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Wednesday, 2 April 2014

'Story flows beautifully...'

My noir western Bullets for a Ballot has been sitting around with 30 reviews on for quite a while. Now, after the publisher has promoted it on twitter, it has hit the bestseller lists again:

#7 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Westerns
#8 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Crime Fiction

It's only an e-book at present.

I’m also grateful for the three latest reviews:
1. Cash Laramie is always up for a bit of mayhem - he just loves killin' bad guys. All the elements to keep the story rolling along are there...

2. Old west politics, women voters and gun fighters drive this page turner through action packed scenes of justice. All is not as it seems as the race is manipulated by crazed supporters and violence... Was this review helpful to you?
3. When you read a book your best hope is that the book will be interesting enough to finish, not only did I finish but this story was the best I have read lately. The characters were very well developed along with the story line… The story flows beautifully and historically from page one to the very explosive ending, that you will have trouble turning the pages fast enough. The combination of action and emotions run from gun fighting, burning buildings, corruption, sex, love, anger, hatred, disgust, death and deep, deep loss but keep you so engrossed to the very end. And let me tell you I never saw this ending in my wildest imagination. Keep your tissues handy because you will need them, but don't miss out on an excellent western read.
My thanks to reviewers (1) ‘scriber’, (2) Sam B. Wagner and (3) D.D. Gott.

And on the ratings are:-

#4 in Kindle Store > Books > Fiction > Westerns

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