Saturday, March 10, 2012

Killing me softly....

Every now and then I run a book promotion to get a little notice out in the big bad world.

My mainstream literary novel, Killing a Friend, will be available for free on and in ebook format for the next several days, starting later today/early tomorrow. Here's the cover blurb. It's a mix of love and rage, set in exotic West Sweden...

Killing a Friend is a novel about people that love each other, about friends, acquaintances and life partners.
Lost souls clinging to the familiar, despite their better judgment - a story that takes normal life one step further.
Two friends, two artists, two men that love the same woman - a tragedy, an unforgivable able deception and a chance to begin again.
Killing a Friend is a book of love, longing and lust.

Friday, March 2, 2012

A Cracker of a Book.... a four star review of Death Call

4.0 out of 5 stars
A Cracker of a book29 Feb 2012
Mr. Stephen D. Wassell "sdwassell" (Norfolk, England) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Death Call: The London Serial Killer Case (Carroll & Grant Mysteries) (Kindle Edition)
I hate it when I read " I couldn't put this book down" because I always find myself let down. However, in this case If I had read that sentence about "Death Call" I would have had to agree with it. I was hooked on it from the start. It has pace throughout and vivid descriptions of both the crimes and the two totally different people who, by virtue of their job, have to work together to solve them. it's a very readable crime novel and, personally, I found it almost a throwback to the likes of John Creasey. If you like a decent 'tec book get this one. One quibble, a couple of the(thankfully short) sex scenes could have been omitted without any detriment to the book. I am looking forward to reading the next one in the series.

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