The Boneyard has been out for three weeks now and initial reviews have been vary favourable. It’s always a nervous time waiting for readers to respond with comments but they’re the only viewpoints which matter. Agents and editors and publishers always flatter their authors and it is easy to enter a world where you believe every word they say. However, readers have the power to bring an author’s ego crashing to the ground. I’m pleased to say that so far reader reviews for The Boneyard have left my own ego floating high:
Once again Sennen has proven why he is one of the best thriller writers in England now, as the Charlotte Savage series gets better with every outing, this is simply a stunning thriller that will leave you breathless.
I think this is the best yet in this series.
This a gripping crime story and one that I would highly recommend.
Harrowing suspense, a story that keeps you guessing (and turning the pages) and his outstanding main character, Charlotte Savage. It’s a brilliant new novel in a series that keeps getting better and better.
If you haven’t read this excellent series of books by Mark Sennen, do it now, you won’t be disappointed.
One reviewer did bring me down to earth though:
I can relate to all these places as I live here in the West Country but how they ever managed to get a mobile signal near Widdecombe is marvellous because I never have!!
I’ll leave it up to you to decide whether that was an appalling lack of research on my part or justifiable use of poetic licence!