#R3COMM3ND3D2018 with #Author Jonathan Whitelaw (@JDWhitelaw13) @urbanebooks #TheManInTheDark #damppebbles

Hello and welcome to damppebbles. It’s Tuesday which can mean only one thing, I’ve got my dates muddled again 😂! It may be Tuesday but it’s time for another brilliant #R3COMM3ND3D2018 post. Today I am joined by author Jonathan Whitelaw. Jonathan has recently published The Man in the Dark with Urbane Books and I have to say, it looks rather intriguing. I’ll tell you more about The Man in the Dark soon.

What is this #R3COMM3ND3D I speak of? It’s a chance for book people to share the bookish love and shout about three must-read titles. Any book, any author, any genre, any publisher, one catch. The book must have been published in a certain year. I’m currently sharing the book love from 2018 but watch out for #R3COMM3ND3D2019 which starts on 1st November. If you’re an author, book blogger or you work in publishing and you would like to take part, please add your details to the form at the bottom of this post.

Here are Jonathan’s three recommendations…

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Picking Up The Pieces by Jo Worgan
A really moving story about a woman trying to move on from an abusive relationship with her autistic son only to be followed. It’s a wonderfully told tale that covers a wide range of issues very pertinent to modern-day society, including domestic abuse, parenting an autistic child and companionship.

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Blood, White and Blue (Lucie Musilova Book 1) by James Silvester
If you want action and thrills, this is your book! Fresh off the success of his Prague thrillers series, Silvester is very much in the pink here with a new hero and a new set of ways to keep the reader on the edge of their seat. Fresh and all too poignant in the topsy-turvy political times we live in, this is the perfect escape from what can sometimes feel like the real political thriller we’re all living in!

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In Servitude by Heleen Kist
A thrilling read that’s a real page turner, there’s really something for everybody here. Intrigue, mystery and gangsters, a pulse-racing debut from an author to watch.

Thanks so much, Jonathan. Three great choices!

If Jonathan has managed to tempt you, or if you would like to find out more about the books he recommends, please see the following links:

| Picking Up The Pieces by Jo Worgan | Blood, White and Blue by James Silvester | In Servitude by Heleen Kist |

About The Man in the Dark by Jonathan Whitelaw:

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The Devil’s back – and he’s STILL not had a holiday.

There’s another mystery to solve – a woman kidnapped by terrorists and the world trying to find her. While he hates doing God’s bidding, The Devil can’t resist trying to put one over on Him. But nothing is EVER that simple.

While The Devil helps the London cops crack the case, there’s trouble in the Underworld. And two of humanity’s greatest backstabbers – Brutus and Cassius – are sharpening their knives with an eye on stealing his crown.

It’s a race against time to find the girl, be the bad guy and maybe, just maybe, stop the apocalypse.

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About Jonathan Whitelaw:
Jonathan Whitelaw is an author, journalist and broadcaster.

After working on the frontline of Scottish politics, he moved into journalism. Subjects he has covered have varied from breaking news, the arts, culture and sport to fashion, music and even radioactive waste – with everything in between.

He’s also a regular reviewer and talking head on shows for the BBC and STV.

HellCorp, from Urbane Publications, is his second novel following his debut, Morbid Relations

Jonathan’s Social Media Links:
| Twitter @JDWhitelaw13 | Facebook |

If you’re a book blogger, author or you work in publishing and have three books published this year that you want to shout about then please complete the following form (or click this link: https://forms.gle/PE483qCyrKEgV5Uq6)

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