Mike Lunnon-Wood Message Board

Piers Lunnon-Wood posts on 10/1/2015 7:57:32 AM Hi Steve, I am afraid not at this stage. The aforementioned titles are being published under a new publishing initiative called "Project Cancelled" spearheaded by Roland White the bestselling author of 'Vulcan 607'and 'Phoneix Squadron'. Dark Rose isn't concurrent with the themes of the project which is aimed at bringing back to life great and well researched military novels. It does of course leave Angel 7 & Dark Rose in the cold a bit, but my priority before those two, is to see the two unpublished books see the light of day, and I should add, the publishing of those is predicated on the success of these 4 reaching good audiences on amazon, So spread the word. PLW
Steve Colbeck posts on 9/29/2015 11:40:17 AM Any chance of dark rose?
Steve Colbeck posts on 9/29/2015 11:37:59 AM You have made my day, thanks for the update!

Piers Lunnon-Wood posts on 9/29/2015 8:28:58 AM Hello All, I apologise but it appears my messages have somehow been deleted here. In summary, new jacket designs for 1. Let Not the Deep 2. LongReach 3. King's Shilling 4. Heraklion Blue are currently being designed, and the books are being prepared for re print on demand, and will be available on all commonly used E:reader tablets. "Broken Square" and "Somewhere out there" are with the publishers and are being evaluated for potential editing and publishing sometime soon too. But the first 4 are a definite goer for now. Contracts are signed.
David Tasker posts on 8/8/2014 1:52:19 AM I am late posting here but such is the nature of Internet forums that the get "discovered" constantly. MLW books are superb. If ever the was a tribute to the Scottish (or was it British) Coast Guard then "Let not the deep" is it. For years I have scoured bookshops for his books and it is only this week that I realised that he passed away in 2008 - Not only a tragic loss to readers but a loss to the planet. If his family has unpublished works that would be wonderfull if they were able to be put into print. Regards David T, Tasmania
Steve Colbeck posts on 8/6/2013 7:08:23 PM Great to hear that we may get some more books from MLW. He is up there with my favourite authors of all time.
Trevor Long posts on 7/24/2013 6:59:24 PM Hi Piers, Thanks for the update. Will you post to this site if you are successful in getting any of the books published? Trevor
Piers Lunnon-Wood posts on 7/24/2013 11:14:01 AM Hello all. It has been a while since I have posted on here. As I may have said, I am in possession of complete works "Somewhere out there" and "Broken Square" the former about a disbanded team of ex Selous Scouts and RLI who are commissioned privately to hunt down and retrieve three British students kidnapped and held to ransom in the Zimbabwean Bush and the later I shall keep to my chest for a while. Rhodesia as I have said is heavy work. 14 completed chapters, pages of unedited notes, but a sound structure and largely complete, my uncle and Mike's twin brother Mark is now in custody of the manuscript and he plans on writing the end of the saga. I am now in talks with Harper Collins and Random House regarding the posthumous works and even about a republish of some of the older stuff. A fourth work exists. "Storm Bringer" it is in hard copy, covered in dust after it was shunned by publishers in the early eighties. A seemingly dark and menacing foray into the world of black magic. Thanks Everyone. Piers
Trevor Long posts on 7/15/2013 5:16:02 AM Hi Piers, Any luck in getting Broken Square and Somewhere Out There published?
Steve Young posts on 3/7/2012 3:00:50 PM I too am sorry to hear of his passing. I was trying to see if I could find any of his titles to put on my Kindle. I have read Dark Rose twice and find it a totaly riveting and engrossing read.
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