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**COVER REVEAL** Kiss Her Goodbye by Susan Gee

Today I’m thrilled to be able to share with you the cover for Kiss Her Goodbye, and what a breath-taking cover it is! The author, Susan Gee, was a finalist in the Daily Mail Write a Bestseller competition as well as a finalist in The Good Housekeeping fiction competition. This, her debut novel, has been described as ‘tightly-plotted and tense’ with a ‘heart-stopping twist’.

About the Book

Kirsten Green is my best friend,

Kirsten Green has gone missing,

I killed Kirsten Green.

Seventeen year old Hayley Reynolds is unwanted at home, and an outsider at school. Pushed away by her best friend Kirsten Green, she makes a deliberate, chilling decision – if Kirsten can’t belong to her, then she won’t belong to anyone…

DI Beverley Samuels has the body of a schoolgirl on her hands – a murder that brings back the hauntingly painful memories of the case she’s tried so desperately to forget.

There’s something deeply disturbing about this crime – and yet with little hard evidence, it’s up to her to decide who she will believe…

The Cover

Sounds very intriguing!
Follow Susan on Twitter: @SusanGeeWriter and Instagram: @susangeewriter
With thanks to Vicky Joss from Aria / Head of Zeus
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COVER REVEAL: The Malice of Angels by Wendy Percival

If you are a fan of mystery stories with a genealogical slant or even just a fan of mystery stories in general, then I can definitely recommend Wendy Percival’s ‘Esme Quentin’ series. The Malice of Angels is the third full-length story and sees the mystery of a nurse’s wartime disappearance open up old wounds for genealogical investigator, Esme Quentin.

Here is a taste of what is to come:

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It wasn’t until she turned into the narrow medieval passageway of Fish Street that Esme Quentin suspected she was being followed. He – if it was a he, it was difficult to be sure, encased as the walker was in a hooded trench coat – seemed to be keeping his distance. He slowed as she slowed, held back if she paused, as though biding his time before approaching her. Perhaps she should grab the initiative and challenge him? Demand to know who he was and what he thought he was doing creeping up on a middle-aged woman in the dark?

She stopped and deliberately looked round, but he must have pulled back out of the halo of the street lamp as he’d disappeared into the shadows.

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The Malice of Angels will be published on 13th October 2017.

Take a look at the author’s website: http://www.wendypercival.co.uk

 

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