December 04, 2012

An Eye For Danger


An Eye For Danger
Book 1, Goliath Conspiracy Series

Christine M. Fairchild

Fairchild Press


Available NOW on Kindle!


When a former war photographer braves a PTSD attack to jog beyond her five-block safety zone in Central Park, she runs into a murder scene.

12 comments:

  1. This definitely intrigues me. Where did you get the information on PTSE?

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    1. Hi, Cynthia!! Good to see you here.... I have first-hand exp with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, unfortunately, but also researched symptoms, as they can vary person to person. But there are some classic signs. I'm glad the logline caught your interest, and thanks for your comment :)

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  2. Ohhh. I'm hooked because you don't usually think about women having PTSD. Very cool twist.

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    1. So true, Lynda, and you don't usually think of the journalists having PTSD for all the stuff they witness and/or experience. So that was a fun angle to play out in the novel. Thanks for your comment!

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  3. Thanks, Ingeborg, for the kudos! Nothing like a hunky guy on the cover to garner reader interest!

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  4. All the elements are there for a very exciting read.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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    1. Thanks so much, Mary, for your kind remark!

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  5. Good Morning, I have read An Eye for Danger. The novel is superb. I downloaded it onto my Kindle and did not come up for air until I finished the An Eye for Danger. Christine is now one of my favorite authors. I can't wait for her next book. Sandi Reynolds

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    1. Wow, Sandi, that is so kind! And I'm so glad the book lived up to your expectations :) Working on book 2 as we speak, so I hope to have something for you by beginning of summer :)
      best,
      Christine

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  6. Intriguing - sympathetic protagonist, irony, and danger!

    sarahraploee@yahoo.com

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    1. Thanks for noticing, Sarah. It's a fun ride, and book 2 is even crazier to write :) But I'm not complaining!

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