Hello Bookish Friends,
Thanks for joining me on my stop for the creative photo tour organized
by Love Book Tours @lovebookstours.
let me tell you a little about the book VILE by Keith Crawford.
- Title: VILE
- Author: Keith Crawford
- Publisher: Little Wonder Books
- Genre: Fantasy
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Elianor Paine is a Magistrate of the Peace in the Kingdom of Trist and a republican secret agent. She has 6 days to subvert her investigation, supplant war-hero Lord Vile, then coerce his adult children to start a revolution, before her masters discover the truth and have her killed. Just how far is she willing to go? And can she change the world without changing herself?
“Vile is a very strong book whose distinctive style and flow makes it extremely readable. The action scenes are well-paced and the descriptions very vivid and memorable, from the backdrops to the characters. It’s a great example of the genre.” Rebecca Barker, Speculative Fiction and Fantasy Specialist for The Literary Consultancy
“With strong characters in a deep and complex setting, Vile is a story of a world standing on a precipice – and the people about to make it fall” Toby Frost, Author of the Space Captain Smith and Dark Renaissance Series.
“Vile is a debut novel that reads like the work of a master in full stride. Keith Crawford combines seamless imagination, deft plotting and swirling action with lashes of original, wicked humour. From its opening scene, Vile hi-jacks the reader on a white-knuckle ride in the company of a fantastical array of characters who will linger in memory long past the last page.” Kai Maristed, Literary Critic and award -winning author of Out After Dark and Broken Ground.
Keith Crawford is a retired Navy Officer, a disabled veteran, a Doctor of Law & Economics, a barrister, a stay-at-home Dad, and a writer. He has written for collections of scholarly works, academic journals, and newspapers including The Economist. He has had more than thirty plays recorded or produced for stage, been listed in a variety of short story competitions (in spite of his hatred of short stories), and runs a radio production company, http://www.littlewonder.website, which regularly runs competitions promoted by the BBC to help find, develop and encourage new writers.