Wednesday, 2 November 2011

'Voices in the Dark' reissued

My romantic suspense novel 'Voices in the Dark,' first published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1995, is now re-issued as an ebook and is available for all the usual formats (including Kindle) on Smashwords.

UPDATE: Both Voices in the Dark and Night of the Storm are now available from Amazon.com and Amazon UK.


Here are the details:

Julia Rochfort, a young opera singer, visits Italy to take part in a competition judged by Roberto Padovano, a world-famous bass. When he and Julia meet and fall in love, the consequences will be devastating. Julia and Roberto are already connected by terrifying events that took place before they were born: the atrocities inflicted on a Tuscan village in 1944 by a torturer known only as 'Scarpia' after the villain in Puccini's opera Tosca. As they uncover the intricate web of betrayal, deception and guilt, the danger grows. For Scarpia and some who share his guilt are still alive - and desperate to keep their past secret for ever.

Smashwords 2011
$3.99

Buy the ebook: Smashwords
Amazon Kindle (US)
Amazon Kindle (UK)


Reviews from the original UK print edition:

Birmingham Sunday Mercury: Lindsay Townsend's mixture of arias and skullduggery turns into a highly readable thriller.

Yorkshire Post: Confident debut.

Grimsby Evening Telegraph: She obviously has a passion for writing. This is a book you will not be able to put down.

Lindsay Townsend
http://www.lindsaytownsend.net/
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5 comments:

Jane Richardson said...

I've read this book and absolutely loved it - I still think about the characters. Here's hoping it does amazingly well this time around. :)

Jane x

Jenny Twist said...

I am really looking forward to reading this

Lindsay Townsend said...

Many thanks, Jane!
Thanks, jenny - I hope you enjoy it.

Celia Yeary said...

LINDSAY--this is a good idea. I just hope I participate more than I do on the pink blog. I feel like I'm posting something all the time! But this is the best place to promote my contemporaries. Everyone knows me for my Western historicals...now I can do this. And this is easier than an interview or a topic. Thanks.
And see--I found out about this book!

Lindsay Townsend said...

Thanks, Celia.

I'm hpping many people will find this group and blog useful.

You could perhaps do a round up of your westerns on the blog?