AUTHOR’S CORNER: Carnage at Clifton Court by David Cousland

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Carnage at Clifton Court

Sent off to the stylish Portofino with the sexy and ruthless Bernadette, the case is wrong from the outset but a daring rescue resolves the issues … or does it? When terrorism gets too close to home the job gets even tougher, who do they look for? Where will the attack be? They know it’s coming but … A break-in at his boss’s office, could this be related? Is it too much of a coincidence? Who knows? With tea and a teacake Matt falls into the arms of Martine, years younger, black and beautiful, their lives are soon caught up in the mayhem and carnage at Clifton Court. Can Matt and his team provide protection for the entire shopping centre / mall? Which way would you run from the sound of gunfire echoing around the vast halls and stores you love? Read the book and picture this at a centre near you.

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2 Responses to AUTHOR’S CORNER: Carnage at Clifton Court by David Cousland

  1. Thanks Patty. Not long ago the world was horrified by terrorist attacks in all sorts of places. There seems to be little answer and no way to stop them. I was shopping with my wife and letting my imagination wander and this scenario was in the process of being born. I’d used Matt Stewart in Scent of the Dragon Queen and was looking for another case to showcase his skills and also introduce new characters (particularly with his love for the opposite sex). His initial job was a farce when he and Bernie were fortunate or maybe skilled enough to escape. Following that escapade I wanted to show a little of the drudgery of day to day work with nothing going on and took this time to introduce him to Martine, a young black girl serving tea and tea cakes and examine his attempts to break down her resistance and her reluctance to be involved with a white guy. This relationship was a key part of the story and has a dramatic ending once terrorism moves that step closer and impacts so many people. Take a look and be careful when you shop. You never know. Thanks for reading xxx

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    • Patty says:

      Hi David.

      Thanks so much for sharing that with us.

      Be sure to reblog this onto your blog and send your blog URL for folks to peek into your blog.

      Even if you’ve not been there yourself for a while, folks might want to see some of your earlier works.

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