Author: Ian Andrew

Free Advance Chapters – Fall Guys – No Signups

For Christmas, the first chapter of Fall Guys was released free, but to download it, you had to sign up to an email list. I thought to celebrate the arrival of 2017, I’d release Chapter 1 & 2. However, this time using Book Funnel’s giveaway service, so no sign ups required. It couldn’t be simpler – To get your free chapters, click on the cover below: Wishing you a happy and prosperous 2017.   HAPPY NEW YEAR 2017 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click...

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Fall Guys

Thought I should post a quick update, as I’ve been getting asked quite regularly about it… Fall Guys, the third in the Wright and Tran series of novels, is due for release in March 2017. The last few chapters are being written, then a couple of months of editing and cover design before it is ‘let free’… into the world. The ‘close to final draft’ of the cover is on the left. Over the next few weeks, the pre-order links will go out and then I’ll be setting up a series of exclusive, early preview chapters, so keep an eye...

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Discovering Books – 2

I’ve just finished the most peculiar of books. It was mesmerising, deep, dark, twisted. A brilliant crime novel and one that was recognised with the Ned Kelly Award for best debut in 2014 from the Australian Crime Writers Association. So it shouldn’t have been a surprise that Hades, by Candice Fox was good. Better than good. The reason I say it was peculiar is wholly down to the characters. There are four main protagonists, with a healthy helping of intriguing incidentals, but these four, comprising three cops and a father figure, might just be the most disturbing collection of...

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A Surprisingly Round Number – A World War One Remembrance

Sixty-six years of death in twenty-four hours… and one man in particular. One hundred years ago today, on the 13th November 1916, exactly three thousand five hundred British military died[i]. It is a surprisingly precise, neat number given the unprecise, horrific conflict it stems from. But let’s just consider it. Three thousand five hundred. 3,500 deaths, in one day. That is more British military dead than died in Korea, the Falklands, the Gulf war, the second Iraq war, Afghanistan and all of the Northern Irish troubles, combined. Just let that sink in. More British military dead on that single...

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