We set up a book tour for thriller “Blood Gold Revenge”. The tour runs from January 13 to February 8.
January 13th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading
January 15th: Book Excerpt @ I’m an Eclectic Reader
January 17th: Promo Post @ Cassandra M’s Place
January 19th: Guest Post @ Books and Tales
January 21st: Book Excerpt @ The Single Librarian
January 23rd: Promo Post @ Indy Book Fairy
January 25th: Book Excerpt @ Books are Forever
January 28th: Book Review @ I Heart Reading
January 29th: Guest Post @ Mythical Books
January 31st: Promo Post @ The Book Daily
February 1st: Author Interview @ Bedazzled Reading
February 4th: Book Review @ PRATR
February 6th: Book Excerpt @ Bookaholic Ramblings
February 8th: Promo Post@ Bookish Madness
About the Book
Author: Dave Wright
“A lot of things have happened up this way over the years. There’s got to be at least six missing person’s that I have heard of.”
There is gold in the vastness of the Australian outback, and a special breed of men who prospect for it. Tim is bush-hardened and skilled; the love for this harsh country comes naturally. His prospecting partner John shares Tim’s love of the freedom, but times have changed. A new breed of prospector has reason to appreciate the desolate isolation of the bush — but it is not gold he is after. The country’s biggest meth lab is doing well, and its owner, Mr C. does not appreciate passers-by.
The cattle on the Hatchet River Station homestead have not been mustered for the past ten years. The brutish Maxine, her husband Scrubber, and her brother Price have agreed to run interference for Mr C.; after all, they have always enjoyed killing the odd lone prospector when they had the chance.
But they make a mistake, and the solitary prospector they pick off one day was not alone as they thought. There are witnesses to the crime this time, and they want justice for their friend. Tired of the Hatchet River trio’s murdering ways, intimidation and threats, and suspecting local police corruption, Tim, Jack and Sam call in the state authorities.
A massive search begins; the hunters become the hunted, the innocent pay for the crimes of the guilty and the good guys don’t always win. But the net does tighten. The well-camouflaged drug lab explode in flames and the blood of many, good and bad, soak into the parched land in a spectacular finale. It is not the authorities who bring justice to Hatchet River, however, but a band of indomitable bushies, who have never learned to say die.
The author resides in sunny North Queensland, mostly raised in the outback with schooling done via correspondence. Finishing off grade 10 at age 15 in Redcliffe before starting work in the remote gold mines of Northern Australia 34 years ago. To this day the author has barely pick up a novel or put pen to paper before starting on this book. In real life when time permits he still rides the hills prospecting for gold with his mates and is currently part way through writing the sequel.