One of the things I take into account when deciding whether I want to buy a book is whether the author has written more than one. It may not be fair but it's hard to escape the logic that if the first one was popular they will have written another.
I have wanted to make this post for ages but my second... and third only came out yesterday. I hope you will take a look - they are both available at Amazon. Thai Kiss is also available on Kobo and Barnes & Noble
Thai Kiss - a novel
Paul Murphy desperately wants to be a big shot but the pursuit of
fortune often comes with a heavy price. For Paul, it was the life of
his best friend and partner, Tommy, apparently murdered for encroaching
on a local drug gang's turf. Paul, a lowly hospital porter, fearful
that he'll be next, flees to Thailand to lay low while reconnecting with
Tommy's supplier in Pattaya. He meets the enchanting Yim and, veering
from his intended plan, starts to rebuild his life running a chain of
bars. Sonthi, a local heavy, offers protection for a price and the
corrupt Mongkut ensures that the police will always turn a blind eye.
So many want a share of Paul's success, but when greed prevails and they
get tired of sharing, it's Paul's liberty and life itself that are on
Something Must Be Done - a short story
America is rocked by another high school shooting. Something must be
done and the solution is simple. When evil people have guns, the only
way to protect the vulnerable, is to arm the good guys. After all, God
made men but Samuel Colt made them equal.
Sam Bailey is only twelve
years old when he arrives in the USA from a sleepy village on the east
coast of England. He has already experienced at first hand how violence
can tear a family apart, but nothing can prepare him for life in the
loudest, brashest and most confident country in the world.
latest massacre occurs only a hundred miles away, the question everyone
is asking is: could this happen at Sam's school?.
make your mind up about how children should be kept safe at school, read
Something Must Be Done, it will make you think again."