Taking a few minutes off from writing to a couple of deadlines:
Today, just found a great 4-star Amazon UK review of The Tehran Text.
"I don't often read a book twice, and this one benefits from a second
read as you can sort out the characters better and appreciate the
quality of the writing. The book opens in fine dramatic style, with an
assassination and more than a hint of psychic powers which quickly
dominate the story of Tana Standish and her action-packed adventures in
the middle east.
"The intricacies of the plot unfold in masterful
manner and I don't want to put the book down as Standish wriggles out of
one situation into another while playing mind games and trying to
rescue her friends.
"I enjoyed the Foreword - an unusual and intriguing insight into the origin of the book..."
Thank you Jlbwye. It would be great to learn that a lot more people have read it once, let alone twice! I really appreciate this reviewer's dedication; a good review also appeared for The Prague Papers. Trouble is, I now have to get the next in the series finished - The Khyber Chronicle. As they say, every silver lining has a cloud, or something similar...