‘A great combination of police work and personal lives. Can’t wait to read more!’ Amazon.com Reviewer
I’m doing my first Bookbub advert from 7th October to 9th October for one of my box sets.
Here are the links:
Finally! I’ve done it. My two Rafferty & Llewellyn Box Sets are available on Apple. Phew!
‘Contagious Detective Duo.’
I swear I was cursed with Apple. Whatever I did, there was something wrong with every book I tried to upload. Metadata – wrong. Cover – wrong. Don’t mention the other big ‘A’ – wrong. In fact don’t mention anybody, apparently including your own website – wrong.
Anyway I’ve finally done it to Apple’s liking. Miracle!
I really need a lie down now, but I’d better get on and upload the rest of my books while I’m on a roll!
BLOOD ON THE BONES,#9 in the Rafferty and Llewellyn procedural series, is my latest ebook. Just uploaded to amazon. £1.92 / $2.99 or thereabouts.
If you like some humour with your murders, you’ll love this series
BLOOD ON THE BONES Free on amazon kindle from 3 April 2013 for five days.
Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/11A9KEj
Amazon US: http://amzn.to/11zXYtM
But WAIT! Because the book will be FREE for five days from 3 April 2013.
What’s the book about? I’ll tell you.
‘Clever plotting and polished prose make for a cracking good British police procedural.’ Booklist on Blood on the Bones.
Gladly-lapsed Catholic Detective Inspector Joe Rafferty wasn’t best pleased when he learned their latest case was at the local RC Convent, where a body had been discovered in a shallow grave in the grounds. The nuns’ order was an enclosed, contemplative one, and access to their house and grounds, with its surrounding eight foot high walls, far from easy.
Rafferty was inclined to think this was an inside job. Prejudiced by his rigid schooling, he didn’t find it as hard as his DS, Dafyd Llewellyn, to believe that nuns were capable of murder. But then, events meant that the suspects stretched to include the nuns’ doctor and the priest – who turned out to be none other than Father Roberto Kelly, ‘the greatest sinner in the parish’.
It was, for Rafferty, a difficult case from the start, not helped by the fact that he had received a blackmail letter that very morning. Convinced that one of the nuns had killed the man, Rafferty’s question: ‘Why?’, required him to dig deep into the past and to the mores of an earlier generation.
‘As always with a Rafferty/Llewellyn story, Geraldine Evans keeps you guessing and provides a pleasing vein of humour throughout. This is a well-plotted tale with an unusual theme. Clever and unexpected twists make the story a delight and, as always, the ending remains a surprise until the very last page.’ Mystery Women (now Mystery People)
For lovers of cozy mysteries and procedurals.
OTHER RAFFERTY BRITISH MYSTERIES ON KINDLE
Dead Before Morning #1
Down Among the Dead Men #2
Death Line #3
The Hanging Tree #4
Absolute Poison #5
Dying For You #6 CURRENTLY FREE
Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/WZLlEf
Amazon US: http://amzn.to/XquWby
Amazon CAN: http://amzn.to/Wmnqkt
Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/11Bm8UV
Bad Blood #7
Love Lies Bleeding #8
Deadly Reunion #14
Kith and Kill #15
STANDALONE eBOOKS AVAILABLE
Reluctant Queen: Tudor Historical Novel
;About the defiant little sister of infamous English king, Henry VIII
The Egg Factory: Contemporary Suspense
A New Millennium suspense novel set in the infertility industry. The Egg Factory shows what happens when desperation turns deadly…
AND MORE RAFFERTY PROCEDURALS COMING SOON
A Thrust to the Vitals #10 Available as an ebook end-April 2013
Death Dues #11 Available as an ebook first half of 2013
All the Lonely People #12 eRights held by Severn House Publishers
Currently available in print only
Death Dance #13 eRights held by Severn House Publishers
Currently available in print only
CASEY & CATT PROCEDURALS SERIES
Up in Flames#1. Available as an ebook second half of 2013
A Killing Karma #2 Available as an ebook second half of 2013
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