Pay Attention, please.

Dear friends and readers,

Ailsa Abraham’s “Attention to Death” is currently free for Kindle Unlimited users!

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My latest novel, Attention to Death, has been gathering very good reviews from intelligent readers who took notice of the blurb and understood that the two investigators were gay.

I am thrilled and grateful that people with some brains have found it worth Five Stars. It makes up for the bigots who demanded free copies only to slate it for the sake of prejudice.

5.0 out of 5 starsGripping to the end

5.0 out of 5 starsA compelling read

5.0 out of 5 starsLoved it

4.0 out of 5 starsSuch an Apt Title

4.0 out of 5 starsCompelling and enjoyable read

And for the next two days it is FREE with Kindle Unlimited during the Crooked Cat Easter Sale. Grab your copy now if you haven’t already.

“”In Attention to Death, Ailsa Abraham pulls off something I wouldn’t have thought possible – a steamy romance…

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Book Review: Grave Peril

Dear friends and readers,
Karen Johnson’s review of ‘Grave Peril’ (The Dresden Files, #3) might lead to a new book for your TBR list – as it is now on mine. 🙂

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Grave Peril (The Dresden Files #3)

byJim Butcher(Author), James Marsters(Narrator)
The story just gets better and better as it moves along. Though each book is basically a standalone, the story is advanced every time because we always know what has happened before. They are also always at least a year or two after. Every book introduces new characters who Harry gets to interact with and maybe become friends with. The world that they live in is our world with the only twist being that the fantastic and mystical exists, and who wouldn’t want that.

The barrier between reality and the never-never is thinning. Ghosts are coming through and causing a lot of trouble in Chicago and people still do not believe. Harry has been invited to attend Bianca’s elevation in rank within the Red Court of Vampires. While Harry did not consider going the invitation was…

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