Month: December 2015

Last Stop: Paris Named Finalist in Shelf Unbound Competition for Best Indie Book

Press release from Shelf Unbound magazine Last Stop: Paris by John Pearce has been honored as one of six finalists in the 2015 Shelf Unbound Competition for Best Indie Book. Held annually, the competition, hosted by Shelf Unbound magazine, receives about a thousand entries and is, according to publisher Margaret Brown, “a highly competitive field.” “Last Stop: …

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Book Review: Time and Time Again, a twisty time traveler for the history buff

If you had one chance to go back in time and change history for the better, where would you go, and when? Hardly anyone would argue with Sarajevo 1914, when the Austrian archduke was murdered by a semi-competent Serbian anarchist, thus starting the fall of dominoes that led to World War I and, by extension, …

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Last Stop: Paris – “An International thriller that’s got everything”

Thanks to Harriet Welty Rochefort for her gracious review of Last Stop: Paris. She called it “an international thriller that’s got everything : a mystery and a love story with as its backdrop Paris, Miami, Bulgaria, Frankfurt and other points in Europe and the U.S.” Most American lovers of Paris know Harriet as one of the foremost interpreters of Parisian …

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