A Trooper's Wife

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Jennie....the retired Detective Sergeant. George, her husband, a retired Special Forces Trooper. Their past catches up with them but George is away. Jennie is left to deal with a threat to their very existence.
Thousands of pages have been written on "the will to live"......revenge might well be a significant ingredient. More

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About Peter Jackson

A retired single handed sailor with a love of dogs, rugby, golf and family not necessarily in that order. I get more curious as I get older and read books voraciously. I try and make my creations believable with an eye to "description"
particularly of those places I've visited personally which is most of the "locales" in my books.

I write because I love to write not as a means to pay the bills, although it would be nice as every "author" will tell you. For most, the marketing is far more difficult than the writing. The Irish Whiskey "Writer's Tears" is surely aimed at the marketing, effort not the tale itself.

There perhaps is the operative word.....my books are a tale, a yarn. Hopefully something to get lost in. The good guys wear white hats, the bad....black but quite often good is not good and bad is not bad. All will become clear.........even to me as I never know how it's all going to end until the end.....that's the fun of it!

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About the Series: A Trooper's Tale (3 Book Series)
Gema..born into a culture in the heart of Borneo with a headhunter for a grandfather. years later, through life experiences she finds herself a successful business woman in the heart of rural England.

George..a veteran of special forces stationed in Sarawak. after retirement he ends up a wealthy, influential businessman. they come together in a clash of cultures.

Also in Series: A Trooper's Tale (3 Book Series)


Peter Nicholas Farrell reviewed on April 1, 2015

Have read and like both "Trooper books". I agree with the previous reviewer about the editing but it is hard to be too critical if you are getting the book free.
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Clair Roxanna reviewed on June 9, 2013

A fine story well told. Characters are well defined, the plot is interesting and there is action aplenty. On the down side the editing is bad, not atrocious but bad enough to be distracting with missing words, incorrect usage and poor sentence structure. And please author learn that automatic weapons use magazines not clips. Cleaned up it would be a 5.0.
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