“It is December 2001. Eight years on, Charlie remains imprisoned in a Saudi Arabian jail while Noor has made a life for herself and her child in a North Carolina mountain town.
After the recent 9/11 attacks the world is a very different place. Yet Charlie and Noor are faced with the same issue. Will they reunite? And if they do, will they ever be allowed to live in peace? It seems unlikely. After all Charlie is serving a life sentence and the Prince still has men searching for Noor and his child. Yet one thing that can never be extinguished is Charlie and Noor’s love for each other nor Noor’s love for her child. It means they are prepared to take risks that others would flee from.
In Release, the third and final novel in the Refuge Trilogy, N. G. Osborne concludes Noor and Charlie’s epic story. It takes us on a thrilling and emotional journey from Saudi Arabia to Pakistan and all the way across the United States, with one burning question ever present. Will Noor and Charlie finally be released from the forces that are so intent on tearing them apart?”
For those who have followed us for some time, you will know that I take 5 minutes out every now and then to promote Nick Osborne’s novels. Nick, you will remember (no pun intended), was one of the producers of “Remember Me” and I happen to forge a lovely friendship with him since about 2009. I have been fortunate enough to proofread all 3 books from the trilogy “Refuge”, “Resilience” and now “Release”. I mentioned last month that the release of Nick’s final instalment would be the end of July, but as happens with life things get busy. For those who follow on Facebook or receive email updates from Nick, you will have been happy to receive the following update:
I hope you enjoy “Release” as much as I did. This is a great story and all the way through reading the 3 novels I could imagine it being translated into a fantastic film. Don’t worry I’m pretty sure I’ve mentioned that a few times to Nick. So the long wait is almost over. Happy reading and if you are unfamiliar with Nick, you can check out more information at Nick’s website. He’s a fascinating guy.
UPDATED 21 AUGUST 2015
“Release” is now available on Kindle from Amazon:
- US here
- UK here
- Australia here
- Spain here
- Germany here
- For other territories please search for “Osborne Release”
UPDATED 1 OCTOBER 2015
For those, like me, who prefer reading actual books, “Release” is now available in paperback.
I don’t need to tell you that it’s a fantastic read.
Also, here’s a little message from Nick: