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    Blog Tour: Beyond the Funeral by Peter Marshall (Guest Post)

    Hi friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Beyond the Funeral by Peter Marshall and I am bringing you a guest post. Enjoy!

    Beyond the Funeral by Peter Marshall
    Genre: Thriller
    Published by: Self-published
    Pages: 225
    Release date: 18/10/2020
    Where to find: Amazon
    Summary: “Beyond the Funeral” is a fast-moving spy thriller in which even the Russian secret service is fallible as they are outsmarted by the British and US agencies. A senior Russian diplomat goes on trial in the UK for conspiracy to poison a woman working for the Royal Navy in Portsmouth who had embarked on an on-line romance with a man who turned out to be a spy. He was “The Russian Lieutenant” in the author’s previous book which ended with the funeral of the woman – and now there are the inevitable reprisals by Moscow, including another poisoning attack in Portsmouth.

    Along the way, readers will discover Samantha Lord, a new central character who gets her baptism of fire as a CIA operator with two risky assignments –in the first, she flees gunfire from a drug gang in Mexico and in the second she sets out to seek a group of Russian cyber-terrorists in Canada.

    Meanwhile, the Russian spy who posed as a naval officer for his on-line “affair” with the British woman is returned to Moscow in a dramatic spy-swap and is reprimanded by the GRU hierarchy … but he then makes an unexpected reappearance at the end of the story.

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    Blog Tour: Dad! I’ve Hurt Myself! by Andrew Rogerson

    Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Dad! I’ve Hurt Myself! by Andrew Rogerson and I am bringing you an extract. enjoy!

    Dad! I’ve Hurt Myself! by Andrew Rogerson
    Genre: Picture book
    Published by: Clink Street Publishing
    Pages: 36
    Release date: 01/04/2021
    Where to find: Amazon
    Summary: This is the story about how a dad tries to distract his daughter when she has hurt herself or feels ill. These are all real moments.

    Written by Andrew Rogerson, this book is for anyone who enjoys reading time with their children. It especially highlights the unique relationship between a father and his daughter and shows how acting silly can sometimes distract and defuse a tricky situation.

    The book is beautifully illustrated by Christopher Dodd who has a unique perspective because he has known the author for many years and has seen Poppy grow up from being a toddler. The illustrations offer an insight into the world of books and well-known children’s characters providing a wonderful point of discussion between parent and child.

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