Chance to win one of five signed copies of Dead Man's Wharf in Magazine Competition

Round & About Magazine is offering the chance to win a Signed Copy of Dead Man's Wharf in its May edition.

Dead Man's Wharf is the fourth in the DI Andy Horton crime series.

Horton and Cantelli are called to a nursing home where an elderly resident, suffering from dementia, claims she's been attacked by an intruder. Horton is ready to dismiss it as senile ramblings until he discovers that her room-mate has died, the dead woman's belongings are missing and her son, convicted for armed robbery, has been found dead in his cell. As if this isn't enough, Horton also has to deal with a series of threatening telephone calls to a television personality, and a mother's conviction that her son's death on Christmas Eve was no accident. Soon, to his surprise, Horton finds he is caught up in a complex investigation that has far-reaching international implications. With the pressure on to find a killer, and hampered by his belief that his bosses are lying to him, Horton discovers that he's stepped into a web of intrigue, deception and corruption that stretches back into the past.

Dead Man's Wharf was given a starred review in the USA by Kirkus.

'Rowson turns out an exemplary procedural with the requisite plot twists, double-crosses and all loose ends tied up neatly in a sailor’s knot.' Kirkus (USA)

Round & About is a successful group of magazines that was first established in 1994 and now reaches 225,785 homes across Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Surrey.

Click here to see details of the competition and you can also read a virtual edition of the Magazine.

Click here to read an excerpt from Chapter One of Dead Man's Wharf .

Or you can Download Chapter One.

Five Free Signed Copies to Give Away in Round & About Magazine.


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