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The House Near Fallowfield

by James Fillmore

A novel that goes on for four hundred pages, a mystery/thriller about a young English woman living in Des Moines who returns home to the north of England.

Set at Christmas time in December 1964 and January 1965, just before the death of Churchill.

German spies looking for artifacts from a crashed spaceship in the Black Forest in Germany in 1936 ( not a sci-fi) harass and follow her and she realises her life is in danger.

Follow on Instagram, find the ebook on Kindle, also available in paperback. A great read.


"The House Near Fallowfield" is an exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.

Follow on Instagram @jamespfillmore


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The House Near Fallowfield

by James Fillmore


Following the death of her parents, Frankie, a young English woman living in the US, returns to her family home in the north of England.

In 1964 the shadow of the postwar still remains. Alone and dejected she resigns herself to reliving past memories of the country and her family.

Unexpectedly, from the moment of her arrival, a series of disturbing events takes her on a dangerous journey.

She meets Albert, a writer of detective novels, who, searching for inspiration, joins her as they try to find out why her life is in danger.

Through this dramatic adventure she discovers the inner strength which she thought she had lost.


An exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.

Follow on Instagram @jamespfillmore





The House Near Fallowfield


Following the death of her parents, Frankie, a young English woman living in the US, returns to her family home in the north of England.

In 1964 the shadow of the postwar still remains. Alone and dejected she resigns herself to reliving past memories of the country and her family.

Unexpectedly, from the moment of her arrival, a series of disturbing events takes her on a dangerous journey. She meets Albert, a writer of detective novels, who, searching for inspiration, joins her as they try to find out why her life is in danger.

Through this dramatic adventure she discovers the inner strength which she thought she had lost.


An exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.

Follow on Instagram @jamespfillmore


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The House Near Fallowfield

by James Fillmore

North of England, 1964.

The sombre clouds of the postwar are now in the past. But the shadows remain. After the recent death of her father, Frankie, a young English widow living in the US, returns home and becomes entangled in a war mystery.

Strange men follow her, watch her and Frankie starts fearing for her life. Looking for the answers, she meets Albert, a mystery author who lives nearby and ventures to help her.

When they get themselves caught in the middle of a dangerous international plot they find out Frankie's father was involved in a bizarre puzzle.

She is dragged in as the key to its solution.


"The House Near Fallowfield" is an exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.

Follow on Instagram @jamespfillmore





The House Near Fallowfield

by James Fillmore

North of England, 1964.

The sombre clouds of the postwar are now in the past. But the shadows remain.

After the recent death of her father, Frankie, a young English widow living in the US, returns home and becomes entangled in a war mystery. Strange men follow her, watch her and Frankie starts fearing for her life.

Looking for the answers, she meets Albert, a mystery author who lives nearby and ventures to help her.

When they get themselves caught in the middle of a dangerous international plot they find out Frankie's father was involved in a bizarre puzzle.

She is dragged in as the key to its solution.


"The House Near Fallowfield" is an exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.

Follow on Instagram @jamespfillmore







The House Near Fallowfield

by James Fillmore

North of England, 1964.

The sombre clouds of the postwar are now in the past. But the shadows remain.

After the recent death of her father, Frankie, a young English widow living in the US, returns home and becomes entangled in a war mystery. Strange men follow her, watch her and Frankie starts fearing for her life.

Looking for the answers, she meets Albert, a mystery author who lives nearby and ventures to help her.

When they get themselves caught in the middle of a dangerous international plot they find out Frankie's father was involved in a bizarre puzzle.

She is dragged in as the key to its solution.


"The House Near Fallowfield" is an exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.

Follow on Instagram @jamespfillmore





The House Near Fallowfield

by James Fillmore

North of England, 1964.

The sombre clouds of the postwar are now in the past. But the shadows remain.

After the recent death of her father, Frankie, a young English widow living in the US, returns home and becomes entangled in a war mystery. Strange men follow her, watch her and Frankie starts fearing for her life.

Looking for the answers, she meets Albert, a mystery author who lives nearby and ventures to help her.

When they get themselves caught in the middle of a dangerous international plot they find out Frankie's father was involved in a bizarre puzzle.

She is dragged in as the key to its solution.


"The House Near Fallowfield" is an exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.







Follow on Instagram @jamespfillmore
The House Near Fallowfield

by James Fillmore

Following the death of her parents, Frankie, a young English woman living in the US, returns to her family home in the north of England.

In 1964 the shadow of the postwar still remains. Alone and dejected she resigns herself to reliving past memories of the country and her family.

Unexpectedly, from the moment of her arrival, a series of disturbing events takes her on a dangerous journey. She meets Albert, a writer of detective novels, who, searching for inspiration, joins her as they try to find out why her life is in danger.

Through this dramatic adventure she discovers the inner strength which she thought she had lost.


An exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.









Follow on Instagram @jamespfillmore

https://www.jamesfillmore.com
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The House Near Fallowfield

by James Fillmore


Following the death of her parents, Frankie, a young English woman living in the US, returns to her family home in the north of England.


In 1964 the shadow of the postwar still remains. Alone and dejected she resigns herself to reliving past memories of the country and her family.


Unexpectedly, from the moment of her arrival, a series of disturbing events takes her on a dangerous journey.


She meets Albert, a writer of detective novels, who, searching for inspiration, joins her as they try to find out why her life is in danger.


Through this dramatic adventure she discovers the inner strength which she thought she had lost.




An exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.


Follow on Instagram @jamespfillmore







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The House Near Fallowfield

Following the death of her parents, Frankie, a young English woman living in the US, returns to her family home in the north of England.

In 1964 the shadow of the postwar still remains. Alone and dejected she resigns herself to reliving past memories of the country and her family.

Unexpectedly, from the moment of her arrival, a series of disturbing events takes her on a dangerous journey. She meets Albert, a writer of detective novels, who, searching for inspiration, joins her as they try to find out why her life is in danger.

Through this dramatic adventure she discovers the inner strength which she thought she had lost.


An exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.

Now available worldwide on Amazon.

Follow on Instagram @jamespfillmore

The House Near Fallowfield by James Fillmore.

Now available on Amazon (paperback and ebook)

North of England, 1964.

The sombre clouds of the postwar are now in the past. But the shadows remain. After the recent death of her father, Frankie, a young English widow living in the US, returns home and becomes entangled in a war mystery. Strange men follow her, watch her and Frankie starts fearing for her life.

Looking for the answers, she meets Albert, a mystery author who lives nearby and ventures to help her. When they get themselves caught in the middle of a dangerous international plot, they find out Frankie's father was involved in a bizarre puzzle.

She is dragged in as the key to its solution.


"The House Near Fallowfield" is an exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.





Follow on Instagram @jamespfillmore
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The House Near Fallowfield by James Fillmore

North of England, 1964.

The sombre clouds of the postwar are now in the past. But the shadows remain. After the recent death of her father, Frankie, a young English widow living in the US, returns home and becomes entangled in a war mystery. Strange men follow her, watch her and Frankie starts fearing for her life.

Looking for the answers, she meets Albert, a mystery author who lives nearby and ventures to help her. When they get themselves caught in the middle of a dangerous international plot they find out Frankie's father was involved in a bizarre puzzle.

She is dragged in as the key to its solution.


"The House Near Fallowfield" is an exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.

https://youtube.com/channel/UCfQ_-vR7jodOhc_jqJbuSrw



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The House Near Fallowfield
by James Fillmore

North of England, 1964.


The sombre clouds of the postwar are now in the past. But the shadows remain.

After the recent death of her father, Frankie, a young English widow living in the US, returns home and becomes entangled in a war mystery. Strange men follow her, watch her and Frankie starts fearing for her life.

Looking for the answers, she meets Albert, a mystery author who lives nearby and ventures to help her. When they get themselves caught in the middle of a dangerous international plot they find out Frankie's father was involved in a bizarre puzzle.


She is dragged in as the key to its solution.


"The House Near Fallowfield" is an exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.

Now available worldwide on Amazon. (paperback and ebook)




https://youtube.com/channel/UCfQ_-vR7jodOhc_jqJbuSrw
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The House Near Fallowfield by James Fillmore


North of England, 1964.

The sombre clouds of the postwar are now in the past. But the shadows remain. After the recent death of her father, Frankie, a young English widow living in the US, returns home and becomes entangled in a war mystery. Strange men follow her, watch her and Frankie starts fearing for her life.

Looking for the answers, she meets Albert, a mystery author who lives nearby and ventures to help her.

When they get themselves caught in the middle of a dangerous international plot they find out Frankie's father was involved in a bizarre puzzle.

She is dragged in as the key to its solution.


"The House Near Fallowfield" is an exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.

Now available worldwide on Amazon (paperback and ebook)

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https://youtube.com/channel/UCfQ_-vR7jodOhc_jqJbuSrw
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Congratulations, again! It looks like I forgot that you have to be a certain membership level to post certain types of links...such as the link to your YouTube. *Blush* Sorry about that. Anyway, the link to your Amazon page looks great! *Smile*
The House Near Fallowfield by James Fillmore

Now available worldwide on Amazon. (paperback and ebook)

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B098GXJBZP

North of England, 1964.

The sombre clouds of the postwar are now in the past. But the shadows remain. After the recent death of her father, Frankie, a young English widow living in the US, returns home and becomes entangled in a war mystery. Strange men follow her, watch her and Frankie starts fearing for her life.

Looking for the answers, she meets Albert, a mystery author who lives nearby and ventures to help her. When they get themselves caught in the middle of a dangerous international plot they find out Frankie's father was involved in a bizarre puzzle.

She is dragged in as the key to its solution.


"The House Near Fallowfield" is an exciting story of mystery, adventure, romance and betrayal set in the 1960s.

https://youtube.com/channel/UCfQ_-vR7jodOhc_jqJbuSrw
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CONGRATULATIONS AND WELCOME TO WdC!!! *Hug*

Here are a couple of things that might help you. *Bigsmile*

To list your book's Amazon link, you need the ASIN. Then using braces, use "amazon" and a colon as shown below.

{amazon:B098GXJBZP} *Down*



To embed a YouTube video, post the link with braces (above brackets--they are not parentheses) and the word "embed" and a colon as such.

{embed:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeRAzGHAspo} *Down*

One other thing I'd say is that I saw you only have 1 fan. As in real life, it's important to have fans on WdC if you want folks to notice your work. *Wink* If you click Newsfeed on the left, it takes you to your Personal Newsfeed. You'll only see the posts from WdC, you, and the people whose Plus button you have clicked. If I recall, you haven't clicked any yet.

If you click someone's Plus button once, you will see a finger with the string on it and you set them as a favorite of yours. It's private and no one will ever know, but you will start seeing their posts on your Newsfeed. If you click the Plus button twice, you'll see the megaphone. This tells the other person that you have become a fan of theirs. Also, if anyone goes to your list of people you have fanned or goes to that person's list of fans, the lists will show that you have fanned them. Again, they will appear in your Newsfeed when they post stuff. The only difference is whether it's private or not.

This is the Plus sign I'm talking about. No obligation to click it, but of course, you can if you'd like. I do tend to reward my fans from time to time, so it benefits you. *Wink* But again, no obligation. This is for demonstration purposes. *Bigsmile*

Schnujo Won NaNoWriMo! *Left*

To make fans, you need to interact with folks. I highly recommend you get off your Personal Newsfeed and check out the Community Newsfeed. When you are on your Personal Newsfeed, click View the Community Newsfeed along the top-ish part of your Personal Newsfeed. Suddenly, you'll see what EVERYONE is posting. There are, admittedly, a fair number of things you won't care about...or that you don't think you'll care about until you click them. (For example, A Thankful Sum1 always posts jokes and cartoon, but he posts them in his 'book' so you will have to click the link to see the joke, so you might scroll past it, not knowing you're missing something good. *Wink* )

Anyway, you'll find ads for contests, activities, and all sorts of other fun stuff on the Community Newsfeed. Hop on and start scrolling. Click Like, comment, and generally start to get to know folks. The more you socialize, the more folks will get to know you and the more likely it is they will click your Plus button...meaning when you advertise your book, it will appear on THEIR Newsfeed, even if they are only on their Personal Newsfeed...which is where most folks stay, thus why you need to get off yours and socialize with the other folks. *Wink*
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