Sunday, 3 July 2011

Six Sentence Sunday - July 03

It's Six Sunday again!  I missed out last Sunday mainly because I clean forgot!!  Oopsie.
Thanks again to everyone who drops by to read these tasty snippets and leaving wonderful comments.

For today's Six, I'll once again be teasing you with a little treat from The Master Key which is due out THIS MONTH!! Tomorrow, if I'm not mistaken (Sequel to The Lancaster Rule)

Xiang, the messenger, a fifty-odd year old mentally retarded man had been detained, questioned, found insensible, and sent to the clinic’s head trauma unit for observation. No one could’ve guessed that in two days time, he would be found dead in his room from a slow-working poison.

Hmm, wondering how Xiang got himself mixed up being a doomed messenger?  Why don't you check out The Master Key, out TOMORROW from Champagne Books!!!

If you want to know a little bit more about The Master Key, here's a little non-blurb:
In this second book of the trilogy, the heroine, Josie, now married to world president John Lancaster, and begins her new life in the future. But all is not idyllic as a dangerous man from her past returns as old enemies return to plague her life.
Revelations of Josie's past, three hundred years ago, surface and begin to unfold, every question she has ever wanted to know is answered. Events lead her to the Scrap Yard, a cybernetics space station where she must battle it out with her enemies.

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  1. Very intriguing!! Poor old man!

  2. This is intriguing. Congrats on the release tomorrow!

  3. Congrats on the upcoming release. Thanks for sharing a paragraph with us!

  4. Intriguing six. Thank you.

  5. nice six. strong narrative. congrats on the release.

  6. Poor guy. Great snippet.

  7. Congrats on your release! I have one tomorrow too! :)

    That poor man! But shouldn't there be four more sentences?

    Dawn's Early Light 6SS

  8. Thank you all for stopping by!!