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Jordan and Stella now available in paperback (still at the introductory price of not very much at all ((99p)) or (if you like) beautiful hardback.
Very excited to have won a signed copy of this book. I have of course already read it and thoroughly enjoyed it. But to have one from the hand of the author is pretty special.
Free on Kindle from 21st to 25th February.
The first in the best selling Tanya Miller Series.
Free worldwide until tomorrow. Number five in the Miller series. Bodies in gardens, boys on trains and nasty accidents. Oh my!!!
The second in the Tanya Miller series.
I have to admit that this is way out of my comfort zone. I don’t really go for murder mysteries but I have to admit that this book was an on your edge of your seat page turner. I like how the author draws out the drama and has the reader glued to the book as you want to see who done it. I also have to admit that I appreciated the fact that it wasn’t an obvious outcome.
Once I started read this book,I couldn’t put it down. You could imagine the characters being in a TV series. And if it was to made into a series on TV I would watch it. And would read some more books from this author again.
Very interesting story line, two scenarios running side by side. The intrigue compiled by the author makes this a book hard to put down. We have an ending but the beginnings of a new book.
Body By the Docks.
Another adventure for DI Carr and DC Denn – The search for a killer takes them out in the countryside of West Lancashire but first they have to identify the poor burned body.
Okay – so here’s a surprise. Meet D I Jordan Carr in his first major case.
Beatrice had always been afraid of the dark. Not so scared that it was a problem. Just a small quickening of her heartbeat, a tiny tingle of dread somewhere down in the pit of her stomach. Of course, you shouldn’t be afraid of something that doesn’t really exist, and the dark is only the lack of light. That’s what her mother had always told her. It was the things that might be hidden in the dark that were the cause of her fear. And with what had happened in the last few weeks, everything her mother had told her was now being called into question. Everything.
She knew that the chances of something really being there were very slim. At least, that was what she had made herself believe.
The noise in the night was small and indistinct. A cat, she thought, hunting in the alley. A dog possibly. But nothing to worry about, nothing to fear. Ironically, it was as she turned on the light that the danger came.
She fought hard, gave it everything she could. She clawed at his face and dragged at the bag and drew in panicked breaths. She mustn’t let it cover her mouth. She was dizzied and terrified, but she fought on until, at the end, apart from the pain, intense and stultifying, there was also a vague sort of indignant surprise. It seemed that she had been right about the dark all along.