Touchstone Season One eBook Box Set out now at a bargain price for this week only…

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To celebrate the continuation of the Touchstone story with the imminent release of the first Season 2 book I’m releasing the entire Season One of Touchstone as an eBook ‘box set’. That’s all six touchstone books in one handy volume.

It will retail at a money-saving £5 for the set (as opposed to £11 if you buy each ebook separately) but for this week only I’m launching it at a jaw-dropping £1.97.

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Long Dead Road

Long-Dead-Road-BOOKCOVER-07-LARGECOVER-3DNo one gets to walk away…

Keller is out of jail after eight years, and he’s going to take down everyone who put him inside.

An ex-war hero who ended up a career criminal, Keller walks out of prison and sets off on a killing spree the length of Britain delivering vigilante justice on the men who framed him by putting an under-age girl in his bed.

Leaving a trail of destruction in his wake from London to Birmingham to Manchester to a remote Scottish fishing town, he finally takes on a secluded farmhouse guarded by a small army of tooled-up criminals from all over the country, assembled for a ten-million pound drugs drop.

But is it about revenge or the money? Or is it all about the girl?

An explosive and brutal crime thriller that will leave you wanting more, Long Dead Road is a thrilling new entry in the British noir canon.

WARNING: Contains adult content and language.

LENGTH: 50,000 words / 310 pages


Buy it now in ebook and paperback at:

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and at Amazon Kindle stores in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, India, Canada, Brazil, Mexico and Australia.

     


Touchstone (6. Fade to Grey)

Keep on burning till the end. Both ends burning…

Touchstone (6. Fade to Grey) concludes the time travel saga exploring a small corner of an English city through a century of change.

Rachel makes a final journey to the past to ensure her mother, Lorna Foster, and father, Martyn Hines, have their fateful first kiss at a sweaty Ultravox gig in 1980. But Esther Parker is also making a play for Martyn, and if their romance is kindled, Rachel will never be born.

But she knows she is now up against both Danny and Kath Bright, two former friends and allies, now turned bitter enemies with growing superpowers. And Rachel’s own disturbing inner fire threatens to cut her off from her old life forever.

Can she be the simple village girl she longs to be, or must she accept that she might be a goddess?

It’s all set for an epic battle with destiny, both ends burning. Continue reading

Touchstone (5. Let’s Fall in Love for the Last Time)

It’s murder on the dance floor…

Rachel finds herself in 1934, where she must help Charlie stage a concert featuring renowned Jewish crooner Benny Orphan and an all-black swing orchestra.

But Danny is there too, seemingly intent on sabotaging things. And a group of murderous Blackshirts are determined to make sure the concert doesn’t happen.

As swing fans, nazis, communists and time travellers do battle on the dance floor, Rachel finds that it’s not always clear who’s an ally and who’s an enemy. Especially when disturbing new powers emerging from both her and Danny threaten to tear the city apart.

A gripping tale of love versus hate in the Depression, set to a backdrop of beautiful swing tunes. Continue reading

Touchstone (4: Station at the End of Time)

A haunted train station in 1959, a freight train with a mysterious cargo and a young woman determined to throw herself in front of it…

Rachel miraculously finds herself back at home in the present with her father but suffering a recurring nightmare of being trapped on Kings Heath station in 1959, trying to prevent her maternal grandmother, Deirdre Foster, committing suicide.

As more and more characters from her time-travelling past intrude on both her too perfect waking world and her nightmares, she begins to wonder which world is real… leading to a terrifying battle to hold onto her own sanity. Continue reading

Touchstone (3. All the Time in the World)

Baby, baby, baby… you’re out of time…

Rachel, lost and alone in 2012, travels back to 1966 to repair her lost timeline with the help of Charlie, now 50 years old but still in love with her.

Continuing the adventures of Rachel and Danny, a pair of mismatched History students who stumble upon an old gravestone that catapults them back in time.

The Swinging Sixties are in full flow, Birmingham is being rebuilt and England are hosting the football World Cup.

The temptation to stay there and live with Charlie is overwhelming, but Danny is there too, and the World Cup betting sting he’s carrying out on the city’s bookies brings them all to the attention of a local gangster, a corrupt politician, a cop with a grudge and a cabal of mysterious time travellers who are determined to prevent the past being changed.

In the end it’s hard to care about correcting the past when you’re in danger of becoming the foundations for a new high rise. Continue reading

Ghosts on the Moor

Three women spend Christmas in a remote cottage on Dartmoor to escape problems at home, but a Christmas Eve hike across the moor turns tragic as old ghosts return for vengeance…

A chilling new short story (10,000-words) in the vein of Andy Conway’s other timeslip novellas Touchstone and The Very Thought of You.

 

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Reader comments

“A very spooky short story! Having read and thoroughly enjoyed a lot of Andy Conway’s other work, I expected that I would enjoy this one too… and I wasn’t disappointed. A very good short tale with some excellent twists and turns!”

“A ghost story set on Dartmoor at Christmastime. What a spine-tinglingly perfect setting for a ghost story. Three friends, Zara, Liz and Sian rent a cottage in a Dartmoor village to spend Christmas together, a mixture of country pubs and moorland hikes. Things don’t quite go to plan however…  The three women with a complicated past could take the book into a dreary (for me) chicklit direction, but it actually gives the ghost story its bite. It might arguably be described as a present-day M.R. James as thoroughly malevolent ghosts wreak havoc on our heroines.  The Christmassy High Street in Totnes was nicely described, though I didn’t quite get the feel of a brooding wintry Dartmoor, but in the space available it’s a cracking little ghost story.”

NOT to be read at bedtime! Glad I read this in the morning – at least I got my sleep in first. I shall think twice about going to Devon again!”

Lovers in Paris

Can your love live up to the most romantic city in the world?

It’s Disneyland for lovers; a place to indulge in a romantic fantasy world. But  if you fell in love with someone in Paris, could you trust your feelings? Would  it have a real future? Or should you just get out of there and fall in love  somewhere where it’s safe?

Five couples try to find the answer on New  Year’s Eve in the French capital.

By morning they’ll know. Continue reading