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Nominations for Global eBook Awards

Global eBook Awards Nominee

Three of our titles have been nominated for the Global eBooks Awards:

Abiding Evil by Alison Buck

Crypto da Vinci by Simon Buck

Devoted Sisters by Alison Buck

Crypto da Vinci published just in time for Read an eBook week

If you’re still looking for an exciting new eBook to read for Read an eBook Week, you’ll be glad to know that Crypto da Vinci by Simon Buck has just been published as an eBook. It’s already on the Amazon Kindle Store and will soon be up on Kobo. If you like mysteries or thrillers, with some espionage, wit and a soupçon of whimsy thrown in for good measure, then you’ll love Crypto da Vinci, the latest in the Peter White mysteries.

Read an eBook Week 2011

eBook week 2011

Take the opportunity in this year’s Read an eBook week to read Abiding Evil or Devoted Sisters by Alison Buck, or Library of the Soul by Simon Buck on Kindle. Or if you prefer, Kobo versions of Abiding Evil or Devoted Sisters by Alison Buck, or Library of the Soul by Simon Buck. All currently available at GOOD PRICES.

Simon Buck starts his own blog – Concomitant thoughts

Simon Buck has started his own blog called Concomitant thoughts. We’re providing the hosting but have no editorial input.

Crypto da Vinci avoids Friday the 13th curse

After a self-imposed six year delay (to let the hype die down from that other ‘da Vinci’ book), Simon Buck’s next Peter White mystery has arrived. Originally planned to be the first Peter White mystery, it was rescheduled to appear after Library of the Soul as a prequel. Since then, various other events have conspired to delay it even further. Right up to the last minute, as the publication date of 9th November was missed when the first print run wasn’t delivered until Friday the 13th – which we’ve decided should not be taken as an omen! However, that’s all irrelevant now as it’s here for us to read (well, actually I’ve already read it, that’s the advantage of being the publisher).

In this book we get to learn more about Peter White, accompany him and his friend Al on some interesting travels and eavesdrop on their conversations over delicious meals. On the way through this modern day mystery we learn about an old scandal, uncover a hidden renaissance wonder and meet some curious characters (and a couple of unsavoury ones too).

Review of Library of the Soul on Euro Crime

There’s a review of Library of the Soul on the Euro Crime web site, courtesy of Norman Price who also blogs at Crime Scraps.

Our favourite sentence: “This was fun reading if you did not take it all too seriously, and I have to admit that it was a real page turner.” Norman finishes by saying “I am really looking forward to reading the next Peter White mystery”. So are we. Come on Simon get your finger out!