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2 Free eNovels by Gary Baker

Nurse Becky Gets Shot

Thriller and crime caper – 303 pages.
Download PDF (1110KB), MS Reader (259KB) or PDF.ZIP (705KB).

John Wilson, Editor, Writer’s Workshop, said,
“… one of the best thrillers I’ve read in a long, long time… provides enough mysteries, clues, red herrings and twists and turns to last a life time.”

The Ardly Effect

Humerous science fiction – 261 pages.
Download PDF (1040KB), MS Reader (237KB)
or PDF.ZIP (665KB).

Phil Jones of said,
“… Even if you’re not a huge fan of Science Fiction, you’ll find a lot to enjoy from this book. The characters are a joy to read and that first chapter just has to be read. The book is full of little surprises and some of the reveals are truly entertaining. I don’t want to talk too much about the plot because I think it should be saved for when you read this book. … Baker has plenty of material for the follow on books and could quite happily do a prequel as well. I really hope people will read this book and it provided me with so much enjoyment. One of the best books I’ve read in a long time.”

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  • R McEwan

    I read The Ardly Effect in a single sitting. Loved it. Funny and thought provoking. I give it 9 out of 10 – any idea when the rest of the trilogy is due?

  • R McEwan

    I forgot to say: I tried Nurse Becky after I enjoyed Ardly Effect. Not usually my thing but it was quite a good read – not at all like the funny Sci Fi book, fast paced and very dark humour. An unusual book but glad I read it. 8 out of 10 from me.

  • K Good

    Excellent book. I read it in a single sitting and thoroughly enjoyed it. I would love to read more of the fascinating characters and how Marshia continues to evolve.

  • Mike Hill

    I’m no literary critic, but I thought “Nurse Becky” was very good. The first few pages of the story line had my head spinning – I kept going back to see if I missed something. After a few pages more, things clicked into place for me. The “Englishisms” were amusing – “bloody well” this and that, English spellings of words like “colour”. There were also several simple misspellings, too, like “waste-high’ for “waist-high” and “tea-shirt” for “T-shirt”.

    Good read – worth your time……….


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