Read an E Book Week - Download Chapter One of Dead Man's Wharf, plus still some great offers on Pauline Rowson's crime novels on Kindle

Read an e Book Week 6 - 12 March 2011 is coming round again and some might ask whether we need a week set aside to promote the benefits of reading an e book because they are now so popular.  But although the purpose of  Read an E Book Week is the same as when it was first devised, i.e. to encourage people to read e books this year also sees it celebrating the fortieth anniversary since the first e book was created. Amazing?  Yes.  You can read all about it on the Read an E Book Week web site.

I have supported this initiative for the last two years and am again supporting it this year.  Visitors to my web site (and here) will be able to download  Chapter One of Dead Man's Wharf which is published in mass market paperback on 11 March.  It is already available in hardcover, as an e book, on Kindle and as an unbridged audio book.



I hope you enjoy the tatster of Dead Man's Wharf .  Plus check out the Read an E Book Week web site for some special offers and possibly some free e books.

Plus you can still buy Blood on the Sand and In For The Kill at some amazing prices on Amazon's Kindle.  Available for one more week at 94p per book in the UK and $1.51 on Amazon.com

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