September 3rd, 2013

Featuring Alan McDermott

Today I’m very pleased to introduce you to Alan McDermott, author of Gray Justice and the two sequels, Gray Resurrection and Gray Redemption. Gray Justice alone has garnered 479 reviews on Amazon, so you can imagine that this series has captured the heart of a huge number of readers.

Later in September I’ll interview Alan McDermott, I might have a little excerpt, and I’ll post my review of Gray Justice here as well. Here’s a synopsis of the book:

When a son is killed by a career criminal who spends just a few months in jail for his crime, the father can either accept the decision of the court, or make his voice heard: When it happens to Tom Gray he chooses the latter and takes retribution to a whole new level. His five-day campaign reaches a global audience and the British government needs him alive, but four thousand miles away an up-and-coming figure sees the chance to make a name for himself and travels to England with one mission: kill Tom Gray.

Alan McDermott, Author

Alan McDermott lives in the south of England and is married with beautiful twin daughters. When he’s not creating clinical software for the NHS he writes short stories for his daughters and thrillers for everyone else. In his spare time he wishes he had more spare time…

Alan loves to have visitors on his website. His books can be found in many locations including, but not limited to:


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Frederick Lee Brooke launched the Annie Ogden Mystery Series in 2011 with Doing Max Vinyl and followed with Zombie Candy in 2012, a book that is neither about zombies nor sweets. The third mystery in the series, Collateral Damage, appeared in 2013. Saving Raine, the first book in Fred's entirely new series, The Drone Wars, appeared in December 2013, and was followed by its sequel, Inferno, in June 2014.

A resident of Switzerland, Fred has worked as a teacher, language school manager and school owner. He has three boys and two cats and recently had to learn how to operate both washing machine and dryer. He makes frequent trips back to his native Chicago.

When not writing or doing the washing, Fred can be found walking along the banks of the Rhine River, sitting in a local cafe, or visiting all the local pubs in search of his lost umbrella.

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