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Joseph Barnaby by Susan Roebuck

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Tour Dates: 5th - 14th October 2018

Publication Date: 5th October 2018

Formats available: Mobi, Epub or PDF

Standalone Novel

Publisher: Crooked Cat Books

Estimated Page Count - 300

Types of post available: Reviews, guest posts, extracts or Q&As

Stand by your beliefs – even if it means going to the end of the Earth

By standing up for his principles to save the life of a prize racehorse, farrier Joseph Barnaby loses everything. Now, a personal vendetta has become too deep to fight and he escapes to the island of Madeira where he finds work on a small farm at the foot of a cliff, only accessible by boat. The balmy climate and never-ending supply of exotic fruit, vegetables and honey make it sound like paradise but, for Joseph, it’s the ideal place to hide from the world. Can the inhabitants of Quinta da Esperança, who have more grit in them than the pebbled beach that fronts the property, help Joseph find his self-worth again? And can he escape the danger that draws ever nearer?

About Susan Roebuck

I was born and educated in the UK (I am British!) but now live in Portugal. I've been an English teacher for many years with the British Council and also the Portuguese civil service where I developed e-learning courses.

My first love is, of course, my husband, my second writing, and my third painting. And now I have time to be able to indulge in all three.

My debut novel, "Perfect Score" was published by Mundania Press on Sept 21, 2010 and the paperback launched on May 11 2011. It was a finalist in the 2012 EPIC e-book Awards in the Mainstream Category.

My second novel is a dark thriller/fantasy called "Hewhay Hall". It won an EPPIE award in the 2013 EPIC (Electronic Publishing Industry Coalition) e-Book Awards in the Horror Category.

Next comes "Rising Tide", published in 2015. Set in Portugal, published by Mundania Press. It is set in a tiny fishing village that the world, and most of Portugal, has forgotten. Read about the wonders of the ocean and see if Piper from Norfolk UK and Leo from Alaska, USA, can find what they're searching for in the little village of Luminosa.

"Forest Dancer" was published on 20th February 2018 by CrookedCat Books. This is novel number 2 set in Portugal but this time in the forests outside Lisbon, Portugal. Instead of the sea (as in Rising Tide), now find out about the wonders of the forest and whether classical ballerina, Flora, can find what she's searching for in the small village of Aurora.

On 5th October 2018 CrookedCat Books published my newest novel, "Joseph Barnaby", another romance/suspense which is set on the island of Madeira.

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Blog Tour Schedule

Capacity per day as shown. Confirmed blogs will appear here. 

5th October

  1. donnasbookblog - Review

  2. Nemesis Book Blog - Guest Post

  3. Ellesea Loves Reading - Extract

6th October

  1. Lacy ace Book Reviews - Guest Post

  2. Evermore Books - Extract

  3. Books Are Cool - Review

7th October

  1. A Little Book Problem - Review

  2. Books, Life and Everything - Guest Post

  3. Jazzy Book Reviews - Extract

8th October

  1. Mai's Musings - Review

  2. Jera's Jamboree - Q&A

  3. Zooloo Book Blog- Extract

9th October

  1. B for bookreview - Guest Post

  2.  Christina Philippou - Review

  3. Criminally Good - Guest Post

10th October

  1. Being Anne - Review

  2. Book Vue - Extract

  3. The Writing Greyhound - Review

11th October

  1. Jess Bookish Life - Review

  2. Read, Write, Inspire - Guest Post

  3. Katie's Book Cave - Review

12th October

  1. Me and My Books - Review

  2. WWBB - Guest Post

  3. Dash Fan Book Reviews - Review

13th October

  1. Ali - The Dragon Slayer - Extract

  2. What Cathy Read Next - Review

  3. Rae Reads - Extract

14th October

  1. Jessica Rachow - Review

  2. Literary Flits - Extract

  3. The Writing Garnet - Guest Post

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