Leyla Cardena was born in Geneva, Switzerland. She didn’t have a happy childhood and remembered it as a time of feeling lost and helpless. After school, she works in administration and then joined a trust company while studying law at night. At twenty-three, she resigned from her job to follow her dream to become a writer.
Neil Turner fell in love with reading as a boy when he read books by authors like Beatrix Potter and Thornton Burgess. His parents were happy to listen to him reading them stories. Then he started writing, but it is only as an adult that he considered writing a book. After many courses, seminars, conferences, and failed manuscripts, he succeeded with the Tony Valenti Thriller Series.
I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
This book tries to trick you into believing it’s a politician thriller, but it is so much more than that. A compelling social commentary set in the near future, ‘One Kingdom Under Heaven’ brings the darkest possibilities of contemporary politics into sharp relief.
One Kingdom Under Heaven is the third book by Canadian author Alastair Luft. He published his first book, The Battle Within, in 2017. Followed in 2019 byJihadi Bride. He is a veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces and often speaks at events. His favourite topic is:
“how violence begets violence, and the importance of discovering one’s passion.” – Amazon Author Page
Freddie Peters was born in France but stayed in the Square Mile (City of London) for over 25 years. She started as a lawyer and then became an investment banker. Freddie loves art (visual, music, cinema, theatre, etc.) and supports various charities. She writes not only to tell a story but also because she associates with George Orwell’s quote.
“When I sit down to write a book, I don’t say to myself I am going to produce a work of art. I write it because there is some lie that I want to expose, some facts to which I want to draw attention, and my initial concern is to get a hearing.”
Trevor J Robinson developed a desire to be an author after reading a collection of mystery and horror novels he received from his older brother. He has self-published The Good Fight, a young-adult horror novel. He also published the only romance story in the Secret Stairs – a bestselling horror anthology on Amazon.
David Donachie is a web designer, gamer, artist, and writer. He works in IT and games design.
He has previously published The Night Alphabet, a collection of short stories. His other books are Dice Wars and The Teuthic Temple.
The Drowning Land is a historical fantasy. The author took his inspiration from the discovery of a barbed antler point in 1931. The Summer Lands in the book hail from the real Doggerland – low marshes and gravel banks, running from the Channel Islands to about the level of the Humber.
I received an advance review copy for free through BookSirens, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
“The main thing to remember about my work is that I am NOT one of my characters. For example, as a real estate broker, I’ve never played Bondage Bingo in one of my empty listings or offed one of my problem clients.”
D.M Barr is a salesperson, wife, mother, and rescuer of senior shelter dogs. The author lives near York City and writes at night. She has experience in travel (marketing and journalism), public relations, and real estate. She is an award-winning magazine writer and editor. Her two previous books, Expired Listingsand Slashing Mona Lisa, are available on Amazon.
Her newest book is Saving Grace: A Psychological Thriller.
Benjamin Cross is an experienced field archaeologist who was involved in many site excavations across the UK. Currently, he is an Associate Director of Heritage and Archaeology at a national consultancy and a member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists. He lives with his family in Carmarthenshire, Wales.
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