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Caught in a Trap a new book by Trevor BurtonBrian Hampson is an Elvis impersonator, one of the best in the business, and currently the warm up act to Streetsound, an up and coming rock band. Brian’s narrowboat is moored at Castlefield basin in Manchester. He awakes one morning after a gig to find Jake Bosson the bass player, dead on the back of the boat. A passing lady jogger sees the body and screams, before running off to return a minute later with a traffic warden she has mistaken for policeman. The police are called and all are interviewed but released. The police return later to question Brian (Elvis) again, however the boat and Elvis have disappeared.

books'A Pilgrim’s Guide to Fatima and the Surrounding Area' by Andrew Houseley, published 2017

Before picking up this guide, most people will be aware that Portugal left its mark, influence and sometimes its language on four continents. 

This book furthers a reader’s realisation of the great number of venerable old buildings and monuments which survive today in just one part of central Portugal and introduces that reader to the array of holy sites, both humble and grand, which are esteemed by native inhabitants and visitors.

booksThe newest release of the internationally acclaimed Eat Smart culinary guidebook series is about Portugal and has obviously been written by two people who love the country and its food. From Michelin-rated restaurants to country-style home-cooking, and all the many offerings in between, all are given equal treatment and respect.

Sometimes when we travel to new places it is good to ask friends if they have been to our intended destination, and if they have any tips or recommendations for the basic requirements - shelter, nourishment and transport. Well, you can all relax, the nourishment part of your journey has been well taken care of, and the authors will become your friends. They want you to discover the food of Portugal for yourself, with the help of this guide, and for you to have your own tasting adventure.

The OneCanada's toughest crime-fighter, Keeno McCole, and his RCMP team, are called in to investigate the murder of a young woman who turns out to be the niece of the Prime Minister of Canada. The investigation leads them into the depths of domestic terrorism, a cult, and a trail of dead bodies, and Keeno’s greatest challenge yet, in this 3rd novel in the Keeno Crime Thriller Series – now available!

"Saudades Mr No Ears" book releasedReleased on July 27th 2017, the much-awaited book about the life of a very special street cat from Albufeira, Portugal called Mr No Ears.

"Saudades MR NO EARS" is written by Carol Lee in collaboration with a small working group, with contributions from Mr No Ears’ huge fan base.

The publishing costs of the book were raised through a successful crowdfunding campaign via New York based ‘Kickstarter’.

The Brotherhood of EdenAn ambitious Scottish teacher hopes his stunning debut novel about ancient civilisations will help bring peace in today’s troubled times.

Duncan Colquhoun was inspired to write The Brotherhood of Eden after seeing photographs of the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu. His gripping thriller takes readers back to the beginnings of civilisation following a modern-day murder.
Duncan, who teaches English in Portugal, hopes the message of his first book won’t be lost on his growing number of readers.

Free Trevor Burton novels on Kindle

Trevor was born in Manchester now divides his time between Cheshire and the Algarve, Portugal. He began writing detective fiction after a career in finance.

Set mainly in Manchester, UK, the sleuth, the Gent, usually gets caught up in crime mysteries with Greater Manchester Police Inspector, Bill Lambert, a long-time associate from Sandhurst.

Get Trevor's novels Troubled Waters and Tangled Roots on Kindle free, on Amazon.

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