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Kerry Donovan
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Internationally bestselling fiction author and boutique cabinet maker living in France - books, timber, wine... what more could anyone want :-)
Internationally bestselling fiction author and boutique cabinet maker living in France - books, timber, wine... what more could anyone want :-)

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The Summer Job ~ Not a Christmas Story

The Summer Job – Not a Christmas Story by Kerry J Donovan © Dec 2015   Pure Whimsy   The summer sun flared through the window, highlighting the dust hanging in the stifling air. The fifty-something woman behind the desk smiled without mirth and waved him…

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Win TWELVE Crime/Mystery eBooks! (2) Grand Prize Kindle Virtual “Gift Baskets” of ALL TWELVE eBOOKs! (10) Winners of Individual Books (randomly selected titles) Plus a special bonus chance to win! For a chance to win, all you need to do is click the image…

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Kerry is running a GIVEAWAY and PRIZE DRAW. To enter the contest all you need to do is subscribe to his newsletter by clicking the link.
Every verified subscription will be given the exclusive link to download THE DCI JONES CASEBOOK: RAYMOND COLLINS (the first novelette in Kerry’s crime thriller series) for FREE! AND entrants from the continental US will be part of the PRIZE DRAW to win one of these prizes:
1 x Kindle Fire (RRP: $49.99)
2 x $10 Amazon gift vouchers
http://www.reignofreads.com/giveaways/win-a-kindle-fire-author-kerry-j-donovan/

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Bone Maker by DF Bailey This is a great mystery thriller in the classic, fast-paced ‘investigative reporter’ genre. Well written in an easy style with believable characters and an interesting plot, Bone Maker has all the elements needed to make it well…

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Hi guys, I’ve just finished reading, A Secondhand Life (The Killer Thriller Series Book 2), by Pamela Crane. The blurb and buy links appear at the foot of this post. Here’s my review: A Secondhand Life by Pamela Crane This novel asks some intriguing…

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Hi guys, I’ve just finished reading my first sci-fi for ages. Here’s my considered review: Dark Space by Jasper T Scott   Dark space is a fair-to-middling space opera with a tried and tested plot that hardly breaks any new ground. The human race…

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Hi guys, This is an interesting novel. Here’s my review: An Englishman’s Guide to Infidelity by Stuart Campbell I won’t repeat the blurb (see below), nor will I give away any spoilers (as usual), but this is a beautifully crafted, off-key story of murder,…

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Dark Ice by David Stanton Hi guys, I’ve been doing a load of reading lately and have decided to share my thoughts on the writing competition, as it were. Here’s my review of Dark Ice by Dave Stanton. If you enjoy gritty, fast-paced crime, you can’t go…

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  Hi guys, It’s a wonderful early spring day here in Chez Donovan. The daffodils are in bud, the days are lengthening, and I’m in the sunroom with an author friend and fellow-scientist (okay, I’m a former scientist, but who’s to know?), Aurora Springer.…

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Proposal The station clock hanging from the wrought iron roof brace seems to have stopped. The dark hands and black numerals of the Victorian timepiece fade behind a grey mist swirling in from the sea. I squint to bring the numbers into focus. Less than…
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