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The Fourth Friend by Joy Ellis (Jackman & Ellis book 3)

I am so excited that the latest Jackman & Evans book is on its way.  It is scheduled for release on 30th August.  The Blog Tour will kick off on 30th August for approximately 7 days.  Any Bloggers who would like to join the Tour please email me at jill.burkinshaw@outlook.com.

9781912106868Book Description

From #1 best-selling author Joy Ellis, a mystery full of stunning twists and turns.

Police detective Carter McLean is the only survivor of a plane crash that kills his four best friends. He returns to work but he is left full of guilt and terrible flashbacks. For each of his four friends he decides to complete a task that they left unfinished.

Eighteen months before the crash, Suzanne Holland disappeared, leaving a room with traces of blood, but no other leads. Suzanne was the wife of one of Carter’s four best friends.

Adding to the pressure, the boss’s daughter has a stalker. Due to the sensitivity of the Holland case, Carter is put on this investigation.

DS Marie Evans is the only person Carter can confide in. But even she begins to doubt whether he can really cope and whether he is actually losing his mind.

As the mysteries grow deeper, Jackman & Evans face a battle to untangle three mysteries, and can they really believe their friend and colleague Carter?

THE DETECTIVES
DS Marie Evans lost her husband in a motorbike accident and has personal connections to the case. DI Jackman leads the team. He is extremely smart and has a knack for bringing out the best in his diverse team.

Jackman & Evans series by Joy Ellis

I am very excited to hear that book 3 in the Jackman and Evans series is on its way so I wanted to give you the opportunity to read the first 2 books in the series before the new one is released:

Book 1: The Murderer’s Son

Their Lost Daughters

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Book Description

TWO GIRLS GO TO A PARTY, ONLY ONE RETURNS ALIVE
Toni, the surviving teenager, is found delirious, wandering the muddy fields. She has been drugged and it’s uncertain whether she’ll survive. She says she saw her friend Emily being dragged away from the party. But no one knows who Emily is or even if she’s still alive. . .
Meanwhile the drowned body of another girl has been found on an isolated beach.
And how does this all relate to the shocking disappearance of a little girl nearly a decade ago, a crime which was never solved? The girl’s mother is putting immense pressure on the police to re-open the high-profile case.
EACH ONE OF THEM IS SOMEONE’S DAUGHTER AND THE POLICE MUST GIVE THEIR FAMILIES JUSTICE AND CLOSURE
DI Rowan Jackman and DS Marie Evans of the Fenland police are stretched to the limit as they try to bring the perpetrators of these shocking crimes to justice.
There is evidence of an illegal drinking club run by a shadowy group of men, who are grooming teenagers. And the team come across a sinister former hospital called Windrush which seems to house many dark secrets.
Full of twists and turns, this is a crime thriller that will keep you turning the pages until the shocking ending.

My Review

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is book 1 in the Jackman and Evans series and, while it does work very well as a stand-alone, I would recommend reading them in sequence so as to extract full enjoyment from what is an excellent book. That said, I did read Book 2: Their Lost Daughters a few months ago and really enjoyed it so this book has been on my ‘to read’ list.

The story begins 20 years ago with the brutal murder of a farmer and his wife. The murderer was caught, imprisoned and has since died. Fast forward to the present day and another brutal murder is committed on the patch of DI Rowan Jackman, DS Marie Evans and their team. They are sifting through the evidence when a man walks into the police station and confesses to the murder. Jackman and Evans think this is too easy and they would be right but just what is going on in Daniel’s head and life?

This is a very gripping story with a lot going on as the team try to untangle the web and uncover the clues. However, there are complications at every turn and all is not as it seems as we join the team on an adrenaline pumping journey through the twists and turns of the case. As more murders are committed and people are running away and going missing this is one very gripping book that is impossible to put down.

I love Jackman, Evans and the team as we learn about them and their lives. They develop very well throughout the book and, as I have grown to expect from Joy, there are no chunks of descriptive text as their personalities develop and we learn about their past lives.

This is an excellent start to what is developing into a fantastic series you won’t want to miss. Definitely worth every one of the 5 stars and a must read for anyone who likes psychological thrillers, police procedural or any kind of crime fiction. I will definitely be reading every book by this author.


Book 2: Their Lost Daughters

Their Lost Daughters

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About the Book

TWO GIRLS GO TO A PARTY, ONLY ONE RETURNS ALIVE
Toni, the surviving teenager, is found delirious, wandering the muddy fields. She has been drugged and it’s uncertain whether she’ll survive. She says she saw her friend Emily being dragged away from the party. But no one knows who Emily is or even if she’s still alive. . .
Meanwhile the drowned body of another girl has been found on an isolated beach.
And how does this all relate to the shocking disappearance of a little girl nearly a decade ago, a crime which was never solved? The girl’s mother is putting immense pressure on the police to re-open the high-profile case.
EACH ONE OF THEM IS SOMEONE’S DAUGHTER AND THE POLICE MUST GIVE THEIR FAMILIES JUSTICE AND CLOSURE
DI Rowan Jackman and DS Marie Evansof the Fenland police are stretched to the limit as they try to bring the perpetrators of these shocking crimes to justice.
There is evidence of an illegal drinking club run by a shadowy group of men, who are grooming teenagers. And the team come across a sinister former hospital called Windrush which seems to house many dark secrets.
Full of twists and turns, this is a crime thriller that will keep you turning the pages until the shocking ending.

THE DETECTIVES DS Marie Evans lost her husband in a motorbike accident and has personal connections to the case. DI Jackman leads the team. He is extremely smart and has a knack for bringing out the best in his diverse team.

My Review

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the first book I have read by this author and is book 2 in the series. I like to read books in sequence and especially like to read the first book as this is when most of the character building takes place. However, this book does work very well as stand-alone and although I felt I had missed out on some of the history to the characters it didn’t spoil my enjoyment of the book.

The story starts with a dead girl case landing on the desk of Rowan Jackman and then a cold case is added into the mix which leaves Jackman and Evans juggling cases. A situation made much worse when another case involving a missing girl is handed over to Jackman’s team by another branch of the Police Force. To make matters worse while they are collecting the information for the case of the missing girl another linked case is brought to their attention.

The action starts from page 1 and the author makes a brilliant job of moving all the cases forward in such a way that the reader finds it very easy to follow where they could have become confused. There are many twists and turns throughout the book and the suspense is building all the time.

I can say, with complete honest, that this is one of the most gripping and adrenaline pumping books I have read in a long time. Cases involving children always tug at the heartstrings and this book does plenty of pulling as the separate cases are all brought to their mind blowing conclusions.

There are many characters involved and they are all complex characters that the reader gets to know throughout the book. Heartbreakingly realistic as many issues are examined. There are corrupt members of the force and mothers looking for a lost daughter for years without giving up hope, traumatised children and heinous crimes all thrown into the mix sorted out and laid out for the reader in an awesome book that will stay with the reader for some time to come.

I am looking forward to more from this author.

Thank you to Joffe Books who provided me with a free copy of this book.

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Joy Ellis photo 2About the Author

Joy Ellis grew up in Kent but moved to London when she won an apprenticeship with the prestigious Mayfair flower shop, Constance Spry Ltd.

Many years later, having run her own florist shop in Weybridge, Ellis took part in a writer’s workshop in Greece and was encouraged by her tutor, Sue Townsend to begin writing seriously. She now lives in the Lincolnshire Fens with her partner Jacqueline and their Springer spaniels, Woody and Alfie.

The Beekeeper #1 BESTSELLER in Australia

I am absolutely thrilled that this book has reached #1 bestseller on Amazon Australia so pleased that such a brilliant book is finding its way onto bookshelves and kindles all over the world. Massive congratulations to Stewart Giles and the publisher Joffe Books

 

#bestseller @joffebooks @books_n_all #thebeekeeper #netgalley #5stars #psychologicalthriller

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A shocking discovery starts a trail of mayhem on the Cornish coast.

My Review

4.7 out of  5 stars

This is a brilliant book.  The Author takes what should be gory and makes it amusing, with an enormous amount of skill, and the result is a gripping book that has the reader turning page after page.

This is possibly the funniest thriller I have ever read.  Stewart has a dark sense of humour that comes through in the book which brings a totally unique perspective to the story.  I found it very intriguing.  I suspected who the killer was at the beginning but what you have learned from reading thrillers over the years is ingrained into you and you find yourself denying what is actually staring you in the face.  The characters are unique but develop well throughout the book and the story is also different I was very impressed.

I love Alice’s character, she is a lot of fun.  An eccentric old lady who has had a rough life with a philandering husband who had  a habit of disappearing for long periods with his latest fling.  He eventually left 10 years ago and hasn’t returned.  She makes a living from the honey produced by her beekeeping.  She has a Jackdaw that she rescued who is her main companion and a friend Millie.  Millie is widowed and a fragile person who is dominated by Alice.

Detective Harriet Taylor has also had a difficult life.  Her husband was killed in a car crash with his lover also in the car.  She became the laughing stock of the Police Force in Edinburgh so transferred to Polgarrow, a quiet town in Cornwall.  She is picking up the pieces of her life and has a good relationship with her boss, Killion, when half a body is caught up in the nets of a fishing boat.  Shortly afterwards Millie goes missing and her car is found at the bottom of the cliffs.  When  a house explodes the decision is made to bring in a crack team from Exeter.  When Harriet is chosen to be part of this team she finds herself, again, the talking stock of the station.  The similarity in their history forms a connection between Alice and Harriet.

Thank you to Joffe Books and Netgalley who provided me with a free copy of this book.


61WkWZgg3bL__UX250_Author Bio

After reading English & Drama at three different English Universities and graduating from none of them, I set off travelling and finally ended up in South Africa, where I still live. I enjoy the serene life running a boat shop on the banks of the Vaal Dam. I came up with the DS Jason Smith idea after my wife dropped a rather large speaker on my head. Whether it was intentional still remains a mystery. Smith, the first in the series was finished in September 2013 and was closely followed by Boomerang and Ladybird. Occam’s Razor, Harlequin and Phobia (a series of short stories detailing Smith’s early life) were all completed in one hazy 365 days and Selene was done and dusted a few months later. Horsemen, the seventh in the DS Smith thriller series is out now.

BOOK REVIEWS: The Ben Whittle Investigations by Mark Tilbury

Ben Whittle Investigations

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The Revelation Room (The Ben Whittle Investigations, #1)The Revelation Room by Mark Tilbury

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About the Book

Ben Whittle’s father, a private investigator, has been taken captive by
a cult whilst investigating the case of a missing girl. When Ben
receives a desperate call from his father asking for help he is drawn
into a dark underground world.

As Ben retraces the last known steps of the missing girl he discovers
his only option left is to join the cult and rescue his father from the
inside.

The leader of the cult, Edward Ebb, is a psychopathic egocentric who
uses his position to control his small group of followers in The Sons
and Daughters of Salvation. When he initiates Ben into the group it soon
becomes apparent how sick and twisted Ebb is.

Ben must find his father and the missing girl, but the odds are stacked
against him and time is running out.

Can Ben rescue his father and the girl and escape with his life?
And what is the gruesome secret concealed in the Revelation Room?

The Revelation Room is the first in a new series of psychological
mystery thrillers.


My Review

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The book is very well written with a realistic story and very unique, realistic characters.  The story begins with a PI looking for a girl who has run away to join a religious cult.  He is discovered and this sets in motion a sequence of events with tragic consequences.

Ben is the main character and Mark has expertly written this book so that the development and growth of Ben’s character is what makes the book.  It is written in a very unique way and it works brilliantly.

Ben is thrown in at the deep end when his father asks for help.  He is a sensitive man with little self-confidence and is placed well outside his comfort zone. The reader is rooting for him as he struggles to make the right decisions and take action.  He is supported by Maddie who he secretly loves and the relationship between Ben and Maddie plays an important part in the book.

On the other side we have Ebb who is the leader of the Cult.  He is another brilliantly put together character a man who is evil but believes he is working for God and is able to convince others to follow him.  I would like to think he is a little far-fetched but I am realistic enough the know that isnt true people like him do exist among us.

The book starts with suspense at the beginning and keeps delivering as the reader keeps turning page after page until it ends with an action packed finale.  I can’t wait to read book 2.

Thank you to Bloodhound Books for a free copy of this book

 




EYES OF THE ACCUSED 2.jpg Book Description:

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Fresh from the horrors of their last case, private investigators Ben and Maddie are plunged into a disturbing world of terror as they search for missing pregnant girl, Hannah Heath.

Drawn to Frank Crowley, a suspect in Hannah’s disappearance, Maddie is about to come face to face with true evil. As she gets close to Crowley, Maddie will learn all is not what it seems.

Crowley is just a small part of something much larger. Something so terrible and deranged, it defies reason.
When Maddie disappears, Ben is left in a desperate race against time to find her and uncover the truth.

But can Ben and Maddie both survive this time?


My Review

My rating 4.9 out of 5 stars

This is the 2nd book in the Ben Whittle series and picks up shortly after the end of The Revelation Room with Maddie, Ben and Geoff  picking up the pieces of their lives that were wrecked by Ebb.

Mark has an unbelievable talent for creating characters that are totally unlikeable and this book is no different.

Ben is a very insecure young man but very likeable he is the sort of character you want to take home and mother.  Maddie is also loveable she lost her mother at a very young age and is idolised by her father who is a priest.  However, her father is happy for her to find her own place in the world and that is by Ben’s side in the PI business run by Geoff (Ben’s father)  They obviously love each other but both think so little of themselves they don’t realise how deep their feelings for each other go.

Geoff is a very domineering character.  He was paralysed in book 1 and isn’t coping very well with being dependant on others so is sitting around dishing out orders and abuse on those who love him.

The story begins when a mother tasks them with investigating the disappearance of her pregnant daughter, Hannah.  Geoff, Ben and Maddie have all got their own thoughts on what happened to Hannah but are forced to go down the path chosen by Geoff which is towards Frankie.

Frankie is a very disgusting individual but is he guilty of kidnapping?  If it isnt him then who is guilty and how does a pregnant woman just disappear?  It is a very complex story with twists and turns along the way.  It isn’t until the last couple of chapters that it is possible to work out who the kidnapper is and even further before we discover the reasons.

This is a psychological thriller at its very best with the kidnapper being a very complex character.  It is well written and well thought out making it a fast paced, gripping read and I can’t wait for Book 3.

It lost a point because I couldn’t work out the personality transplant that appeared to happen to one of the characters in the epilogue.

Thank you to Bloodhound Books who gave me an advance copy of this book.


BOOK REVIEW: The Charlie Cameron Series by Owen Mullen

Cameron seriesThe explosive PI Charlie Cameron Series

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“Tartan Noir at its best”

A three book box set including: Games People Play, Old Friends and New Enemies, Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead

Games People Play:

Thirteen-month-old Lily Hamilton is abducted from Ayr beach in Scotland while her parents are just yards away.

Three days later the distraught father turns up at private investigator Charlie Cameron’s office. Mark Hamilton believes he knows who has stolen his daughter. And why.

Against his better judgment Charlie gets involved in the case and when more bodies are discovered the awful truth dawns: there is a serial killer whose work has gone undetected for decades.

Is baby Lily the latest victim of a madman?

For Charlie it’s too late, he can’t let go.

His demons won’t let him.

Old Friends and New Enemies

The body on the mortuary slab wasn’t who Glasgow PI Charlie Cameron was looking for.

But it wasn’t a stranger.

Suddenly, a routine missing persons investigation becomes a fight for survival. As Charlie is dragged deeper into Glasgow’s underbelly he goes up against notorious gangster Jimmy Rafferty and discovers what fear really is.

Rafferty is so ruthless even his own sons are terrified of him.

Now he wants Charlie to find something. And Jimmy Rafferty always gets what he wants.

There is only one problem… Charlie doesn’t know where it is.

Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead:

Gavin Law was a whistleblower.

Now he’s missing.

Just another case for Glasgow PI, Charlie Cameron, until he discovers there is more to Law and his disappearance than anyone imagined.

Wallace Maitland, the surgeon responsible for leaving a woman brain-damaged may have abandoned his sacred oath and become a killer. Did the hospital which refused to accept responsibility for the tragedy have Law silenced permanently? Or, with his wife little more than a vegetable, has David Cooper, believing he has been betrayed yet again, taken justice into his own hands?

Charlie comes to realise the world of medicine can be a dangerous place.

Across the city, East End gangster, Sean Rafferty is preparing to exploit the already corrupt city council in a multi-million pound leisure development known as Riverside. The project will be good for Glasgow. But not everybody is keen to work with Rafferty.

With more than money at stake, Sean will do anything to get his way. His motto, borrowed from his old man, is simple. Never take a no from somebody who can give you a yes.

If that means murder, then so be it.

Charlie has crossed Rafferty’s path before and lived to tell the tale.

He may not be so lucky a second time.


My Reviews

The Games People Play

This is the first book I have read by Owen Mullen. It is very well written and is different in that the main character is a Private Investigator with the Police taking a back seat on this journey.

Charlie Cameron is a Private Investigator who specialises in finding missing people. Owen has made a fair attempt at building a complex character but I found him a bit lacking. The story hints at him being close to Pamela, who disappeared from a beach many years ago, but the actual relationship isn’t revealed until the latter part of the book.

The book begins with 2 missing person cases being handled by Charlie the main one being a child going missing from a beach which throws Charlie right back into the nightmare when Pamela disappeared. His policeman friend tries to persuade Charlie to walk away from the case but he is unable to do that.

I found the book a bit slow going in the first half with a lot of descriptive text and character building but it is very intriguing as the reader is kept wondering where the story is going and there are many twists and turns with the ending being a real shocker.

Old Friends and New Enemies

This is the 2nd book in the Charlie Cameron series by Owen Mullen and I am totally addicted. It is well written and totally gripping.

The story is told from the perspective of Charlie Cameron who is a PI.  Anyone who hasn’t read The Games People Play may struggle with Charlie’s character but I think Owen has cleverly developed the character so that the book works very well as stand alone.  There is a gap between book 1 and this book but I didn’t manage to work out how long the gap is but it was long enough for Charlie to go from a relationship back to single status.

Charlie is a very lonely character who fell into finding missing people by accident and has built a PI business around his natural skill for searching for, and usually finding, missing people.  He has a difficult relationship with his parents who are very political and wealthy a lifestyle Charlie has shunned and  I doubt he will be changing that anytime soon.

Charlie has a freelance helper in his investigative work in the shape of Pat who is usually in the middle of a marital crisis of one kind or another.  He is a unique character with excellent people skills and has an important role in the investigations due to his extraordinary ability to persuade people to talk and divulge information where many others fail.  I think Pat really comes into his own in this book as his character develops.

I find that these books have a certain amount of humour, whether that is intentional or not I don’t know but I think it offsets the dark side excellently to produce a very gripping book full of suspense in which the reader isn’t quite sure what is going to happen next.

Charlie is tasked with finding a missing husband and during his initial search is faced with the dead body of his friend from years ago.  This sees Charlie not only juggling cases but also brings him face to face with long lost love.  Emotionally he is in a bad place and ping ponging about getting nowhere with either case while Pat and his other friends try to persuade him to focus.  Meanwhile he is in the site of drug lords who believe he has information they want.

Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead

This is book 3 in the Charlie Cameron series and having read the previous books I was very happy to read this one.

Charlie Cameron is a private investigator with a big heart. His character has grown throughout the books and I feel I really know him now. He has an extraordinary skill for finding lost people and has built a business out of it. Unfortunately trouble seems to follow Charlie where he goes and is probably very lucky to still be alive especially since he has got on the wrong side of a gangster.

He is helped in his searches by Pat who is a very unique character, a lovable rogue with exceptional people skills that enable him to extract information for Charlie that otherwise may not be possible.

DI Andrew Geddes also plays a big part in the books as a policeman he is able to provide Charlie with information and has been known to be in the right place at the right time. In this book Andrew is having problems with the new DCI and is considering retirement which means Charlie becomes a counsellor along with his other tasks.

There is a lot going on in this book so much that at times it gets a little confusing. A man going missing puts into motion a series of events that brings Charlie back under the Gangster’s radar. He had a lucky escape once maybe he wont be so lucky this time. Pat and Andrew have problems of their own and Charlie has love life issues. As always everything comes together in a totally unexpected ending.

Another excellent book I am hoping to read more about Charlie in future books.

BOOK REVIEW: Dead Jealous by Helen Durrant

DEAD JEALOUS by Helen H. Durrant

‘A fresh pair of eyes and a different perspective added to advances in forensics brings to light evidence and possibilities that were overlooked 17 years ago with shocking results. There are many twists and turns along the way as the team untangles a web of lies going back many years. The conclusion is a real shocker that the reader cant see coming.’

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A teenage girl’s body is found in the back of a car on the notorious Hobfield housing estate. No one had reported her missing, but she’s been dead for a week.

Meanwhile, an old jar is brought into the station. It was found carefully wrapped in a blanket, with a child’s pink hairclip. The jar contains ashes and bone fragments.

Seventeen years ago Detective Tom Calladine had been part of a team investigating the disappearance of Jessica Wilkins. Her mother had taken her to Leesdon Park one summer afternoon.

She went to get the child an ice cream and when she returned her daughter was gone. Over the years there were no sightings, no witnesses — nothing.

Will there finally be closure for this unsolved mystery?
And why was the girl found in the car killed and why are her friends not telling her the whole story?

Detectives Tom Calladine and Ruth Bayliss will unravel a web of lies and pain, in this fast-moving and gripping crime mystery.

Full of twists and turns, this is a crime thriller that will keep you turning the pages until the stunning conclusion

If you like Angela Marsons, Rachel Abbott, Mel Sherratt, Ruth Rendell, or Mark Billingham you will enjoy this exciting new crime fiction writer.

DEAD JEALOUS is book seven of a new series of detective thrillers featuring D.S. Ruth Bayliss and D.I. Tom Calladine.


MY REVIEW

My rating 5 out of 5 stars

Helen Durrant is a fabulous author and I loved this book from the very first page. Forensic pathology is a particular interest of mine so this was an extra bonus. While it is part of a series it does work very well as stand alone. The book does refer to events from the previous book but Helen has, excellently, managed to bring a new reader up to date while at the same time ensuring readers of the previous books are not bored with recaps from previous books.

There are several cases that the team has to juggle. A teenage girl is murdered, a 17 year old cold case is reopened and a viscous moneylender has residents living in fear. Totally different cases and the team is struggling to move forward with any of them.

Team dynamics play a big part in this book as personal feelings and resentments come to the fore. The characters are very realistic and complex. We learn a little about their personal lives within the book as they develop.

A fresh pair of eyes and a different perspective added to advances in forensics brings to light evidence and possibilities that were overlooked 17 years ago with shocking results. There are many twists and turns along the way as the team untangles a web of lies going back many years. The conclusion is a real shocker that the reader cant see coming,

I absolutely loved this book I was hooked from the beginning and just kept reading ‘a little bit more’. I intend to read Helen’s backlist as soon as time allows.

A fantastic read. Thank you to Joffe Books for the advance copy,


THE DETECTIVES
Tom Calladine is a detective inspector who is devoted to his job. His personal life, however, is not so successful. Having been married and divorced before the age of twenty-one has set a pattern that he finds difficult to escape.

Ruth Bayliss is in her mid-thirties, plain-speaking but loyal. She is balancing her professional life with looking after a small child.

THE SETTING
The fictional village of Leesdon on the outskirts of an industrial northern English city. There is little work and a lot of crime. The bane of Calladine’s life is the Hobfield housing estate, breeding ground to all that is wrong with the area that he calls home.

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

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

***BLOGGERS NEEDED*** FOR BOOST-A-BOOK BLOG TOUR 6th to 12th October

Hi there

I am in the process of organising a Blog Tour for The Policewoman by Justin Roberts.

This is a book that has already been released but we are hoping to promote it and thereby increase sales, The Blog Tour is planned for October 6th to 12th and I am looking for review stops initially.

You can read about the book via the links below.

Email me at Books_n_all@outlook.com if you are interested in joining the tour.

The Policewoman by Justin Roberts

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Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MXHON0A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1502552552&sr=8-1&keywords=the+policewoman

The Policewoman - Cover
Narcoterrorism wreaks havoc on the world as drug cartels operate as dominating, murderous dictatorships. The powerful Irish Drug Cartel has set up drug manufacturing plants around the world and they will kill anyone who gets in their way.
Sarah is an ambitious policewoman from an antiterrorist unit. She’s also smart, beautiful, and extremely good at her job, which is why she is assigned to an Interpol Incident Response Team in Manchester, set up to find and stop The Cartel. Alongside colleagues from the United Kingdom’s SAS, she must quickly learn new Close Quarters Battle tactics and apply them to a vengeful and threatening battlefield.
Sarah’s investigation appears to be going well until the fight turns personal. She must now struggle to save her friends, family, and even herself. Spanning the globe with a keen knowledge of special forces tactics and some genuinely shocking twists, this book warns of a bloody, drug-addled future we may soon face.