Introducing The Crime Lounge Newsletter
I am delighted to announce The Crime Lounge – a crime fiction ebook deals newsletter from Orenda Books and Lounge Books. If you're not familiar with Orenda Books, they are one of the UK's finest indie publishers, with a sensational crime fiction list. Karen Sullivan, the founder, discovers exciting authors and amazing crime fiction from around the world and has had huge success. I am totally thrilled to be working with Karen on this. (Read the press release about the launch here).
The Crime Lounge newsletter will include six ebook deals and 1 or 2 new crime books out. Books from all publishers and indie authors, chosen by myself and Karen. You can sign up here & you'll get Matt Weslowski’s Six Stories FREE to kick things off.
There are a few advertising opportunities in the newsletter, more info here.
Karen and I really hope you enjoy The Crime Lounge and if you feel like sharing it with your friends, then that would be wonderful. In the meantime, here are this week's crime ebook deals.
This week's crime ebook deals
When India falls to her death from a bridge over a railway, her sister Poppy returns home to Brighton for the first time in years. Unconvinced by official explanations, Poppy begins her own investigation.
There’s blood on the windscreen and bonnet – but it’s not hers and there’s no sign of anything or anyone she might have hit. The last thing she remembers is being in a hotel on a business trip but now she’s miles away.
Twelve years ago Finn’s girlfriend disappeared. He told the police the truth about that night. Just not quite the whole truth. Now Finn has moved on. But his past won’t stay buried…
Someone in the Met is involved and Detective Caelan Small is being told to Ask No Questions. That isn't an option: Caelan needs answers… whatever the cost.
A young woman is found lying half-naked in the snow, bleeding and unconscious, and a highly esteemed, elderly writer falls to his death in the local theatre, Ari Thór Arason: a rookie policeman is dragged straight into the heart of the community.
Carl Louis Feldman is an old man who once took photographs. That was before he was tried for murder and acquitted. Before dementia and his admission to a Texas care facility.