Book Review Sunday: “Everything to Lose” by Gordon Bickerstaff @ADPase

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I placed the picture above and then wondered if everyone would remember the typewriter. That reminded me of a Last Man Standing episode where the middle daughter, Mandy, was restricted from using her electronic devices until she completed her History paper. She needed a good grade on it because she was failing. Mandy found the old typewriter and later told her mother she’d done the paper and typed it up but was still waiting for it to print. 😀 Now on to the review.

About The AuthorGordon

Gordon was born and raised in Glasgow but spent his student years in Edinburgh. On summer vacations, he learned plumbing, garden maintenance, and he cut the grass in the Meadows. He learned some biochemistry and taught it for a while before he retired to write fiction. He does some aspects of DIY moderately well and other aspects not so well. He lives with his wife in Scotland where corrupt academics, mystery, murder and intrigue exists mostly in his mind. He has written the Gavin Shawlens series of thrillers: Deadly Secrets, Everything To Lose, The Black Fox, and Toxic Minds. More will come in due course. He enjoys walking in the hills, 60s & 70s music, reading and travel.

About the Book

Everything to Lose is Book 2 in the Gavin Shawlens Thriller series

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While chasing down illegal sports drugs, Gavin and Zoe stumble into the greatest unresolved mystery of World War 2.

University researchers claim their new product will boost the performance of every athlete in the world. The Lambeth Group send a scientist, Gavin Shawlens, to investigate the claim.

The product is stolen, top athletes disappear, and the research team are unaware that their product has a dangerous side effect. Gavin must stop the product launch before more people die horribly. When Gavin disappears, Zoe Tampsin, from the Lambeth Group, must find him before he becomes the next victim.

As if Zoe hasn’t got enough on her plate. Past events in Gavin’s life catch up with him. A powerful US general has decided that Gavin must die to prevent exposure of a 60-year-old secret capable of world-changing and power-shifting events.

The chase is on…

Book Review

Reviewer: Kim Cox

5starsRating

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Solid 5 Stars. With each book, the Gavin Shawlens series get better and I can’t wait to read the next one. “Everything to Lose” is everything you want in a medical thriller: from adventure to intrigue to mystery. There’s so much going on with plots and subplots, yet the author, Gordon Bickerstaff, keeps it all straight and moving forward to a satisfying end.

Up next, The Black Fox! Can’t wait. Already purchased and added to my reading list. Highly recommended.

You can get your copy of Everything to Lose. Just click the title or the cover above.


About the Reviewer

Kim Cox is an author of Romance, Mystery, and Paranormal. She lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina with her chainsaw artist husband, their West Highland White Terriers–Scooter and Harley, and a Yorkie mix, Candi. She’s a mother and grandmother.

Kim is published in novels, short stories and articles. Sign up for Kim’s Readers List.

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Kim has a new release coming out near the end of June 2017: Before We Wed, a romantic suspense and book 2 in the Style & Profile series. All This Time is book 1.

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Before We Wed Book Blurb:

Just as Sarah Martin and Jon Clayton say their vows, the police crash the wedding to arrest the groom. Jon is terrified and Sarah is heartbroken. Thankfully, their friends support them emotionally and help find Jon an excellent attorney.

When evidence of John’s guilt is found, he swears he’s innocent. But how can he prove it? As if an arrest and pending trial aren’t bad enough, his ex-wife refuses to let him near their seven-year-old son, and has their shared custody agreement rescinded as part of his bail agreement. But when Jon Jon is injured, Jon breaks the agreement and his bail is revoked.

Sarah sees strange men in Jon’s business one night. One follows her home and attacks her. When Jon finds out, he pushes her way to protect her, but it doesn’t deter her loyalty to him or the attacker’s determination to killer her. Will the enemy get to her?

Is Jon truly innocent and have no idea how the damaging evidence found its way into his business? Are there more sinister people involved? Will Sarah find evidence to clear him, or will she find out he’s fooled them all? If someone else is framing Jon, who is it and what are their motives?

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Cover Design by Sean Lowery at High Impact Covers

Coming up Next –  Scheduled books and short stories – Kim’s Read & Review List are: (order may change at any time)
Jazz Baby by Beem Weeks (100% Read, Review Coming Soon)
Captured Lies by Maggie Thom (100% Read, Review Coming Soon)
Nothing But Love: A WLVH Radio Series and Everything But… Series Short Story (Nothing But…Story Book 1) by Holly Jacobs (started 6/1/2017)
My GRL by John Howell (started 6/2/2017)
The One Enlightened by Yvette Calleiro
Nikki Magee by Peter Wendt
She Dies at the End (November Snow Book 1) by A. M. Manay
Daydream’s Daughter, Nightmare’s Friend by Nonnie Jules
Shadow of the Drill by Rhani D’Chae
Steamed: A Maid In LA Mystery by Holly Jacobs
Neon Houses by Linda Mims
Love’s Child by Lizzie Chantree
Flowers and Stone by Jan Sikes
Passion & Struggle (The Genesis Saga Book 1) by John Fioravanti
Acts Beyond Redemption (Unintended Consequences Book 1) by Suzanne Burke
The Glade by Harmony Kent
A Highland Ruby (Highland Treasures Book 2) by Brenda B. Taylor
Stealing Time (Book 1) by K.J. Waters
I Kissed A Ghost by Robin Leigh Morgan
Dog Bone Soup by Bette A. Stephens
The Gemstone Chronicles Book Two: The Amethyst by William Stuart
The Black Fox by Gordon Bickerstaff
Bound by the Summer Prince by Mistral Dawn
Our Justice by John Howell
She Lights Up the Dark
(November Snow Book 2) by A. M. Manay
A Thousand Yesteryears (Point Pleasant) by Mae Clair
Mirror of Our Lives: Voices of Four Igbo Women  by Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko
Treachery & Triumph (The Genesis Saga Book 2) by John Fioravanti

Toxic Minds by Gordon Bickersaff

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