OPERATION: NORWAY, #7 in the S-Squad series, is out now.
Something has woken in the fjords, something big, and very hungry.
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OPERATION: NORWAY follows the survivors of the Scottish Special Forces squad from OPERATION: SYRIA.
It’s supposed to be a simple sanitation job, a post war scientific base that needs cleansed of anything that might prove incriminating to British and Norwegian governments.
But when the S-Squad try to complete their mission they are pursued in the mountains and fjords by something out of legend.
They have woken a sleeping beast.
Now it’s angry, ready for a fight. And it’s bringing its friends along.
Stephen King does it again! Though a quick read, King finds a way to get you into the story and he doesn’t let go. You find yourself rooting for the characters and sometimes you find yourself crying for them. I just loved this story. Short but sweet, it is.
Mariel of Redwall by Brian Jacques is the fourth book in the Redwall series.
All I can say is this series is so much fun to read. I highly recommend it.
Mattimeo by Brian Jacques is the third book in the Redwall series.
I just love this series. It takes me back to when I was a kid. It is so much fun to read!
THE HOLE, narrated by David A Wood, is new today on Audible
THE HOLE reached the top 100 overall in the Amazon Kindle charts, and reached #3 in Amazon Horror for all formats.
The origins of this one are simple – I heard two news reports on the same day.
The first was about a sinkhole in small town USA.
The second was about a strange inexplicable hum plaguing a large area of country.
I wondered… what if they were both in the same place?
From there it was only a short distance to the town, a roadside bar and diner, and a couple of odd-job men down on their luck and about to literally fall into a hole filled with their worst fears.
Soon the terror spreads, the town is cut off, and a band of survivors must find a means of escape…before their fear consumes them all.
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