Fatal Catch, the latest DI Andy Horton Mystery Crime Novel, no 12 in the series, now published

I'm delighted to announce that Fatal Catch the twelfth in the DI Andy Horton crime series  has been published in the UK in hardcover by Severn House Publishers. (28 September 2015).  For those of you in America you'll have to wait a little longer before you can get your hands on a copy but not too long as Fatal Catch will be released as an ebook and available on Kindle from 20 December ( the perfect Christmas present - dare I say)  and it will be published in hardcover in the USA on the 1 January 2016.

Fatal Catch, number 12 in the DI Andy Horton Mystery Crime Series

In Fatal Catch  Horton is  called out to examine a gruesome find by two fishermen: a human hand. Is it  that of missing violent criminal Alfie Wright – or is he the killer? And where  is the rest of the corpse?   Soon Horton finds himself  immersed in a complex case where everyone has a reason to lie and no one is who  they seem. Assailed by doubts both in his personal and professional life, Horton desperately tries to keep his emotional feelings under control and his  focus on his work. His instincts tell him to trust no one and believe nothing;  he’s not sure though whether this time he’ll succeed …

I'm also thrilled that the DI Andy Horton series has been optioned by top UK television production company Lime Pictures, who are seeking to bring the enigmatic detective to the television screens. Fingers crossed. More on that when I have any news.

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Fatal Catch  is available from all good book retailers and for loan in UK and USA libraries.

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