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A Twist of Fortune Book Excerpt Tour ~ Excerpt Number 10 with Giveaway

A Twist of Fortune
By Mike Martin

About the Author
Mike Martin was born in Newfoundland on the East Coast of Canada and now lives and works in Ottawa, Ontario. He is a longtime freelance writer and his articles and essays have appeared in newspapers, magazines and online across Canada as well as in the United States and New Zealand. He is the author of Change the Things You Can: Dealing with Difficult People and has written a number of short stories that have published in various publications including Canadian Stories and Downhome magazine.

The Walker on the Cape was his first full fiction book and the premiere of the Sgt.Windflower Mystery Series. The Body on the T was the second book, Beneath the Surface is the third installment and A Twist of Fortune is the newest book in the series.

He is a member of Ottawa Independent Writers, Capital Crime Writers, the Crime Writers of Canada and the Newfoundland Writers’ Guild.

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About the Book:
Title: A Twist of Fortune (Book 4 of the Sgt. Windflower Mystery series)
Author: Mike Martin
Publisher: Booklocker
Pages: 278
Genre: Mystery
Format: Paperback

A Twist of Fortune is the fourth book in the Sgt. Windflower Mystery Series and it continues the adventures of Sgt. Windflower as he tries to solve crime and experience the joy and the sadness of life in a small maritime community. Follow along as he feels the
sometimes bitter taste of an east coast winter and the unique culinary delights of this part of the world.

For More Information
A Twist of Fortune is available at Amazon.

Excerpt #10:

When he looked up Tizzard was standing in front of him.
“I’ve got everybody lined up for tonight,” said Tizzard. “Any word from Marystown?” asked Windflower. “They have all been processed and are sitting in a holding cell waiting for the judge to release them,” said
Tizzard. Since the protests and arrests had begun, the procedure had been to have a judge or justice of the peace formally charge the protesters and then release them with the conditions of staying away from the protest site, and agreeing to reappear in court at a later date. “The boys said that Sheila was calm and helped the older ladies who were with her. You should take a break yourself, you know. It could be a long night.”
“I think I will,” said Windflower. He packed up his briefcase and headed out the door, waving goodbye to Betsy on the way out.


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