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Cobwebs and a Scottish Mystery Bargain

Now here’s an interesting font (and there’s 3 fonts for $4 dollars so it’s not a bad deal either!) Just in time for Halloween. I like it!

If you need Halloween artwork, this bundle is a nice one.

Written in Bone This sounds like it’s definitely noir. Tibet, have you read this one?

Dr. David Hunter should be in London with the woman he loves and a past he can’t quite shake off. Instead, as a favor to a beleaguered cop, Hunter travels to a remote island in the Outer Hebrides to inspect a baffling set of remains. A forensic anthropologist, he has seen bodies destroyed by all forms of violence, but even he is surprised at what he finds: human remains burned beyond recognition—all within the confines of an otherwise undamaged, unoccupied cottage. Local police want to rule the death accidental. But Hunter’s examination of the victim’s charred skull tells him that this woman, no doubt a stranger to the close-knit island of Runa, was murdered by someone nearby.

Within days, two more people are dead by fire. Hunter’s job is to coax the dead into telling their stories—but now that he’s beginning to hear them, he is staggered by the truth. Working with only the barest of clues, he peels back the layers of mysteries past and present, exposing the tangle of secrets at the heart of this strange community—from the deceptions of a wealthy couple to the bitterness of an ex-cop and the secrets of a lonely single mother—as a tale of rage and perversion comes full circle…then explodes in a series of violent acts and shocking twists.

Posted: September 1, 2017
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Bargain: Finally on Kindle – Mystery

This one is a reprint–finally out on Kindle for the first time. The Far Cry by Fredric Brown. It’s considered noir, and it takes place in Taos, NM!

When George Weaver decides to move to Taos, New Mexico for some well-needed rest, he gets more than he’s bargained for.

After buying a remote house, he learns of the mysterious murder of Jenny Ames. Something of a local legend, the murder haunts the town having remained unsolved for eight years.

With nothing to do but drink and sit with his thoughts, Weaver decides to accept his friend’s offer of uncovering and writing the story of the missing girl.

What seems a dead-end at first becomes a thrilling mystery leading Weaver across the country and down a rabbit hole of lies, hidden identities and an unknown past. Weaver slowly becomes wrapped up in the case, but will he be able to uncover the truth after all these years?