Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Writing - Grace and Favour early 5* review




Another book is trickling its way into the public consciousness. Why do I do it? It's like asking a smoker why they smoke.



The answer lies in the human proclivity for addiction and obsession. So here is another of my 'children' for public consumption.


Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Format: Kindle Edition
I have traveled with Patrick Steele through a myriad of David L. Atkinson’s novels, and there are some absolutes. He is tough. He is resilient. He does not mind taking an enemy down because, believe me, his villains are the kind that need taken down.

Steele lives by and the gun and by the fist, but, yet, he is always genteel, polite, and the perfect English gentleman. He loves his food. He loves the lady at his side. And deep inside, he is conflicted about love and his fate in life. He’s good at what he does, but there is a hint of guilt after his actions. He is a man who is asked to do what others would never do, and he does it out of loyalty and the knowledge he can do it.
Grace and Favour is a continuation of the exploits of Patrick Steele. He’s British to the core, which is what I like about him, and this time his mission takes him from England to Canada, and he knows something isn’t quite right. An easy wave of paranoia sweeps over him. Back home, disaster strikes, and his judgment is clouded with doubt.

Have friends become the enemy? Can he trust his friends or the girl he loves? Has he become the target? Will this be his last job? Will it end badly? Will it end with Steele lying in a grave somewhere? Who wants him dead and why? And how can he protect himself, track down kidnappers on the loose in two continents, and still find the missing child in time? Failure is not an option. In a David L. Atkinson novel, it never is. Steele is on a wild and breath-taking ride, but no matter how tough and threatening the case may be, I’m betting on him. 



Paperback versions are only available from completelynovel.com currently. Please search under David L Atkinson and they do deliver pretty quickly.

Smashwords
There are currently two distributors who are covering the ebook version - follow this link,



To actually purchase from Smashwords it requires you to open account rather like Amazon, but the process is quite painless and it allows you to access for Kobo, Kindle, Nook, Barnes and Noble and many other outlets.

Amazon
At the moment the Kindle version is available from Amazon, paperbacks will come later or now from the Completely Novel link above.
The link for Grace and Favour on Amazon is below,


Or once again search under Books/David L Atkinson and then scroll through to Grace and Favour.

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