YOU SHOULD BE READING MY BOOKS - NOT THIS, but please read on. I was born in London years ago and have travelled the world. I served in Egypt with Her Majesty’s Armed forces and spent interesting years there. My wife and I settled in New Zealand in 1963 and are still settled. New Zealand is a good place to be. I worked every facet of the meat industry until 1984 when I moved into real estate sales and enjoyed glorious years with the top real estate company in New Zealand; HARCOURTS. My success with them is well documented. Mary and I have 4 sons – 8 grandsons and 3 granddaughters. I love music and fulfilled a dream a few years back by travelling to Memphis and Nashville. It was worth the wait. I love to write and have written 10 crime thrillers which appear on these pages for sale as E BOOKS at competitive prices for the world to read. On The Lip Of A lion is a crime thriller – set in Auckland NZ and is available now as paperback: ISBN1-877315-13-3. Many people have enjoyed it. Watch this space for news of gripping reading being released. I have just released 'There Is No Hiding Place'. Crime thriller - hard work to write making it easier to read. You won't be disappointed.
Ten people of senior years reveal the secrets of their lifetimes. Read what brought them to Winter’s Song, a place for the aged and infirm, as they unlock their minds to reveal their personal stories of struggle and success on their journeys through the sensational 20th century. Personal tragedies and world wars left their marks on their hearts and minds.
In 1940 the bombs fell on London’s East End and the Green family wilted under the blast. Eleven siblings torn apart by the war were dispatched far and wide to evade the wrath of Hitler. Stepney Green was weeks old, his sister Tess two years when sent to East Anglia to live with an aunt. They were reasonably safe from the war, but never safe from death which lurked in the hedgerows of Poplar Farm.
Take the time to read a good book. Noisy wheels have not allowed me much time for reading these days, but Dalmation Daisy tramped her big paws across my screen and I had to read a chapter, or two, or three and more. As dog lover I no longer have a dog. This work by CAS PEACE makes me wish I did. Those people blessed to share their life with a four-legged friend will understand the full joy of dog loving and dog owning, (really they own you,) but it is seldom considered when overcome with the joy of the moment with a new puppy that they will outlive that sweet creature, but most times that happens. For the Love of Daisy covers the full cycle of the partnership, the shifting emotions, the sunshine and the shadows and identifies strongly with the emotions stored inside dog lovers. CAS PEACE does it so well. Her writing flows in the smooth style of her other novels that have made her the success she is. Read a good book. Read For the Love of Daisy and be glad.
RJ New Zealand