Happy ‘Cover Reveal’ day to author Claire S. Lewis
Although I tend to make very eclectic reading choices, crime / thrillers will probably always be my ‘go to’ genre. Even better when a book is a stand alone novel, not part of a series, which offers me the opportunity to discover some lovely new writers, whilst keeping up with all the latest news from some of my returning authors!
I would therefore like to thank the folks at Aria Fiction for offering Fiction Books the opportunity to be involved in this important day for Claire S. Lewis and No Smoke Without Fire.
No Smoke Without Fire, is not officially released until 7th May 2020, however you can pre-order your Kindle download from :-
Amazon in the UK
Amazon in the US
NO SMOKE WITHOUT FIRE
But now her past has found her.
For seven years, Celeste has battled her guilt and shame over the tragic events that led to her little brother’s death. But when her high-school boyfriend comes back into her life just as she gains a stalker, she wonders if there’s more to the story than she realized.
Celeste is determined to discover the truth.
But she’s about to find out that when you play with fire, you get burned…
CLAIRE S. LEWIS
Though born in Paris with French/Russian/Welsh mix parents, Claire grew up in England and now lives in the Surrey countryside with her husband and three teenage children.
Before she became a writer, Claire was an aviation lawyer for Virgin Atlantic Airways. And before that (a long time ago now!) she studied Philosophy and French Literature at Oxford University and International Relations at Cambridge University.
After an extended career break at home when her children were born, having always loved reading and books, and always dreamt of writing a novel, an outlet for her over-active, or, as her girls would say, ‘paranoid’ imagination! Claire finally took the plunge and signed up for creative writing courses with the Faber Academy in London to see if she could do it – and then she got hooked!
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“I love writing fiction because of the freedom it gives to escape and get lost in other worlds. And I love psychological suspense because the psychological part is enthralling – imagining what’s going on inside other people’s heads – and the suspense part is so much fun to plot because it’s what compels us to keep reading – the ‘what if?’ and the ‘what next?’ that makes us want to turn the page! When not making up stories, I love reading those of others, watching films and visiting exotic locations ‘for the purpose of research’!”