Sail Away by Barrie Wigley

image001Bombs Away! Who’s Planting Explosives Aboard Ships at Sea?

Sail Away is literally an explosive novel. This charged thriller takes place aboard booby-trapped tanker ships at sea.

Brian Ridley is a third engineer in the British Merchant Navy who joins a tanker en route to Japan for a major refitting. Making it safely to port, he joins another tanker being dispatched by the same company. One day into the voyage, Brian is sent to inspect the forward emergency fire pump area, where he discovers what appears to be a bomb. Not sure whom he can trust, he feigns illness and is airlifted back to England.

Brian tells all to MI5 and is now assigned as an operative attached to British Secret Service. Dropped back onto the first tanker, he discovers yet another bomb planted aboard ship. Who is planting these explosives and why? Caught in a race against time, can he avert an explosive catastrophe at sea?

Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvSPF4kUX5M

SAIL AWAY (ISBN: 978-1-62212-293-6) is now available for $13.95 and can be ordered through the publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/BarrieWigley or at http://www.amazon.com or http://www.barnesandnoble.com.

This book is distributed by Ingram Books and other wholesale distributors. Contact your representative with the ISBN for purchase. Wholesale purchase for retailers, universities, libraries, and other organizations is also available through the publisher; please email bookorder@aeg-online-store.com.

image002About the Author: Barrie Wigley was born in Hampshire, England. Educated at Guildford College, he served in the Royal and Merchant Navy before working in North Africa and the Middle East. He now divides his time between living in England, Spain, and Thailand. Sail Away is his first novel and he is already readying the sequel, Get Away.

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About Glynis Smy

I live in the UK, in the seaside town of, Dovercourt~Harwich, where I enjoy writing novels. I've written historical romance/suspense, Medical romance and my latest WIP is in the crime genre. The Victorian era fascinates me and the best part of writing a novel is often the research. Proud writing moments in my life: Shortlisted for Festival of Romance Fiction 2014 New Talent Award Reaching second round of Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award 2014 Maggie's Child: reached #1 Amazon best-seller: Historical Romance Victorian /February 2014/ebook & book paid list. May 2014 #3 Historical Romance Victorian, and #25 in Historical Romance paid top 100 best-seller list. Top 100 in three categories on Amazon UK best-seller listings in 2015. Seeing my books in a Suffolk (UK), library. Over the years I've written short stories in a variety of genres. I've also won a few poetry contests, my first was at the age of twelve, (a poem about the Bangladeshi war). I also won a children's short story competition where the prize was a first-aid box, I was so proud but my husband found it amusing because we owned two pharmacies. My articles have been published in magazines both in the UK and Cyprus. I am also featured in various places on-line. When I am not writing, I enjoy making greetings cards, Cross Stitch, fishing and the company of my little granddaughters.
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6 Responses to Sail Away by Barrie Wigley

  1. Glynis – This certainly sounds like a turbo-charged thriller. And an on-board-ship setting can give a really good sense of both tension (i.e. feeling trapped) and the proverbial clock ticking. Thanks for sharing.

  2. At sea certainly sounds interesting!

  3. Sounds very intense, Glynis!

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