I’ve just beta read a book for this author – Michael Ross – and without wishing to sing his praises too much, I feel compelled to let you all enjoy his offerings as much as I did.
Whilst the book I beta read is not yet out, he does have a couple of other books that will no doubt interest you.
A Face Not Seen
Martin Russell spends his last coins on a bus ride out of the city with barely enough motivation to face the future. Then a chance incident near his home triggers a sequence of positive opportunities for him. His life, unexpectedly, could not be better.
That is, until the phone call informing him his friend Hannah has disappeared, and people’s lives will now change forever.
And who can be trusted? Certainly not the obsessive Nash nor the slimy underworld figure they call The Chemist.
How about John Staples, better known as Pin-up? Is his renewed friendship with Martin genuine or suspicious?
What is going on with Zachary and Bobby? One is a schoolboy drug dealer, the other is a disgraced ex-copper. What could they possibly have in common?
Why are their intertwined stories entitled A Face Not Seen? For the answer to that question, you would have to ask Xenon. But that is a problem, because no-one in their right mind ever questions Xenon…
Or if short stories are more your thing, then take a look at
Twenty Short Stories
Will the good deeds we do come back to us in different forms?
Should we always trust our instincts?
Is it ever too late to turn back?
These are of some of the questions posed in this imaginative collection of short stories involving amongst others; a public executioner, a super hero who’s half man-half wolf, a failed celebrity writer, a disillusioned taxi driver, a father and daughter facing the end of the world, an ugly journalist, and a policeman seeking justice.
Just some of the characters in this intriguing and imaginative collection of stories where all the characters have a tale to tell. A collection that will surely leave a mark on the reader.
These are available on Amazon this weekend (from Thursday/ Friday onwards) – FREE!
So, what have you got to lose?