It started one year, with one child. 'What do those children get?' she asked, and her mother told her, 'Not much.' The child had some shoes she'd outgrown. She placed them at the gate of the orphanage on Christmas Eve. The next year more shoes were left. Another year on and bags of clothing appeared. … Continue reading THAT ONE SPECIAL DAY
Well, it didn't look much - a cuddly toy, a small chocolate each, a few sweets. It would have to do. He hoped they would understand. He collected them all and put them in the Santa sack. He left the newspaper lying open on the bed. His own face stared up at him from the … Continue reading TABLOID INTRUSION
Delighted to have been featured on Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore site, with my novel ‘A Justified State.’
Very pleased to welcome a new author to the Cafe and Bookstore with his latest book, Iain Kelly with A Justified State.
About A Justified State
In the future, The State is ruled by the socially reformist Central Party Alliance. Poverty and homelessness have been eradicated, but overpopulation, an energy crisis and an ongoing overseas war are threatening the stability of the country. When a local politician is assassinated, Detective Danny Samson finds himself thrust into the middle of the investigation.
Still grieving for his dead wife and children, Danny tracks down the assassin, an ex-military sniper called Gabriella, only to discover she may not be the real villain. The secret behind the murder of one politician may bring down the entire ruling Party, and Danny soon learns those in power will go to any lengths to protect The State. Joining forces with Gabriella and the mysterious government agent Phillips…
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The sun came over the small village and the first signs of life began stirring. Looking down she watched the same routine unfold as it always did. A light came on at the Klein's house - the children had risen too early again. Lithe Jenny Wright appeared dressed in luminous jacket and running tights and … Continue reading MORNING ROUTINE
**This is an excerpt from my new novel, 'A Justified State'.** He raised his hand to shield his eyes from the water spray as the launch drew closer to the base of the towering wall. He could make out the gate that was lodged halfway open. The water lapped around the base as the pressure … Continue reading WHAT LIES BENEATH