An excerpt from T E Taylor’s novel Revolution Day – available for 99p in the Crooked Cat sale – today only!
My novel Revolution Day is currently available for 99p in the Crooked Cat Easter Sale, along with lots of other great books – today is your last chance to snap it up for the reduced price. To whet your appetite, here’s a short excerpt. Ageing dictator Carlos Almanzor is taken by Manuel, his vice-president, to see a prisoner who appears to have information about a threat to his regime. But who is the real threat. Is it the dissidents, the Americans, or Manuel himself?
The young man was sitting bolt upright in the chair, a posture which at first sight sat oddly with the expression of overwhelming weariness upon his face. Closer inspection would reveal, however, that his arms and legs were strapped to the chair, preventing him from slumping forward and giving him very little freedom of movement in any direction. There was blood around his mouth and nose…
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