Alex R Carver
As I gear up for the release of Into The Fire, book 4 in my Inspector Stone Mysteries series, hitting the virtual shelves in March as long as everything goes well, it seems that this is a good time to let the reading world know that they can get books 1-3 in the series.
There are two ways for you to get the series: as individual titles, starting with Where There’s A Will (available for free at all major ebook retailers) or as a boxset which gives all 3 titles for just $3.
The kidnapping of a child on the way home from school is every parents worst nightmare, for the Keatings it's no nightmare, it's a reality.
A reality made worse when it is suspected the Russian Mafia is behind the kidnapping to force Owen Keating to sell his business.
Are the rumours true, or is there something else going on?
https://www.books2read.com/u/bxgXVl (Takes you to a selection of retailer links where you can pick your preferred store to get the book from.)
An Eye For An Eye (Book 2) ($0.99)
A sudden surge in murders across Branton leaves Nathan Stone wondering if the town has gone made, or if they could all be the work of one man. If so who is it, and why is he killing such a diverse group of people.
https://www.books2read.com/u/bw85yG (Takes you to a selection of retailer links where you can pick your preferred store to get the book from.)
A Perfect Pose (Book 3) ($2.99)
The murder of a teen model draws Nathan Stone back to work after the tragic events of An Eye For An Eye.
When rumours surface of abuse at the studio where Ellen Powers worked, Nathan must investigate whether that is why she was murdered, or if her death is connected to her pregnancy.
https://www.books2read.com/u/4NRgW9 (Takes you to a selection of retailer links where you can pick your preferred store to get the book from.)
https://www.books2read.com/u/bwW9Ee (Takes you to a selection of retailer links where you can pick your preferred store to get the book from.)
In addition to the Inspector Stone Mysteries I have a serial killer thriller set in a small English village, Written In Blood is the first book in a two-part story about a village that finds itself in the grip of a nightmare when its daughters are targeted by a brutal killer.
A peaceful village torn apart by murder, mistrust, and a desire for revenge.
When Oakhurst's daughters begin to turn up, brutally murdered and with accusatory words carved into their skin, the residents of the small, close-knit community are unwilling to believe that one of their own might be a killer.
Suspicion falls on the village's newest resident, Zack Wild, attractive, charming, author of violent crime novels, and possessor of a dark history; he seems like the perfect suspect.
As the investigation continues, the evidence against Wild mounts, but is prejudice against the newcomer affecting the judgment of Sergeant Mitchell, Constable Turner thinks so; she is determined to bring the killer to justice, no matter who it is, or what she has to do.
Who will be proved right, and will they catch the killer before he can strike again?
The final book currently available from me is a departure from my usual mysteries and thrillers as I step into the world of space-opera sci-fi.
Cas Dragunov knew his brother's plea for help could only spell trouble.
Nikolai created more messes than he could ever clear up, but family was family, and Cas couldn't turn his back on him. Alas, he arrived on Dormero Station to find Nikolai dead, but his debt to local crime boss, Valen Massio, very much alive.
On the hook for the money, Cas is stuck working for Massio to pay it off. It's a simple job, all he has to do is deliver the package that got his brother killed, while evading both Massio's bloodthirsty rival and the Federal Security Service.
Piece of cake, right?