#Blogtour: Visions by Helen J. Christmas @SFDPBeginnings @rararesources #giveaway

By | April 10, 2018

It was such a pleasure to feature Beginnings by Helen J. Christmas back in January, and I know a lot of people very much liked the look of her five book series – Same Face Different Place – of which that was the first. I’m delighted today to feature the second in the series, Visions – most definitely another book I’ll be adding to my reading list.

Visions is a psychological thriller set in rural England. The year is 1985. It’s been 12 years since Eleanor escaped London, discarding the fragments of her tragic past to discover a new life. She is hiding in a remote country village, a place where she truly believes she is safe.

Her neighbour, James Barton-Wells is desperate to save his historic country house from ruin but this has attracted the attention of a wealthy property developer from London whose seemingly altruistic offer to ‘bankroll the restoration’ masks a sinister game plan. Suspicious of his motives, Eleanor consults her friend, Charles Bailey. But Charlie has his own story, fearful that Perry Hampton is the man who undoubtedly destroyed his own life.

The characters are drawn together in a battle to save Westbourne House, oblivious to the menace that surrounds them. Threats, stalking and deception lie at the root of the Hamptons evil. Yet it is not until Eleanor comes face to face with them, she recognises a deadly enemy from the past.

Can Eleanor unravel the clues that conceal an evil crime committed in the 70s? This book will draw you into a world of suspense with shocking psychological twists you will never see coming…

I’ll admit to not always being a fan of a video trailer, but this was one I loved…


With thanks to Helen and tour organiser Rachel’s Random Resources, I’m delighted to offer the chance to win a signed copy of Visions (UK Only).

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About the author

Helen J. Christmas lives on the south coast with her husband. With a love of writing since childhood, she started her decade spanning thriller series ‘Same Face Different Place’ in 2011 and published her debut novel, ‘Beginnings’ in 2012. Visions was the second book of the series and published in 2013; a suspense novel which explores British culture and social history in the 80s as well as the most evil traits people are capable of. The 16th Century cottage in which Helen lives with her husband (restored in 1991) provided endless inspiration for Visions, along with some very special places in Sussex that she loves. Writing is something she fits around her family and social life. Helen is a self employed web designer and works from home with her husband, Peter. They enjoy the company of a faithful border collie and a beautiful white cat, though Helen confesses to have dreamed up many of her storylines, whilst walking Barney around the nearby beach and park.

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2 thoughts on “#Blogtour: Visions by Helen J. Christmas @SFDPBeginnings @rararesources #giveaway

  1. The Cozy Pages

    I added Beginnings to my TBR as a result of your review in Jan. Haven’t gotten to it as yet but very happy to know Book 2 is ready… at least I can go on a semi binge when I’m ready.

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