Saturday, 8 March 2008

Stand up, Peter Anthony

Stand up, Peter Anthony, and take a bow for getting a very nice write-up in the Borders' New Authors hand-out from none other than Susan Hill, best-selling British novelist:

A Town Called Immaculate
'A heavy snow storm in rural America and one man saves the life of another. The past, love and loyalties surface through the storms... a touching and satisfying human story.'

6 comments:

Faye L. said...

Ooh, I saw that the other week and meant to mention it on here! Congrats indeed to Mr Anthony.

I also spotted A Gentle Axe on the 3 for 2 table, so Roger's doing nicely too.

Eliza Graham said...

Excellent!

David Isaak said...

Bravo, Peter.

And I enjoyed the book, too, which was in my opinion a little more twisted that Ms. Hill's review suggests. (But, then, I like that in a novel.)

Alis said...

Congratulations, Peter!

Eliza Graham said...

Where is he? Oh P-E-T-E-R!!!!!

Peter Anthony said...

Thanks! Sorry that I'm three months late in replying. I need to work on my timing...