FREE IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW: LATEST EBOOK – A THRUST TO THE VITALS

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INSPECTOR FROST MEETS ‘DEL BOY’ TROTTER & FAMILY. AND MURDER.

β€˜Solid, straightforward detection mingled with family mayhem.’

KIRKUS REVIEWS ON A THRUST TO THE VITALS

Returning to Elmhurst many years after his involuntary departure, to attend a civic reception in his honour, Sir Rufus Seward had ignored the maxim that ‘going back’ is not always wise.

Summoned after Seward’s body is found, a wood chisel protruding from its back, Dl Joe Rafferty receives a panicky call from his younger brother, Mickey, who fears he is in the frame for Seward’s murder. Strangely, given his loathing of the dead man, Mickey had received an invitation to the reception. Keen to confront the bully who made his youth a misery, Mickey found his tormentor’s body, and fled the scene…

Rafferty, aware that his brother hated Seward, and that Mickey, a carpenter by trade, has three pointers to guilt – the means, the motive and the opportunity – finds himself torn between protecting his family and finding the real killer

‘Wonderful series. Fantastic books. I highly recommend them. They have terrific characters and interesting plots.’ Gail Farrelly, Author

9 Responses to FREE IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW: LATEST EBOOK – A THRUST TO THE VITALS

  • I am interested in reading your book but have a question about where to write the review? would writing a review on wordpress be fine?

    • gerrieevans says:

      Hi Shadowdancer.

      Thank you for taking the trouble to respond. Yes. a review on wordpress would be fine. But even better, would be a review on amazon (.com and co.uk).

      Plus anywhere else you choose to place it. πŸ™‚

      Thanks again for your interest. It’s appreciated.
      Best.
      Geraldine

      • oh ok. thanks for your answer. I actually don’t usually review books on wordpress anyways and I can see how an amazon review might be better. I do use amazon and sometimes write reviews there so will likely do that.

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      Hi Anne,
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  • Ginel says:

    Hi I would absolutely review your book, but in exchange for a review of my own (25pgs a very easy read) which is on amazon as well “25 Tips to Balance Everyday Work and Play” http://www.ginelislove.com/resources to download. Let me know if this is fine with you.

    • gerrieevans says:

      Hi G

      I would absolutely love to review your work, but I’m so backed-up with promises to review that I daren’t take on any more. If you ask me again in six weeks, I shoulde be in a better position. Unfortunately the freebie offer in exchange for a review of my own book is now over. But if you still want to review it I could organise a freebie code on Smashwords.

      If you would rather not review mine, I quite understand.
      Best.
      Geraldine

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Geraldine Evans is a British writer of police procedurals that contain a lot of humour and family drama Her15-strong Rafferty & Llewellyn series features DI Joe Rafferty, a London-Irish, working-class, lapsed Catholic, who comes from a family who think - if he must be a policeman - he might at least have the decency to be a bent one. Her 2-strong Casey & Catt series features DCI 'Will' Casey, a serious-minded, responsible policeman, whose 'the Sixties never died', irresponsible, drug-taking, hippie parents, pose particular problems of the embarrassing kind.
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