I’m pleased to report that Treacherous Moon has been published in Paperback and Kindle and is also available to Kindle Unlimited subscribers. This is the twelfth in the Carlisle & Holbrooke series and it takes George Holbrooke to the expedition against the French island of Belle Isle in 1761. It’s a darker tale than the first eleven books, dealing with espionage and betrayal and the mental and physical exhaustion that comes with years of warfare. The book cover offers a foretaste of the subject.
You can secure a copy of Treacherous Moon on any of the Amazon websites but for convenience the following links will take you to some of the most popular national sites:
It can take a week for the all the Amazon sites to make the linkages with the other books in the series and to make the book available in all formats, so don’t be surprised if you don’t see the whole set of Carlisle & Holbrooke adventures advertised when you search for Treacherous Moon.
As always, if you would like a signed paperback copy, just contact me by replying to this post.
If you choose to read Treacherous Moon, I very much hope you enjoy the story.
*Falstaff explaining his nocturnal behaviour. William Shakespeare, Henry IV Part I