A Smaller Hell Now Available in Paperback
Pleased to announce that A Smaller Hell is now available in paperback format from Amazon. Mystery, Crime, Romance and Dark Comedy all wrapped up in 224 pages of literary mischief.
“AJ Reid’s ‘A Smaller Hell’ is a fable of our time.” – ***** KT Acolyte
“An electrifying piece of literature.” – ***** Whim
“The author takes you on a trip through the underworld and keeps the reader captivated throughout the book and wanting to learn more about the sordid secrets of Ms Doyle.” – ***** Iain Bennett
“A highly enjoyable tale with a bit of everything; love, crime, black humour and magic.” – *****
“A tale of love, hate, fear and deceit that truly captivates your imagination and drags you head first into a world where things are not always as they seem, a plot which has your heart racing as you eagerly turn page after page, unable to put the book down!” – ***** Richard Mortimore
“AJ Reid is a superb storyteller and this book had me gripped right up to Christmas. Would certainly recommend in the festive season and all year round for that matter!” – *****
“Beautifully written with rich imagery; the atmosphere is surreal but tense. Tony Black is in hiding and will take work wherever he can, even if he’s warned to stay away from Tanner’s Department Store over and over again. Tony soon begins to see how completely Ms Doyle controls her employees, and how cruelly she exploits them. She is the tyrant of Tanner’s, she has four police officers under her thumb, and she always gets what she wants … or else.” – ***** Susanna
“Love story? Psychological thriller? You decide! A page turner with some rather bizarre twists, but an extremely entertaining read. One truly comes to care about the characters within.” – ***** Shele S. Hobza
Following on from A Smaller Hell paperback launch, be sure to keep an eye out for upcoming paperback versions of The Horseman’s Dream and Grey Noise. Also coming soon is a short story collection called Rare Exotic Breeds, modern Arthurian sci-fi/Adventure novel Knights of Snowdonia and poetry collection The Crystal Barrel.