In my last blog post I reviewed a couple of historical fiction books by authors I enjoy. In this post, with the republication of my books drawing ever closer, I’m going to take the opportunity to mention some of the things that other reviewers have said about my efforts.
Burke in the Land of Silver
“James Bond in breeches” – Paul Collard
“A well-crafted adventure yarn with exotic settings and plenty of suspense.” Historical Novel Society
Burke and the Bedouin
“A “Boys’ Own” adventure (but also very suitable for ladies who like a little derring-do!) … at its best in the vivid action sequences and set pieces, such as the Battle of the Pyramids and the climactic Battle of the Nile.” Historical Novel Society
“An entertaining light read, set in a corner of the Napoleonic Wars which is often neglected.” The Review
Burke at Waterloo
“Historical fiction as it should be written.” – Paul Collard
The White Rajah
“An involving tale of adventure, intrigue and unlikely love.” Historical Novel Society
“This book works on so many levels.” The Review
“It’s ages since I’ve started reading a book and then been 100% annoyed at the world that it won’t let me just sit there and finish it all in one go, but The White Rajah by Tom Williams has totally been that book!” By Slanted Light
“An interesting tale, well told.” Bloomsbury Review
“All that historical fiction should be: absorbing, believable and educational.” – Terry Tyler in Terry Tyler Book Reviews
“For anyone who has a love for this period, Cawnpore is probably one for you.” Historical Novel Society
Back Home was runner-up for historical fiction in the awards that Rosie Amber’s book review team give out following an on-line vote.
“I enjoyed every word of this novel. It’s so cleverly written, with low-key humour in parts, the research used subtly and unobtrusively.” – Terry Tyler in Terry Tyler Book Reviews
“It is perfectly paced and has an authentic voice which gives a real sense of time and place.” Whispering Stories blog
Save the date
Burke in the Land of Silver will be republished on 5 January. The other books will be coming out every couple of weeks, until early March.
If you live in North America, all my books are currently available through Simon & Schuster. Can I mention that they make excellent Christmas presents?
If you want to check out other books on these blogs, here are some useful addresses:
The Review: http://thereview2014.blogspot.co.uk
Terry Tyler Book Reviews: http://terrytylerbookreviews.blogspot.co.uk
Historical Novel Society: https://historicalnovelsociety.org/reviews
Whispering Stories: http://whisperingstories.com