Mary Thomas has just posted this gratifying review of my new novel ‘The Keeper of the Faith’ on Amazon:
Set against the stark realities and agony of war, a transcendent path is presented offering safe passage through the crucible of events. Brilliantly written. Highly recommended.”
Somehow reviews like that make it all worthwhile!
Name Diana Jackson Age 58 Where are you from I’ve lived and worked in the home counties of London for most of my life ~ born in Croydon, Surrey, grew up and went to school in St Albans, Hertfordshire and worked as a teacher in Bedfordshire. Since redundancy and taking early retirement I have moved, […]
Author Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon’s fourth novel is called The Keeper of the Faith. Eventispress are publishing it on 30th April 2017.
This is the back cover book blurb:
“A voyage of self-discovery, violent bloody combat, redemption and romance.
Vietnam 1968. A US Marine platoon, led by Tristram, 8th Earl of Oundle, is choppered into the wrong jungle location and left outside radio range, face to face with The Vietcong. The ensuing relentless frenzy of death and destruction carries Tristram to India, into a Benedictine monastery and finally to remotest Scotland in his search for truth, salvation and love.”
“I’ve read all of NLG’s fiction books and can recommend all of them. NLG’s books have an accessible charm all of their own. His characters have depth and are all believable. Carefully researched anecdotes from maths to mysticism. The books are fast paced reads that are hard to put down. I have thoroughly enjoyed myself in NLG’s creative world. I feel better for having read them. Tom Rust. Musician.”
Author Brian Kerr of ‘An Unassuming County’ is please that his book continues to sell through Waterstones and other bookshops locally to Bedford. He writes of his recent successful talks:
“I have found the speaking circuit in Bedfordshire is lively and the most amusing and delightful recently was the National Farmers Union (Woman’s Branch )-a truly merry bunch who gave me dinner then bought £150 worth of books!”
Being an encouraging and friendly publishing cooperative here at Eventispress we would like to share in the news of one of our authors. Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon celebrates the launch of his next novel, A Glass of Two Milks. (even though we did not publish it ourselves)
A GLASS OF TWO MILKS
It is the sequel to Nothing and Everywhere, although it is set far in the future in 2030 and is described as an adventure, action thriller.
What a colourful cover!
Nigel has published it under his own film and book company Fractal Fun and we wish him all the best with it.