Saturday, June 13, 2009

My Peer Review - Stella

Stella—blonde, leggy, sexy, mysterious—the kind of woman every man dreams about. Randolph Lowe is no exception. The woman described in the folder he holds has one attribute he considers less than attractive—she’s an assassin. As an officer with the M15 Protection Unit, his assignment is to find her and take her out—and not on a date.

Colin Galbraith’s recent release, Stella (her alias) turned out to be so much more than I expected. From the blurb, I prepared for a game of cat and mouse between hero and heroine, and boy was I surprised. There was a game involved, but with twists and turns I sure never expected. I can’t divulge more without making this a spoiler, but I have to say this author’s brain works overtime in finding ways to shock and delight his readers. His colorful descriptions draw you into the story and hold you there. I entertained no thought of putting the story down until I finished.

Travel the world as Randolph trails Stella. You’ll glimpse some fascinating cities. Feel the emotion as Agent Lowe battles the growing attraction he feels for his “target,” and be stunned at what he finds. I promise you won’t be sorry. Kudos, Colin for creative and entertaining read I’m proud to recommend.

Stella is available at Eternal Press.

Author’s Biography:

Colin Galbraith has published many short stories, poems, articles and reviews, in both print and online publications.

His novel, Hunting Jack, was serialized in 2004, and his chapbook, Fringe Fantastic: The Poet's Experience of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, was published by Smashing Press in December 2005 to critical acclaim. Poolside Poetry soon followed, published in March 2007.

Colin has published three e-chapbooks: Brick by Brick (2005), Silly Poems for Wee People Vol.1 (2006), and Selektion (2007). He edited his first anthology, Full Circle, in 2007 and his hugely popular children's poem, River Monkeys, appeared in the anthology, A Pocketful of Fun, published by Forward Press in 2006.

He is proud to be the Chief Editor and Publisher of The Ranfurly Review literary e-magazine, and an Associate Editor at The Scruffy Dog Review.

Colin lives in Edinburgh with his wife and daughter, two rabbits and a shoal of fish. He is a fully trained expert in the art of fake falling.

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1 comment:

Colin Galbraith said...

Thank you for such a wonderful review!

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