Car Hacker – out today!

If you're in Amy Lane withdrawal, I have the perfect antidote: Car Hacker! Book #2.5 in The Amy Lane Mysteries Bored of being stuck at home while Amy recovers, Jason leaps at the chance to investigate a carjacking at his mate Dylan’s garage. Little does he know that the “mystery” has been entirely concocted by Amy, eager to remove him from the house to prepare for a surprise birthday dinner. However, Jason is always a trouble magnet and, when he stumbles upon a real carjacking gang, Amy, Bryn and Cerys must once more get him out of hot water – and home in time for tea. Car Hacker is an 11,000-word short story set after Code Runner, so there are references to events in Book 2. It is exclusively available to subscribers of The Amy Lane Mysteries newsletter, delivered to inboxes this morning. Here's an excerpt to whet your appetite: Amy’s leg had been in plaster for thirty-three days and Jason had felt every one...
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Code Runner – read the first three chapters!

With only TWO MONTHS to go until the launch of Code Runner and our first exciting review, it's time to share the first three chapters of the second thrilling installment in The Amy Lane Mysteries. It begins on St Mary's Street in Cardiff... Chapter 1: Overheard in Cardiff DS Rich Porter was sick to death of Cardiff. What was supposed to be a capital city was a soggy little nothing town—no prospects of promotion, no chance to shine. He wished he’d realised that before he’d accepted the transfer, but the Met had been all abuzz with their work on a serial killer case and he’d been enthralled by the manhunt, the digital forensics, the cutting-edge police work. But what he’d found was a bunch of past-it detectives who had blundered through the investigation and only found the bloke because of some nerdy girl with a computer and her criminal sidekick. It was a sham from start to finish and now he had their useless unit...
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Binary Witness Photo #2: Brains bridge

it's Brains you want! The cameras grew sparser away from the city centre and Amy struggled to follow her. Melody crossed roads haphazardly before finally disappearing under the Brains bridge towards the Bay. Amy frantically searched her camera database, but the next set she had was in the Bay proper or much farther along the Taff. Photography by Amy Davies. Like what you see? Read the book! You can buy Binary Witness at the following retailers: Carina Press | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iBooks | Google Play Add to Goodreads | Read an Excerpt...
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