Friday, 31 May 2019

Friday Freebie – Brotherhood by David Beckler

The winner of last week's  Friday Freebie book is Jen.  Please contact Alyson with a UK postal address and she'll send it out in the next few days.

Today's Friday Freebie is Brotherhood by David Beckler.

About the Author: I write fast-paced action thrillers populated with well-rounded characters.

I began writing in 2010 and use my work experiences, particularly my time as a firefighter in Manchester, to add realism to my fiction.

I live in Manchester, my adopted home since 1984. In my spare time I try to keep fit—an increasingly difficult undertaking—listen to music, socialise and feed my voracious book habit.

Join my mailing list to get a free copy of my novella Forged in Flames. My twitter handle is @DavidBeckler1

About the bookBrotherhood, published by Sapere Books in January 2019, is the first novel in The Mason and Sterling series and centres on two ex-Royal Marines, Byron who now runs a security company and Adam who is a firefighter. A strong cast of characters support the protagonists.

David is working on the final edits of the second in the series, The Profit Motive. Brotherhood is set in Manchester and The Profit Motive in Manchester and Wenzhou, China.


Blurb: When Byron Mason’s estranged nephew, Philip, rings him out of the blue in desperate need of help, he knows he must put his personal feelings aside to protect his family.



A teenage boy has been murdered, and Philip is one of the suspects.



Worse than that, the dead boy was the nephew of Ritchie McLaughlin – a local thug who Byron has clashed with in the past – and Philip has now gone missing. 


Desperate to clear Philip’s name, Byron enlists the help of his old friend Adam Sterling to track down the real killers. 

You can buy the book as a paperback or ebook here. To try to win a signed copy, posted to any UK address, simply leave a comment below by midnight on Wednesday. The winner will be announced next Friday.

Free ebook – Not A Drop To Drink by Patsy Collins.


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sounds interesting but I'm not in the UK so can't put my name forward.

Gail Aldwin said...

I'd love a chance to win this novel.

Alyson Read said...

I would love to win this signed copy!

Unknown said...

An intriguing blurb.
Ann

Celia said...

It looks like a somewhat alarming read - but worth the palpitations!
Well done Patsy, er - can you translate your titles????