Wednesday, 15 May 2013

IN THE MOORS now on order!

I'm delighted to announce that my crime fiction book for adults, IN THE MOORS, the first Shaman Mystery, is now available to order. Save yourself the bother of doing it later and put an order in now with Amazon; postage is free and the book is a under a tenner - not just a bargain, but a cracking good read.

Published by crime imprint Midnight Ink, endorsements for my work are already in; including this one from Professor Ronald Hutton, author of Blood and Mistletoe (Yale University Press) and Shamans (Hambledon and London):


 In the Moors has a cracking pace, evocative landscapes and a shocking twist at the end, and I’ve rarely read depictions of shamanic journeying that have felt so authentic. 


To order a copy, just click on the book cover in the right-hand margin of this blog, or go to Amazon Uk and type in my name, which will also take you to all my children's books.

And don't forget you can still download my latest story for 9+ young readers, TOUGH LUCK, which has been doing well, with 5star reviews on Amazon and these great endorsements from fellow writers; 

Gripping storytelling – Brandon’s voice is strong and convincing, his world vividly imagined...Jane Rogers, author of the Arthur C. Clark award-winning The Testament of Jesse Lamb (Standstone Press) 

Embark on Nina Milton…and you won’t stop reading… 
(Naomi Lewis, Sunday Observer) 

TOUGH LUCK is a multi-cultural fable, a painless history lesson, and very good fun.  A first rate young adult read...Jean Burnett, author of Who Needs Mr Darcy? (Sphere)

An engaging and moving novel, Tough Luck tackles issues that confront most teenagers today. Drawing upon Bristol’s dark history of the slave trade, this story of inner-city racial tensions challenges children to think about the ability of individuals to make their own luck and so change the future...Shirley Wright, author of Time out of Mind (Thornberry) 

My latest novel for children, Tough, Luck now live on Amazon. Go to: 

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