MT McGuire Books

Looking For Trouble, K’Barthan Series: Part 4

Looking For Trouble is the fourth book in the, K’Barthan Series

The cover of Looking For Trouble

The cover of Looking For Trouble

The Pan of Hamgee doesn’t believe in miracles but if he’s going to save K’Barth it looks as if he might need one.

He’s not quite as alone as he thought. The punters from The Parrot and Screwdriver are right behind him and he has rescued three of his friends from the Grongolian Security Forces. They are three of the nation’s most wanted, of course, which doesn’t make life easy. He even has something of a plan for once. It involves making peace with the Resistance, trying to resurrect the Underground movement, and toppling Lord Vernon.

Now, The Pan just needs to keep his head down and maintain a low profile. He must be brave and clever and stay in control. That’s going to be a first. But the hardest part will be staying alive long enough to put his plan into action.

Written in British English with a little light swearing.
Suggested cinema rating: PG

Independent Reviewers Say…

The author has created a world here that we want to believe in and characters we variously detest, admire or even love. It’s dotted with danger, humour, horror and romance. It’s oozing with charm but it’s not a sweet, chintzy charm. It’s charm with a side order of sarcasm and drizzled with attitude. You can’t help but be drawn in. I loved every moment. ’Ignitebooks 5 Star Indies (Amazon top 500 reviewer).

Well worth reading the whole series. Read all four books in five days. Just couldn’t put the book down once started.’ — Amazon Review.

To order click on the links.

Amazon UK
Amazon US
Google Play
iBooks — this should take you to your local store.
Barnes & Noble (nook)

In print:

The Book Depository.
Amazon US.
From your local Amazon, if you live outside those two.

To borrow.

All M T McGuire books are available to libraries across the UK, Australasia and North and South America. If your library gets its ebooks from any of the wholesalers listed below, then in most cases, to borrow Looking For Trouble, all you need to do is ask your librarian.

Baker and Taylor’s Axis360
Gardners: Askews & Holts (A&H) and VLeBooks one of the the UK’s largest library ebook providers, serving over 2,000 public libraries. VLeBooks service provides similar library ebook checkout services for about 400 academic libraries. Gardners is the UK’s largest book wholesaler and carry my paperbacks, too.
Library Direct.
Odilo: a global ebook supplier to over 2,000 public libraries in North America, Europe and South America.
OverDrive: OverDrive operates the ebook checkout and procurement systems for more than 20,000 public libraries around the world.

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4 comments... add one yourself ?

  1. […] Oh… and did I tell you I had a book out today? More on that story, and links to buy, here. […]

  2. […] Oh… and did I tell you I had a book out today? More on that story, and links to buy, here. […]

  3. Just enjoyed 1, 2, and 3 of ur hamgees books from kindle. Part 4 in paper back, brilliant! but not that useful on a Sunday morning. ;-(

  4. Hello there, the links to the ebook sites are the first bunch of links and the links after the words, ‘in print’ are the links to the paperbacks.

    I hope that helps




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