Author Martin Crosbie is pleased to announce the release of his new suspense thriller, My Name Is Hardly.
Officially, the British government called it a state of unrest. In Northern Ireland, in 1996, they called it “The Troubles”.
Gerald “Hardly” McDougall is a forgotten man. He’s abused, bullied, and left behind. The only escape left is to join the British Army. At first, he’s a reluctant soldier and the Army doesn’t know what to do with him. Everything changes when tensions in Ireland escalate and the Army need a soldier with a particular set of characteristics. Hardly’s re-assigned and sent into the heart of the troubles, living in the same houses as the IRA soldiers he’s fighting against.
My Name Is Hardly, the follow-up book to the #1 Amazon best seller My Temporary Life, was released on December 10, 2012 and is currently available from Amazon.com, and Amazon UK.
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Congrats on getting your 2nd book out Martin. May sales make the news like your 1st did.
Thank you, Tasha. It’s doing quite well, I’m very fortunate.
Fantastic, Martin! I’m looking forward to reading it!
Thank you, Laurie, I look forward to your comments.
That’s a great way to end this year. Congrats.
Yes, it really was, Yvonne. Thank you.
Congratulations, Martin! I know I had a sneak peek, so I won’t say anything more, other than to recommend it on that basis.
Thank you, David, really appreciate the support.
Thank you, Karen.
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