Belfast 1933, Adam, a Catholic runaway trying to get by in Belfast, finds himself drawn into the world of the IRA. Read excerpt
The praise for Belfast Central continues. The next German-speaking book blogger writes a remarkable review about the thriller. “Curiously I started reading and was drawn into the story right away … the characters are tangible and authentic and it’s fun to follow the main character into his adventure.” Read the whole (German) review here.
Belfast Central left quite an impression on the swiss book blogger of livricieux. “With Belfast Central the writer A.K. Amherst created a gripping story that mixes fiction with historical events. The atmosphere is tense, well done.” You’re fit in German? Read full German review here.
15th of May, 2018 Recently, I had the chance to chat with book blogger Lorna of The writing greyhound. We talked about the passion of reading and writing and the release of my debut novel Belfast Central. Read more.
23rd of April, 2018 ‘A story of staying true to yourself, of building relationships, of bridging differences across a divide. It is the very human element, the characters themselves (both primary and secondary) that made this such an extraordinarily memorable read for me,’ Tracy Terry about Belfast Central. Read the whole review.
The first interview about Belfast Central was done by book blogger Linda (of Linda’s Book Bag). We chatted about the newly released thriller and important research learnings. What a delightful talk! Thanks for having me Linda! Interview excerpt: Linda: What else have you brought along and why? A.K. Amherst: I brought a Belfast Bap – the […]