Bestseller The Flaw in the Fabric Now Available in Print and Audiobook Worldwide, Except for Canada by kalai7


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									Bestseller The Flaw in the Fabric Now Available in Print and Audiobook
Worldwide, Except for Canada

A strange karma returns Raymond Kidd to an earlier life in a previous
century while replacing him in this one with two brothers haunting the
basement of his seaside home. Hope, love, suspense, magic and mystery all
adrift in a sea of uncertainty, as the fabric of reality begins to

Little River, CA, May 10, 2013 -- Bestseller The Flaw in the Fabric, Book
1 of A <a href="">Travellers Guide for Lost
Souls</a>, by <a href="">Jim Lindsey</a>, is
now available as a paperback, audiobook and e-book worldwide (except for
Canada where the illustrated edition will appear this fall). The Kindle
edition of The Flaw and its companion poetry book, Snapshots from the In
Between, will be available free for download from Amazon May 11-12 and
May 22-24.

“The writing is enticing, the story multi-layered. I enjoyed falling
under its spell. Well done. Draws you into the story from the first
page.” (Judges for the 2012 Annual Book Awards, Bay Area Independent
Publishers Association)

“Wildly imaginative black comedy. The gripping opening drags the reader
into the nightmare of Raymond’s brush with the supernatural, with the
threat of the invasive sea in the basement suffocatingly real. The
details, such as the spectacles that won’t come off Raymond’s face and
turn everyone he sees to a death’s head, are surreal and horribly
convincing. Lindsey has an enviable turn of phrase and this is excellent
black comedy. The storyline has the classic fantasy themes of the dark
forces versus the flawed human hero, and the alliances which develop in a
world where magic is possible (Jean Gill, France)

“How to write like a pirate! Superb writing style and a captivating story
filled with shining and disappearing characters, ghostly insights and
laugh out loud humor. Great read. I’m hooked. Bring on the sequel,
prequel or any work by this author. It’s just that good.” (C. L. Sumruld,
Nashville, Tennessee)

“The style is unique, the colorful language and characters endearing. The
gentle choice of words in intimate moments is both sweet and believable.
The "A slip through time and space. This highly textured and
imaginatively written book will take you through reincarnation and romps
through time. Go with it! I did. ” (Linda Ofshe)

“Five stars. Entertaining and exciting read. There is no flaw in this
fabric. It is great to pick up a book by an unknown writer and be blown
away by the quality of the story and writing. I see great things in the
future for Mr Lindsey. (<a
p">Peter c Ike</a> on Amazon reviews)

“Jim Lindsey shares a light and amusing view of life in the "here and
now" and in the beyond. He is obviously a student of human nature giving
a believable quality to the motivations of his characters." (F. Cech on
Amazon reviews)

“Eighteenth century time travel, grinding existential angst and hearty
dollops of Buddhist-flavored metaphysics.” (Standard-Times San Angelo

“What a beautifully prepared audiobook! I’ve listened to hundreds of
audiobooks and this is one of the best I’ve ever heard.” (Laura Maask,

About the Book:
To purchase, visit Flaw in the Fabric,
Book 1 of A Travellers Guide for Lost Souls by Jim T. Lindsey -
Publisher: SeaStorm Press - ISBN-13: 978-1484914502 (CreateSpace-
Assigned) ISBN-10: 1484914503 BISAC: Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal– 300
pages - Published: May 2013. Cat McCallum wants her husband back. But
down-on-his-luck actor Raymond Kidd is nowhere to be found. In fact, he
has fallen through a flaw in the fabric of space and time to an earlier
life as Oliver Cole, sailing ship captain in mid-nineteenth century
Halifax. Cat does have help. Angle and Octave Daggon, two ghosts from the
basement of Raymond’s seaside house, have come to life again. Former
school teacher Octave has a crush on Cat and former pirate Angle once
preyed on Captain Cole and wants to make amends. The three make a
dedicated crew, but they need yet more help to retrieve someone who no
longer exists. More help is available. The flaw in the fabric is still
open. Unfortunately, there’s no telling what else might come through it.
Evil loves doors.

About the author:
Jim T. Lindsey is the award-winning author of two books of poetry, In
Lieu of Mecca, University of Pittsburgh Press and The Difficult Days,
Princeton University Press. He has reported for three Texas papers
including the Dallas Morning News. Jim moved from the San Francisco Bay
Area to the province of Nova Scotia in Canada to further his experience
as a Buddhist practitioner. He lives in Prospect, a seaside village with
a long history and a wealth of storytellers, and is the originator of the
discipline of contemplative ocean rowing. His next book, Rowga, The Yoga
of Rowing, is forthcoming from Arcadia House Publishing of Halifax.

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