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FREE FOR YOU! FIRST FOUR NOVELS IN RAFFERTY & LLEWELLYN MYSTERY SERIES
‘DARN GOOD READ.’ 17-STRONG SERIES
Tired of reading avid authors’ descriptions of serial killers’ sadism?
Long for a mystery that introduces you to an engaging, often failing, main character?
Then meet Detective Inspector Joe Rafferty. He tries. He fails. Educated in the University of Life, not Oxbridge, so he certainly isn’t a detecting genius like Sherlock Holmes. He’s got his problems—A Ma who’s pushing him to marry again; a larger family who don’t always obey the letter of the law; and a po-faced partner who looks with a jaundiced eye on his often mercurial conduct of cases – never mind his family. His family – many of whom think that if he must be a copper, he might at least have the decency to be a bent one. And then there’s his boss…but the less said about him the better.
4-NOVEL MYSTERY SERIES BOXSET
‘Contagious detective duo.’
DEAD BEFORE MORNING #1
A murder victim with no face. A media calling for answers. And a detective with a family not averse to a little gentle law-bending.
Newly-promoted British Detective Joe Rafferty and his partner, Sergeant Dafyd Llewellyn in a murder mystery involving the killing of a young woman bludgeoned beyond recognition, with no ID and found in a secure place to which she supposedly had no admission. Who is she? How has she gained access? And who was responsible for her murder?
DOWN AMONG THE DEAD MEN #2
A murder victim with no known enemies. A dead patriarch. And a detective who’s struggling.
Rafferty and Llewellyn set out to discover who killed Barbara Longman, a woman with no known enemies. But it soon becomes apparent that the murder has been committed by someone who must have known the victim very well.
DEATH LINE #3
A murdered seer who failed to predict his own future. A partner who refuses to see the murder as an inside job. And a Detective who’s coming up empty.
The detective duo try to solve the murder, with his own crystal ball, of the famed ‘seer’, Jasper Moon. Gradually it becomes clear that Jasper Moon was a man of many parts, not all of them very savoury.
THE HANGING TREE #4
A disappearing murder victim no one would miss. A witness destined to haunt him. And a Detective who felt ambivalent about getting a conviction.
The detective pair investigate the case of the vanishing hanged man. But when the dead man turns up for a second time, they discover he was a man many had reason to hate. Because Maurice Smith, charged years earlier with four child rapes, had escaped on a legal technicality. Was someone acting as the public executioner, dealing out their own form of justice on the legendary Hanging Tree?
If you like the Detective Bill Slider novels, the Dalziel and Pascoe series, and Stephanie Plum, the multi-book Rafferty & Llewellyn series brings the wit, wisdom and willingness to bend the law with the best of them.
Buy this book to learn about the enterprising Joe Rafferty, his ne’er-do-well family, and po-faced partner.
Hope to soon have The Hanging Tree published on kindle. Meanwhile, here’s a peak at the cover. It’s not quite the final version as it’s going to have another tweak with, hopefully, another noose fixed on the letter ‘H’ of Hanging. My idea. I just thought it added that little something extra.
I’ve done the trailer for this book. It’s got the pre-tweaked book cover, but I had the trailer finished all but the cover for days and then I received this nearly finished cover from Rick Capidamonte of Booknook.biz who do my covers and eformatting and I couldn’t resist using it. Hope it works as this is from my website rather than my usual YouTube.