Book Squirrel’s Advent Event featured book for December 11 is ‘Daisy Chain’ by Mark Montgomery
A powerful blend of mystery/thriller and erotica, ‘Daisy Chain’ is an adults-only trip back to the 1970s.
Alexandra ‘Alex’ Holman-Hunt and Dr Oliver Kane live in worlds, poles apart. Alex lives and breathes the new—fashion. She hopes to influence a modern generation of women. Help them shape the way they dress—a new look to take them away from the austerity of the Fifties and the excesses of the Sixties. A new look to better place them in a man’s world. Oliver Kane is very much buried in the past—the study of human history. He lives for what lies under the ground, sharing his passion with best friends; Linnet ‘Lunar’ Moon, a ‘hippy digger’, and a small black and white dog called Hector. He lives and works in academia, teaching his discipline, but also works with new enlightened Law and Order— new techniques to uncover bones and bodies—a new science; forensic archaeology.
Their story, set in Britain, France and West Germany, is played out to the rich sounds and sights of the Seventies; in a world shaped by a terrible world war, and a new world order dictated by new freedoms and new constraints, as communism and democracy fight a new cold war. The world holds its breath. London holds it breath too—a killer stalks, and Oliver is drawn into the intrigue surrounding a serial murderer. Alex is stalked too, by a shadow intent on harm. She fears for her life—who will help her?
Five lives collide. Secrets are uncovered—death and discovery—murder and mutilation. A string of events unfold—a daisy chain.
Daisy Chain is a powerful, complex erotic thriller from the masterly pen of Mark Montgomery, author of the popular Borderer Chronicles. A tale full of rich characters, gripping story telling, profound thought and an affectionate nod to a different time—when innocence still existed in a pre-internet world.
‘Daisy Chain’ is available at Amazon.
Book Squirrel’s Advent Event featured book for December 8 is another brand new release: ‘Once Upon a Fabulous Time’.
This is an anthology like you’ve never seen before: nine reinvented fairy tales for adults by six different authors, each a standalone novella, embedded in an entirely different and original fairy tale.
Dreams really do come true…
Millie Monroe has one bright spot in her life: her job at the library. When a wealthy investor comes to town, she is overjoyed by what his presence could mean for the library…and for her.
Early one afternoon, while working alone, Millie encounters a magical book that insists on being read. Similar books continue to appear, transporting her to strange realms, from the Fabulous to the bizarre, where adventure and romance rule the day. From Wizards to Werewolves, Dragons to Santa Claus, this parade of enchanting creatures opens her eyes to the events taking place around her.
She also discovers that when dealing with creatures of the magical variety, even in fairy tales life isn’t always sunshine and Unicorns. Perhaps when looking for her heart’s desire, she should look no further than her own little corner of the world.
If you believe…
‘Once Upon a Fabulous Time’ is available at Amazon.
Book Squirrel’s Advent Event featured book for December 6 is ‘Tempus Fugit’ by Timothy Casey.
This humorous sci-fi romp is a brand new release. It’s Timothy Casey’s debut novel, so I hope everyone will show ‘Tempus Fugit’ some extra love today.
Wasting Time Travel has never been such fun!
Veerle and Myst Solassen – two debutante princesses who love to dance and party – are out to find a space pirate who has done them wrong.
There’s enough here for everyone of age to enjoy! Time Travel, Sex, Humor, Heroics, Thrills, Disco, Sex, Space Piracy, Gender Bending, Aliens really loving to have Sex and some light Opera, too.
It’s One Hell of a Ride! That’s what She said!
I found it at Amazon.
Book Squirrel’s Advent Event featured book for December 4 is ‘The Red Rider’ by Randall Allen Dunn.
A reinvention of the traditionally loved Red Riding Hood, this captured my attention with its striking cover and fascinating promise of a fairy tale blended with the story of a Joan of Arc type figure.
Little Red Riding Hood is heading back into the woods to meet the big bad wolves… but she’s not little anymore.
Having survived a childhood attack from a savage wolf, 16-year old Helena Basque remains disfigured with triple scars across her face. Bullied and plagued by nightmares of a supernatural wolf that spoke and stood upright, Helena urges her father to teach her how to hunt and defend herself. When she loses her parents and young sister to the wolves, receiving no help from the French government or her local priest, Helena sets out on her own to avenge her family.
Armed by her friend Pierre with a repeating crossbow and other unique weapons, Helena takes a stand against the creatures, donning a red cloak like the one she was once forbidden to wear. She soon discovers a mysterious cult of werewolves with secret plans to seize control of Versailles and the entire French nation.
Isolated and determined to accept whatever fate befalls her, Helena wages a one-girl war against the monsters as a strange and unlikely hero, refusing to surrender or slow down until she destroys the beasts. Every last one of them.
I found it at Amazon.
Book Squirrel’s Advent Event featured book for December 2 is ‘Aaspa’s Eyes’ by Jane Jago.
This is a YA paranormal/urban fantasy novel with a really interesting premise.
If Aaspa was human, having blue eyes wouldn’t matter. But she isn’t, so it does. And when she finds out how she came by the colour it rocks the foundations of her world. Can she emerge from the web of spite and rumour with her head held high? Or will her enemies manage to use the secret to lever her over the edge into insanity?
‘Aaspa’s Eyes’ is available at Amazon.
Book Squirrel’s Advent Event featured book for December 1 is ‘The Celtic Curse: Newgrange’ by D.J. Doyle.
This brand new release looks fantastic.
Mystery, a quest, horror, Celtic legend… this ticks all the boxes for a great weekend read.
Haunted for years by dreams of death and mysterious rituals, Jess Young travels to Ireland in search of answers. Her search becomes a race against time when her friend is abducted by Celtic Druids bent on resurrecting the Morrigan; the Celtic goddess of war and death.
Jess must seek help from an ancient Order of Christians and some unorthodox Catholic priests before time runs out for her friend . . . and the world.
Whom can Jess trust while being hunted by the Celtic Druids of our time? If Jess follows her destiny, is the fate of mankind safe in her hands?
I found it at Amazon.