New Trilby Trench action novel – Words Words Words

I’m thrilled to announce the publication of the latest Trilby Trench action book, Words Words Words!

Trilby Trench’s worst nightmare comes true. Her friend Bonnie goes missing. The last message from Bonnie came from a remote location in Australia’s Top End. Since then, nothing. Has Bonnie simply gone walkabout, or has some mishap befallen her? It’s up to Trilby to find out.

There are times when words are evil. Times when words cause nothing but trouble and strife. That’s when you need someone who knows their way around a sentence and around a fight. Someone like Trilby Trench.

The complete book, Words Words Words, is available on Amazon as a Kindle ebook (USD $3.99) and as a paperback (USD $8.99).

Looking for a quick taste of the story? I’ll publish a few chapters on the Trilby Trench site. Chapter 1 is available now.

The Trilby Trench action adventures so far:

  • The first book in the Trilby Trench action series is A Word If You Please. It’s quite short – the length of a novella. It’s a great introduction to Trilby and friends. You can read the entire book here on the Trilby Trench site, as well as getting it in Kindle or paperback from Amazon.
  • The latest book, Words Words Words, is a full-length novel. The book contains around 67,000 words, and the paperback version is 361 pages.

If you’ve read either of the books and would like to add a book review on Amazon, that’d be awesome! Here’s my author’s page.

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About Sarah Maddox

Technical writer, author and blogger in Sydney

Posted on 7 April 2018, in Fiction, Trilby Trench and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hi Sarah, I just purchased your new book and I can’t wait to get started on another Trilby Trench mystery! 🙂

    • Hallo Sue
      That’s so lovely to hear! I hope you enjoy reading the book as much as I’ve enjoyed writing it. Being a longer-length story, there was much more scope for me to expand the other characters and the location, which I thoroughly enjoyed. It did take a while though, given that I’m still doing my day job too.
      Cheers
      Sarah

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