“Really, what’s not to love? Style, check. Grammar, check. Plot, check. Character development, double check. I rate Darkest Before the Dawn 4 out of 4 stars. If you enjoy good murder mysteries and thrillers, you should read this book”
For folks in Ottawa A Twist of Fortune is available at Books on Beechwood and Chapters. If your neighbourhood Chapters doesn’t have it in stock, ask them to order some copies.
Don’t Forget about these August Events
Provincial Seamen’s Museum Special Event August 6, 2015
We are also thrilled to announce that we’ve been asked to do a very special event at the Seaman’s Museum in Grand Bank. On Thursday August 6 there will be a series of readings from the Sgt. Windflower Mystery Series along with music from a popular local band, The Pidgeon Family who play traditional Newfoundland tunes and favourites. There will be a book signing and light refreshments afterwards. Admission will be free and open to all. 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. at the Provincial Seaman’s Museum in Grand Bank
Costco St. John’s Book Signing August 8, 2015
Costco has been onboard with Sgt. Windflower Mysteries since near the beginning and have been very supportive (and sold lots of books). We are also very excited to report that they will be hosting a Book Signing for a Twist of Fortune at the store on Saturday August 8.
See you at Cosco St. John’s on Stavanger Drive at 12:00 on Aug 8.
Mike Martin is the author of the Sgt. Windflower Mysteries which are set in Newfoundland at the easternmost tip of Canada. His latest book is A Twist of Fortune, available from Amazon in paper and Kindle all over the world, and in Canada through Chapters/Indigo/Coles and select independent book stores.
A Twist Of Fortune is a piece of crime fiction set in and around Grand Bank Newfoundland, Canada. Sergeant Winston Windflower is a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. This is the fourth book about the sergeant. The book opens with Windflower’s girlfriend, Sheila, being taken away in handcuffs at a community protest about the closure of the local fish plant.