posted by Patrick H. Moore

Crime Fiction Giveaway Alert

Suzanne Jenkins is a dear friend of mine and an accomplished romance and crime writer. I have read several of her books and strongly recommend The Greeks of Beaubien Street, a fast-paced crime novel which I thoroughly enjoyed. Suzanne has 49 books and/or short stories on Amazon, a remarkable total. In addition to staying up all night writing, Suzanne — out of the kindness of her heart — helps indie writers of all stripes find ways to publicize their books and stories.

Suzanne is currently running an Instafreebie Crime Fiction Group Giveaway.If you click on the link, you will be transported to to the Giveaway where you’ll be able to browse through 42 different crime novels and/or stories. All you need to do is click on any of the book covers and you’ll once again be transported — this time to the Giveaway itself where you can download free samples from the books and stories.

In addition to a section of  The Greeks of Beaubien Street, Suzanne is contributing a short story called The Donut Shop Murder. Patrick H. is contributing a sample chapter of his Nick Crane crime novel, Cicero’s Dead.

 

 

7 Responses to Instafreebie Crime Fiction Group Giveaway

  1. Patrick, thank you so much for giving the giveaway a plug! Love this blog.

  2. Jo Burns says:

    Miss your writing,Patrick!

    • PatrickHMoore says:

      Thanks, Jo. It’s very kind of you to say that. I’m mostly concentrating on my fiction these days which is why I haven’t been able to write the true crime posts. Plus, the frivolous lawsuit certainly didn’t help which we’re still opposing in appellate court, though we imagine it will be dismissed for a second time.

  3. Oscar Johansson says:

    Do you have a email I can reach you on?

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