Tide of Death, first DI Andy Horton crime novel, featured on Kobo Promotion for only 99p

Tide of Death, the first to feature the rugged and flawed Portsmouth copper, DI Andy Horton, has been selected for the first in series promotion on Kobo, which runs until 14 April and is designed to encourage readers to try a new series and new authors.

Tide of Death was chosen by Amazon as the Best of Crime Fiction when it was first published in 2006.  There are twelve in the DI Andy Horton which has been hailed in both the UK and the USA as "exemplary police procedurals," "gripping" and "complex" with a "likeable and all to human hero."'

The DI Horton series has also been optioned by one of the UK's leading television production companies, Lime Pictures, who are seeking to bring the enigmatic detective to the TV screens.

In Tide of Death it is Horton’s second day back in Portsmouth CID following an eight month suspension on a charge of gross misconduct. Determined to prove his innocence of the charges that have wrecked his career and his marriage Horton finds his personal investigations sidelined when the naked body of a man is found on the beach. Aided by Sergeant Cantelli, Horton sets out to find a killer who will stop at nothing to cover his tracks. As he starts to uncover dark secrets that someone would rather not have exposed, he risks not only his career but also his life…

Set against the atmospheric backdrop of the sea in the Solent area of Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight on the South Coast of England.

Tide of Death is on offer for 99p until 14 April. 


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