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Friday, 19 August 2011

Nowhere To Go - feedback

Just taking a moment out for a little shameless self-promotion. There have been a number of reviews posted recently around the web for my collection of crime short stories, Nowhere To Go. Here are some of the things that kind people have said:

"All the stories are very well-written and superbly devised, with a wonderful eye for detail in both the cast and settings, letting the reader catch a glimpse into the dark abyss of the human heart. And it's always the ending of each and every story which is the cherry on the cake….In short: A great set of deep and dark crime stories! "

"Great collection of 11 short stories. Had a hard time putting it down, I kept trying to read faster to turn the next page."

"A good selection of short stories, which I have to admit wouldn't usually appeal to me but I throughly enjoyed them, and would pick up another book by this author without hesitating."

"Iain Rowan has hit a home run with Nowhere to Go, his short story collection. From the sad to the macabre, his stories take the reader on a fascinating journey into the darker elements of humanity. Each story is complete and self-sufficient. The writing is tight and professional and the plots intriguing. I highly recommend this book."

"Rowan offers an amazing fluidity of narrative; from the first paragraph it was a question of sitting back and allowing myself to be carried along by the flow."

"But there really isn't a bad story in the bunch. Nowhere To Go is classy and clever Brit Grit at it's best."

(All from Amazon, LibraryThing and Goodreads).


Sound interesting? Check it out on Amazon (US | UK) for Kindle, and for Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry, and on Smashwords for Sony, Stanza, and other e-readers. It's published by Infinity Plus.

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