Northern Star

Rated 3.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Rich wild child Carrie Marchant has made a sexy movie with a former lover, who she calls her Northern Star. The clip has got into the hands of a blackmailer. Carrie isn’t too bothered but her mother Rebecca calls in Lucy to investigate. However Sara, Carrie’s elder sister, would much sooner pay off the blackmailer. Lucy begins to understand why as she opens the can of worms that is Carrie’s life. More

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Words: 9,960
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301786183
About Saul Moon

I write thrillers and mysteries, with a little bit of romance, of course.

The Scorpian Visitant is an epic fantasy / mystery novel in which sixties teenagers Robbie Higgins and Louise Carlton travel to medieval Oakwood to find the Death Stone of Izar. On their fantastic Odyssey they find love and the reality of their mysterious origins.

The Brent Street Haunting is my second novel and was published in October 2013. It is a paranormal story of revenge and murder. Mr. Coates a self-styled African witchdoctor is hell bent on getting even with those he sees responsible for his death, whilst Evangeline Weekes takes the law into her own hands to serve brutal justice on corrupt and predatory members of the establishment. Through one disadvantaged boy Coates and Evangeline are inextricably connected.

My third novel is set in the fictional Deep South city of Duisburg. It is a white knuckle ride of a thriller which finds the evil Mr. Coates in league with a sadistic killer of young women to bring his plans to fruition. Amy Simms is a junior reporter on The Duisburg Star and is obsessed with hunky businessman Jake Webster. Only trouble is Jake is married to her best friend. Amy and Jake ride a rollercoaster of sex, blackmail and murder to stand together against the monstrous Coates. The draft of Duisburg Star was completed early July 2013. I have put it away and expect to publish it in January 2014.

My fourth novel "Amanda" is drafted at 105k words. It a dark thriller about a female sex-killer who is relentlessly manipulated to do her half sister's dirty work. Expect this to be published in the Spring 2014. I am currently working on a sequel to Amanda.

I also write short stories and have published several mysteries including Switch, Vacant Possession, You’ll Never Walk Alone, Double, and the Lucy Harlow crime stories featuring Oxygen Restriction, TV Torment, Opera Flowers and Northern Star.

Please feel free to contact me on Twitter or Facebook. I have also have a blog, see the hyperlink.

Regards and best wishes

Saul

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Reviews

Review by: Nora Lee on March 17, 2013 :
A bit of fluff. At the end of this short story a young girl is conveniently crying over the grave of the boyfriend she accidently shot and blubbers a confession. Her sister appears with another gun in hand and is going to shoot the female sleuth, but the other sister for some reason attacks her and they wrestle. The sleuth has been hit a glancing blow to the head and stands and watches the two women fight. The older sister wins and puts the gun.... You get the picture? This is too contrived to be enjoyable. The heroine is a genius at the beginning and a dummy at the end.
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Review by: Martin Sowery on Feb. 13, 2013 :
well written, tidy story. Some hack characters, but we are in a UK version of Raymond Chandler world so that is normal. I liked that the investigator had assistants and the relationship with them could develop with the series. NarratorĀ“s voice occasionally slips between jocular and neutral and sometimes moves from action to physical description and back again in a paragraph, which makes gears clash a little, but otherwise runs smoothly.
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Review by: Paul Rawlins on Feb. 11, 2013 :
I enjoyed this story. It has interesting characters and is well written and fast paced. It could be extended into a decent novel, which would give more time to build the suspense and mystery without sacrificing the quickfire nature of the story.
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Review by: hrhsophia on Feb. 08, 2013 :
Very short but packed with good story and lots of action!
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