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The White Eagle soars

White Eagle is a new release from author Paul Anthony. White Eagle is about a Cumbrian detective working with the Special Crime Unit and various elements of British Intelligence. SYNOPSIS – When a desperate young man is forced out of … Continue reading

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Fantastic escape

It’s the height of Spring Break here where I live. This being a tourist destination, hordes of students (and some teachers, too) head this way, taking a breather from the rigors of Academia. Welcome! Enjoy our beaches. Build a bonfire. Play … Continue reading

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Publish on Tuesday

Apparently it’s standard procedure to publish a new book on a Tuesday. Let’s hear it for tradition. The ebook release of The Zen Detective is slated for Jan. 10, 2017, a Tuesday.

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Happy new year

It’s taken me a few days to get accustomed to the new year but I can’t complain. It’s off to a great start. Both Detour and The Zen Detective have gotten five-star reviews. Continue reading

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“The Zen Detective”—mystery and mysticism

“Suspense and mystery around every corner.” That’s how a reviewer described my latest novel, The Zen Detective. A police procedural with a twist, The Zen Detective is a mystery/mysticism mash-up. Continue reading

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Vote for “Detour and you could be the winner

You, my friends, got Detour nominated for The 50 Best Indie Books of 2016. It’s now one of 10 in the Mystery/Thriller genre, ready for you to vote it #1. Last year, you named The Redoubt as #35 out of 50. I … Continue reading

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An embarrassment of riches

I have almost too much good news to squeeze into one blog post. I’m participating in several holiday book promotions, you get to save and save big. Also, “Detour” is a finalist for 50 Best Indie Books of 2016. When you vote for “Detour” you become eligible to win an amazon gift card. Continue reading

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Thank you! On to the win!

Detour for The 50 Best Indie Books of 2016. It made the shortlist, one of 10 Mystery/Thriller books! 😀 . You can now vote to win. Remember, you become eligible to win $50 just for voting. Here’s the link: http://www.readfree.ly/vote-50-best-indie-books-2016-mysterythriller Continue reading

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They like it! They like it!

Since Detour’s Nov. 4, 2016 launch, readers and reviewers are weighing in with their opinion of this historical thriller. They like it! A lot! Check out Susan‘s review on her blog and Rose’s review on Goodreads. Both women are bibliophiles so it … Continue reading

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Deadline: Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

It’s almost over. Not the election, that’s definitely over. I mean the chance to nominate “Detour” for The 50 Best Indie Books of 2016. Nominations close Friday, Nov., 18, 2016. Now that “Detour” is officially published, with reviews, it can … Continue reading

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