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Kate Allen is a talented but frustrated journalist who, like many smart people, is working a dead-end job. When she gets the chance to interview French actor and Hollywood superstar René Socarov, she thinks she’s landed her big break. But the day after their interview, René is found dead. Armed only with a name, ‘Andreas,’ Kate The Yolk by Kreg Mills book coversets out for Paris to uncover the truth behind René’s past and the secret that holds the key to his murder. Chased across Old Europe by violent criminals and never sure who she can trust, Kate is a long way from home and in deep. Who killed René Socarov? What ancient secrets do his family hold? And who is tracking Kate across Europe?

“Kate is the new Bond, only better because she’s a woman” – David Franzoni, Academy Award winning Producer/Author of Gladiator

Kreg Mills is a journalist, author and screenwriter. He was born in Calgary in 1967. Educated in Canada, America and Scotland, he has in addition lived in Madrid and London for many years. His peripatetic life has led to writing, characters and plots that span the globe. Kreg majored in marketing and has worked extensively in the film, communications and restaurant industries. Tracing his family origins, he developed a keen interest in European history and has studied many of the dynasties of the 19th and 20th centuries.

The Yolk is a remarkable thriller that contrasts Old World Europe with razor sharp action, and review copies of the book are currently available. All reviews posted before December 2013 will be included as part of the blog tour for this book, and linked to from this page. If you’d like to find out more, please e-mail matthew@electricreads.com.

In addition to offering review copies, the author is also available for interview and is happy to speak on a range of topics. If you’d like to find out more about Kreg Mills and his writing, you can visit his personal website at: www.kregmills.com. You can find out more about the book on its Amazon pages:

Amazon UK page                                Amazon US page

Review copies are available in print or eBook format, e-mail matthew@electricreads.com for more details.

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