Breaking News – December 2016

Following issues with my publishers, I have reached an amicable arrangement under which we have parted company and I have had the rights to all my books returned.

 

That is the good news!

 

On the downside, it means that for now, you cannot buy them through bookshops or outlets like Amazon and Kindle. However, I am involved in certain discussions and hope that before long, all the books will become available again.

 

Watch this space!

 

Additionally, in the pipeline is Dead Fix, the follow-up to Hard Place and I plan a proper launch of Tables Turned which never happened last July as planned. More details as things develop will appear on my Facebook page.

 

Cellars’ Market

Cellars-Market

Cellars’ Market – 197 pages (when print edition)

 

A Wine War breaks out when a top London restaurant discovers that its stock of Grand Cru French wine is plonk and tastes like trash. The importer asks wine expert Bart Fraser to act as an amateur sleuth / private investigator to discover who can be destroying his reputation. But what starts off as UK problem rapidly takes on international dimensions as more plonk appears throughout the USA and even in France. In Fraser’s investigations, Emma, an outrageously zany London journalist, gets involved as the hunt turns sinister with death, mystery and suspense stalking their efforts to bring down the conspirators. Is it the French wine growers cheating? Could it be the merchants in the French wine region stretching the wine – or is it something entirely different? The chase takes Bart across the USA and France in a frantic effort to expose the criminal gangsters. The action-packed climax is of breath-taking proportions leading to the book being optioned for a major movie release.

Cellars’ Market was originally published by the prestigious Collins Crime Club (now part of Harper Collins). This is the original version but now published for the first time as an ebook.

“A tense and gripping story … He makes us think but entertains us.”

Evening Telegraph

“His pungent stories pound through their plots.”Daily Mail

Kindle e-book released 28 August 2015.
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