Check out The First Guerrilla, a new release by author T.J. Beach. It’s available for pre-order now on Amazon, and will be released on January 14th.
Here’s the blurb for The First Guerrilla: His father threw it all away on the wrong side of a failed rebellion against the military tyrant who rules his Caribbean homeland. A university scholarship offers a golden chance for his family to end its exile in the remote southern mountains until a brutal attack on a peaceful student march drives seventeen-year-old Sebastien Ochoa into the guerrilla army that defies the regime.
His family disowns him, murderous rivalries within the revolutionary movement test his loyalties, but there’s no going back when one of the dictator’s most sadistic military commanders executes the mother of the woman he loves. The First Guerrilla, a stand-alone story, is book one in a three-part series set in the 1950s.
T.J. is a former journalist from Perth, Western Australia. When not writing T.J.’s usually minding grandchildren or playing golf. T.J. went to the same English public school, Dulwich College, which produced authors Raymond Chandler, P.G. Wodehouse, C.S. Forester, and Simon Brett. No doubt this has influenced T.J.’s favoritism of light fiction/beach reads. When you get a chance, why not grab a copy of The First Guerrilla.
Or how about checking out T.J’s debut novel, Meet Me at The Hanging Tree?
Here’s the blurb for Meet Me at The Hanging Tree: Val’s boyfriend proposes—at last—and the romance-challenged slug can’t even get that right. So she’s off with best friend Stella for the vacation of a lifetime!
An RV breakdown strands them in a picturesque Australian small town. After starting work at a boutique winery to pay for repairs, Val gets a second job as a journalist. Her attraction to her editor, sexy smart-ass Tim, is teetering towards love when a mob-backed consortium’s campaign for a casino development turns nasty.
With her man facing jail and her career in the dumpster, Val must pit her doubtful detective skills against a field of suspects that includes organised crime figures, a biker gang and corrupt local officials.
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