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A Journey Of A Million Miles Ends With The Perfect Thriller

Retired Chaplain turned thriller writer, Garner Scott Odell, launches a sparkling new series of high concept thrillers.

LONDON, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, November 9, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Setting foot on dry land for the last time, ship’s chaplain Garner Scott Odell finally hung up his clerical collar and picked up a pen to begin his new life as a thriller writer. Utilising his knowledge of exotic locations gained from over a million miles of ocean travel, Odell has crafted a novel of extraordinary breadth and authenticity.
Emerald, just published by Mirador Publishing, is the first in a series of international thrillers based on precious gemstones and sets the pace for the books to follow.

“We were delighted to be offered this series,” said Sarah Luddington, Mirador’s Commissioning Editor. “International thrillers are always popular but Odell’s background brings a unique level of authenticity that shows through on every page.”

Even though Emerald is only still in the launch phase, it has already gathered a clutch of glowing reviews with readers describing it as ‘Riveting’, ‘Exciting’ and ‘Highly intelligent’ while the influential Book Reviewer says, ‘Odell is already showing great mastery of his craft.’

Garner Scott Odell retired after many years as a clergyman, therapist, and chaplain on cruise ships. He and his wife have travelled over a million ocean miles to 176 countries and now has turned his passion to writing novels.

Emerald is available from all good bookshops and online as a trade paperback or eBook in all popular formats

Garner Scott Odell can be contacted at:
Email: garnerodell@gmail.com
Website: www.gemstonethrillers.com
Twitter: @ggodell

Mirador Publishing can be contacted via their website at www.miradorpublishing.com

Sarah Luddington
Mirador Publishing
0044 08453008827
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