13 year old Jamie is found dead in the Scottish highlands and DI Allan MacIntyre is asking questions. Who gave him his top of the range phone? Who lit the fire to dispose of his clothes? Two teenage boys are acting suspiciously. They have phones and games consoles hidden in their room, a connection to the mosque and a blood connection to a paedophile. Then a second fire ‘ignites’ in a bin at their school. MacIntyre is beset with his own troubles, and it’s not just juggling two women. His health is letting him down, and, at 37, it shouldn’t be. With November fireworks exploding, one of the boys lets slip there’s going to be ‘a big one’. Can Allan get a grip in time to prevent it?
White Spirit – £10 for a signed copy, direct from Carol (includes p&p, UK only)
‘…a great read with difficult subjects handled really well… an engaging story that’s much more than a detective novel’ Jacqueline Smith
The main character in White Spirit is diagnosed with a life-changing health condition during the course of the novel. Literary agents recommended Carol remove the disability element but she sees it as fundamental to it – hand in hand with a gripping plot and fascinating characters, of course! Carol is donating her author royalties to the Addison’s Disease Self-Help Group charity.
I was delighted when the ADSHG featured White Spirit in their blog and spring newsletter.
White Spirit is published by PotHole Press.
White Spirit is available for Kindle and in paperback, and is available for sale through Waterstones, Amazon and Apple iBooks store.
To read an excerpt, follow this link to the Kindle version on Amazon.