GB Davies


My publicist would have you believe that I am as close to perfect as you could get, have already made the New York Times Best Seller list, and lead a conservative and perfect little life.
This author actually has a few vices; just the usual ones that most people have. To truly see reality let me paint you a picture. Artists and writers have been depicted over time as socially challenged loners who are ultimately driven to madness or drink, maybe both. Adding to this heady mix would be a daily over absorption of caffeine, nicotine and grape juice in the form of wine. Authors are individuals who are usually found bent over their typewriters, the scene lit only by a bare light bulb or oil lamp into the wee hours of the morning. Nocturnal creatures that sleep only by day ……
So there you have it! At the present moment I am almost guaranteed to be typing and sipping red wine or coffee depending on the time of day ….

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The First Few Frames
Price: Free! Words: 62,000. Language: English (New Zealand dialect). Published: November 28, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
(5.00 from 1 review)
Set in New Zealand, the plot twists around the existence of a secret sordid video. Richard a Private Detective, who filmed the video bribes Robert Worthing, a successful businessman who featured in the film and extracts a payment in return for the video remaining private. Complications abound resulting in the video falling into the wrong hands and the chase is on to destroy the video.

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  • Field of Vision on Jan. 06, 2014

    From the moment I picked up this book I was captured by a world viewed through American photographer Jake Mayfield’s eyes. The book is riveting and I could not put it down until the final word had been consumed. The scenes are described using carefully crafted words creating a vivid scene almost as if the reader was sitting in front of a screen watching in vivid Technicolor. If you are in the mood to be transported from your stress ridden mundane world to a tropical island where a personal vendetta and resultant miniature war play out, then this is your read. The story is packed full of sex, art, love, travel and survival. I have read this book twice and can thoroughly recommend that you invest a portion of your life engrossed in this story.