Saturday, 3 November 2018

Cold Winter Sun

Cold Winter Sun- Tony Forder
Mike and Terry have gone to America to try and find Mike’s ex wife’s husband’s nephew
who went to Las Vegas and has suddenly disappeared off the radar- something totally
against his nature. Mike still loves his wife and by agreeing to this means he has been
able to make contact with his daughter- something he hasn’t been able to do for too
long. Both men are ex military and are experienced in many aspects. Terry has saved
Mike’s life before now. They know that trouble has a habit of finding them and this
trail isn't any different. Why has Vern disappeared and why are others also out looking
for him- others who are armed and dangerous? This is a very different story- a hunt
, a mystery which slowly drew me in. I wanted to know the whys and wherefores
and how one track led to another- or not. A cleverly thought out plot and one to keep
the old grey matter active.  This is the second in the series but happily stands alone
( I hadn’t read the first one). A very interesting read.
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Book Blurb:
A missing man. A determined hunter. A deadly case.

When Mike Lynch is contacted by his ex-wife about the missing nephew of her new husband, he offers to help find the young man with the help of his friend Terry Cochran.

Arriving in LA to try and track down the young man, the pair are immediately torn away when the missing man’s car shows up, abandoned on the side of a deserted road in New Mexico.

When two fake police officers cross their path, Terry and Mike know there is more to the case than meets the eye, and soon they find themselves asking exactly who it is they are really looking for…

About the Author: Tony J Forder is the author of the critically acclaimed, best-selling crime thriller series featuring detectives Jimmy Bliss and Penny Chandler. The first three books, Bad to the Bone, The Scent of Guilt, and If Fear Wins will be joined by a fouth in the series in 2019.

Tony’s dark, psychological crime thriller, Degrees of Darkness, featuring ex-detective Frank Rogers, was also published by Bloodhound Books. This is a stand-alone novel. Another book that was written as a stand-alone was Scream Blue Murder. This was published in November 2017, and received praise from many, including fellow authors Mason Cross, Matt Hilton and Anita Waller. Before it had even been published, Tony had decided to write a sequel, and Cold Winter Sun will be published in November 2018.

Tony lives with his wife in Peterborough, UK, and is now a full-time author.

Author Links:
Twitter: @TonyJForder

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