Review of A Twist of Fortune by Don Graves D.D. Mystery Reviews

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A Twist of Fortune

Review of A Twist of Fortune by Don Graves, D.D. Mystery Reviews

“A Twist of Fortune is compelling story telling, a change of pace from action without reason and a celebration of life that includes crime solving.”

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3 Favourite Bookstores to Buy A Twist of Fortune

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A Twist of Fortune

 

One of the joys of being a writer is to see your books on the bookshelves of a book store. It’s even better when it’s in one of your favourite bookstores. Here are 3 of my favourite bookstores where you can find the new Sgt. Windflower Mystery: A Twist of Fortune.

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Review of A Twist of Fortune on Kindle Book Review: “A solid and absorbing read “

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A Twist of Fortune


Review of A Twist of Fortune,  A Sgt. Windflower Mystery on Kindle Book Review

“A solid and absorbing read “

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A Twist of Fortune is now available as an E-Book

A Twist of Fortune is now available as an e-book for only $2.99

Here’s where you can buy it:

AMAZON:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00W4CKGBA

BARNES & NOBLE:
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-twist-of-fortune-mike-martin/1121721096

BOOKLOCKER:
http://booklocker.com/books/7981.html

ITUNES:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/a-twist-of-fortune/id985784123

KOBO:
https://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/a-twist-of-fortune-1

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Killing Off Characters

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A Twist of Fortune

One of the most difficult decisions I had to make in my latest book, A Twist of Fortune, was to let one of the characters die. Not one of the main characters or gawd forbid the protagonist, because then the series would be over. I won’t tell you who it was, other than to say that it was a very friendly character that almost everybody inside the story (and readers too!!) liked and enjoyed. It was difficult because I tend to grow fond of the characters and except for the villains, would really like them to stick around.

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