Today I’m excited to tell you about another of this crime writer’s books being released next week on Tuesday 23rd March.
In Harm’s Way by Owen Mullen is a revised and re-edited version of this great psychological thriller. Like many of Owen Mullen’s books In Harm’s Way has an explosive opening and proceeds at a fast pace. The plot is pretty realistic – certainly made me think, so just perfect for settling down with for an exciting evening.
Blurb (taken from boldwoodbooks.com )
IF NO ONE KNOWS YOU’RE IN DANGER, NO ONE CAN SAVE YOU…
The Baxter house in the Lowther Hills, in Scotland, has been up for sale for decades. It’s dilapidated and near-derelict, and nobody is interested in it. But for one potential buyer, the remote location and rat-infested cellar are just what he’s looking for.
For the first year, Mackenzie’s marriage to Derek was ideal. Now though, Derek believes she is having an affair, and when she fears her husband is becoming controlling, she knows she’s made a terrible mistake.
But Mackenzie has a drinking problem, so when she threatens to leave Derek and then disappears, no one believes she has been abducted. It will fall to DS Geddes to untangle the truth…
Owen Mullen is a best-selling author of psychological and gangland thrillers. His fast-paced, twist-aplenty stories are perfect for all fans of Robert Galbraith, Ian Rankin and Ann Cleeves.
What readers say about Owen Mullen:
‘Owen Mullen knows how to ramp up the action just when it’s needed… he never fails to give you hard-hitting thrillers that have moments that will stay with you forever…’
‘One of the very best thriller writers I have ever read.’
‘Owen Mullen writes a good story, he really brings his characters to life and the endings are hard to guess and never what you expected.’
If you don’t know this author yet let me highly recommend his books to lovers of crime fiction and thrillers. Some of his novels are based in Scotland, one is set in Pakistan, and his latest Family is based in gangland London.
My review of In Harm’s Way will be up on EmmabBooks.com shortly.
All the best, Emma