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My long awaited new series is now available!

Introducing, Chief Inspector Nick Sunday, available in paperback and ebook:

 

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My book is selling fast…get a copy here!

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Another one of my novels has been published as a serial:

Copy and paste this link to find out the true identity of Jack the Ripper!  Read and enjoy:

http://jukepop.com/home/read/4657

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My Celtic nation

As a member of the Celtic nation, I meet fellow members everywhere I go.  I see their artwork come through in tattoos, signs and billboards.  The ancient culture devised by my forefathers is even more prevalent now that it was in the dark dawn of time, centuries ago.

I am proud to be Welsh, to be part of the Celtic nation, and to have visited my home country of Wales and the other Celtic countries in Europe.  All I need to do to remember is to look around and see my Celtic brothers and sisters and their signs everywhere.  This particular sign I found in the Cornelius Pass Road House in Oregon.  It is, like my Celtic nation, wonderful, magical, mystical, artistic and beautiful in every way.

Celtic from CPR

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I am so happy to announce the release of my new book:

My new book is “Sweet Shop” and is available on Amazon.com worldwide!  Please enjoy by clicking on the link below:

http://www.amazon.com/Sweet-Shop-Misadventures-Hutson-ebook/dp/B00DNQDIW0/ref=sr_sp-atf_image_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1372795583&sr=1-1&keywords=sweet+shop

 

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Here is the first page of my novel, “The Dutch Muse.”

“Prelude

She smiles at him through the dim gas light and candle smoke. He always works with candles and incense, regardless of time of day. The natural flame brings him closer to nature. The incense awakens all of his senses. It is raining today so he cannot use the day light while he works, but he must see her and so bids her come to his studio every day, rain or shine. She is naked and he is both aroused and inspired as he continues to sketch her. His paints are nearby, as is an empty canvas, but he will not paint her when the sketch is complete, he will sculpt her. The fire burns upon the wide hearth.
“What could be closer to God?” he asks himself. “I sketch, I paint, now I sculpt, imitating my creator and creation.
“Master, I must shift,” she whispers.
“Very well,” he answers. She moves an arm of fairest skin, turns from the profile to mostly frontal, shifts her hips slightly, to reveal both…”

IF YOU LIKE WHAT YOU READ, CLICK BELOW TO READ MORE:

http://www.amazon.com/Dutch-Relic-Hunter-Trilogy-ebook/dp/B004FPYWGY/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1370010654&sr=1-2&keywords=the+dutch+muse

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Here is the first page of my Sir Arthur Conan Doyle dedicated novel:

“The Mysterious House of Mrs. Hutson”

“The gray half light weakly competed for right to pierce the shadowed study.  It was late winter, early spring, and yet the weather refused to warm, to change, to capitulate, like some spoiled child unwilling to give up his toy.  There were thick clouds in the sky and although it was afternoon, it appeared to be night.  There was a chill breeze and showers came and went.  There were so many memories in this study, Mrs. Hutson was devastated to have to give up the house on Baker Street and sell it.  It was almost as if it was her heart and if she gave it away, she might die.  She remembered the constant calls for tea amid other strange requests that her former employer demanded of her at the top of his lungs.  One time he had shouted for a hammer,”

If you like what you’ve read, click below for more:

http://www.amazon.com/Mysterious-House-Hutson-Misadventures-ebook/dp/B005B00C7K/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1365527331&sr=1-1&keywords=the+mysterious+house+of+mrs.+hutson

mrs hutson cover

Words and cover copyright 2009 by Eddie Edwards.

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