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Martin Roy Hill commented on Liam Saville's photo
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"This is a great read, folks, with a fully plausible plot. Military investigator Sam Ryan is a great character, too."
May 23
Liam Saville posted photos
May 21
Liam Saville commented on Martin Roy Hill's blog post Empty Places on sale for 99 cents!
"Empty Places is a seriously good book folks, I strongly recommend you take a look.  Martin has a real winner on his hands, and for 99 cents you just can't go wrong."
May 13
Liam Saville replied to George Betsos's discussion Translation of Peter Temple's Truth in Greek, discussion - feedback
"George, As an Aussie author I'm happy to help you out with some of these.    Page 2:  I'd need to see a bit more of the paragraph that it comes from, it could mean a few different things.   Page 13: The "drive…"
Mar 27
Liam Saville and Markus Ahonen are now friends
Mar 5
Liam Saville replied to Frank Zubek's discussion Need to know about blood stains on a sidewalk
"I know this thread is getting a bit old now, but if you want some info on this topic have a look at this Youtube video.  The street clean-up starts at about the 25 minute mark. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KX1HWto2caI Also, check out…"
Oct 9, 2013
Brian Hoffman and Liam Saville are now friends
Jan 29, 2013
Liam Saville replied to I. J. Parker's discussion Publishing Issue: Fonts
"What I did to make my initial choice was to print off a couple of pages in a few different fonts and sizes, then compared these to a bunch of books on my shelf.  It helped me narrow it down, then once I had what I thought was good I set that…"
Jan 25, 2013
Liam Saville replied to I. J. Parker's discussion Publishing Issue: Fonts
"I wasn't going to do a print version either, but I had a few people ask for a printed copy and as print on demand is cheap and easy I decided to give it a go.  I haven't sold many printed copies online, but they have been great for…"
Jan 24, 2013
Liam Saville replied to I. J. Parker's discussion Publishing Issue: Fonts
"I think it's really a personal preference.  I used Garamond 12 for the Createspace version of my novella and I'm very happy with the result.  As Temple said however, the good thing with Createspace is that you can order a proof…"
Jan 24, 2013
Cammy May Hunnicutt left a comment for Liam Saville
"Thanks for connecting, Liam.  I like your cover. Like a robot grasshopper, oozing menace."
Jan 24, 2013
Liam Saville commented on Martin Roy Hill's blog post Predator Strike! hits home
"Cammy, I agree with Martin, really interesting chapter. When I started doing some research for the book I was really surprised by just how many "alternative" theories there are out there about bin Laden.  I for one however sincerely…"
Jan 24, 2013
Liam Saville commented on Martin Roy Hill's blog post Predator Strike! hits home
"Hope you like the book Brian, thanks for the review Martin."
Jan 24, 2013
Liam Saville left a comment for pamilar
"Perhaps we have all won the Nigerian National Lottery. Just forward all your banking details so the winnings can be deposited."
Jan 13, 2013
pamilar left a comment for Liam Saville
"Hello, Am Pamilar, I really want to have a good friendship with you. i have something special i want to discuses with you. You can get back to me, directly to my e-mail. frpamilar@yahoo.co.uk"
Jan 12, 2013
Liam Saville posted a blog post

Review - The Killing Depths, Martin Roy Hill

A gripping military thriller that’s bound for the best seller list.Martin Roy Hill had me captivated from the very beginning of this modern locked room mystery and compelling naval thriller.  Set aboard the USS Encinitas, the US Navy’s first attack submarine with a mixed-gender crew, The Killing Depths tells the tale of the hunt for a serial killer amidst the high pressure atmosphere of an ongoing submarine battle. NCIS Special Agent and former Naval Academy cadet, Linus Schag is sent to the…See More
Jan 9, 2013

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Liam Saville is the author of the military crime thriller, Predator Strike. He is a former member of the Australian Defence Force, and has served as a police officer in his home state of New South Wales. He resides in Sydney with his wife and children.
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Mark Abernethy, Lee Child, Michael Connelly, David Baldarcci

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Review - The Killing Depths, Martin Roy Hill

A gripping military thriller that’s bound for the best seller list.

Martin Roy Hill had me captivated from the very beginning of this modern locked room mystery and compelling naval thriller.  Set aboard the USS Encinitas, the US Navy’s first attack submarine with a mixed-gender crew, The Killing Depths tells the tale of the hunt for a serial killer amidst the high pressure atmosphere of an ongoing submarine battle. 

NCIS Special Agent and former Naval Academy cadet, Linus…

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At 4:14pm on January 24, 2013, Cammy May Hunnicutt said…

Thanks for connecting, Liam.  I like your cover.

Like a robot grasshopper, oozing menace.

At 10:42pm on January 12, 2013, pamilar said…

Hello, Am Pamilar, I really want to have a good friendship with you. i have something special i want to discuses with you. You can get back to me, directly to my e-mail. frpamilar@yahoo.co.uk

At 11:45am on November 12, 2012, Cher said…
Will an Aussie or NZ narrator work? We don't get a lot of work for them and they're splendid I need an electronic copy of the first chapter, a synopsis and a short bio of you. A "buy the book" link is also good. Cher
 
 
 

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