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A bedraggled woman appears on Rory Cavenham’s doorstep in the middle of a storm, convinced that the year is 1972. But she claims to have lost her memory, so she doesn’t know why.
Fast-moving and engrossing, A Knock at the Door is part mystery thriller, part detective story and part romance, and even hovers on the edge of science fiction, though it always keeps both feet firmly on the ground. And all the familiar Rowlands features are here in abundance – vivid and believable characters, intricate plot, sparkling dialogue, beathless pace.
Find out why one beta reader reports, “I was snatching at the pages to find out what it was all about.”
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“Enjoyable, multi-layered story …”
“Have you ever read a book you hoped would never end? This was it!”
“Beautifully written, with an intriguing romantic twist …”
“A great representation of the quality of work that is sometimes overlooked or ignored by the publishing world.”
“A fast-paced mind-bending intellectual thriller.”
“This isn’t your typical mystery book where you get all of the answers at the end. There are a number of mysteries going on at the same time … It works really well and makes you keep reading …”
“It had all the right elements – mystery, suspense, and romance.”
“Rowlands is doing a great job of developing a likeable character in writer Mike Stanhope.”
“He’s just an ordinary man who gets into difficult situations. He isn’t perfect; he makes mistakes. He’s authentic, believable and realistic.”
“He ends up getting things done with his persistence.”
“He’s just a normal guy who tenaciously asks questions until he gets to the bottom of a mystery, often with some dire consequences"
“I loved the main character. He’s like someone I might know first hand. I agree with another reader’s sentiments, that he’s not a navy seal, an FBI agent or an expert in kick boxing. He’s normal and human.”
Two young women set off from Crieff at the height of the war to tackle the Highlands on bicycles. How did their plan work out? You can find out by reading their diary on this website. It brims with warmth and immediacy, and brings to life an almost forgotten aspect of that increasingly distant time.
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