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This is a rather huge BookFunnel promo of 184 free samples of books of every type of genre you can think of. This promotion runs throughout December.

https://books.bookfunnel.com/samplesomethingnew/krhbbbg3jv

I have 2 free samples to give away by clicking the link above. The first one is for my suspense story ‘Examining Kitchen Cupboards‘, part of which was based on actual events. If you like the sample, the book itself is currently FREE on Amazon until the end of December.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07ZZJ47QH

More free books for Christmas can be found on this link: https://books.bookfunnel.com/christmasfreebies/s6hjtu0y94

Jill Hayes discovers that not all is as it seems in her new post as a college examinations administrator. When she turns whistle-blower and tries to report her findings to the authorities, she is horrified to discover that some people will stop at nothing to ensure her silence.  

Review from Anita Dawes:

Examining Kitchen Cupboards eBook: Turner, Stevie: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store Starting a new job is always fraught with tension, you worry whether you will be liked, and more importantly, are you able to convince them of your competence?

Jill Hayes is met with total disdain from her new superior, so when she questions something that doesn’t seem right, she is met with hostility on many levels.

If you discover something is wrong, could you be a whistle-blower, or would you hope that someone else would do it instead?

This story has it all, corruption and greed, and an interesting cast of fascinating and true to life characters. Although Examining Kitchen Cupboards is a work of fiction at its finest, you could be forgiven for thinking it seems far too real to be comfortable, and I’m sure some of it must be based on fact, which of course, makes it all the more chilling…

The second free sample from me is for ‘A Marriage of Convenience‘:

Gerrie Hermann, aspiring rock star from a rich South African family, has an unusual proposal for Sophie Woods when he meets her for the first time in their university canteen. Strait-laced Sophie has never done anything out of the ordinary in the whole of her 19 years. When she decides to take Gerrie up on his offer she has no idea that her decision is going to affect the rest of her life in ways that she could never have foreseen, even in her wildest dreams.

Review from Janet Gogerty:

This could be described as a fairy tale for our age; a story that crosses from last century into the present. There is a love story, but there is also the bad fairy. Here is a tale of young people making rash decisions and bizarre plans which the reader knows can’t go well, which we hope they won’t go through with… There are dreams that come true and dreams that fade. The final part of the tale keeps us in suspense; can the dark spell be lifted from our heroine, can she ever forgive?