What murder mysteries?

I have written two murder mysteries in the series Accounting for Murder, and I want to encourage you to read both if you have not done so already. The third in the series will be available later this year. Of course, you don’t have to read them in order: each is complete in itself. However, the characters and their relationships develop throughout the series.

When is it a good time to read murder mysteries?

I am sorry to say that I forgot about  National book Day last Thursday. Otherwise, I would have made a special offer then. It will now begin on St Patrick’s Day, Tuesday 17th March and last for five days, finishing on Saturday 21st March.

Accounting for Murder: Double Entry

What’s the offer on my murder mysteries?

You can obtain Accounting for Murder, Book I, Double Entry, free as an e-book on Kindle for those five days. When you have read that, I hope you will want to read Accounting for Murder, Book II, Old Money. It is also available on Kindle as an e-book and also as a paperback, but you will have to pay for that: £2.99 for the e-book or £9.99 for the paperback. If you want to get Book I, Double Entry as a paperback, it will cost you £6.99 – so no option is very expensive. If you can’t wait for St Patrick’s Day, you can buy Double Entry as an e-book for £2.99 too.

More about my murder mysteries is on video on my website

There are now videos on my website, where I answer questions about myself and my two murder mysteries. The first one, linked to Double Entry gives more details of me and my background.

If you want to know a bit more about Old Money, have a look at my recent blog. It gives links to a couple of extracts from that book.

I hope you enjoy whichever option you choose and that you will look forward to the third in the series later this year.