The Christmas Killer by Alex Pine | ThunderclapCoverReveal| #ChristmasinJuly

The Christmas Killer: The start of a chilling new British detective crime thriller series for 2020

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I love this image the cover is very intriguing with that hint of blood splatter and cracked snow globe. Frankly, as those of you who frequent this blog will know, I love snow so this is a winner for me! Now check out the blurb, follow the links and get buying – you know you want to!

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This year has been very strange, and it’s about to become stranger. It’s time for #ChristmasInJuly!
As the snow begins to fall, the body count begins to climb…
Pre-order your copy of The Christmas Killer by Alex Pine for only 99p! Out 29th Oct. ☃️

The Christmas Killer by Alex Pine is the first in new crime series that is sinister, dark and addictive reading! If you love Val McDermid, Ross Greenwood or LJ Ross then you’ll LOVE this thriller!

Book blurb

DI James Walker is ready for a quiet family Christmas in the sleepy village of Kirkby Abbey.

But when he opens an early Christmas present left on his doorstep, he soon realises it is no gift. Inside is a gruesome surprise, and a promise – twelve days, twelve murders. Not long after, the first body is found, half frozen in the snow.

As the blizzards descend, panic spreads through the remote Cumbrian village – there’s a killer amongst them, and with eleven more victims to go, anyone could be next….

Can James stop the killer before they strike again?

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