Gayle Ramage

Biography

Living in Scottish lowlands. Wish I could grow my own TARDIS.

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Books

Cigs, Bolan & Strange Men with Guns
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 5,500. Language: English. Published: August 8, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Short Stories
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1979 Britain. Darcy is stuck in London and in a dead-end job with a bunch of sexist tabloid journalists she reluctantly calls her colleagues. Escaping for a cigarette break, she witnesses a crime. A crime that defies the law of physics. How can the victim be dead when he’s not even been born yet? Darcy finds herself dealing with killers who make her an impossible offer.

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british    crime    drama    fiction    humor    humour    mystery    sci fi    science fiction    time travel   

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Smashwords book reviews by Gayle Ramage

  • Room Service on Oct. 16, 2011

    An entertaining read! To begin with I thought it was going to be a light-hearted affair with lovable ghosts, etc. I was wrong. A creepy tale, perfect for being read aloud on Halloween!
  • Room Service on Oct. 16, 2011

    An entertaining read! To begin with I thought it was going to be a light-hearted affair with lovable ghosts, etc. I was wrong. A creepy tale, perfect for being read aloud on Halloween!
  • Death Takes a Holiday (Cities of the Dead) on Feb. 03, 2012

    Enjoyable short read about the beginning of what will become a Zombie Apocalypse. The premise of the series sounds good. Different days of the apocalypse from the viewpoints of different people, in the US and across the globe. Will be checking out more in the series.
  • Foul is Fair on Aug. 22, 2012

    Politicians who are more than they appear to be, sneaky tabloid journalists, and a sexy latino witch-hunter are just some of the people Sam, a London-based witch, encounters in this fun little story. Written in first-person, the character of Sam, who narrates the story, has a unique voice. She's quite the witty lass! I'm really hoping Haplin writes more Sam stories in the future.