Trig Tregaskis


I am an ex-pat from Rhodesia originally and currently residing in Hillcrest in Natal South Africa. I have been in the Finance business for over 30 years after leaving Rhodesia. To those who do not know; Rhodesia is now Zimbabwe. Previous to the Financial days, I promoted Singers and Big Bands, was the local go-to guy at Radio Ltd Record bar and ran a coffee farm in the Vumba. . Did several commercials for RTV and was a radio presenter and DJ for Radio Jacaranda in Rhodesia. I am also a war Vet having served in the Royal Rhodesian Regiment and also the Rhodesian Light Infantry during the Rhodesian War.

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Are You Rich Yet?
Price: $1.50 USD. Words: 10,460. Language: English. Published: August 5, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Motivational
ARE YOU RICH YET? If your answer is NO, then maybe you should take note of what I have to offer in this unique book.

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Smashwords book reviews by Trig Tregaskis

  • Conflict of Interest on Oct. 29, 2013

    Best thriller I have read in a very long time. Edge of the seat, nail biting drama. I felt I wanted to go and get revenge on behalf of the mother who lost her son. How she gets it eventually is an anti-climax - if it had been me, I would have made the people suffer first. Very well worth the read. It has funny and sad moments in it and I hope the author writes a sequel. Well written. Great book.
  • Tavonovich ~ Spy Anthology on Oct. 29, 2013

    Excellent series all wrapped into 1. I am half way through the book and I am seriously enjoying the read. Wonderful characters with flaws, edge of the seat drama, plenty of humor and a lot of action. I have read the first 3 and the author has done her homework on espionage and its effects. The biting sarcasm on occasion is hilarious and the endings for each one melting into the next book is highly entertaining. I really love the authors main character of Tavonovich, the Russian equivalent to James Bond. Well worth the read for those who love thrillers and spy stories.