First up – Merry Christmas to everyone.
I hope you have a Peaceful and Merry Christmas. Have a great time with family and friends. Keep safe.
Street Team reminder:
My Street Team is now up and running. You can receive free books [first up the smart new edition of short story collection ‘Silently in the Night’], enter competitions, read excerpts, and generally join the fun before, during, and after book publication. You can join at the ‘Street Team’ link given below.
𝐀𝐬 𝐚 𝐦𝐞𝐦𝐛𝐞𝐫 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 ClaytonGrahamSciFi Street Team, 𝐲𝐨𝐮’𝐥𝐥 𝐠𝐞𝐭: A free advance copy of new releases, book news, competitions and a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to write and launch a book. Also the opportunity to give feedback on certain aspects of books during the production process. And, of course, special “thank you” with a link to your blog (if you like) on this blog.
I very much appreciate my street team members. Hope to see you there and THANK YOU!
Also this time there is a guest blog from Peter Mulraney, author of the Stella Bruno Investigates crime series.
Plus, at the end of the blog, an entry to a great free competition where you can win a Kindle Fire and lots of books. This runs to December 12.
Guest post by Peter Mulraney, author of the Stella Bruno Investigates crime series.
Stella Bruno Investigates is a series of quick reads – books designed to be read in one sitting. Each book in the series only takes around an hour and a half to two hours to read. So, there’s no waiting for days to find out who did it.
The series is set in and around Adelaide, South Australia, and centres on criminal investigations led by Detective Sergeant Stella Bruno. I have the inside information on Adelaide – it’s my home town.
Stella is assisted by Detective Constable Brian Rhodes, who’s approaching retirement, harassed by Detective Inspector Frank Williams, and distracted by Shaun Porter from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
In addition to all the crime, the stories also follow Stella’s developing relationship with Shaun and provide insights into her life as a single mother with a fourteen-year old son. You’ll also discover some of the benefits she enjoys by being part of an extended Italian family.
If you’ve never been to Australia, these stories will give you a little taste of life ‘down under’ where you can experience the North Wind as hot and blustery and winters without snow and ice.
A Deadly Game of Hangman, Book 4 in the series, tells the story of Stella’s investigation into the murder of a young man whose body is found hanging from a tree in Adelaide’s famous Park Lands, which ring the city centre. The killer tried to disguise the murder as a suicide but there are some things about a hanging that you just can’t hide from a forensic pathologist, like Dr Steve Wright.
The case gets a little more interesting when the body of a friend of the first victim is found hanging from a tree in Morialta Park, in the foothills on the eastern edge of the Adelaide metropolitan area, and the similarities strongly suggest to Stella that she is dealing with a serial killer.
And, just to keep you up until you’ve finished, I’ve built in a little bit of suspense towards the end.
The other titles in the series published to date are:
- The Identity Thief.
- A Gun of Many Parts.
- Bones in the Forest.
My website: https://petermulraney.org
Universal link to book on Amazon: http://getbook.at/stellabruno4
Here’s a link to a great Christmas Giveaway from BOOK HUB where you can win an Amazon Kindle and a bagful of books: