Thursday, 30 July 2020

Blog Tour Spotlight: Hidden Intentions by David Flint (Mystery)



21st July 2020, Clink Street Publishing, 366 pages, Paperback & Ebook,

Book Summary

Toby could... and Toby would.

‘Enjoy yourself as you rot, old man. And you’re not my dad – you never were.’ Southern England,

September 1957

When thirteen-year-old Toby Mitcher’s mum collapses, never to wake up, Toby’s alcoholic stepfather becomes his legal guardian. He thought life couldn’t get much worse, but was he wrong.


Time passes, and an orderly direction comes into his life. That is until problems start and the disappearances begin.

No more being put upon or allowing bad situations to happen.

 From now on, Toby is in control. Or is he?


Nayu's thoughts
This isn't review because I haven't had the time to read it, so today's spot on the tour is merely a spotlight of what the book is about so you can check it out! Apoogies for any format error, Blogger is now using a new layout for everything so I am getting to grips with it.

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Author bio

Dave Flint has been an avid reader since his twenties. Married at the age of twenty, and eighteen months later with three days' notice, he and his wife discovered their baby was going to be twin girls.

He thinks the shock at that time ended their thoughts of having any more children. He served in the Merchant Navy for a short period until he realised being engaged and married, for him, would not work too well. So, he worked in industry and later the aircraft and radar sector until his retirement in 2012 at the age of 64. Finding a hobby, he joined a writing group not knowing where it might lead him. Low and behold all those books he read over the years must have had an impact on him. The writing group he joined gave him encouragement and criticism, enabling him to find his feet in another world.

Together, he and his wife have holidayed in many countries. China being the most astonishing last year, they just made that one! They like the scenic trips where they can take in the different wonders of the world, such as in America's Parks and Canyons, Yellowstone, and New Orleans Bayous, Italy's Pompeii, and what its cities have to offer with its past. The Vatican and Rome, Sicily and Etna, The Catacombs and so much more. He did stop in Southern Africa in his early years while in the M.N. that could probably be why he was so taken with Wilbur Smith and his books.

Being in good health, he enjoys playing Badminton and going on long walks with the Ramblers group he belongs to, and now looks forward to when he can get back into the swing of things.

 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daveflintauthor








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