Though I’m running a day late on this newsletter, I’m excited to announce The Front Range Butcher is now available on Amazon. If you pre-ordered the book, you should have it on your Kindle to read. Hopefully it has kept you glued to your eReader, not wanting to put it down until the final pages. If you have read it, be sure to let me know your thoughts on the story, and please leave a review, on Amazon and Goodreads. For indie authors every review is cherished and for me I love reading and quoting them not only in this newsletter, but also on Facebook and Twitter. It makes all the months of hard work worthwhile.
In The Front Range Butcher, Jarvis going up against a serial killer is the main story-line, but there are several other plot twists going on at the same time. One brings back one of my favorites characters, Rocky. He is a man who has provided Jarvis support on a couple of occasions, a large tough man with long blonde hair, a mysterious scar under his eye, likes to cook and an avid reader with his Kindle never far away. He is someone whose background we’ve not learned much about, but we’ll discover a few things about what makes him tick and how he got that scar. And maybe couple of teasers for the next book in the series. Rocky joins several other returning characters; April, Melissa, Barry, Bill, detective Mallard and many new personalities too numerous to mention. This book has a cornucopia of diverse personas to keep you entertained.
Reviews continue to come in and universally they’ve been fantastic. Here are snippets from a couple more of them:
The characters – good and bad- make this book a thrilling and suspenseful read. Each one makes an impression. I was on my edge of the seat the whole book but Mr. Weir has you holding your breath and your heart pounding about 95% into the book. I didn’t think things were going to end well – Xrayer
As always, the story is well-written and it brings you right into the seat next to Mann. His humor and cunning abilities to seek out the truth, are still there, but there is something more about this story. Filled with twists and danger, this reader had to reread pages to make sure I didn’t miss anything. I was just as intrigued with this story, and the case of The Front Range Butcher as Mann was when he was first hired to find this serial killer – Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews
More Instafreebie giveaways this week, this new one including my short story, The Case of the Missing Bubble Gum Card. There are 25 books in all to look at on the Cozy Mystery Reader Giveaway which ends March 29th. So hurry and check them out while you can.
I will be announcing the winner of the free $25 Amazon gift card in the next week. For those who pre-ordered The Front Range Butcher be sure to let me know so I can add you to the drawing. If you haven’t ordered. I’d love it if you’d check out the book and all the others in the series. If you enjoy paperbacks, it is also available through Amazon for $15.99. If you live in the Denver area and are interested in any of my books, reach out via email and I will be glad to work out delivering a copy to you and I’ll even sign them. Each book is $10 and if you buy multiples we can work out a discount.
Time to say goodbye and get back to work. With the new book now released, my newsletters will probably be every two weeks or so, going forward. If there is anything you’d like to know more about me and my books drop me a line. I like to speak to everyone about items they enjoy hearing about. Thanks so much again for reading my work. And have a great week!!