In twenty-seven days (June 30th) I’ll be releasing book number FOURTEEN (that’s a lot of words — deleted during the editing process) and it’s called The Murder of Jeremy Brookes. It’s available now for preorder, but I’d like to get some reviews under its belt before (or immediately after) its release.

The genre is Crime-fiction, specifically of the Private Investigator variety. It’s set in a smallish town an hour south of Sydney, Australia. It comes in at about 73,000 words.

The blurb is as follows:

McGinnis Investigations has been operating a small but successful shop in Campbelltown, an hour south of Sydney, for over a decade. Business has been what you’d expect in a sort of rough town in a sort of rough country, with an ever increasing circle of rough and tumble clients spreading the word that Dan McGinnis’ team could get the job done, but only above board.

Nothing shady, nothing illegal, frequently successful and frequently just skirting the line.

But nothing could prepare Dan McGinnis for the depths he would plumb when a wealthy Sydney surgeon visits his office and asks him to investigate her husband’s murder. Her husband, Jeremy Brookes, was legal counsel for the owner of a right-wing media empire.

The police say he was killed during a mugging gone bad. She thinks it was a targeted attack.

Crossing powerful media types, the real killer and two other cases that seem to be connected drag Dan and his team into the darker side of politics, money and corruption.

If you’re willing to leave a review before June 30th (the first week of July at the absolute latest), leave a comment below. I’ll email you back, we’ll have a chat and if we come to an agreement I’ll shoot you an epub version for your reading enjoyment.

Cheerio, Tony