Death Comes to Call is now available on NetGalley! @bookouture #readers #bloggers #reviewers

death comes to call - netgalley graphicIt’s that exciting, yet nerve-racking, stage of the publishing process again: Death Comes to Call is ready to review! If you’re interested in requesting an e-book copy, you can do so here. And guidelines are linked to from this page (please see ‘approval preferences’).

It’s the third novel in the Tara Thorpe series, set in a wintry early spring, with Cambridge covered in snow and ice. Here’s the blurb:

When a promising local artist disappears, the victim’s brother begs Detective Tara Thorpe to take the case. It seems there’s no evidence of foul play… he simply disappeared without a trace.

Tara agrees to do some digging… never mind that her unorthodox approach to policing has got a few of her colleagues’ backs up. Amongst them is her former supervisor Detective Patrick Wilkins… he’s had enough of Tara calling the shots and will do anything to knock her down. She must be careful.

At least she has an ally in their boss, Detective Garstin Blake. He’ll always back her hunches. If anything, they work together too well… at least, that’s the rumour around the station these days.

When a body of a young woman is found frozen near the fens, Tara’s evidence suddenly becomes key to solving a high-profile murder. Is their missing artist still a victim… or in fact a clever murderer with a deadly plan?

I’m keeping my fingers crossed that it goes down well, and sending heartfelt thanks, as ever, to the generous book reviewers and bloggers who take the time to give their feedback. I’m aware it’s a huge commitment and it’s very much appreciated.

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