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Monday, May 15, 2017

The Inca Book Series

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Cats in Provence (Inca Book Series 3)

Trouble in Provence
The third in the Inca Book Series finds our super cat detective embroiled in the world of Art thieves.
Inca and her family are awakened in the night by a disturbing phone call. Someone has stolen a painting from Aunt Florence! Now Missy and the cats must go to Provence to help find the culprit and get back the stolen painting before opening night at the art exhibit. They’ll need all the help they can get to recover the painting and clear Aunt Florence’s name. Inca will have to call on her friends, old and new, to help solve this case. But when the case gets more confusing, will they still find the culprit? Or is Inca in over her head?
Read all about the tantalizing tale of Inca and Company solving a mystery in Provence, France.
The Inca book series is founded on the escapades of a feisty Siberian kitty who considers herself a great sleuth. Inca the Siberian kitty, the main character, exemplifies the intelligence and cunning of our feline friends and is a sure-footed and strong-willed leader. Readers will surely admire Inca’s grace and wit as they follow the detective cat’s adventures in these unexpected tales of redemption.
This book series should be read by children who have a natural love of animals. The book is also great for cat and dog lovers who will enjoy seeing the personalities shine through of their favorite members of the animal kingdom.

Christmas Cats

Another adventure story from Inca the extraordinary Siberian kitty-cat. It is Christmas time, and Inca is ready to enjoy the holiday season with her Siamese sister Cara and brother Fromage - the cheese loving Tabby cat, not to forget their adopted hamster Charlotte. Life turns interesting when their neighborhood tough dog - Boss comes around asking for help to save the loss of his master and domicile. Another mystery to solve with the help of their neighbors Monk the Blue Russian cat and Polo the Pekinese doggy. An eventful time is around the corner for the newly formed detective team headed by Inca.

R.F. Kristi’s Christmas Cats, Volume 2 of the Inca Book Series, follows The Cats Who Crossed Over from Paris, Volume 1 of the series. Life turns interesting when the neighborhood tough dog—Boss—comes around asking for help. Another mystery to solve with the help of their neighbors Monk the Russian Blue cat and Polo the Pekinese doggy.  Read Chapter 1

The Cats Who Crossed Over from Paris

Inca, a Siberian puss, tells the story about her furry family – her brother Fromage, who is addicted to cheese and considers himself a cheese monger, and her sister, Cara, a gorgeous but timid Siamese. Inca, an avid fan of Dr. House, considers herself the leader of the troupe and responsible for the well-being of the family. They own, according to Inca, Missy, a young humanoid who has a well-established cheese shop in Paris. The story revolves around how Missy decides to move to London with her co-partners, Jacques and Genevieve, to run their new cheese shop and cafĂ©. Can Fromage leave his pal, Charlotte, behind? Soon after arriving in London, the three cats accompany Missy to their neighbor’s house where they meet Monk, a blue Russian cat and Terrance, a golden retriever owned by their famous neighbor, a detective named Solo, living in the same compound in Kensington.

Things start to get interesting when Monk tries to help their neighbor, Polo, a sad little Pekinese whose mistress, a formerly well-known opera singer who is pining for her lost husband, has her valuable diamond necklace stolen. Can Inca and her family assist Monk and Terrance to recover the diamond necklace and resolve Polo’s problems?

In R.F. Kristi’s The Cats Who Crossed Over from Paris, Volume 1 of the series, Inca, a Siberian puss, tells the story of her furry family—her brother Fromage, who is addicted to cheese and considers himself a cheese monger, and her sister Cara, a gorgeous but timid Siamese. Read Chapter 1

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

The Hazlitt/Brandon Series of Murder Mystery Novels by A. H. Richardson


About
The Hazlitt/Brandon series of murder mystery novels follows a pair of clever, colorful and charismatic sleuths - Sir Victor Hazlitt and Beresford Brandon – as they scratch their heads searching for clues to figure out whodunit.

The first book in the series, Murder in Little Shendon, is a thriller murder mystery which takes place in a quaint little village in England after World War Two.

Picture, if you will, a picturesque village called Little Shendon, suddenly caught up in dealing with a murder of one of its citizens — not a particularly well-liked one at that. Which makes it all the more intriguing because the list of suspects becomes very long. This tantalizing tale unfolds with twists and turns to find out whodunit to Mr. Bartholomew Fynche, the murdered shopkeeper.

Fear grips the community as the investigation slowly progresses. Everyone is interviewed; everyone is suspect! From his housekeeper to Lady Armstrong and her household staff. Or could it be the shy librarian new in town? Or the defiant retired army major and his ladyfriend, the post mistress? Or perhaps the weird sisters who live on the edge of town? Then there is the couple who own the local inn and pub, along with the two Americans who are staying there? Even the vicar and his wife fall under the gloom of suspicion.

Uncertainty, wariness, and terror reign as neighbors watch neighbors to discover the evil that permeates their upturned lives. No one feels safe in this charming little village. Who is the murderer? And why was this strange uncivil man dispatched in such a seemingly civil community?

A murder mystery that will keep you reading until you learn the details, uncovered by Police Inspector Stanley Burgess and his two amateur detectives, Sir Victor Hazlitt and Beresford Brandon. The three sift methodically through the Alibis and life stories of the suspects until they uncover…

You are challenged to discover the culprit before the last few pages. And no fair looking ahead — it’s the journey that proves the most enticing.

About the Author:

A. H. Richardson was born in London England and is the daughter of famous pianist and composer Clive Richardson. She studied drama and acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She was an actress, a musician, a painter and sculptor, and now an Author.

She published her debut novel Jorie and the Magic Stones, a children’s chapter book, in December 2014. At the request of those who loved the first ‘Jorie’ story, Richardson has written a sequel titled Jorie and the Gold Key, and she is currently working on the third book in the series.

A.H. Richardson also enjoys writing murder mysteries and who-dun-its. She is the author of the Hazlitt/Brandon series of murder mystery novels. The series follows a pair of clever, colorful and charismatic sleuths - Sir Victor Hazlitt and Beresford Brandon. The series includes:
 Murder in Little Shendon, Act One, Scene One – Murder, and Murder at Serenity Farm.

A. H. Richardson lives happily in East Tennessee, her adopted state, and has three sons, three grandchildren, and two pugs. She speaks four languages and loves to do voiceovers. She plans on writing many more books and hopes to delight her readers further with her British twist, which all her books have.

Readers can connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, and Goodreads.

To learn more, go to https://ahrichardson.com/


Thursday, May 4, 2017

The One They Couldn't Steal


About

When Amy Walker’s foster mother dies she is left all alone in her adopted world. Believing she was orphaned on a coach crash in Tuscany, she begins to search for more information about her blood parents. Her initial research tells her one thing; she wasn’t ever on that coach crash in Italy. 

Battling the grieving process, she stops at nothing to unearth exactly what they kept buried from the world. She discovers a coded list of international addresses and passport stamps, exposing lie after lie told by her foster parents. But her home is ransacked and all she is left with is one address in Morocco. 

Amy travels to the shanty towns and palaces of Casablanca where she quickly realises that her own life is very much in danger. As the clues lead her close to unearthing her truth, she disturbs it, alerting the gang to her existence. Her truth will do anything to stay hidden. 

More clues lead her back to London and a Chechen underworld, where she discovers she was third on a coded, list of stolen children. As the gang looks to silence her, Amy’s quest for knowledge turns into a battle just to stay alive. Murder follows murder. Scotland Yard links each to Amy Walker. She’s a vigilante desperate for revenge. 

For Amy, obsession has taken over. As her life descends into a whirlwind of former SAS agents, Chechen warlords and Russian hit men, she realises her quest is about so much more than just her past. The gang that took her is still in operation and ready to strike again in Barcelona.


But Child No. 3 must be silenced. Little Girl Lost must never be found

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Phil Martin grew up in the creative cauldron of nineties Manchester when Madchester rocked the charts and the Hacienda ruled clubland. The city has shaped him as a writer. He writes thrillers and crime stories based on the fine folk of Manchester and Salford and sell them online as ebooks.






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Publications
Child no. 3        The One They Couldn't Steal
Female no. 2    The one They Couldn't Silence
Target no. 1     The One They Couldn't  Bury

The Attached
Killing Doves
Stripped Bare