Sanctuary will be released March 2017 by Deeds Publishing, Athens, GA. Watch for upcoming announcements about dates for advance orders of both eBook and printed editions. Also, future mailings and if you follow my web pages you will be kept up-to-date on forthcoming book events and announcements. Please consider sharing this email with your friends, especially those who love stories about the old South.
A sneak-peek and excerpts from a couple of recent pre-launch reviews.
SANCTUARY is an excellent mystery novel. It has all of the elements of an intriguing, page-turning mystery/suspense book. Good pacing, plot twists, description, and characters. We see the story through the eyes of a retired businessman and his wife as they leave Atlanta and move to the small south Georgia town of Shiloh. There they find that the tranquil life they yearned for is threatened in ways they never imagined. I don't want to reveal too much of the story since readers will want to find out the resolution to the mystery all on their own. But I will tell you that anyone who enjoys reading suspense novels, in particular ones that take place in the South, will find Sanctuary an extremely good read. I recommend it.
‘Time crept while I stirred and tossed in futile attempts to capture any semblance of actual sleep. Capitulation arrived shortly after four when I poured a cup of coffee and sat down in the living room…Okay Lord what are you trying to share with me?’ Theo Phillips, Main character Ch 20, pg. 169
When the author used the descriptor, ‘a couple of southern minutes’, I knew I was in for a treat as main characters Theo Phillips and his wife Liddy started retirement in their new hometown of Shiloh, Georgia.
(Thank you, Lee Gimenez and Linda Pifer for their extensive reviews.)
More review snippets coming. Visit author pages for additional book review comments.
T. M. Brown is a Southern boy at heart, although he’s lived and traveled in many states far removed from his beloved boyhood roots in Georgia and Florida. He returned to his Southern roots several years ago while his two sons were still in school and regularly traveled throughout the South before returning to college shortly after his youngest son graduated. In the last fifteen years he has preached, taught and coached in Alabama, Georgia and Florida until his wife and he moved outside of Atlanta and retired to write, travel, and spoil grandchildren.