Spotlight: Poppy Flowers at the Front, by Jon Wilkins

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This is my stop for Damppebble Crime Blog Tours‘ book tour for Poppy Flowers at the Front. You can also pop over to See Sadie Read and find my review.

Poppy Flowers at the Front

Poppy Flowers at the Front
by Jon Wilkins
Historical Fiction, LGBT, Crime Thriller
Publisher: Brigand London
Out March 2020

About the book

Poppy Loveday
Poppy Loveday
Élodie Proux
Élodie Proux

1917: with her father in the British secret service and her brother Alfie in the trenches, under-age Poppy Loveday volunteers against her parents’ wishes to drive ambulances in France. We follow her adventures, racing to save wounded men driven to the Casualty Clearing Station, and back to the Base Hospital.

During one battle she finds Élodie Proux, a French nurse, at a roadside clutching a dead soldier. Poppy rescues her. Élodie becomes her dearest girl as they fall in love.

Poppy and Élodie encounter frightening adversaries at the Western Front as well as away from it during the closing weeks of World War One.

About the author 3Jon Wilkins is 65. He is a writer. He has a gorgeous wife Annie and two beautiful sons. He loves to write. He hopes you enjoy his poems and stories.

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Book Blitz: The Marauders of Pitchfork Pass, by Clay Houston Shivers

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The Marauders of Pitchfork Pass

by Clay Houston Shivers

Historical Fiction, Old West, Western

Date Published: August 2020

Publisher: Gunslinger, A Next Chapter Imprint

It’s 1873, only a few years after the Civil War, and the West is changing. But there is still one town where good citizens can feel safe.

When the sheriff of Silver Vein is killed, it’s up to saloon keeper Curly Barnes – an admitted coward – to see that justice is done. Along for the ride are two legendary Texas Rangers, the soon-to-be-famous outlaw Johnny Ringo, and a couple of brothers who like to play with dynamite.

But after the dust settles, who will be the last man standing?

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About The Author


Clay Houston Shivers is an American novelist currently living in San Francisco. He grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, but spent every summer at his grandparents’ ranch near Georgetown, Texas. He first became fascinated by the American frontier and discovered his love for westerns. He attended college at SMU in Dallas, Texas. For the last twenty years he has worked as an advertising copywriter.

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Book Blitz: The Ninth Passage, by Dale O. Cloninger

The Ninth Passage
The Ninth Passage
by Dale O. Cloninger
Historical Fiction

Publisher: Newman Springs Publishing

 

Controversy abounds when a WWII veteran turned choir teacher has romantic relationship with student.

Alec Driver, a WWII veteran with advanced degree in hand, secures the post of choir teacher at a small town high school on Florida’s west coast. He quickly falls in love with a bright, talented and attractive student. Community outrage demands his dismissal prompting influential citizens to affect his rescue. National recognition for his choirs unprecedented performance of Beethoven’s NinthSymphony vindicates his supporters, or so it seems.

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About The Author

Dale O. Cloninger is Professor Emeritus and former Dean at the University of Houston-Clear Lake and now the author of two novels (Death on Demand his first). While fiction, The Ninth Passage is based on his experiences while growing up on Florida’s west coast during the 1950’s.

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