Bravo Victor is the sixth in The Princelings of the East series, and stars Victor, keeper of the Inn of the Seventh Happiness, a much-loved character in four of the previous books.

On Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th July, from midnight to midnight PST (California time; 8am Wed to 8 am Friday UK time), Bravo Victor will be FREE to download from Amazon.  This is your last chance to get the ebook free before it is no longer exclusive to Amazon and becomes available on Nook, Kobo and the Apple iPad through Smashwords and their partners.


Bravo Victor by Jemima Pett

BravoVictor 250web| published 2 May 2014 by Princelings Publications | approx 181 pages | age 12 and up

It’s now 2015.  Victor has grown up, but in spite of his ambitions to be a business guru, he’s still running the Inn of the Seventh Happiness in his spare time.  Fate takes a hand when he visits King Fred of Castle Marsh and is whisked off on a mission to help Sundance and his beautiful accomplice unmask a criminal, and investigate why George has not returned home after his visit to a flying festival. He narrates the particulars of his travels in the Rhinelands, and his quandary when he meets a friend from his past – or is it his future?

Lovers of the series will enjoy this latest adventure, and newcomers will be pleased to find a chronology of major events in earlier tales relevant to this book as well as a cast of characters.  It’s a mystery adventure featuring business intrigue and smuggling in a world not quite like ours, suitable for ages 12 and upwards.




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4 thoughts on “Bravo Victor – Last chance of a FREE copy

    • 11 July, 2014 at 10:44 pm

      Thanks, David. I won’t say it was my most successful promo – but I think it’s part of being book 6 in the series. 🙂

  • 18 July, 2014 at 4:11 am

    I read BV while trekking. . . And if anyone missed the free days, it is totally worth buying :). I won’t say I sat up late reading it, because I was too exhausted for that. But it kept me awake long enough each night to finish it, and that would be a triumph!

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