Bodrum, Books, Turkey Street

Turkey Street is Open for Business

Turkey StTurkey Street is an ancient road ‘… just wide enough for two emaciated camels to pass each other unhindered’. Now you can take a stroll along its winding path following in the strappy sandals of Alexander the Great as he tried (and nearly failed) to ‘…wrest old Halicarnassus from the doughty Persians’. But be wary of the ‘…motorcades of Nissan tanks flanked by Vespas on amphetamines’, something Alexander never had to contend with. Turkey Street is now open for business. Relax, open a bottle, kick off your heels and maybe grab the Kleenex.

The real strength of Turkey Street though is that at its heart is a genuinely touching love story.

 Amazon Review

Five Star Review

Greetings from a wet, blowy Norwich. Oh, to be in Bodrum once again. Nevertheless, Liam and I will be popping open the bubbly later to celebrate. This one’s been a bit of a labour of love. Thank you so much for all the pre-orders and messages of support. I’m chuffed.

Turkey Street: Jack and Liam move to Bodrum is officially published today.

Order the paperback on Amazon | Buy the Kindle on Amazon | Other buying options

 With thanks to Annie from Back to Bodrum for the photo.

15 thoughts on “Turkey Street is Open for Business

    1. Ah, how sweet. Thank you. In fact most of the cast are a mix and match of the wide spectrum of people we met along the way, blended together to protect the guilty ;-). Character assassination was never my game, just a desire to shine a little light on expatland. Sometimes it was funny, sometimes touching, sometimes just plain ugly but always fascinating.

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  1. Just went on Amazon to see if I could order this in Canada, I can and have although it has a long shipping time. Just reading the blurb about the book though I can see a movie in the not too distant future…Best Marigold Hotel style!!

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    1. Thank you! Sorry about the shipping time. It’s printed in the US. A film would be nice, would it? That’s what people said about the first instalment and no producer came calling. Ah well! 🙂

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