Spotlight: Godwine Kingmaker

02_Godwine Kingmaker CoverPublication Date: April 24, 2015 (US & UK)
Top Hat Books
Formats: Kindle eBook, Paperback
351 Pages

Genre: Historical Fiction

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Harold Godwineson, the Last Anglo-Saxon King, owed everything to his father. Who was this Godwine, first Earl of Wessex and known as the Kingmaker? Was he an unscrupulous schemer, using King and Witan to gain power? Or was he the greatest of all Saxon Earls, protector of the English against the hated Normans? The answer depends on who you ask. He was befriended by the Danes, raised up by Canute the Great, given an Earldom and a wife from the highest Danish ranks. He sired nine children, among them four Earls, a Queen and a future King. Along with his power came a struggle to keep his enemies at bay, and Godwine’s best efforts were brought down by the misdeeds of his eldest son Swegn. Although he became father-in-law to a reluctant Edward the Confessor, his fortunes dwindled as the Normans gained prominence at court. Driven into exile, Godwine regathered his forces and came back even stronger, only to discover that his second son Harold was destined to surpass him in renown and glory.

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About the Author03_Mercedes Rochelle Author

Born in St. Louis MO with a degree from University of Missouri, Mercedes Rochelle learned about living history as a re-enactor and has been enamored with historical fiction ever since. She lives in Sergeantsville, NJ with her husband in a log home they built themselves.

For more information please visit Mercedes Rochelle’s website and blog. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Goodreads.

Godwine Kingmaker Blog Tour Schedule

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Review at Svetlana’s Reads and Views
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Tuesday, April 21
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Wednesday, April 22
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Thursday, April 23
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Wednesday, April 29
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Thursday, April 30
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Monday, May 4
Review at Impressions in Ink
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Tuesday, May 5
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Thursday, May 7
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Inspector of the Dead {A Review}

02_Inspector of the Dead CoverPublication Date: March 24, 2015
Mulholland Books
Hardcover; 342p
ISBN: 9780316323932

Genre: Historical Mystery

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David Morrell’s MURDER AS A FINE ART was a publishing event. Acclaimed by critics, it made readers feel that they were actually on the fogbound streets of Victorian London. Now the harrowing journey continues in INSPECTOR OF THE DEAD.

Thomas De Quincey, infamous for his Confessions of an Opium-Eater,confronts London’s harrowing streets to thwart the assassination of Queen Victoria.
The year is 1855. The Crimean War is raging. The incompetence of British commanders causes the fall of the English government. The Empire teeters.

Amid this crisis comes opium-eater Thomas De Quincey, one of the most notorious and brilliant personalities of Victorian England. Along with his irrepressible daughter, Emily, and their Scotland Yard companions, Ryan and Becker, De Quincey finds himself confronted by an adversary who threatens the heart of the nation.

This killer targets members of the upper echelons of British society, leaving with each corpse the name of someone who previously attempted to kill Queen Victoria. The evidence indicates that the ultimate victim will be Victoria herself. As De Quincey and Emily race to protect the queen, they uncover long-buried secrets and the heartbreaking past of a man whose lust for revenge has destroyed his soul.

Brilliantly merging historical fact with fiction, Inspector of the Dead is based on actual attempts to assassinate Queen Victoria.

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I was supposed to have had a review up for this already, however, I hadn’t yet finished the books. As such, I delayed the review but! Voila! I finished and what a bloody good read it was.

“The inscriptions on our memories remain forever just as the stars seem to withdraw during daylight but emerge when the darkness returns.”

There are many such quotes in this book and I’ve got to say, it’s definitely stuck with me even after having finished the book. Everything about this has been engaging and kept me up all night in a rush to finish. I didn’t want to put it down. Victorian England is so rarely portrayed as well as the author has done it in this book. The plot is fantastic, the dialogue spot on, the characters are developed well enough that you both love and hate them at the same time. I find that’s a feat few authors can accomplish. So, bravo!

There was not a slow moment to be had, the pacing was perfect and I was pulled into the story entirely. I also liked how it was based on true events as well. Who knew that Queen Victoria’s life was in such utter danger by anti-monarchists? Thomas de Quincey and his daughter are certainly fascinating characters and their narratives were fantastic and engaging–something a book like this certainly needs.

Recommend: Yes. Highly!
Do I own this?: Yes, a copy was provided for a fair and honest review.

My Rating:4Star

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About the Author03_David Morell ©_Jennifer_Esperanza

David Morrell is an Edgar, Nero, Anthony, and Macavity nominee as well as a recipient of the prestigious career-achievement Thriller Master away from the International Thriller Writers. His numerous New York Times bestsellers include the classic espionage novel. The Brotherhood of the Rose, the basis for the only television mini-series to be broadcast after a Super Bowl. A former literature professor at the University of Iowa, Morrell has a PhD from Pennsylvania State University. His latest novel is INSPECTOR OF THE DEAD, a sequel to his highly acclaimed Victorian mystery/thriller, Murder as a Fine Art, which Publishers Weekly called ”one of the top ten mystery/thrillers of 2013.”

For more information visit David Morrell’s website. You can also connect with him on Facebook and Twitter.

To Catch A Falling Star: {A Review}

02_To Catch a Falling Star_CoverPublication Date: March 1, 2015
SilverWood Books
Formats: eBook, Paperback

Series: Book Eight, The Graham Saga
Genre: Historical Fiction/Time-Slip

To Catch a Falling Star is the eighth book in Anna Belfrage’s series featuring time traveller Alexandra Lind and her seventeenth century husband, Matthew Graham.

Some gifts are double-edged swords …

For Matthew Graham, being given the gift of his former Scottish manor is a dream come true. For his wife, Alex, this gift will force her to undertake a perilous sea journey, leaving most of their extensive family in the Colony of Maryland. Alex is torn apart by this, but staying behind while her husband travels to Scotland is no option.
Scotland in 1688 is a divided country, torn between the papist Stuart king and the foreign but Protestant William of Orange. In the Lowlands, popular opinion is with Dutch William, and Matthew’s reluctance to openly support him does not endear him to his former friends and neighbours.

While Matthew struggles to come to terms with the fact that Scotland of 1688 bears little resemblance to his lovingly conserved memories, Alex is forced to confront unresolved issues from her past, including her overly curious brother-in-law, Luke Graham. And then there’s the further complication of the dashing, flamboyant Viscount Dundee, a man who knocks Alex completely off her feet.

All the turmoil that accompanies their return to Scotland pales into insignificance when a letter arrives, detailing the calamities threatening their youngest daughter in Maryland – at the hand of that most obnoxious minister, Richard Campbell. Matthew and Alex have no choice but to hasten back, no matter the heartache this causes.

Will they make it back in time? And what will Richard Campbell do?

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Oh no! Here I am with another book in a series…and I am way out of order with it. There’s eight books in total and ya’ll….this is number eight. At least I’m consistant in my track record. I read number seven too; but I really do recommend reading the whole series, which I”m working on. Despite me being a fool, I’m glad to say that I was turned onto these books at all. So, I’m late to the party, but at least I’m part of it, right? Right. That being said, let’s hop into it.

The synopsis is actually rather perfect because it gives you the gist of what is going on. So I’ll tell you why I enjoyed it so much instead of rehashing details that are already here. Ms. Belfrage, who I have the pleasure of speaking with, has a way with words. You know when you walk into a room where your friends are and it’s that warm, inviting and happy feeling? That’s how I feel when I’m reading her books. Her characters feel like old friends and the story just easily flows from her skillful use of words. Not just words, the actions, the emotions…these aren’t books that one just reads–they’re really a beautiful experience and even though I know the ending to the series, starting from the beginning, I’m sure I’ll have that same experience. I can’t tell you how much I love how well developed the characters are and how the scenery described feels so real.

You’d be doing yourself a major disservice if you missed out on this one, I tell you.

Recommend: Yes. Highly!
Do I own this?: Yes, a copy was provided for a fair and honest review.
Would I buy this? Yes, I absolutely would. I’m going to buy the other books in the series.
Similar books: The Outlander Series.
My rating:
4Star

 

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Graham Saga Titles

Book One: A Rip in the Veil
Book Two: Like Chaff in the Wind
Book Three: The Prodigal Son
Book Four: A Newfound Land
Book Five: Serpents in the Garden
Book Six: Revenge & Retribution
Book Seven: Whither Thou Goest
Book Eight: To Catch a Falling Star

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Anna Belfrage

I was raised abroad, on a pungent mix of Latin American culture, English history and Swedish traditions. As a result I’m multilingual and most of my reading is historical – both non-fiction and fiction.

I was always going to be a writer – or a historian, preferably both. Instead I ended up with a degree in Business and Finance, with very little time to spare for my most favourite pursuit. Still, one does as one must, and in between juggling a challenging career I raised my four children on a potent combination of invented stories, historical debates and masses of good food and homemade cakes. They seem to thrive … Nowadays I spend most of my spare time at my writing desk. The children are half grown, the house is at times eerily silent and I slip away into my imaginary world, with my imaginary characters. Every now and then the one and only man in my life pops his head in to ensure I’m still there. I like that – just as I like how he makes me laugh so often I’ll probably live to well over a hundred.

I was always going to be a writer. Now I am – I have achieved my dream.

For more information, please visit Anna Belfrage’s website and blog. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Goodreads.

To Catch a Falling Star Blog Tour Schedule

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Review at Oh, For the Hook of a Book

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Review at Griperang’s Bookmarks

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Spotlight at Historical Fiction Connection

Monday, April 28
Spotlight & Giveaway at Passages to the Past

Tuesday, April 29
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Spotlight & Giveaway at Let Them Read Books

Thursday, May 1
Review at A Chick Who Reads
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Saturday, May 3
Review at Quirky Book Reviews

Monday, May 5
Review at Beth’s Book Nook Blog

Tuesday, May 6
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Hail to The Queen of Sparta! {Review}

The Queen of Sparta 2Alrighty, bookworms! I’m excited to tell you about some of the books I’ve been reading. This one in particular is one I’ve been waiting to tell you about. Now, is it the best book I’ve ever read? No. But it is good and it is about Queen Gorgo. Most of us know the name because she was portrayed twice by Lena Headey in the 300 movies. And others of us know Queen Gorgo because she was a real historical person. I took this from Wikipedia, but it’s a brief blurb on the woman herself.

Gorgo was the daughter and the only known child of Cleomenes I, King of Sparta (r. 520–490 BC) during the 6th and 5th centuries BC. She was the wife of King Leonidas I, Cleomenes’ half-brother, who fought and died in the Battle of Thermopylae. Gorgo is noted as one of the few female historical figures actually named by Herodotus, and was known for her political judgement and wisdom. She is notable for being the daughter of a King of Sparta, the wife of another king of Sparta, and the mother of a third king of Sparta. Her birth date is uncertain, but is most likely to have been between 518 and 508 BC, based on Herodotus dating. (x)

Now down to the nitty gritty: If you’re not into military history and trying to keep up with battles and who was involved and so forth–this is going to be a heavy read for you. For me, I read it because I think Gorgo was a bad ass and I wanted to read more about her. Yes, obviously some of the information provided was fiction since they didn’t keep the greatest of records, but you can fill in the blanks. It doesn’t provide much in the way of a biography for her; it seems she’s always going to be focused on for being Leonidas’s wife. She’s portrayed here as the brains and power of the throne but even though Sparta revered women, she wasn’t allowed to outright sit on the throne and rule. I wish the author would have elaborated more, y’know? Focused more on her, rather than all of the battles.

One might not even count this as fiction because there is a lot of military history being provided. It reads sometimes as someone’s academic thesis. It’s also dialogue heavy, so if that’s a turn off for you, then this might not be for you. All in all, I’m rating it a three but I don’t foresee myself rereading this. There was a great deal of potential to be had and it was never really reached.

Owned: Yes. [Provided for an honest review]
Would I buy it? No.
Recommend: Only if you’re really into military history.
Rating: 3star

 

 

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Helen of Sparta {A Review!}

Please join author Amalia Carosella as she tours the blogosphere with HF Virtual Book Tours for Helen of Sparta, from April 1-22.

02_Helen of Sparta CoverPublication Date: April 1, 2015
Lake Union Publishing
Formats: eBook, Paperback
ISBN-10: 1477821384

Genre: Historical Fiction

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Long before she ran away with Paris to Troy, Helen of Sparta was haunted by nightmares of a burning city under siege. These dreams foretold impending war—a war that only Helen has the power to avert. To do so, she must defy her family and betray her betrothed by fleeing the palace in the dead of night. In need of protection, she finds shelter and comfort in the arms of Theseus, son of Poseidon. With Theseus at her side, she believes she can escape her destiny. But at every turn, new dangers—violence, betrayal, extortion, threat of war—thwart Helen’s plans and bar her path. Still, she refuses to bend to the will of the gods.

A new take on an ancient myth, Helen of Sparta is the story of one woman determined to decide her own fate.

 

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I admit that at first, I was a little apprehensive. Seldom have I paid much mind to Helen of Troy because history has presented her as this vapid woman who I admit, just did not care about in the least. However, when I saw Stephanie Thornton had expressed delight over this book, that told me, “Give it a try.” I’m glad I listened and that I gave it a try! What a book! Instead of this wilting flower of a woman, Helen is given a story–a real story and she’s given life in a new, refreshing manner that made me look at her in a completely different way. Helen is willing to defy the gods  to choose her own fate and to pursue happiness in her own life. She is not willing to sit idly by and allow her parents or gods decide who she should marry, what she should do and so forth. She is a woman with her own mind and her own ambitions. It’s a delightful ride and I was glad to embark upon it.

My only complaint was that it stopped very abruptly–however, I hope that means a sequel? I’m keeping my fingers crossed for that! (See, even found a gif for that sentiment! 😉 ) Anyway, you should most certainly check this out if you like mythology, new takes on old stories and are in need of a good histfic novel to read. I plan on rereading this soon…but my mom has my copy and is reading it, haha. Be sure to let me know how you liked it and send the lovely author lots of love and good reviews on goodreads or facebook…wherever! 🙂

My rating: 
4Star

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About the Author03_Amalia Carosella Author

Amalia Carosella graduated from the University of North Dakota with a bachelors degree in Classical Studies and English. An avid reader and former bookseller, she writes about old heroes and older gods. She lives with her husband in upstate New York and dreams of the day she will own goats (and maybe even a horse, too). For more information, visit her blog at www.amaliacarosella.com. She also writes fantasy and paranormal romance as Amalia Dillin.

You can also connect with Amalia on Facebook, Goodreads, and Twitter here and here.

Helen of Sparta Blog Tour Schedule

Wednesday, April 1
Review at Unshelfish
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Thursday, April 2
Review at Flashlight Commentary

Friday, April 3
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Saturday, April 4
Review at History From a Woman’s Perspective

Monday, April 6
Review at Curling Up By the Fire
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Wednesday, April 8
Review at Historical Reads and Views

Thursday, April 9
Review at Oh, For the Hook of a Book!

Friday, April 10
Review at With Her Nose Stuck in a Book

Monday, April 13
Interview at Book Babe
Spotlight at Historical Fiction Obsession

Tuesday, April 14
Review at Forever Ashley

Wednesday, April 15
Review at Just One More Chapter
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Thursday, April 16
Review at 100 Pages a Day

Friday, April 17
Review at Impressions in Ink

Saturday, April 18
Spotlight at Passages to the Past

Monday, April 20
Review at Book Lovers Paradise
Interview at The Maiden’s Court

Tuesday, April 21
Review at Broken Teepee

Wednesday, April 22
Review at Ageless Pages Reviews

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Spotlight: The Cunning Man

02_The Cunning Man CoverPublication Date: December 7, 2014
OrbisHouse
eBook; 158p

Genre: Historical Mystery/Anthology

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Looking for clever, fast-paced historical mysteries? Here you’ll discover seven ‘impossible’ crimes, locked room puzzles, passion and riddles galore. Enjoy these lusty crime stories set in Elizabethan England where a ‘cunning man’, Hippo Yeoman, must solve devilish cases to save his friends’ lives, or even his own.

This anthology of short historical mystery stories is a world ‘first’. It’s not only a joy to read in its own right, but it’s also a ‘fictorial’: a collection of crime thrillers packed with clever but unobtrusive tips that show you precisely how they were written, to help you write your own stories! They will appeal equally to avid readers of historical crime and students of creative writing who want to enhance their story or novel writing skills, in any genre.

Can you find the culprit before Hippo does? Challenge your own detective skills, enjoy a thundering good read in settings that are wholly authentic to 16th century London, and discover – while you read – how to write a great story!

Praise for The Cunning Man

“Why has no one done this before? The Cunning Man entertains and informs in equal measure, embedding instruction in story telling technique within gripping historical mysteries. The ingenious puzzles will keep you guessing, the droll asides will make you smile, and the tips on writing will boost your own technique. What’s not to like?” -Michelle Spring, co-author (with Laurie R. King) of Crime and Thriller Writing: a Writers’ and Artists’ Companion

“If you want a tale with idiosyncratic characters, paced to keep you turning pages, and laughing out loud, read this. In addition, if you want an insiders’ look at the writer’s art, DO read this, the first “fictorial,” designed to give new and emerging authors, (well, any author come to that), an understanding of the craft behind the magic of stories that are finely-written. Footnotes found throughout the book bring up “commentaries” that explain the how and why of the writing. I’ve never seen this done before. It’s a brilliant concept.” -Diana Holdsworth

“The author did an amazing job of placing me firmly in the 1597 Elizabethan era, with his sense of place and proper dialogue. He has created a fun read that’s both entertaining and educational. Both readers and writers alike will enjoy this book, with its clever plot line and pop-up notes that not only teach aspiring writers what to include in their own work but also allow the average reader a peek behind the curtain – something they normally would never know. It isn’t easy to create a new class of fiction, and in my opinion this author hit a home run.” -Sue Coletta

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About the Author03_John Yeoman Author

Dr John Yeoman, PhD Creative Writing, is a total rogue. His first adventure when leaving Oxford university with an MA in English literature was to host a witchcraft cabaret in a London cellar. This so enchanted him with devilry that he took up a career in public relations. Across 42 years he has edited a newspaper, chaired a big PR consultancy and trained several thousands of people to write for fame, fun and occasionally fortune.

For fifteen years he ran Britain’s largest self-publishing business and earned up to $1.4 million annually from his own living room. (Oh, thou of little faith! If you’re skeptical, send him a nice email and he’ll point you to its accounts at Companies House.)

He founded Writers’ Village in 2009, now one of the world’s largest short fiction contests. It’s no coincidence that its blog is titled the Wicked Writing Blog and it hosts guest posts every week from every best-selling author who is not ashamed to show their face there.

He lives in central England with his wife Celia, a dynasty of children and a tortoise. His passions include Jacobean literature, heirloom vegetable gardening and antique wines.

The villain should properly be addressed as Dr John Yeoman, MA Oxon, MA (Res), MPhil, PhD, FSRS. But you didn’t want to know that, did you? Quite right. After all, in the time you’ve wasted reading his biography here you could have been enjoying his novels which are triumphs of entertainment.

For more information please visit John Yeoman’s website, and follow him on Twitter.

The Cunning Man Blog Tour Schedule

Monday, April 6
Spotlight at Griperang’s Bookmarks

Tuesday, April 7
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Wednesday, April 8
Spotlight at With Her Nose Stuck in a Book

Thursday, April 9
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Friday, April 10
Review at Back Porchervations

Monday, April 13
Review at A Virtual Hobby and Coffee Haus

Tuesday, April 14
Review at Book Nerd

Wednesday, April 15
Interview at Back Porchervations

Thursday, April 16
Review at Dianne Ascroft Blog
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Spotlight: A Chance Kill

Please join author Paul Letters as he tours the blogosphere for A Chance Kill, from April 6-10, and enter to win your own copy!

02_A Chance Kill_CoverPublication Date: February 26, 2015
Silverwood Books
Formats: eBook, Paperback
Pages: 300

Genre: Historical Fiction

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A Chance Kill is a wartime thriller where an old-fashioned love story forges through a conspiracy of authentic, action-filled adventures.

Based upon the author’s grandmother’s experience, seventeen-year-old Polish catholic Dyta Zajac finds herself forced away from wartime Warsaw due to her family’s shadowy connections. Dyta’s time on the run sets her on a path towards confronting the ultimate Nazi.

Half a continent away, an RAF bomber crew embarks upon Britain’s little-known first offensive of the war. Courtship edges Dyta’s destiny closer to that of members of the RAF crew – and toward the Allies’ most brazen covert operation to strike at the Nazi elite.

But more dangerous than the enemy, however, is the assumption that your enemy’s enemy is your friend…

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About the Author03_Paul Letters_Author

Author Paul Letters deals with a physical disability (which is twisted and transposed to a character in A Chance Kill). It prompted Paul to change his life and give up full-time teaching to write. He studied history, education, international affairs and literary journalism at the Universities of Cardiff, Oxford and Hong Kong.

Paul is from England and now lives in the jungled fringes of Hong Kong. He writes freelance journalism, most often for the South China Morning Post, and is currently working on a World War Two novel set in Hong Kong.

For more information please visit Paul Letters’ website. You can also find him on Facebook, Goodreads, and Twitter. Follow the WWII 75 Years On Twitter page for daily tweets on what happened in history 75 years ago.

A Chance Kill Blog Tour Schedule

Monday, April 6
Review at Flashlight Commentary

Tuesday, April 7
Review at Books and Benches
Spotlight at Beth’s Book Nook Blog

Wednesday, April 8
Review at Quirky Book Reviews
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Thursday, April 9
Review at History From A Woman’s Perspective
Spotlight at Boom Baby Reviews

Friday, April 10
Review at The Great Reads!
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Giveaway

To enter to win a paperback copy of A Chane Kill, please complete the form below.

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Giveaway starts on April 6th at 12:01am EST and ends at 11:59pm EST on April 10th.
Giveaway is open INTERNATIONALLY and you must be 18 or older to enter.
Winners will be chosen via GLEAM on April 11th and notified via email.
Winners have 48 hours to claim prize or new winner is chosen.
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