I know, you're saying to yourself: "And how is this event going to effect the price of kiwi fruit in New Zealand?" And well you might. But listen . . . come closer - not only have I written a novella of 23,000-words called An Ill Wind that incorporates a new hero - DI Cyrus Kane - who plies his trade in Brick Lane in London, but is on holiday in Cornwall - four other brilliant bestselling authors have also written new stories:
Lawrence Kelter (The Death of Red Rocket and the Bright Blue Light);
Jenny Milchman (Mother May I);
Rick Murcer (The Pier); and
Rebecca Stroud (Amelia's Island).
Now, anyone in their right mind would think that was more than enough, but . . . come closer. We've included four full books. I know, I know - you couldn't dream up something like that, could you? Me, myself and I have included Footprints of the Dead, which is one of my very best and . . . come closer - I'm writing the second in the series Whispers of the Dead (Tom Gabriel 2) now, and it'll be published during the first week in September. Also, and as well as - three of those other four brilliant bestselling authors have included a full book as well: