Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Book 3 from Robert Craven - A Finger of Night

Are you keeping up with the exploits of Eva Molenaar, Nick Brandt and his team? More action from these great characters in A Finger of Night as they continue their fight against the Nazis. While Eva is tracking what is happening to stolen art treasures, plundered by the Nazis, Nick is trying to find yet another new weapon being deployed with devastating consequences. Will this weapon be destroyed before even more damage can be unleashed?

Links to buy this book can be found here

Thursday, 30 June 2016

Long Awaited New Book From Kristen Stone

Yes, folks. I have been so busy editing and publishing books for our other authors my own work has taken a bit of a back seat. Added to the fact that my writing break never happened this winter!

  But I am pleased to announce I have finally finished my latest book. If The World Hadn't Changed.
A look at how we might be living if all the reforms of the past century and more had not taken place.
Some beta readers have found it a bit confusing because there are mentions of new technology in with some older attitudes. Don't try to place it in the past...this is the future!

Available now at all the usual places. See My Page for links.

Thursday, 16 June 2016

Coming from Monday 20th June 2016

The great adventure/fantasy book The Tower and the Eye has been available for some time.
Now all five stories that make up this saga are being released as individual books. The first four are novellas which set the scene for the final Nightbringer. If you would prefer to taste one or two before the big one you can now. From Monday the books will be released on Kindle Select, so you can get them for free to borrow if you are on Amazon Prime! Each day will see the next in the series released. As they are short novellas you can easily keep up if you wish.

The books are also on pre-order. Here are the links:

A Beginning  http://dld.bz/eBZHN
Party at Castle Grof  http://dld.bz/eBZHS
Freya’s Freedom  http://dld.bz/eBZJc
The Harp of Aleth http://dld.bz/eBZJh
Nightbringer  http://dld.bz/eBZJq

Book One: A Beginning

A mad King rules in Galivor. His sons vie for the right to become his official heir. While the youngest, Korin, chases the bandits plaguing the land, Loric sets out to plunder an abandoned dungeon.

With his dwarven bodyguard Grimhelm Drakesplitter; the eleven mage Lord Silvertree; Cleric of Espilieth, Lady Kalytia and the thief, Thiert of Galindren; Loric enters the ruins of a Dungeon of Doom on the outskirts of Pleasemore Village.

Little do they know they are being watched...

Book Two: Party at Castle Grof

Castle Grof has claimed the lives of many already, but Lord Harnaz of Valdez is determined to clear the menace of the dungeon underneath the ruins completely.

Drawn into the quest with a barbarian warrior, a monk of Tyr and an old friend, Aranok and his half sister, Ariana, begin to wonder if they will actually return to their home in the eleven realm of Alethdariel alive ...

Book Three: Freya's Freedom 

Freya has many assets, the least of which is her exotic beauty. Having been freed from the benign slavery of the Pleasurehouse, she journeys to Jinra to meet up with her brother Grald. Along the way she meets Sir Vrenstallien, Paladin of Espilieth, who insists on becoming her guardian.

In the next town the two become five, having been joined by Kraarz, an Urakh Shaman; Vox, his Otherworld Spirit Guide and Lin, an Elysian warrior on a quest of her own. It is just as well, for Freya is walking into a danger she is ill equipped to face alone...


 Book Four: The Harp of Aleth

Another border skirmish with the Franierens forces the Elves to send Lady Julissa Alethdan to hunt for the Harp of Aleth; a magical harp capable of healing the most tormented of souls and calming the fury of battle into peace.

This should be an easy task, after all, the dungeon she is entering was cleansed over a hundred years ago...

Book Five: Nightbringer

The Midwinter Solstice Beacons snake across Quargard as the Aracan Katuvana plots his next move. The surviving Heroes of the Dungeons gather to plan his demise. The Gods watch the Heroes and wait. Behind it all the Jar completes its designs, setting into motion a conflict that is intended to set the Dark Gods free once more.Who will prevail? Not even the Gods can tell...

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Available from Robert Craven

I'm pleased to announce Robert's first two books are now available on Amazon and all our usual platforms. Paperback version will be coming soon.

Join Eva Molenaar as she does her bit for the war effort in the Second World War.
Eva Molenaar: ingenue, muse, model, assassin - she's on a mission (or two) acting as a spy for British Intelligence.

And Meet Nicklaus Brandt, disillusioned solder, mountaineer, saboteur and lover.

Find out more on Robert's page.

Monday, 9 May 2016

Welcome to Robert Craven

It is with very great pleasure that I welcome Robert Craven to the list of Blue Hour authors. We have long admired Robert's work and I have helped him with some of his books. He brings his series of World War Two thrillers to us, Get Lenin, Zinnman and A Finger of Night with a fourth on its way.

As with all our books they are primarily published as ebooks, but all will be available as paperbacks, too.

Robert has been working with the cover designers S Squared Productions Graphic Art, who have made some fantastic covers for him.

Get Lenin is available now, check out  Robert's page for links. The others will be coming soon.

Saturday, 28 November 2015

Mine For Madness out today

Very pleased to announce the release of Mine For Madness from Bertram George.

Originally written for children but now upgraded to our adult list, this story is about greed, power and threats to the stability of life. A cautionary tale that could well be relevant to the world today.

For links to all stores visit Bertram's page.

Saturday, 31 October 2015

New Release - Out Today 31st October 2015

The Common Murders from our latest author S J Ridgway

Available at all the usual ebook stores and Lulu.

Thomas hears voices. They tell him to kill women with auburn hair.
Superintendent Cadema Sharma, SIO in London’s’ Metropolitan Police Service, is on a mission for justice. She is investigating five murders of young women. But each enquiry leads to a dead end. DNA left at the crime scenes is useless. Is this a serial killer or are copycats involved? Each suspect throws up more questions than answers. One victim has blond hair. An intended victim whispers the name Thomas, but later denies having said this. Being pulled in too many directions, Cadema must focus on the only suspects she has; none are known by this name.
So who is the perpetrator? What is his motive? Cadema needs answers now, before any more murders are committed.

For links to buy check out S J Ridgway's page.

Paperback version coming to more stores soon.