While as a newly published author who is trying to market and sell my own novel I know this will seem like an insane plan and readers will wonder, why is she promoting another writer's books?! Well, in this crazy, dog-eat-dog world we live in I honestly believe that we all need to help each other and if I like something I want people to know it.
On Lulu.com and a couple on Amazon.com now any read who enjoys action/thrillers or military themed books will just love the books by Roger Cave. When I first previewed his first novel, the Barcza Gambit, it struck me so much how Roger's writing style reminded me of so many of the authors I love who write the Mack Bolan, The Executioner series these days or another favorite military series I like written by Chet Cunningham. His style and skill is superb and if he's not picked up by a national or world-wide publisher in the next few years then someone in the publishing field needs to be shot!
On Lulu.com(yes, I'll give a link) he has his complete series(so far) in his Alec Fincham series which is five books so far. His main character, Commander Alex Fincham, is a former Royal Marine who now serves in the Special Boat Squadron. He and his squad face dangers in some well written scenes that never lack for action or excellent description.
I've had the pleasure of buying three of these books and reading all the way through the first two. I'm working on the third one and will certainly be getting the last two very soon. I've come to value his opinion on the Lulu forums and he's a great man to chat with there as well.
So for all you book lovers who love those action series that seem to dwindling off(at least the good ones) I hope you'll take the time to look this author up at his Lulu store:
Also for those who prefer Amazon.com, see the versions over there:
The Barcza Gambit: http://www.amazon.com/Barcza-Gambit-Roger-Cave/dp/1847990061/
Or just do an advance search on Amazon for his name.
All mentions of the above are done with respect to the author and all that legal stuff. No reproduction of anything may be done without his permission.
Finally, so everyone will quit rolling their eyes at this promoting deal I'll throw in also that Celtic Evil: A Fitzgerald Brother Novel: Roarke is available on Amazon at:
It's also newly on Kindle on Amazon: