A great interview for both readers and authors to listen to! Thomas Hollyday talks with us about his latest book, Enemy, with its thriller / horror roots in the Climate Crisis.
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An idealistic woman and a pragmatic man are horrified as their beloved Chesapeake Bay town faces cataclysmic destruction. Will River Sunday, Maryland be overrun by a heinous threat triggered by a climate catastrophe? It will take the entire town coming together to offer even the slimmest chance of finding a path through.
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SLAVE GRAVES #freeEbook. #Thriller as heroic archeologist, and his partner with her insight, battle killers as the two uncover an ugly past. Book One of #RiverSundayRomanceMysteries, #KindleUnlimited and #KindleLibrary. audio by George Kuch SAG
War Boat is the story of John Thornton, a self-made wealthy young entrepreneur who inherits his ancient family shipyard in River Sunday, Maryland. To carry out a childhood promise he intends to find the local traitor who betrayed his grandfather’s ship, War Boat, to a 1941 U-Boat mass murder and sinking in the Atlantic. When he arrives in River Sunday, Thornton meets a feisty young archeologist, Clarissa Pebbles PhD. They uncover a long deserted camp of the pre-war German American Bund on land owned by the Henry business clan, who follow an ancient and violent Viking pagan religion. Unfazed by an attempt on his life, he and other shipyard friends uncover a mysterious shipwreck nearby and salvage clues of past Nazi terror. Thornton’s personal goals undergo radical change as he finds himself caring more for others, far more than he did as a cutthroat business success.
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“In his novel Slave Graves Chesapeake author Thomas Hollyday successfully targets the ever popular mystery and romance genres. A unique read awaits you with Thomas Hollyday’s new book Slave Graves. Enter into the modern world of River Sunday, a Chesapeake harbor town where its characters match its past with its future. In this first book of the series, you’ll follow an archeologist’s transformation as he changes from a stuffy well contented professor into a man searching for his honor. He and his fellow historian, a female former student, fight for the right to uncover and preserve a terrible past discovered under the mud of an old farm. As financial and racial interests terrorize them, they realize once again the age old lesson in life. Truth comes with a very high price in murder. This week free introductory eBook at http://www.amazon.com/Slave-Graves-Sunday-Romance-Mysteries-ebook/dp/B006C7581Q/
2016 Slave Graves score Kindle 100 review 4.5 stars Goodreads 97 reviews 3.64 stars Kobo 13 reviews 4.5 to 5 stars Google Play 7 reviews 3.9 stars”
Enjoy this February 24 2017 interview of Thomas Hollyday on Delmarva Public Radio by Harold Wilson. In 2010, Wilson was named to the Editorial Board of the Delmarva Review. The Delmarva Review is a literary magazine published by the Eastern Shore Writers’ Association