'Paris Re-Visited', the sixth case file from Series Two has just hit the shelf.
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In ‘Paris Re-Visited’, Zac and Paul return to Paris to undertake a job for Gordon McCormack; all are hoping that there is no re-run of the disasters which accompanied the first case which brought them to the city all those months ago. Gordon is being blackmailed and the suspect is a man called Malcolm who is pioneering an upcycling venture to benefit the slums of Mumbai ... at least, that is how it looks but all is not as it seems.
Zac reaches the height of his artistic prowess and a very low point in the investigation of the disappearance of a fellow PI. One might say that this case is all about the survival of the fittest – in fact it is about becoming the man you were destined to become once you were ready to shrug off the shroud of past failures and successes, realising that they belonged to someone else.
‘Paris Re-Visited’ is the sixth case file from ‘Zac Tremble Investigates - Series 2’ and follows: ‘Skull & Crossbones’, ‘The Gene Pool’, ‘No Man Is An Island’, ‘The Soho Triangle’ and ‘Anastasia’s Diamonds’.
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A free to read, available only on the web, new crime thriller series - The Twelve Crimes of Hannah Smith
Some of the first writing I ever published was a crime thriller series called The Twelve Crimes of Hannah Smith - of which six crimes were published - three in Acolyte and three in Priestess. These two volumes were taken down in the summer to be edited and re-worked for distribution via the website only ...
Crime One - Possession is Nine-Tenths of The Law is very nearly ready to be put back up. It will only be available through this website and my own website as a free download - the same will be true of the other crime stories.
Thank you so much for the huge number of responses to the 2014 Survey which Chambers and I put together so that we had a better handle on what you want for the future. Some interesting results have already begun to emerge from the very limited amount of analysis which we have undertaken so far.
Perhaps not surprisingly, many of you want the books to be available on Amazon and many of you commented that side loading a book which was downloaded from Smashwords is just a pain and Amazon's 'one click' is a very useful feature which you value above many others.
This is something then which we need to think about that. If the books go back onto Amazon then they will not be put into the Select/KU programme - that is something which Chambers and I agree very strongly about.
Full results of the survey will be available towards the end of the year.
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