Short story, ‘Broken Palace’, is released today (77p/$0.99)

The first short story I’ve attempted, ‘Broken Palace’, is released today on Kindle (UK and US and other territories).KINDLE FINAL COVER - BROKEN PALACE

It also has excerpts from, ‘For All Our Sins’, and ‘The Principle of Evil’ – The first books in the DCI Claire Winters series.

Broken Palace’ also features a cameo appearance from DCI Winters in her early years.

You don’t need a Kindle to read it on either. You can download the Kindle app for the PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad and Android devices via Amazon.

I designed the cover, and using my hand in a ‘murder victim’ pose is still a little strange for me to look at . . . *shudder*

About the story:

Everyone has a secret.

Sometimes the secret is innocent enough, sometimes it’s questionable. Then there are secrets that a far more sinister.

Some choose to save a loved one from any further pain. Some make the wrong choice for their own selfish reasons. Some find a ‘Broken Palace’ to hide a dark deed.

The mystery surrounding Earl Mason’s death looks likely to become another cold case for Detective Inspector Davis, but a new face is emerging in Haverbridge CID and he can be sure of one thing – once she’s on the hunt, she won’t stop.

For Jennifer, who reluctantly finds herself in the limelight, it means she must decide who she can trust.

5 thoughts on “Short story, ‘Broken Palace’, is released today (77p/$0.99)

  1. Hi! Thank you for buying it. It’s my first attempt at a short story, but there’s excerpts from my novels as well. Hope you like it 🙂

  2. Morning,
    Your blurb was so intriguing and your cover so cooI I hopped right over to Amazon and bought a copy…
    Really looking forward to reading it!
    Have a good day,
    Nikki 🙂

  3. Thanks for buying it 🙂 Hope you like it. Also very pleased the cover is getting positive comments. It can be very hard to get the balance right for the images and text. It’s definitely worth trying to get it in the best shape you can, even if it does take hours to do. So much is ‘judged’ on a cover at the initial first glance.

    I’ve noticed Amazon can be temperamental sometimes with searching for books. Thanks for letting me know.

  4. Sorry, I forgot to add that I like your cover. It is effective in its own right
    but also shows the title and author clearly.

  5. I have just bought it.
    I found when I typed ‘TME Walsh’ into Amazon search it said there was not match,
    then why I typed ‘T M E Walsh’ it reached you.
    Just so you know.

Comments are closed.