Tuesday, 16 November 2021

Book Tour

 Coming soon the first book tour for Extreme Prejudice.

Join the bookbloggers and book reviewers to read their thoughts on the story and the characters.

http://zooloosbooktours.co.uk/extreme-prejudice-by-gordon-bickerstaff




Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Die Every Day wins Gold


Die Every Day has taken the Gold Medal in the 2021 Readers' Favorite Book awards in the Fiction Thriller Espionage Category




Sunday, 19 September 2021

Extreme Prejudice on PREORDER

 

PREORDER today for an action-packed thriller to get your blood thumping.

A thrill-ride of a terrorist mystery that will keep you guessing.

mybook.to/ExPrejudice




Sunday, 22 August 2021

NEW! Extreme Prejudice coming soon.

Zoe and Gavin are back in a new adventure and the stakes have never been higher.

A foreign embassy official warns the UK government of a bomb attack on London. Zoe Tampsin and her Lambeth Group team are launched into a race against time to find the terrorists.

One of her operators discovers the attack has started and cannot be stopped, and her colleague Gavin Shawlens is missing presumed killed by the terrorists. While searching for Gavin, a massive disaster unfolds. 

Can she stop a colossal loss of life in a targeted community and prevent the collapse of a fundamental pillar of society?




Tuesday, 4 May 2021

Sunday, 21 March 2021

Book Blog Tour for The Black Fox



12th April - Scintilla @Scintilla_Info  -  Me and My Books @yvonnembee
13th April - Meg's World @megs_world27 - The P Turners Book Blog @The_P_Turners
14th April - booksbehindthetitle @MachinSharronm1 - Rambling Mads @ramblingmads
15th April - Ginger Book Geek @Ginger_bookgeek - The Bookwormery @lelbudge
16th April - Sharon Beyond the Books @ShazzieRimmel - Wyres World @Wyres67
17th April - Jessica Belmont @jessicaxbelmont - A Good Book 'n a Brew @NatterBlog
18th April - The Eclectic Review @eclecticreview - Hannahlovestoread @Hanlovestoread

Find out what the reviewers thought about THE BLACK FOX

12th April   Scintilla Review                      Me and My Books Review

13th April  Megs World                              The P Turners Blog

14th April  Rambling Mads                         booksbehindthetitle

15th April  The Bookwormery                    Ginger Book Geek

16th April  Sharon beyond the books         Wyres World

17th April  A good book 'n a brew             Jessica Belmont 

18th April  The Eclectic Review                 Hannah Loves to read





 

Wednesday, 9 December 2020

The first reviews are in for The Belgravia Sanction Wow! I'm humbled.

 KS the Dreamer 5.0 out of 5 stars Gripping, terrifying, and thrilling

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 November 2020  Verified Purchase

Zoe Tampsin was done with the Lambeth Group, at least she thought she was until it became apparent the new boss had no idea what he was doing. When Zoe's protégé goes missing mid-investigation there seems no choice but to bring this deadly vixen out of retirement and back into the field. Whispers of a biological weapon, murder, and torture are just the tip of a terrifying iceberg, an attack is imminent , tension is high, and it falls to Zoe and Gavin to try to prevent this great disaster before it's too late

Gordon Bickerstaff's The Belgravia Sanction is the eighth book in the Lambeth Group Thrillers and I was so excited to get my hands on this gem. Having read all the books in this series I couldn't wait to devour this page by thrilling page. Epic and exciting this book will take you on a ride like no other. Gripping, terrifying, and thrilling you'll be whisked away on an engaging plot you'll be afraid to put down. This is yet another masterpiece by this talented author that will leave you a fully satisfied, emotional wreck.

Bill 5.0 out of 5 stars Great addition to the series!

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 November 2020  Verified Purchase

I really enjoy this series and this book is an excellent addition! There is plenty of action and a story that moves along at a fast pace. When an author is several books into a series the plots can become a bit boring or repetitive but not with this author. There is an original plot and it was good to have Zoe front and centre of the story. The fight scenes are particularly well written with a definite sense of realism. If you like fast moving, action packed stories this is a must read. Although this can be read as a standalone thriller, if you haven't read any of the previous books in the series, I would suggest you start at the beginning. They are all great reads!