Review copies of Last Stop: Paris are still available

UPDATE FRIDAY AFTERNOON: Two copies are left.

I found a few remaining paperback review copies of Last Stop: Paris, which I’ll make available to anyone who would like to read it and post a review on Amazon. If you aren’t familiar with it, you can click the cover image in the sidebar to see the first 10%.

The book is selling well, and the Amazon reviews have pretty much matched the rave it received from Kirkus Reviews. So far (on 19 reviews) it has a 4.8-star rating (of 5 maximum). I’m optimistic that it will eventually have as many reviews as Treasure of Saint-Lazare (145-ish), which is still selling well after three years on the market. It’s said that there’s no reason an ebook should go out of date, which makes sense when I look at Treasure.

Email me at this address if you’d like one of the paperbacks.

A New Story

There’s something new on the horizon. In a short time (I know better than to promise a date) Lauren 3D cover for ads Wed 03-09-16 (5er)I’ll publish a short story telling the history behind the plot of Treasure and Last Stop. It will be titled Lauren, and will tell the romantic story of Eddie Grant’s courtship of his first wife Lauren during their college days in the ’80s.

Lauren will be an ebook only, and I plan to offer it free to all my blog subscribers.

(Thanks again to Jane Dixon-Smith for the cover design. This is her third for me.)

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One Reply to “Review copies of Last Stop: Paris are still available”

  1. I read “Last Stop: Paris” and enjoyed it as much if not more than “Treasure of Saint-Lazare”. Being a native Parisiènne, as well as a long time resident of Sarasota, I love the way John places his characters in both or either venue, as well as how well he defines them. He is truly a fine writer!

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