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My new novel - it even has a strata angle
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JimmyT
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I was going to start this example of shameless self-promotion by apologising for the fact that this novel has nothing to do with strata living.

But wait. There's a man dying in a lift and the young woman who's trying to save him is the daughter of an owner whom he is suing over some imagined slight in the strata minutes.

Bingo! No apologies required.

OK, a couple.  There is a lot of swearing - a lot -  and quite a lot of violence not to mention the venting of frustration from someone who spent too many years being rejected by TV executives for all the wrong reasons.  OK, there may have been right reasons, but that's a whole different story.

Anyway, I am very proud of this book - its a comedy crime caper and I have put it online through Amazon Kindle while I'm waiting for Australian publishers to stop fighting over who gets to print it.

Actually, to be honest, I'm waiting for them to start fighting over it.

Perfect Criminals encompasses the two other things I know a bit about - TV writing and Australian army engineers.

What could they possibly have in common?  You'll have to read the book to find out.  Click here to find out more.

And if you're interested, you can find some of my other books  in print, ebook and audio formats HERE.

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The title of my novel is "The things I don't believe" It could become a best seller,

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For real? Sounds great!

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I'm 75% of the way through the Kindle version. I won't write a fancy literary review. Suffice it to say I am enjoying JT's novel. There is not that much swearing and a thoroughly enjoyable mix of humour and action, well written. I recommend it. 

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A man of impeccable taste!

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