New Release – The Sydney Quartet

Latest Release:
Meet Me at Harry's


Dear Readers,

I hope you enjoyed reading 'Shadow House' and 'Flank Street', and will go on to enjoy 'Meet Me at Harry's'. For those of you who are not familiar with Harry's Café de Wheels, it is an iconic pie cart situated in the Sydney suburb of Woolloomooloo. (Woolloomooloo & what a great name.) Harry's has been serving mouth-watering pies from the famous caravan since 1938, and is also a favourite late-night eating spot for Nick Miller, the main protagonist from 'Meet Me at Harry's'.

From now until release day on May 6, you can get 'Meet Me at Harry's' for just $2.99 ... normal price is $4.99.

Not only that, but if you take advantage of this pre-release special offer, and then leave a review, I'll reward you with a copy of 'Shadow House -- valued at $4.99 -- absolutely FREE! That's a total saving of 70%!


Available for pre-order now at your favourite retailer.

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Diminutive tough-talking ex-narco cop Stacia Black has discovered the key to escaping the violence and poverty ridden streets of Chicago.

Nick Miller runs a smoky bar in Sydney's Kings Cross. He's content with his life until Stacia appears and starts asking questions.
With his loyalties divided between his underworld acquaintances and his desire for something better, he steps off the edge.

Together, they enter a world of danger and deceit, put their lives on the line, and risk everything to gain a better future.

new release Meet Me at Harry's

Can they stay out of jail, stay alive, and stay together?
Find out in this tense, fast paced thriller.

Read an excerpt by clicking here


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Author: A.J.

I have written as far back as I can recall. Until 2011, that writing was just for me, or as rambling letters to friends and travelogues to the family. I never thought about why, or if others did similarly, and the thought of publishing never entered my head. Since I left England in 1979, I have been collecting experiences, people, and places. From the blood-soaked streets of Kampala, the polluted dust bowls of the Sahara, or the pristine ice floes of the Antarctic, I have gathered and filed them away. Some have recently squeezed through the bars of insecurity and are now at large in the pages of my first three novels. Others await their future fates.

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