ANOTHER BORING DAY IN PARADISE

By Malcolm Roscow

Another Boring Day in Paradise

When John and Lisa decide to move to the Bahamas to look for investment property, they go into partnership with Sybille.  They had been warned that she would do anything to own the property, but to what extent would she actually go?

ANOTHER BORING DAY IN PARADISE is not a title I would have picked up to read.  It just didn’t sound like the book for me.  When the author contacted me to review his book, I agreed with some misgivings. But I am so glad I did.  The story is a delightful read, perfect for relaxing on the beach or by the pool.

I give it 4 stars because of the predictability of the outcome of the book.

Genre:  General Fiction

Page count:  217

Published:  January 30, 2015

Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd of Canary Wharf, London. www.austinmacauley.co

Available in hardback, paperback and ebook

Sample chapters are available at Amazon.com.  Click on the following link and use the Look Inside feature.  Link: ow.ly/JJkWx

About the AuthorMalcolm Roscow

ANOTHER BORING DAY IN PARADISE is Malcolm Roscow’s debut novel. He spent 35 years in the pulp and paper industry, which took Roscow to 68 countries on five continents. He lived for a total of 7 years in the USA, where he and his family gained green card permanent resident status and his daughter Laura was born, making her an American citizen. He also lived for a year in the Bahamas. Now living on the south coast of England, the author spends his time writing novels and keeping fit at the gym.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/MalcolmRoscow.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/MalcolmJRoscow

This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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