Within the Veil Audiobook Now Available!

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I’m so excited to tell you that the Within the Veil audiobook is now available! You’re going to love the English & Scottish accents! If you haven’t experienced this story yet, it’s one that’s close to my heart. Thank you for reading my books! ~Brandy

“I just finished listening. Feya and Alasdair kept me company from the long drive from Colorado to Nevada . I laughed, cried, and held my breath as I journeyed with them. Hearing the voices so professionally done made it come alive. The narrator was amazing. Can’t wait for more wonderful stories from you.” ~Aileen Flowers, reader



Publishers Weekly Review of Within the Veil

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Vallance (The Covered Deep) combines unique characters, historical facts, and powerful writing to transport readers to 19th-century Scotland. Since her mother’s death, Feya Broon has been trapped in the tenements of Edinburgh caring for her siblings and drunken father. She is willing to do whatever is necessary to keep her family alive, and a petty crime lands her in the custody of palace guard Alasdair Cairncross. Considered a Gypsy by the English, Feya is looked down upon as lower class and isn’t the most important prisoner for Alasdair to transport across the countryside. Along the way to her new prison, Alasdair must confront the past he thought he had left behind, as his affections grow for the strange girl. Alasdair and Feya will need to trust each other more than expected to survive this journey, which is fraught with danger at every turn. Vallance’s spunky characters must battle their for their faith and overcome systemic barriers, including poverty and discrimination. While the ending is expected, the journey is wonderful, and Vallance uses an engrossing narrative to speak about delicate social issues in this impressive tale. http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-9974997-0-4


Author Chat: Brandy Vallance & Joseph Courtemanche

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I had a great time talking with Joseph Courtemanche, author of Assault on Saint Agnes.

Joseph Courtemanche is a former Police Officer and Middle East/North Africa analyst. He is a distinguished veteran of the Naval Security Group of the United States Navy, and an Arabic Linguist with training at the University of Minnesota and the Defense Language Institute (Honors Graduate). Joseph holds several military awards, including two flag letters of commendation for his work in providing real-time intelligence support to commanders in the field. His experience provides the background that’s crucial to his writing in the thriller genre. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, and holds degrees from two other colleges as well.