Stewart Giles – Motive

Great review by Sharon

Motive by Stewart Giles is the thirteenth book in the Jason Smith series. Well, what can be said about this series? Fantastic for a start! Love Smith and the team.
In this particular book, Smith and Whetton are having some well deserved time off with their daughter. Yes, you know it, they get a call and they are needed, like yesterday, back at work.

Stewart Giles

A man has been found with his throat cut, in no time at all the bodies start appearing but the team are struggling to find a connection. or motive. These killings seem random with no reason for the murders. At the same time, there is someone leaking information to the press which further muddies the water.

Has Jason Smith met his match?
Anybody who keeps up with my blog knows I love Smith and I think this is Stewart’s best book yet! With many…

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#BlogTour Motive by Stewart Giles @StewartGiles @Books_n_all #JasonSmith #13

Great review by Simon

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Today I am extremely excited to be opening the blog tour for Stewart Giles latest Jason Smith book Motive, which is published today. Thanks to Stewart for writing it and Jill for telling me to open the tour. Extra special thanks to Stewart for the mention on page 1 as shown in this picture.

About the Book

MOTIVE (Detective Jason Smith #13) by Stewart Giles

From # 1 bestselling author, Stewart Giles comes a new detective Harriet Taylor/Jason Smith thriller.

In the week before Christmas, two people are brutally murdered in their homes. There is no sign of a struggle and both victims have had their throats slashed open.

Detective Jason Smith is on holiday for the Christmas period, but he finds himself in the middle of the investigation before he knows it.

There are no clues left at the murder scenes besides a bizarre series of numbers and letters…

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BLOG TOUR – The Truth about Murder by Chris Collett

It is my turn on the Blog Tour for THE TRUTH ABOUT MURDER by the bestselling Chris Collett. This is our first introduction to to some brilliant new characters in a story that is unique and gripping.

The Truth about Murder

Author: Chris Collett

Published by Joffe Books

Publication Date: 19th December 2019

Genre: Crime Fiction

Available from: Amazon

Read more on Goodreads

THE TRUTH ABOUT MURDER by Chris Collett

ATTACK, KIDNAP, MURDER

Stefan Greaves emerges from a coma. He was brutally mugged while investigating a whistleblower complaint at a local hospital. She had feared mortality rates of children on her ward born with terminal illnesses and disabilities were on the rise. Now the whistleblower has disappeared.

PC Mick Fraser is sent in to interview Greaves. His partner, PC Denny Sutton, has just been murdered. 

Then the whistleblower is discovered murdered and Fraser learns that Sutton had been stealing evidence to cover up crimes against those considered to be a drain on society: homeless and disadvantaged people and the mentally ill. 

HOW ARE THESE CRIMES LINKED?

A fiendishly complex puzzle emerges. Can these two detectives learn to trust each other enough to put the pieces together?


My Review

Wow where do I start?  I read and loved all the Tom Mariner series by Chris Collett (more to come hopefully) but I knew this was something new so I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was not to be disappointed.

Stefan is attacked on the way back from buying some milk at a local shop.  He wakes up in intensive care with no memory of what happened.  PC Mick Fraser is waiting for him to wake up to find out what he could remember.  He wasn’t to learn much about the attack but what he did learn was to shock him to his core.

As Stefan recovers and returns to work he meets Rita, a nurse who is at risk of losing her job.  As it turns out the job was not all she was about to lose.

It took me a while to get to know Mick Fraser but he grew on me over the course of the book.  He is pretty green where corruption is concerned and likes to think the best of people.  Stefan I absolutely love.  Disabled by a difficult birth he has embraced his disabilities and lives a happy life with all his needs met (one way or another)  He is a little precious where his disabilities are concerned and puts up very impenetrable barriers if anyone suggests he should be ‘corrected’  he wants to be liked and loved for who he is, disabilities and all.  This is something I love about him.

This isn’t a fast paced gritty type of book it is all about the detecting and uncovering clues which makes it very gripping given the unique but very believable storyline.  I could relate to the story as this type of thing does go on in todays world despite us liking to believe it doesn’t.

So all in all an absolutely brilliant read and I am really hoping for more books featuring these complex characters.


What readers are saying about Chris Collett


“I couldn’t put it down.” Barbara
 
“Definitely one of the best British crime novels I have read, with a great plot that twist and turns.” Terje

“A brilliantly well thought out mystery with plenty of red herrings.” Jacqueline

“A strong pace and multidimensional characters keep this British procedural moving briskly.” Library Journal

“Cleverly plotted, with an unexpected shock ending, plenty of suspense, and a likably genuine cast of characters, this is a strong new entry in an increasingly popular police-procedural series.” Booklist

“Collett is a wonderful writer, subtle, clever, strong on atmosphere and character.” Yorkshire Post

ALSO BY CHRIS COLLETT

DI MARINER SERIES
Book 1: Deadly Lies
Book 2: Innocent Lies
Book 3: Killer Lies
Book 4: Baby Lies
Book 5: Married Lies
Book 6: Buried Lies
Book 7: Missing Lies

THE FIRST THREE MARINER MYSTERIES ARE AVAILABLE IN A GREAT VALUE BOX SET: DETECTIVE TOM MARINER BOOKS 1-3


Chris Collett author bio

I was born and grew up in a Norfolk seaside town, almost as far east as it’s possible to go in England without falling into the North Sea. There I worked variously in a boarding house (now defunct) a local bakery (closed down) and a crisp factory (razed to the ground). I graduated in Liverpool, then for twenty-five years taught children and young people with learning disabilities, including autism, before going into higher education as a senior lecturer.

Mindful of its reputation, I moved somewhat reluctantly to Birmingham, where I met my husband, in 1981. But just a few years later DI Tom Mariner was created to police its mean streets, and these days I relish the vibrancy and rich social history of the city. After eight outings for Mariner, I still feel as if I’ve barely scratched the surface.

Recently retired from lecturing and I’m currently luxuriating in the time I now have to continue the Mariner series, alongside published short stories and academic works. In my spare time, among other things, I’m a manuscript assessor for the Crime Writers Association.

LINKS

Website: http://www.chriscollettcrime.co.uk/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.collett.5477

Twitter: @crime_crow

Blog Tour Wrap Up – WRONG VICTIM (Detective Rachel King #3) by H. H. Durrant #crimefiction #policeprocedural #detective #netgalley #WrongVictim #bookreview #newrelease @joffebooks @hhdurrant

Helen, Joffe Books and I would like to say a massive THANK YOU to the wonderful bloggers, reviewers, readers and carer/sharers who helped with the launch of Wrong Victim. Your help at such a hectic time of year is very much appreciated, you are all awesome x


Linda Strong Book Reviews

The characters are deftly drawn and it’s been interesting to see how they have grown over time. Many twists and turns kept me riveted to the excellent story. Read more here

The Word is Out

There are lots of delicious twists in this story as the author keeps up the pace and delivers a great plot.  Read more here

Sharon Rimmelzwaan  

The twists and turns come fast and keep you guessing throughout! Helen Durrant at her absolute best in my opinion. Read more here

Shalini’s Books & Reviews

The writing kept the book moving at a fast pace with scams and corruption and mistaken identity. The author surely kept my pulse racing with each reveal.  Read more here

Nicki’s book blog

I love these books. There is always a good solid plot to keep the grey matter working and nothing too gory or horrific to give you nightmares. Well rounded characters that you can easily take to that also have enough of a backstory to give them life without too much to detract from the main plot. https://nickibookblog.blogspot.com/2019/12/wrong-victim-helen-durrant-crime-man-is.html Read more here

Black Books Blog

There are so many twists and turns in this book that I couldn’t guess who the murderer was or how, and if, the different plot lines entwined hntil all was revealed at the end. Read more here

Guest Review by Sarah Lizzie

I was happy with the ending that I didn’t see coming and which I thought all tied together perfectly. I have one downside and that’s that I have been missing out; I wish that I had read this brilliant authors books earlier! Read more here

On The Shelf Reviews

Wrong Victim is a fast paced and addictive read that is a must if you love a police procedural! Read more here

Ginger Book Geek

Nightfall Mysteries


Wrong Victim

Author: Helen H Durrant

Published by Joffe Books

Publication Date: 5th December 2019

Genre: Crime Fiction

Available from: AMAZON


A man is found dead in his bed, suffocated, covered in confetti and with his ring finger missing. Detective Rachel King informs his daughter and takes her to identify the body. But she’s never seen the man before in her life.

WHAT IF YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW WHO THE KILLER REALLY WANTED TO MURDER?

Then a second murder. This time a woman, Alison, also suffocated and with her finger severed and confetti strewn over her body.

The team desperately search for a link before anyone else dies.

Meanwhile, someone has been running a property scam, selling dream houses that will never be built.

And the love of Rachel’s life has disappeared. Is he really the mastermind of a people-trafficking gang? Or does Rachel have enemies on her own team?

A MYSTERY FULL OF STUNNING TWISTS AND WITH NO ONE RACHEL CAN TRUST.


My Review

This is book 3 in the brilliant Detective Rachel King series by Helen Durrant.

A sick old man in a nursing home is found murdered with confetti sprinkled over him and his wedding finger missing.  Who would want to kill a man who is dying and what is the confetti all about?  These are just a few of the questions that Rachel King and her team need to find answers to but as they delve into the victim’s life they open Pandora’s box and are faced with shocks and more secrets than they ever expected.

Rachel King is a character who grows on you.  She is in love with Jed but he lives on the wrong side of the law (or does he) so her feelings have to be kept locked inside.  She relies heavily on her partner Elwyn and as everyone seems to have secrets he is the only colleague she is able to trust.  In the previous book we saw her at loggerheads with Kenton, a detective from a nearby station.  This very rocky relationship is carried through to this book as Rachel is forced to work with him.  But can she trust him?  Who can she trust?

Elwyn comes accross as the dependable type the voice of reason.  He is not easily ruffled and is a perfect character to offset Rachel’s lack of patience.

Jonny takes a bigger role in the story as he develops his detective skills we see more of his gut instinct come to the fore as he gains the confidence to act on his hunches.

The story is fast paced as I expect from Helen Durrant.  There are many twists and turns as we are taken on a journey through mistaken identity, corruption, drugs and revenge.  But knowing the why doesn’t mean the who will be revealed it is all a very tangled web that Rachel and her team have to untangle to find the right path to cracking the case.


What readers are saying about HELEN H. DURRANT

“I couldn’t put it down.” Barbara

“This new series by Helen H. Durrant certainly has got off to a thrilling start.” Viv

“If you want a book to get your teeth into, this is the one. A massive 5*” Greta

“Another fast-paced murder mystery” Aileen

“The writing wastop notch and the characters were very real.” Kat

THE DETECTIVE
DCI Rachel King. Thirty-nine year-old mother of two teenage daughters. Divorced from Alan. She lives in the Cheshire village of Poynton – about ten miles from central Manchester. She is good at her job, gets results but does make mistakes. One of them was getting involved with a budding villain in her teens. No one, family, friends or colleagues know anything about this.

ALSO BY HELEN H. DURRANT
RACHEL KING
Book 1: Next Victim
Book 2: Two Victims
Book 3: Wrong Victim

THE CALLADINE & BAYLISS MYSTERY SERIES
Book 1: DEAD WRONG
Book 2: DEAD SILENT
Book 3: DEAD LIST
Book 4: DEAD LOST
Book 5: DEAD & BURIED
Book 6: DEAD NASTY
Book 7: DEAD JEALOUS
Book 8: DEAD BAD
Book 9: DEAD GUILTY

THE DCI GRECO BOOKS
Book 1: DARK MURDER
Book 2: DARK HOUSES
Book 3: DARK TRADE
Book 4: DARK ANGEL

MATT BRINDLE
Book 1: HIS THIRD VICTIM
Book 2: THE OTHER VICTIM

Helen H Durrant

Author Bio

Helen sets her books in the area she has lived in for many years. The towns and villages that sit in the shelter of the Pennine hills. This is an area between two counties, Lancashire and Yorkshire, and between the city and the hills. It offers a rich mix of the industrial and the countryside and all the character therein.

Helen always planned to write crime novels. But until she retired from full-time work in a local further education college, it had to go on the back burner. Once she did retire – there was no excuse. She now writes full-time. Retirement proper will have to wait!

Currently there are nine books in the ‘Calladine & Bayliss’ series available – Dead Wrong, Dead Silent, Dead List, Dead Lost, Dead & Buried, Dead Nasty, Dead Jealous, Dead Bad, and the latest – Dead Guilty. There is also a box set of the first three books.

Also available are four books in the ‘DI Greco’ series – Dark Murder, Dark Houses, Dark Trade, and the latest – Dark Angel.

There are two books in the DI Matt Brindle series – His Third Victim and The Other Victim.

The DCI Rachel King series has two books – Next Victim and Two Victims

LINKS

Twitter – @hhdurrant

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/pg/helenhdurrant/about/?ref=page_internal

Blog Tour – WRONG VICTIM (Detective Rachel King #3) by H. H. Durrant #crimefiction #Guestreview #policeprocedural #detective #netgalley #WrongVictim #bookreview #newrelease @joffebooks @hhdurrant

Today I am thrilled to be sharing a review by Sarah of WRONG VICTIM


Wrong Victim

Author: Helen H Durrant

Published by Joffe Books

Publication Date: 5th December 2019

Genre: Crime Fiction

Available from: AMAZON


A man is found dead in his bed, suffocated, covered in confetti and with his ring finger missing. Detective Rachel King informs his daughter and takes her to identify the body. But she’s never seen the man before in her life.

WHAT IF YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW WHO THE KILLER REALLY WANTED TO MURDER?

Then a second murder. This time a woman, Alison, also suffocated and with her finger severed and confetti strewn over her body.

The team desperately search for a link before anyone else dies.

Meanwhile, someone has been running a property scam, selling dream houses that will never be built.

And the love of Rachel’s life has disappeared. Is he really the mastermind of a people-trafficking gang? Or does Rachel have enemies on her own team?

A MYSTERY FULL OF STUNNING TWISTS AND WITH NO ONE RACHEL CAN TRUST.


Guest Review from Sarah Lizzie

You can read this and more from Sarah here

Wrong Victim is the 3rd book in the DCI Rachel King series. Where to start? First off I really enjoyed it and even though it’s the first one of the series that I’ve read, I could relate to the primary characters and didn’t feel that I had missed out on too much, therefore I’d say it is fine to read as a standalone.

A man is found dead in a nursing home, missing a finger and sprinkled with confetti. Who is he and how is his death connected to another victim? How did the killer/s even gain entrance to the home when a security code is needed to get in? I felt baffled but in a good way.

DCI Mark Kenton from Salford station is working on a trafficking case and the story becomes more interesting as for reasons yet to become known to us, the two cases become linked …More dead bodies, mistaken identity, a planned project in the pipeline which unfortunately for some people didn’t materialise, corruption …plenty of suspects but I had no idea who or why! I thought this a very well written story that made for compulsive reading. I liked the believable characters and look forward to meeting them again when I read the rest of the series. I was really on edge whilst reading some parts – like watching a scary film and hiding behind a cushion! I was happy with the ending that I didn’t see coming and which I thought all tied together perfectly. I have one downside and that’s that I have been missing out; I wish that I had read this brilliant authors books earlier! Thank you for a fabulous read and one that I can highly recommend.


What readers are saying about HELEN H. DURRANT

“I couldn’t put it down.” Barbara

“This new series by Helen H. Durrant certainly has got off to a thrilling start.” Viv

“If you want a book to get your teeth into, this is the one. A massive 5*” Greta

“Another fast-paced murder mystery” Aileen

“The writing wastop notch and the characters were very real.” Kat

THE DETECTIVE
DCI Rachel King. Thirty-nine year-old mother of two teenage daughters. Divorced from Alan. She lives in the Cheshire village of Poynton – about ten miles from central Manchester. She is good at her job, gets results but does make mistakes. One of them was getting involved with a budding villain in her teens. No one, family, friends or colleagues know anything about this.

ALSO BY HELEN H. DURRANT
RACHEL KING
Book 1: Next Victim
Book 2: Two Victims
Book 3: Wrong Victim

THE CALLADINE & BAYLISS MYSTERY SERIES
Book 1: DEAD WRONG
Book 2: DEAD SILENT
Book 3: DEAD LIST
Book 4: DEAD LOST
Book 5: DEAD & BURIED
Book 6: DEAD NASTY
Book 7: DEAD JEALOUS
Book 8: DEAD BAD
Book 9: DEAD GUILTY

THE DCI GRECO BOOKS
Book 1: DARK MURDER
Book 2: DARK HOUSES
Book 3: DARK TRADE
Book 4: DARK ANGEL

MATT BRINDLE
Book 1: HIS THIRD VICTIM
Book 2: THE OTHER VICTIM

Helen H Durrant

Author Bio

Helen sets her books in the area she has lived in for many years. The towns and villages that sit in the shelter of the Pennine hills. This is an area between two counties, Lancashire and Yorkshire, and between the city and the hills. It offers a rich mix of the industrial and the countryside and all the character therein.

Helen always planned to write crime novels. But until she retired from full-time work in a local further education college, it had to go on the back burner. Once she did retire – there was no excuse. She now writes full-time. Retirement proper will have to wait!

Currently there are nine books in the ‘Calladine & Bayliss’ series available – Dead Wrong, Dead Silent, Dead List, Dead Lost, Dead & Buried, Dead Nasty, Dead Jealous, Dead Bad, and the latest – Dead Guilty. There is also a box set of the first three books.

Also available are four books in the ‘DI Greco’ series – Dark Murder, Dark Houses, Dark Trade, and the latest – Dark Angel.

There are two books in the DI Matt Brindle series – His Third Victim and The Other Victim.

The DCI Rachel King series has two books – Next Victim and Two Victims

LINKS

Twitter – @hhdurrant

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/pg/helenhdurrant/about/?ref=page_internal

#BookReview – IN PLAIN SIGHT (Knight & Culverhouse Book 9) by Adam Croft #crimefiction #newrelease @adamcroft

Today I would like to share my review of this latest addition to the Knight and Culverhouse series by the brilliant Adam Croft.

IN PLAIN SIGHT

Knight and Culverhouse #9

by Adam Croft

Available from Amazon

A trail of death. A web of corruption. The ultimate betrayal.

A series of armed robberies on local petrol stations leaves Mildenheath CID chasing their tails. But things are about to get a whole lot worse.

When an elderly woman is killed during an armed raid on her jewellery shop, Knight and Culverhouse realise one of their own is involved — a police officer.

With the future of Mildenheath CID at stake and the lives of their loved ones under threat, time is running out — fast.

As they begin to investigate the web of corruption, they discover just how deep it runs — and how close to home. But are they prepared for the truth?


My Review

This is book 9 in the Knight and Culverhouse series.  Although I have read and loved many of Adam Croft’s books this is the first one in this series I have read so I can confirm it works perfectly as stand-alone.

All is well in Mildenheath it is just a normal night until a BMW rolls up and robs a Petrol station.  As the police are called to the scene another is raided and then a third.  All are owned by the same man.  When a woman dies in a raid on a Jewellers shop it becomes clear that the robbers have inside information.  Knight and Culverhouse start investigating but they uncover more than they bargained for.

Culverhouse is a plain speaking man he tells it how it is which adds a bit of humour.  Currently he is fighting to keep his team in Mildenheath while the big bosses want it incorporating into the main city team.  Under pressure to get results Culverhouse could do without the personal problems as he tries to juggle his job with building a relationship with his estranged teenage daughter.  As the investigation progresses the clues point towards a criminal that Culverhouse has been trying, and failing, to convict for many years which raises the question ‘who is feeding him info to enable him to stay 1 step ahead?’

Knight is his colleague and is the voice of reason to offset Culverhouse’s tendency to act first and think later.  She also has personal stuff going on.

This is a very gripping book I found myself reading ‘just one more chapter’.  I loved how we got involved in the nitty gritty of detective work and also saw the personal side to the characters.  It all make for a very enjoyable read and I am looking forward to more from this author.

Many thanks to the author, Adam Croft for the advance digital copy of this book.  This is my unbiased review.

Blog Tour Wrap Up – THE CASE OF THE MISSING BRIDE by Carmen Radtke #historical #crime @carmenradtke1

Thank you to all the awesome Bloggers and reviewers who helped with the launch of the self-published version of THE CASE OF THE MISSING BRIDE. Your help is very much appreciated.

What the Bloggers and reviewers thought:

Loopy Laura

The character of Alyssa is really strong and tenacious in a world where women were expected to be meek and submissive. The antagonistic relationship she develops with Doctor Bryson which is realistic and interesting, furthers the plot as well as explores their characters. Read more here

The Word is Out

For me it doesn’t matter what period of time a book is set in, a well written mystery like this one will still be engrossing, and the only differences are the restraints on the characters and the different methods of detection that can be employed. I am definitely looking forward to the next murder mystery adventure when the brides reach Canada Read more here

On The Shelf Reviews

I loved this Agatha Christie style mystery. There wasn’t a lot of action but it didn’t need it, the mystery kept me interested all the way through.  Read more here

Donna’s Book Blog

I have two real passions in books, crime fiction and historical fiction, this being a combination of the two made this book right up my street and after the first few chapters I was in love with the story and knew it was going to be one I didn’t want to put down until I reached the end! Read more here

Ginger Book Geek

In short, I thoroughly enjoyed reading ‘The Case Of The Missing Bride’ and I would definitely recommend this book to other readers.  https://gingerbookgeek.wordpress.com/2019/12/09/the-case-of-the-missing-bride-by-carmen-radtke/

bytheletterbookreviews

The Case of the Missing Bride is a charming and intriguing read. For a slower paced read it still had me engrossed, so much so that I read it in two sittings. https://bytheletterbookreviews.com/2019/12/07/27717/

Sharon Rimmelzwaan

Loved this book! Not my normal crime thriller bit historical fiction with mystery thrown in! I was captured as soon as I started it. Read more here

Turn The Page Blog

#promopost

Black Books Blog

The book is really well written and the plot is well devised and thought out. Overall I really enjoyed this book and can’t wait to read more by Carmen. Read more here

Herding Cats

Sue Wallace Site


The Case of the Missing Bride

An Alyssa Chalmers mystery

Available from AMAZON

It was supposed to be the start of a happy, new life …

1862 – a group of young Australian women set sail for matrimony in Canada. Their presence is withheld from the male passengers and all but a select few members of the crew. But their worlds collide when one of the gentlemen stumbles over the women.

When one of the intended brides goes missing, only Alyssa Chalmers, the one educated, wealthy woman in the group, is convinced the disappearance is no accident. She sets out to find out what happened.

Has there been a murder?

Alyssa is willing to move heaven and earth to find out the truth. She is about to discover that there is more to her voyage into the unknown than she bargained for …


My Review

It is the 1860s and the Artemis’ Delight is setting sail from Australia to Canada docking shortly at San Francisco.  It is a sail ship but with the advantage of steam power back up but even so the crew and passengers are looking at 3 months at sea before they reach San Francisco,  What only a select few people know is that it contains a secret cargo of young women that are travelling to a new life.  What the girls/ladies have in common is that they are all alone in the world with no family many have spent a large amount of their lives in orphanages.

The main character is Alyssa who differs from the other girls in that she has a more upper class background and is not so poverty stricken.  She is also more educated and is immediately put to good use in helping to educate and lead the others. Her character is very complex and fits well within the era as do all the other characters.  The story progresses and the reader joins the Artemis’ Delight and its passengers on its journey encountering storms, illness, murder and romance along the way with some of the passengers forced to turn detective it all makes for a very gripping read that will have the reader turning page after page.


Author Bio

Carmen Radtke has spent most of her life with ink on her fingers and a dangerously high pile of books and newspapers by her side.

She has worked as a newspaper reporter on two continents and always dreamt of becoming a novelist and screenwriter.

When she found herself crouched under her dining table, typing away on a novel between two earthquakes in Christchurch, New Zealand, she realised she was hooked for life.

“The Case of the Missing Bride” is a former Malice Domestic finalist, inspired by a true event. Its heroine Alyssa Chalmers will soon return in “Glittering Death”.

When Carmen is not writing, reading or dreaming of travel, she is busy acting as resident cat servant.

She’s currently working on her first contemporary crime novel.

Follow Carmen on Bookbub: https://www.bookbub.com/profile/carmen-radtke

Or on Twitter: @carmenradtke1

Her website (very much a work in progress) is carmenradtke.com

#coverreveal GLITTERING DEATH (Alyssa Chalmers #2) by Carmen Radtke #historical #crime @carmenradtke1

I am thrilled to have been invited to reveal the cover of GLITTERING DEATH by Carmen Radtke. This is book 2 in the Alyssa Chalmers series and is a brilliant sequel to THE CASE OF THE MISSING BRIDE. Glittering Death will be released on 7th of January but is available for preorder from Amazon

1862. A group of brides from Australia have arrived in British Columbia, and love is in the air – until their new-found happiness in the prospectors’ town “Run’s End” is shattered when the hotel-owner is murdered. To make matters worse, something is wrong with the stored gold at the hotel, and an epidemic makes it impossible for anyone to leave town.


The brides set all their hopes on their friend Alyssa Chalmers to find the murderer and restore peace in their new home. But the killer is cunning, and desperate …

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