The title says it all. Amazon have chosen my debut novel, A is for Angelica, as one their 100 Books promotion in October. It means you can snaffle the Kindle edition of the book for just 99p, which really is no money at all.
Now, I know that some of you may have already bought and read A is for Angelica. If that’s the case, please consider mentioning this promotion to a friend of confidante and pointing them in the right direction. Opportunities like this don’t come around too often for authors, so I’m genuinely grateful for your support.
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‘My life is different now. I don’t go to work. I don’t have an office. I stay at home, hide behind curtains and make notes. I wait for something to happen.’
Gordon Kingdom struggles with the fate of his seriously-ill wife while patiently observing and methodically recording the lives of those around him: his neighbours.
He has files on them all, including:
- Don Donald (best friend and petty thief)
- Annie Carnaffan (lives next door, throws footballs over the fence)
- Benny (the boy who paints with his eyes closed).
And then Angelica, the new girl (42) on the street, with her multicoloured toenails and her filthy temper. It’s when she arrives that Gordon’s world of half-truths really begins to unravel.
Faced with a series of unexpected events and a faltering conscience, he’s left with an impossible decision. Because in the banality of everyday life, what would you do if the unthinkable happened?
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