In order to celebrate the new cover (and new minor edition) of Murder In Absentia, I will be hosting a Cover Reveal party on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/events/1103905369642703/ There will be games, giveaways, trivia and general fun! I’ll be answering questions in real time, giving away ebook and paperback copies, and generally being my over-caffeinated excitable self […]
Catching the public’s eye and directing it to your book is hard. The favourite past-time for authors is interviewing each other. Makes us all feel a little bit like celebrities I guess, in the hope that the public will buy into it. It’s also great with procrastinating actually writing your next novel 😉 We’re all […]
Hi guys, I’m running a giveaway on Goodreads for Murder in-absentia! Enter for a chance to win a free signed copy of the most exciting fantasy murder mystery (with an historical bent and a splash of horror) released this year! Go here to enter: www.goodreads.com/book/show/26867372-murder-in-absentia Winners will be announced on Jan 1st – […]
The story takes place about twelve years before the events of Murder In Absentia and during 63 BCE in Rome (just after the events of Catilina’s Riddle by Steven Saylor). This story is fan-fiction. Gordianus the Finder is © Steven Saylor, and is used without permission but with much love and admiration. Egretia, 523 AUC Never practice […]
The Detective and the Toga, one of the Internet’s best troves for ancient Roman detective novels, has included Murder in-absentia in his listing! http://histmyst.org/miscellany.html#murderinabsentia
Murder In Absentia is now fully available for Kindle and in print. To celebrate I will be posting some more Felix short stories I have been preparing for this day 🙂 A new story will be coming every week.
The events in this story take place about three years before those of Murder In Absentia. Felix is hired to deal with some strange sanitation issues. I pushed the burnt body with the toe of my boot. The charred remains shifted, slid, turned over. The face was still barely recognisable, as the burns were from […]