DI Lyle is about to get a glimpse into the murky world of political activism and hate crime; the murder of a prominent city councillor is just the tip of the iceberg.
The city of Ashbeck is on high alert when news breaks that convicted triple murderer and paedophile Bob Kenyon has escaped from custody.
Can DI Lyle and his team get to the bottom of this murky mess before another atrocity occurs?
So we have an escaped criminal intent on getting revenge on the ex wife who he believes betrayed him twice; once by sleeping with another man and once by enlightening the police about his sordid activities. Kenyon is a paedophile who preys on young teenage girls including his own twin daughters, Heather & Charlotte. You can read about the initial investigation into Kenyon’s nefarious activities in the second DI Frank Lyle Mystery Heir to Misfortune. http://bookShow.me/B00EQBAKC2
We also have a man who is aiming to get revenge on Kenyon for preying on someone he loves and revenge on the system he believes let him down. But was he born wicked or have circumstances made him so?
There is other revenge and hate crimes committed against people on the grounds of their ethnicity, religion and sexual preferences so the book is very dark.
DI Lyle and his team must keep things in perspective especially when events leave a young detective confronting his own mortality. I am not revealing how or why this happens but you can pre-order Best Served Cold from Amazon now. http://bookshow.me/B00MRIZQRU
I’ve recently been interviewed about the book on three blogs which you can check out here. Please tweet, share and leave a comment.
I have more guest blog appearances between now and 14th October. These will be a mixture of author interviews, information about the DI Frank Lyle Mystery Series and character interviews so look out for them.
I am also the subject of a Facebook author event on Sunday 21st September. You can post book related matter and ask me sensible questions about Best Served Cold and my writing schedule in general.
You can also come to the book launch party on Facebook between Monday 22nd and Friday 26th September to celebrate the book. There’ll be virtual food and champagne so don’t miss out.