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Saturday, March 8, 2014

Thanks to (2): Sara Bain

I met Sara Bain on Goodreads, and whenever I have an event on Goodreads, she's there to tell her own community. Thank you Sara Bain (https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7244296.Sara_Bain).
Sara has her own website...http://www.sarabain.co.uk/
 ...and her own publishing company! http://ivymoonpress.wordpress.com/
I found an interview she made, back in November 2013...
http://kellysmithreviews.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/author-interview-sara-bain/
And of course, her first book...:-)
"The Sleeping Warrior" (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00E7B02HE)

Here's the Blurb...

LONDON solicitor Libby Butler’s life is in a self-inflicted mess. Her affair with her boss is going nowhere as is her position in the prestigious city law firm where she works. A narrow escape from the knife of south London’s elusive serial murderer, The Vampire Killer, has challenged her outward bravado and left her nerves and personal life in tatters.

When duty calls Libby to a metropolitan police station in the middle of the night, she meets the enigmatic Gabriel Radley. Dressed like an ancient warrior in studded leather armour, Gabriel has a habit of disappearing from police custody and danger appears to dog him.

Gabriel is searching for a 'stone' he has lost, its value 'beyond human imagination', that will help bring a 'monster' to justice. When Libby agrees to help him, she unwittingly plunges her life into a series of disasters and neither she nor any of her friends are safe.

A cult who call themselves The Awakened, a gangland thug and his henchman, a female assassin, a detective chief inspector from Scotland Yard, and even the serial killer, all become inadvertently embroiled in the chase for the stone and the pivotal force of Gabriel.

As the death toll rises, Libby is forced to face herself, learn the true value of life and the potent significance of the Sleeping Warrior within.


Again, because I'm in Eastern Europe, Amazon wants me to buy the book for a whopping $6.77...(ouch)..so I read the sample (beggars can't be choosers) :-)

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for this, Danny. I'll send you a Kindle copy if you want. Sx

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  2. It is worth the money. A fabulous book. Can't wait for the next one
    Sue

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