The Cleanskin – Laura Bloom

Doesn’t Time Fly?

Here it is December 2016 already.  I cant believe it – this year has flown by, life has been busy; a grandson was born and he is now 8 months old.  Recipes have been tried and tested and many books have been read and reviewed – around the one hundred seventy mark thus far.

I am enjoying sharing the joy of reading with my grandson (with  appropriate titles) – it is never too early to encourage a love of reading.

Recently I invited a couple of ardent readers to share some of their favoruite reads on my site – to broaden the type of book reviews available here.  I hope you find some new favourite books and authors.  Thank you Bec and Brenda.

 

The reading year has not yet wound up – there is a blog tour ahead; the launch of Rachel Amphlett’s new police procedural series, Scared to Death. There is a   Q & A with debut Perth writer Anthea Hodgson, a Christmas menu to compile and share and a series of “best of 2016 reads” for you to comment on and…more reviews.

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Seasons greetings to you.

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