Saturday, September 12, 2015


For a limited time, THE BRITISH AGENT COLLECTION—includes Alaina Claiborne, Blackwood Crossing, and Clayton's Honoris available for only $3.99! 

This particular offer is at Amazon only, and I don't know yet how long it will last. 

Three men willing to risk life and duty for honor.
Three women willing to risk everything for love and family.
Amazon | B&N | iBooks | Kobo
Series: British Agent Novels, Book 1-3
Setting: England, Scotland, and Ireland
Characters: Devon Clayton, Anne Doyle, Alaina Claiborne, Tristan Sheffield, Charles Blackwood, Rhona Davidson
Edition Language: English
Format: E-book (832 pages)
ISBN-10: 0996507663 (ISBN-13: 978-0996507660)
Published: August 14, 2015 by Cambron Press, an imprint of Cambron Publishing Group LLC

For more details, reader extras, excerpts, and all buying options, CLICK HERE.

Praise for the British Agent Novels
"Ms. McClintock succeeds in masterfully weaving both genres meticulously together until mystery lovers are sold on romance and romance lovers love the mystery!" —InD'Tale Magazine (on Alaina Claiborne)

"The balance between romance, mystery, and adventure was perfect . . . With memorable characters and an entertaining plot, Alaina Claiborne has it all. —Readers' Favorite

"Ms. McClintock weaves a thick tapestry of mystery and romance in her historical setting . . . Multiple twists and unexpected alliances hook the reader into her complex tale . . . Bravo Ms. McClintock!" 
InD'Tale Magazine (on Blackwood Crossing)

"MK McClintock has spun an enchanting tale deeply entrenched in the lands of Scotland and England that will leave you riveted to your chair until you turn the last page." 
—Donna McBroom-Theriot, (on Blackwood Crossing)

"This is a wonderful book with suspense to keep me on the edge of my seat and surprises to keep me guessing . . . a feisty heroine and a strong, gentle hero . . . My poetic soul is fed by the beautiful descriptions of nature."
—Verna Mitchell, poet and author of Somewhere Beyond the Blue (on Blackwood Crossing)

"Ms. McClintock is a master of making the written language beautiful. Her descriptions of the Irish and English landscape have a lyrical quality; the words jumped off the page like musical notes." 
—Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars (on Clayton's Honor)

"Another captivating case for the British Agents! Again, this writer hasn't disappointed me with this beautiful Victorian historical set in England and Ireland."—Nicole Laverdure, 5 Stars  (on Clayton's Honor)

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