Calling book reviewers

Are you a keen book reviewer? Keith Hoare’s new book, Tall Ship Magic, is released next month and he is willing to provide a free copy to someone who would like to review it.

A sailing ship, along with fifteen crew, aged 16 to 19, is believed to have gone down 250 miles south west of Bermuda.
A researcher finds an entry in documents from Bermuda, dating back to 1850, about a Satan ship plying the seas.
A sailing ship enters a naval dockyard in Gibraltar for repairs in the 1940s; they later find that the ship does not exist on any register.
Lisbon in 1960 plays host to a tall ship race back to Portsmouth, but one ship didn’t make it back and is never found.
Coincidence; or are they all connected? Tall ship Magic is a mystery, an adventure, and one lone researcher with a revelation which could change the world forever. The book is suitable both for older teenagers and adults.

If you would like to review this historical mystery story leave a comment below and LWH will get back to you, on a first come first serve basis.

2 Responses to “Calling book reviewers”

  1. Ian Crook says:

    I’d be willing to review this book.

  2. Lancashire Writing Hub says:

    Hi Ian, thank you for this offer. I will email you with reviewing guidelines for LWH and put you in touch with the writer who will be able to provide you with the manuscript.

    Sarah Schofield (LWH Guest Editor)

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