Special offer on Josie Clark in Japan mysteries – 99p/99c each!

Don’t miss this very special limited offer! All three books in the Josie Clark in Japan murder mystery series are available for Kindle at 99p (half price) in the UK and 99c (a whopping two thirds off) in the USA.

If you like cosy mysteries and exotic locations, you’ll find the Josie Clark in Japan East-West fusion murder mystery series is right up your street. Amazon reviewers rate it 5 stars for ‘sleuthing that transcends cultural and geographical boundaries’.

Get them here:

The Cherry Blossom Murder UK Kindle | USA Kindle
The Haiku Murder UK Kindle | USA Kindle
The Bullet Train Murder UK Kindle | USA Kindle

But hurry, this offer ends soon!

You might also like The Tokyo Karaoke Murder, a Josie Clark prequel novella: USA Kindle | UK Kindle

Get all three Josie Clark ebooks at half price!

Don’t miss this very special limited offer! All three books in the Josie Clark in Japan murder mystery series are available for Kindle at 99p (half price) in the UK and 99c (a whopping two thirds off) in the USA.

It’s a very special summer offer and it only lasts a few days so make sure you don’t miss out!

If you like cosy mysteries and exotic locations, you’ll find the Josie Clark in Japan East-West fusion murder mystery series is right up your street. Amazon reviewers rate it 5 stars for ‘sleuthing that transcends cultural and geographical boundaries’.

Get them here:

The Cherry Blossom Murder UK Kindle | USA Kindle
The Haiku Murder UK Kindle | USA Kindle
The Bullet Train Murder UK Kindle | USA Kindle

But move fast, this offer won’t last long!

You might also like The Tokyo Karaoke Murder, a Josie Clark prequel novella: USA Kindle | UK Kindle

 

Have you read them all?

Four booksFascinated by Japan? Like a good whodunnit? Try the Josie Clark in Japan East-West fusion murder mystery series – just £1.99 each ($2.99 in the USA).

The Tokyo Karaoke Murder (a Josie Clark pocket mystery)

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An evening of karaoke turns out really badly for expat Londoner Josie Clark as she’s accused of murder and theft on an innocent night out in Tokyo. She’s got just an hour to work out who the real killer is before the police arrive. Can she do it? Can you?

Buy it on Amazon UK or Amazon USA

The Cherry Blossom Murder

dfw-fp-tcbm-cover-thumbBehind the scenes a killer is lurking!

Josie’s got a new life in Tokyo: great job, Japanese boyfriend and fun weekends with her friends in glamorous actress Tammy’s fan club. Until she stumbles across a body under the cherry blossom and finds herself heading backstage at Japan’s unique and spectacular Takarazuka Revue to expose a murderer and save a priceless treasure.

Buy it on Amazon UK or Amazon USA

The Haiku Murder

dfw-fp-thm-cover-thumbWho’d have thought poetry could be so dangerous!

A haiku-writing trip turns to tragedy when a charismatic financier falls from the top of Matsuyama castle. But was he pushed? And what happened to his missing bag and its mysteriously valuable contents? Josie needs to find the answers fast, before more people die.

Buy it on Amazon UK or Amazon USA

The Bullet Train Murder

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High speed sleuthing on a speeding train!

Josie hopes her transfer to Osaka will give her career a boost. But when a colleague is found stabbed to death on Japan’s famous bullet train she’s forced to take a fresh look at her fellow workers. One of them is a murderer – but which one?

Buy it on Amazon UK or Amazon USA

 

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It’s here! The Bullet Train Murder is out today!

The Bullet Train Murder

The latest book in the Josie Clark in Japan mystery series is out now!

When a body’s found on Japan’s famous bullet train it’s got nothing to do with Josie Clark. Or has it?

Tokyo-based expat Londoner Josie Clark hopes her transfer to Osaka will give her career a boost, even though it means commuting weekly on the bullet train. But when a colleague is found stabbed to death on the train she’s forced to take a fresh look at her fellow workers. One of them is a murderer – but which one?

High speed sleuthing on a speeding train!

Praise for the Josie Clark in Japan mystery series:

Lush imagery captures Japan’s bustling cities and restful countryside… believably crafted characters, a fast pace, and clean prose. – Publishers Weekly

Buy the ebook now at Amazon UK and Amazon USA. Or get the paperback at Amazon UK and Amazon USA.

The Bullet Train Murder launches 16 May!

The Bullet Train Murder

The latest book in the Josie Clark in Japan mystery series will be published on 16th May!

When a body’s found on Japan’s famous bullet train it’s got nothing to do with Josie Clark. Or has it?

Tokyo-based expat Londoner Josie Clark hopes her transfer to Osaka will give her career a boost, even though it means commuting weekly on the bullet train. But when a colleague is found stabbed to death on the train she’s forced to take a fresh look at her fellow workers. One of them is a murderer – but which one?

High speed sleuthing on a speeding train!

Praise for the Josie Clark in Japan mystery series:

Lush imagery captures Japan’s bustling cities and restful countryside… believably crafted characters, a fast pace, and clean prose. – Publishers Weekly

Pre-order the ebook now at Amazon UK and Amazon USA. Print version launches 16th May!

A Puzzle Mystery Short Read – only 99p!

The Tokyo Karaoke MurderLooking for a short read to give you a break from Christmas shopping? Something to revitalise your brain that you can finish on the train home? How about The Tokyo Karaoke Murder? It’s a classic puzzle whodunnit in the Golden Age tradition which challenges you to solve a murder in under an hour. Pit your wits against expat sleuth Josie Clark as she unmasks the killer on a karaoke night out. 99c on Amazon US or 99p on Amazon UK.

Guest Post: Laxmi Hariharan, author of The First Life of Vikram Roy

The First Life of Vikram RoyLaxmi Hariharan writes kick-ass dystopian YA novels set in Bombay. I can’t wait for her new book, The First Life of Vikram Roy, the latest in the award-winning Ruby Iyer series, to come out on 20th October. In the meantime, here’s a guest post from her about the book and her commitment to supporting Syrian refugee children. Continue reading

Summer reading special offer

cherry blossom and haikuThere’s nothing like a nice murder story on your Kindle to take on holiday with you. So I’ve dropped the price of my two East-West fusion murder mysteries about an expat Londoner solving crime in Japan. The Cherry Blossom Murder and The Haiku Murder ebooks are now £1.99 each on Amazon. Enjoy!

Praise for the Josie Clark in Japan mystery series

Lush imagery captures Japan’s bustling cities and restful countryside… believably crafted characters, a fast pace, and clean prose.‘ Publishers Weekly

Special offer – get The Cherry Blossom Murder for only 99c/99p

The Cherry Blossom MurderEast-West fusion murder mystery The Cherry Blossom Murder ebook is on special offer from today until Monday, reduced from $2.99 to 99c on Amazon USA and from £2.21 to 99p on Amazon UK.

‘Rich symbolism and psychologically valid motivations drive this tense adventure of misdirection and murder most foul…believably crafted characters, a fast pace, and clean prose’ – Publishers Weekly

A fast paced read…rather like a grown up Nancy Drew. I read the book in one sitting and would recommend it to anyone who wants to indulge in the world of mystery set in the East.’ Amazon Reviewer

An entertaining murder mystery that takes you backstage at Japan’s spectacular Takarazuka Revue, as British amateur sleuth Josie fights to expose a murderer, save a priceless treasure and sort out her tangled love life.

Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award 2014 Quarter Finalist 

This week in London…Roman Signer’s Slow Movement

This week in London I saw Swiss artist Roman Signer’s Slow Movement  at the Barbican, a new installation using the kayak, a longstanding symbol and form in his work.

A kayak navigates the 90-metre long Curve gallery as if moving through a canal.

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Other kayaks appear in unexpected places.

Roman Signer

Roman Signer

The exhibition ends 31 May.