Review: Sins of the Father by Melissa Barker-Simpson

Sins of the Father by Melissa Barker-Simpson Sins of the Father (Introducing Morgan and Fairchild)

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As a former Royal Marine Commando, Brad Morgan is among the best of the best. Now heading up his own unit in the private security world, he lives by the mottos he served by. When Alicia Gladstone, a star in the entertainment industry, is put under threat, Brad and his team at Morgan and Fairchild must step in to find a killer before it’s too late. At the peak of physical and mental fitness, all his years of training are put to the test when he is forced into a world artificial by nature, and too distracting for his own good. But it isn’t the environment that poses the biggest threat. It is the past he ran away from, one he thought he had overcome.

Melissa Barker-Simpson

Melissa Barker-Simpson

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I’ve been writing since, well…since I was knee-high to a grasshopper. I often look back on those earlier stories, and apart from laughing at the heavy-handed drama, or cringing at my inexperience, I am reminded that I have always lived in other worlds.

My first novel was published in 2008, and I love nothing more than working on a new project. The voices inside my head invariably pull me in different directions, so although I try to work on one thing at a time, those who know me would tell you it doesn’t always work!

I have a full-time job which, though does not involve writing per se, incorporates my love of language. As a British Sign Language Interpreter, I get to translate information between two languages which is (mostly) fun.

I have two beautiful daughters who bring me great joy. They also keep me grounded, because otherwise I would have my head in the clouds permanently!

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2 comments on “Review: Sins of the Father by Melissa Barker-Simpson

  1. Wow! I’m speechless after listening to your awesome review. I’m over the moon that you enjoyed the team and can’t thank you enough for sharing how much. The timing is also pretty perfect. I’ve been working on the third in the series for a while. Truth be told, it should be published by now, and I’m still not satisfied. You’ve given me such a boost I’m going to put my insomnia to good use and take another look at it. If nothing else it will be fun spending time with the gang! Thanks again.

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