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Johnny O’Brien was born in Edinburgh and studied history at Cambridge
University. He got the idea for the Jack Christie Adventures when he
came across his grandfather’s medals from World War I. He lives in Surrey,
England, with his family.
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Velvet by Mary Hooper
Velvet is an orphan. With nobody else to care for her, Velvet must get on with life and that means doing exhausting and back-breaking work in a steam laundry, struggling to make ends meet.
Just when she thinks she’s lost not only her parents but the very job that’s keeping her from the workhouse, Velvet’s life is turned around by Madame Savoya, a famous medium. Brought to live in a grand London house and given elegant clothes to wear, Velvet enters the mysterious world of a spiritual medium.
However, Velvet soon begins to realise that her new life and that of her new employer is not quite all that it seems. And her realisation could put her own life in danger…….
Read the rest of my review at http://notesoflife.co.uk/2011/11/velvet-the-review/
New review: THE RED DUKE by CL Werner (Black Library) - interesting horror/vampire fantasy, set in the Warhammer world.
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The Cailiffs of Baghdad, Georgia by Mary Helen Stefaniak - Southern literature reminiscent of that infamous work by one Harper Lee....
Read my review of "Bonjour 40" by Karen A. Chase
Writers and authors, I highly recommend this guide. It is simply an invaluable tool. On a scale of 1 to 5 stars, I give this guide a 6 star review.
Check out my latested featured item in my 2011 Holiday Gift Guide--Your Life in Comics by Bill Zimmerman. http://thegirlfromtheghetto.wordpress.com/2011/11/30/your-life-in-...
New interview: HOWARD ANDREW JONES, author of The Desert of Souls (Thomas Dunne) - fantasy with an Arabian Nights flavour.
I reviewed the novellas in "Legends of the Dragonrealm Vol. III" by Richard A Knaak.