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Angeline Murphy, a young Belfast girl, walks out of her marriage to a violent abusive man. She goes to Greece for a holiday, but finds herself running into her former husband, Mickey, who is involved in criminal activities with a corrupt pharmaceutical company. Angel tracks down the boss behind all this, and uses her self defence skills to escape from trouble and deal with the villains. Angel isn’t looking for romance after her disastrous marriage, but maybe Josh Smith, the American from Interpol, will help her to change her mind? Set in the beautiful Greek Islands, this thriller has non-stop action as well as romance.
Targeted Age Group: Adults
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
This particular book is a thriller, so it needed a strong plot. I love writing about my characters, and for a romance that’s almost enough, but for a thriller I needed to create a lot of action and a gripping series of events.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Never give up! Everyone gets rejections. Write regularly every day. Don’t wait until you feel inspired. Write from the heart.
Gerry McCullough, born and brought up in North Belfast, is an award winning short story writer with a distinguished reputation. She has had around sixty short stories published, broadcast, or collected in anthologies, and around thirty poems published in various magazines. In 2005 her story Primroses won the Cuirt Award (Galway Arts Festival) and she has won, been short listed, and been commended in a number of other literary competitions since.
Gerry lives in Conlig just outside Bangor, Northern Ireland. She is married to singer-songwriter, writer and radio presenter Raymond McCullough, and has four children.
Gerry’s first novel, Belfast Girls, published by Precious Oil Publications, was a #1 bestseller on paid UK Kindle. Danger Danger, her second Irish romantic thriller, is fast catching up on Belfast Girls, as is her collection of 12 Irish short stories, The Seanachie: Tales of Old Seamus.
Angel in Flight, featuring Angel Murphy, the new Lara Croft, described as ‘a strong minded Belfast girl’, was published in June 2012. Angel in Belfast, the second Angel Murphy thriller, came out in June 2013 and is doing well!
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’ve always loved writing. I’ve been writing since I was a child, and once I began to get my short stories published I found it very encouraging. I began writing because I’m an avid reader and I wanted to produce the sort of books I enjoy reading myself.