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The countdown continues . . .

Only four more days to the release of the next DI Mike Nash thriller, #14 Burial Grounds.

A hit-and-run.  A naked body in the cemetery.  A local woman reported missing.

And there’s going to be a Blog Tour! I’m excited, I’ve never had one before. So, in advance, I’d like to thank all those who participate and hope that you enjoy the book.

How busy am I?

I’m working on DI Mike Nash #16, number 15 is with my publisher and I’m currently on countdown for release of #14 Burial Grounds on 14th April. Meanwhile, book 4, Killing Christmas has just been released in Audio and I haven’t time to listen to it, even though Audio of book 5, Slash Killer is due out on 12 April. And from my Eden House Mysteries with, Headline Publishing Vanishing Act is only 99p for the whole month. I didn’t work so hard before I retired!

And There’s More . . .

Book 4 of the DI Mike Nash series, Killing Christmas, will be released in Audio next week.

This review for the eBook from Robert Crouch, a Vine Voice on Amazon, left me speechless.

Even after I’d finished the book, it took me several minutes to get my breath back. What a superb ride that took me through the whole range of emotions as the story twisted one way then another. Superlative writing and storytelling throughout make this one of my favourite books of 2021.

Making the charts

Really good to find all three of the Cowgill family saga in the charts, almost together at #15, 17 and 21 in Historical Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Fiction A strange category for a saga but I’m certainly not complaining.

Audio Out Today

Playing With Fire, DI Mike Nash, book 3 is out today in Audio, read by John Lee.

“With extremist politicians fanning racial hatred and provoking attacks on migrant workers, Nash has to prevent an explosive situation from boiling over into civil unrest.”

Out next week

The third DI Mike Nash Audio, Playing With Fire will be released on 8 March.

Available to pre-order now on Amazon

More Saga Reviews

Book 3 in the Cowgill Family Saga, Coming Home to Byland Crescent, has been out for three weeks and the 5* reviews are appearing on Amazon. I must say thank you to those readers who have taken the trouble to write their opinion . . . as for book 4, I shall do my best.

Sylvia W.   5.0 out of 5 stars  We need Book 4, please.

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 February 2022   Verified Purchase

Loved this three book series reading one after the another, and I became so engrossed in the characters almost as if they were family. Whilst the ending was beautifully written causing me to grab for the tissues, I was disappointed that things were left hanging in the air, specifically the secret link between the two branches of the family in England and Australia. I really do hope there’s a fourth book in the pipeline and that we don’t have to wait too long for it.

Bookworm   5.0 out of 5 stars  A wonderful sequel

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 February 2022  Verified Purchase

The final book in this moving family saga is just fantastic. The twists and turns in the family’s fortunes both here and in Australia keep the reader totally absorbed. I couldn’t put it down. There’s more to tell Mr Kitson. WE NEED A FOURTH BOOK.



Coming Home to Byland Crescent

Book 3 in The Cowgill Family Saga, Coming Home to Byland Crescent is out today. But who will come home? In post-war Britain and Australia, the next generation will learn to cope with their losses and the changes brought about by the recent conflict. Originally published as Retribution, re-released by Joffe Books

Book 3 Coming Soon

Cover reveal for Book 3 Coming Home to Byland Crescent in the Cowgill family saga. Not long to wait to discover what is happening in Britain and Australia . . . .

Reviews for the saga

The readers’ reviews are now appearing on Amazon for books 1 & 2 of the Cowgill Family Saga and I am delighted at the results. I can only thank those who have taken the time, and say watch this space for book 3! I have included some abridged examples below . . . . .

Thor 5.0 out of 5 stars  A joy to read ….. Having read Cowgill Family Saga, book 1, I jumped at the chance to read this book, another masterpiece! ….. Through this masterful storytelling we share the joys and the sorrows of the Cowgill family over the 16 years of the 20s and 30s. I enjoyed this book so much I have now read it twice.

Dragonlady 5.0 out of 5 stars  Brilliant I did not know what to expect when I got this book but my god it was brilliant. I laughed and cried, felt sorrow and pain but enjoyed this book so much.

Booklover BEV 5.0 out of 5 stars  A remarkable story Book two as we re-join the Cowgill family a very enjoyable family historical saga, that is in four parts from 1923 to 1939 another remarkable tale from this author that I so enjoyed reading.

margaret bale 5.0 out of 5 stars  Brilliant book I loved this book as soon as read the first page. It was a beautiful written book and a rollercoaster of a read. Didn’t want it to end.

Lee Wilkinson 5.0 out of 5 stars  interesting and I look forward to more The connections between Australia and English businesses was far more than I ever thought before, I enjoy learning and look forward to the next book