Welcome to the official website of author, Helen J. Christmas, creator of the series ‘Same Face Different Place.’
‘Same Face Different Place’ is a series of novels set in England; a dark and romantic mystery thriller which rolls across 4 decades…
“It had me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end.”
“This is a gripping tale of suspense.”
“There is such evil and such innocence, impossible to put down.”
A chilling tale of control, desire and obsession.
Book 1 Beginnings, Book 2 Visions and now Book 3 Pleasures are available on Amazon
(click the book covers to go directly to the links)
Reviews for Beginnings:
I have to say this is one of the best books I have ever read! Not only was it an exciting page turner, it was the most heart-felt love story that will play over and over in my mind. Helen’s writing is descriptive and captivating. Not many stories have such a profound affect on me. I will immediately be downloading the sequel and purchasing the paperback. It is a book to own and treasure.
I loved reading this from start to finish my first by this author and looking forward to reading more. It leaves you hooked from the start the London crime books are one of my favourites and this author could well follow in the league of Martina Cole and Kimberley chambers. Well done to the author.
Reviews for Visions:
Absolutely loved this book – in fact I never wanted it to end. It had me on the edge of my seat, never knowing what was round the corner. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series.
Author Helen Christmas knows how to take a reader for a thrilling ride! This is the second book of her series, I highly recommend you read that as well.
Reviews for Pleasures:
Absolutely fantastic book, gripping, great writing. The characters and story line develop from the previous book, there is such evil and such innocence, impossible to put down.
This is the 3rd book in a saga which begins in gangland London in the 1970s and spans 3 decades. This book, like the other 2 does not fail to disappoint. Helen is a skilled writer with attention to fine detail on everything from the landscapes, the weather to human emotions through to her back ground research. Her descriptions of scenes and scenery are very carefully crafted. The book can be read without having first read books 1 & 2 because she skilfully weaves in the background to what is happened. The story builds to an extremely gripping, edge of seat dramatic ending in which you can’t turn the pages fast enough; constantly rooting for the main character Eleanor and her safety. I love the way Helen puts events in their historical context. Eg you learn about the rave and ecstasy scene, the 1987 hurricane and why the devastation was so bad. I hope lots of people will read this book because they are missing out if they don’t.