On Friday and Saturday, ‘Thursday at Noon’ will be free on Kindle as a special promotion. It is an international suspense novel and Middle-East thriller set in Egypt in 1962. You can see what it is about and see the 5-Star reviews, including from The New Yorker, at the author’s web site http://billbrownwritesnovels.wordpress.com which also has sample chapters and reviews of the author’s other suspense novels. It is a Kindle Prime and Kindle Select e-book.
Amazon Reviewer ‘Colin the Celt’ says ‘Amongst My Enemies’ is “All Out Action!” and gives it 4-Stars!
4-Stars! “All Out Action. Fast paced action adventure tale that weaves the intrigue of the cold war with the brutality of the Second World War. A Russian espionage ring, an American veteran and a brutal Nazi killer and a Swedish fisherman all hunt for the same thing. Oh, and don’t forget the Mossad. What a recipe for success that proves to be. For fans of this genre of story I guarantee that you will not be disappointed.”
Colin the Celt, Amazon Reviewer
5-Stars! “Having read “The Undertaker” by this same author I knew what to expect as far as his writing style. I therefore prepared myself for a fast-paced plot-driven read and turned to the first page. By the time I looked up from this book it was midnight and I was three quarters of the way through it and was excited to read the rest. The characters reach out from the pages and drag you into their world. I must warn that you may want to set aside the time to read this one as you will not want to stop and will lose track of all time. I felt as if I was reading a book written by one of Mr. Patterson’s ghost writers. After the first few pages you will find yourself wrapped up so thickly by the plot you will find it hard to let go.”
Al Robins for “Free Book Reviews” 8/22/12
“A Must Read for Historical Fiction and Suspense Fans!” says The Alaska Bookie in her 5-Star Review of ‘Amongst My Enemies.
“I really enjoyed this story of Mike Randall and the U-Boat from Nazi Germany. The story had a very realistic feel to it. It made me want to go out and research some of the people listed in it . . . The descriptions of the Nazi SS guys had me cringing for their victims . . . Overall, this would be a great pick for history and suspense buffs. It felt real, like the author stole the idea from a headline news story!”
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