A pair of reviews from AustCrimeFiction

By June 7, 2015Books

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It’s my lucky week for reviews.

Pretty much the first and last word in Australian and New Zealand crime fiction reviews come from AustCrimeFiction, a great site that does an awesome job of supporting local authors.

Today they posted reviews of Fireplay and The Foundation and, much to my delight, both titles were very well received.

They said of Fireplay – The amount of action, detail and plot that’s served up turns this novella into a page-turner, and a sobering political / come action thriller.”

They said of The Foundation“An assured debut, The Foundation is a really tightly plotted conspiracy novel that feels uncomfortably like it could very well be based on real-life.”

ACF has my thanks for taking the time to review and, best news of all, there’s another review coming down the pipe in the next few weeks – State of Emergency.

Check out the Fireplay review here and The Foundation review here.

About Steve P Vincent

Steve P. Vincent lives with his wife in a pokey apartment in Melbourne, Australia, where he’s forced to write on the couch in front of an obnoxiously large television. When he’s not writing thrillers such as The Foundation and Fireplay, Steve keeps food and flat whites on the table working for the man. He enjoys beer, whisky, sports and dreaming up ever more elaborate conspiracy theories to write about. He has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Political Science and History. His honors thesis was on the topic of global terrorism. He has traveled extensively through Europe, the United States and Asia.

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