We’re pleased to see ‘Chantilly Dawns’ by Lissa Oliver selling so well in the Kindle store.
From James Tait Award and Longman History Award nominee, Lissa Oliver, comes a gripping horseracing thriller.
When top jockey Marcel Dessaint loses his racing licence, his whole world falls apart. Accused of deliberately pulling up healthy horses, Marcel is passed a verdict of ‘Gross Misconduct’ and forced to face the enmity of his peers. With a famous face and nowhere to hide in Chantilly, Marcel becomes an outcast in the only world he knows.
With The Derby now out of his reach, he struggles to overcome his own self-doubt, while battling to uncover the truth behind the horses’ defeats and clear his name.
As he gradually fears he may have been betrayed by one of his closest friends, he discovers all too late that it’s not just his licence on the line. Lives are at stake…
"A relevant, fresh and creative novel."
Sandra Phillips has been communicating with spirits since she was a child, but it wasn’t until she got older that she realised she had a unique gift.
When her friend Kitty is in the final stages of Motor Neuron Disease her deceased father appears to Sandra. He asks her to pass on a message of forgiveness to Kitty.
Sandra’s life is now in turmoil as she is encouraged both by Kitty and the world of spirit to use her gifts as a psychic and medium. She peels back the layers of her life and shares her development as a psychic with Kitty. As Sandra tells her incredible story Kitty makes her promise to write a book, so she can share her story with the world.
A Journey into the Light is a story about friendship, love and life after death.
Follow the link to read the full review of ‘Gabriel’s Gate’ by Tom Galvin from the Sunday Independent.