“Hitchcock would love this!” – Review of my adventure thriller “African August”

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I’ve been so busy with other writer’s books of late, it’s been a pleasant surprise to find this incredibly complimentary review of one of my own on Amazon:

The structure and pace of this book reminded me of a Hitchcock movie, where the characters immediately draw you in, yet its seemingly innocent atmosphere is just a precursor to dark things to come. Billy, taking a break from his unfulfilling city life, decides that traveling to exotic Africa is the perfect answer. It is there that he meets up with other tourists staying at a small peaceful retreat, surrounded by well-described lush landscapes and serene animals. Campfire discussions at night may reveal differing philosophies and personality issues, but basically, all is serene.
Then comes a shift. A nearby village is overtaken by rebels and suddenly there’s a good chance that they, too…

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