I’m back at last from my blogging break and I have lots of exciting things to come. Today though I am pleased to be revealing the cover of James Calum Campbell’s new book, ‘The Seven Trials of Cameron Strange’, due to be published by Impress Books on the 1st November. There will be a blog tour for which I will be writing a review. For now though here’s what this book is about.
Fox stepped swiftly through the door. There was an audible click. And there came the sound of a bolt sliding into place.
What follows is the stuff of nightmares…
Just when the bereaved and troubled Dr Alastair Cameron-Strange rediscovers his life on the other side of the world, the British authorities track him down. They recruit him on a mission which takes him to the farthest reaches of New Zealand, to Xanadu with all its grotesque gargoyles, chief among them Phineas Fox, the American business tycoon whose baleful eye is on the White House. There’s something not quite right about Mr Fox, and Cameron-Strange, with the help of the beautiful Nikki, is determined to find out what it is. He survives six ordeals, but will he survive a seventh?
About James Calum Campbell
James Calum Campbell is a doctor-turned-author who divides his time between Scotland and New Zealand. He won the Impress Prize for New Writers 2014 with his debut novel Click, Double-Click. He was born in Glasgow, read Medicine at Edinburgh, and practised in Papua New Guinea, Queensland, and Auckland, where he was Clinical Head of the busiest emergency department in Australasia.