OK, SO IT’S ANOTHER BOOK

As those who know me well will tell you the moment I finished a video script, a programme or a book I hate it. Yes, I push it out into the world almost hoping no one will notice.

But not this latest book. Now, it will either sink without trace or hit the heights. It will mess with the reader’s mind, puzzle them, infuriate them or thrill them. I have no idea how it will be received.

However, it is different, very different. I’m not exactly breaking new ground here, but there is a Reader Beware warning before you get to page one, so if Amazon takes you to Chapter One, please press the Go To Button and flip on from the cover.

Polly London was found on the steps of a polyclinic in London when she was only a few hours old. She was approaching thirty when she received a text telling her she had won over £150 million in the national lottery.
A whole new world opened up, but would it change her for better or for worse?
How do you react to winning a fortune? Do you keep it a secret or shout from the rooftops?
Polly did both, with alarming consequences. From that moment, her life took two separate paths, but at every step of the way, she was unaware of a shadowy figure that followed her all over the world.
Who was he and what did he want?
This is a book with a difference, with an ending you’ll never expect!

And I promise you it all becomes clear in the end.

mybook.to/Polly1

Available in eBook and print, also read for free in KU and only $/£0.99 for this week only. You can save $/£2.00 by grabbing it now.

And I’d love some feedback if you have a moment to spare.

Take care

Lucinda

LUCINDA’S BOOK CHOICE 2020 PART 1

My Goodreads list will tell you I have not met my challenge this year, but I have exceeded it and read well over 100 books. Those I review for Readers Favorite are not listed there and I have also beta and alpha read more books than I can remember.

The list below includes the first three books of those I’ve enjoyed and remembered long after I have read them – because they had an impact on me. They educated me, entertained me, shocked me, while some made me laugh and others made me cry. All of them were memorable for one reason or another.

I’m publishing the list in no particular order, other than when I read them. I hope you take a moment to explore a few and share my love of books. At the age of 7 I was threatened with eye surgery from all the hours I spent under the bedclothes reading with a torch. But I never had any regrets!

HOW DARE THE BIRDS SING – by Marina Osipova

A DANGEROUS FORTUNE    by Ken Follett

Ken Follett is one of my favourite authors and his earlier books are the best. This one was published in Kindle in 2008, and is set in late 19th century England. The story had me glued to the pages as a drowning of a young lad at a public (ie expensive private) school has terrible repercussions that continue for years. I also loved the peep behind the scenes of the banking world. I also enjoyed the way he tied up all the threads in the ending.  

FALSE IMPRESSION   by Jeffrey Archer

Another of my favourite authors of all time. Again, this book has been out for well over a decade but it is as fresh as the day it was published. It combines the 9/11 disaster with the art world as Anna Petrescu escapes across the world to uncover a cruel murder. Another page turner when the dishes pile up in the sink. It kept me guessing and reaffirmed my love of the books this author has written. He is a master of his craft.

These are the first three. Look out for more in a day or so.

In case you’d like to check out my books, these are the links to my Amazon author page, and my brand new web page. Several of my books have been translated into Spanish and Portuguese and a couple into Mandarin!

https://lucindaeclarkeauthor.com author.to/Lucinda

Stay safe and take care

Lucinda