Hi there Exhibit A fans!
Its that time of the week we like to call round up time, and this week’s round up is looking The View from the Tower by Charles Lambert as well as a sneak peek of the first few reviews for The Man with the Golden Mind by Tom Vater.
The View from the Tower by Charles Lambert
“Another cracking novel from Charles Lambert that transports the reader to Rome. The things I love about Charles’ writing are the great style and the little vignettes that pepper the prose … When you read Charles’s work, you just KNOW you are in Italy!” – TripFiction
“Charles Lambert has produced an intriguing thriller that kept me guessing until the very end; a story that isn’t always easy to read but very rewarding once it all comes together. This is an author who is not afraid to portray people as they are, warts and all, and manages to make his readers care about them even when their actions are questionable. I’m in awe of this author’s writing and eagerly awaiting the third book in this Rome trilogy. I couldn’t have wished for a better start to my reading year.” – Marleen (Goodreads)
“A thriller and a page-turner, this book also has considerable psychological depth and I particularly liked the thoughtfulness of its main characters. Moving between the viewpoints of Helen, her lover Giacomo and her friend/colleage Martin, the most obvious question posed by this novel is who killed Helen’s husband Federico – but its deeper concerns are to do with relationships and this is what made it fascinating to me.” – Frances Gapper (Goodreads)
“A crippling tale of love, loss, redemption, violence, and political intrigue. THE VIEW FROM THE TOWER is a slow burning crime novel that’s more about retrospective relationships post death than the mystery surrounding the identity and motives of a killer… Author Charles Lambert, does a masterful job of engrossing the reader into this cushioned and somewhat isolated world as Helen comes to terms with her predicament. “ – Just a Guy That Likes to Read
“a superb, deeply thought-out book written by an author who recognizes the darkness of the human heart.” - Betty Webb, Mystery Scene Magazine
“Honest, sharp, beautifully written.” - Ann Cleeves, award-winning author of the Shetland series and Vera novels
“The View From the Tower is a true tale of intrigue. While Helen isn’t always likable, you are drawn into her journey as she struggles to deal with the guilt and shock of her husband’s sudden death, all while to determined to uncover what happened in the moment’s leading up to his demise. There are twists and turns aplenty, with the author leading readers on a merry chase to the diabolical mind behind it all.” – Games Fiends
And that’s not even all the reviews for The View from the Tower but for now we’re going to deliver on our promise and give you a sneak peek at some of the reviews coming in for the newly released The Man with the Golden Mind by Tom Vater.
The Man with the Golden Mind by Tom Vater
“A great spy thriller wrapped around a real mystery and a real crime. Hell, most writers are lucky if they can make up a central mystery that’s good enough to hold your interest. The Man with the Golden Mind is a rarity because the central mystery is not only mind-blowing but true.” – Terry Irving (Author of Courier)
“Looking for a good book? The Man with the Golden Mind will suck you in and take you on a thrilling and exhausting journey through the jungles of Laos and beyond. It’s a thriller not to be missed.” – Looking for a Good Book
“The Man with the Golden Mind certainly served up something very unexpected, and not exactly one out of the mould when it comes to thrillers. It left this reader with a wishlist that now includes the earlier book in the series.” – AustCrime
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