The Irish Influence – 17th March 2015

In honour of St. Patrick’s Day, I have plucked out a sample of Book 3 Pleasures, in advance of its release in April. Peter is a character who hails from Dublin – and making contact with a very old friend, in the midst of a tense trial.

“Don’t be daft!” Peter laughed. He took a long swig of Guinness, savouring its intense roasted flavour. He contemplated his next words carefully.

“Jake saw two men by the roadside. Not just Perry, there was someone else. Someone in overalls lying under the mini bus who Jake believed to be a mechanic. This is where your contact comes in.” He took a deep breath. “Seamus, if he was to confess his part in the conspiracy; that Perry hired him for the job… we might possibly have him nailed!”

Guinness image


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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