The Paperback comes out – 2nd April 2012

I am delighted to announce that I finally published the paperback edition last week on March 29th 2012. I’ve been rigourously picking my way through, searching for any last errors which I may have missed, but it ended up as perfect as it could ever be and is now for sale as a printed copy at

I’ve bought a few copies for family and friends. And I’ve also just gifted a copy to the photographer who very kindly gave me permission to use an old shot of London, ‘View from St Pauls’ taken in the 1970s, which is used as part of the image of the front cover.

It’s all been very exciting, but in a way I am relieved it’s all done. I can now concentrate on my second book ‘Visions’ which is the first sequel. All I want now is just for others to enjoy my book and from the comments I’ve received, I am fast forming the impression that this is a book to be enjoyed.


About Helen J. Christmas

I am an English author and have written a series of novels, titled 'Same Face Different Place. Beginnings is a gangland thriller set in the criminal underworld of 1970s London. The second Book 'Visions' is a psychological thriller, set in Kent; a mystery that ensnares the owners of an historic, English Country House. Book 3 Pleasures contains suspense, thrills and YA romance, set in a backdrop of organised crime and at the advent of the British rave culture. There are 2 final books in the series, Retribution (Phase One) and Retribution (End Game) where the saga reaches its dramatic conclusion.
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