Book giveaway!

Today I have announced a book giveaway on my Twitter and Facebook pages. If you would like the chance to win one of three signed paperback copies of book 1 in my Dean Matheson crime series (Who Cares if They Die) just head on over and follow the instructions. This is open to UK residents only, I’m afraid.

Depending on whether you visit Twitter or Facebook, all you need to do is like/follow my account, share the giveaway post and reply with your fave emoji. Winners picked at random next week.

Good luck!

Here’s the blurb and trailer for this book:

A series of suspicious suicides may be the work of a serial killer in this debut thriller novel featuring Officer Dean Matheson.
When the body of an unidentified woman is found hanging from a tree in the woods of Maple Valley, it looks like a clear case of suicide. But Officer Dean Matheson is unconvinced. Maybe he’s just looking for that big case that will help him make detective. Maybe he’s just trying to avoid his rocky marriage. Or maybe he’s really on to something. Because the closer Matheson looks at the facts of the case, the less they add up.

Then more apparent suicides start cropping up. The victims are all women living on the fringes of society—addicts and criminals nobody would miss. Does anyone really care if they die? Matheson is making it his business to care, and that’s about to make him a target . . .

Books 2 and 3 are out now in ebook and audiobook on all digital platforms. Here they are on Amazon:

Book 2 – Where the Snow Bleeds

Book 3 – Won’t You Save Me

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Book 2 trailer:

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