Day: November 8, 2019

Cover Reveal: Hunting Ground by LJ Morris

Today I am helping in the cover reveal for Hunting Ground (An Ali Sinclair Thriller) by LJ Morris. This one will be released on November 29th!  I haven’t read any of the previous books, but I like this cover! 

Book Description:

Freed from prison and back in Europe, Ali Sinclair has one job… find Frank McGill.

The information he has is vital if they are to end the conspiracy that threatens to bring down the Government and push NATO to the brink of war.

With terrorist attacks increasing and a mole at the top of the establishment, Sinclair and McGill will need to use all their skills to follow the clues across the continent in a deadly treasure hunt that drags them back towards London. But when you’re being hunted by assassins and the authorities… going home isn’t always the safest option.

 

 

 

What does the cover look like?????? Keep scrolling to find out!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Here it is:

About the Author:

LJ Morris is an author with a lifelong love of books and storytelling that he developed as a child. He spent most of the 80s and 90s serving in the Royal Navy as a Weapons Engineer and now lives in Cumbria, with his family. He currently works within the defence industry and continues to write at every opportunity.

His short stories have appeared in several anthologies including Volumes 1 & 2 of Best-selling author Matt Hilton’s anthology series ‘ACTION: Pulse Pounding Tales’.

Other anthologies he has appeared in include ‘Happily Never After’, ‘Wish You Weren’t Here’, and ‘Liminal Time, Liminal Space’ where one reader described his tale ‘True Colours’ as “Riveting and powerful

His first novel ‘Desperate Ground’ was published in May 2018 and attracted good reviews.

Contact LJ Morris:
Twitter
@LesJMorris
Goodreads

First Line Friday on Hiatus

This is just an FYI that First Line Friday will be taking a hiatus, and will hopefully start back in the new year (OMG: 2020!). If you have ANY suggestions for First Line Friday’s just let me know! 

Thank you! 

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