OUT TODAY: Where There’s Smoke by Penny Grubb

Where There's Smoke by Penny GrubbPenny is a scientist, an academic, a trade unionist and she is also the current Chair of the Authors Licensing and Collecting Society, which is the largest writers’ organization in the world. A writer all her life, she penned her first story at age 4 and won her first writing competition at age 9. In 2004, Penny was awarded the Crime Writers’ Association’s Debut Dagger. She now lives with her husband, as well as a transient population of family members and animals, in an old farmhouse in a small East Yorkshire village. Her previous novels include Like False Money, The Doll Makers and The Jawbone Gang, all published by Robert Hale. You can find out more about Penny on her website: http://www.pennygrubb.com/


Private investigator Annie Raymond is now working in London, on a case that has suddenly turned nasty, when she’s asked to travel back to East Yorkshire for another outing with the Thompson sisters. But no one wants her there, and the man whose signature is on the paperwork is in hospital fighting for his life.

When someone gets to Barbara Thompson before Annie can clear up the confusion she realizes Barbara was playing a dangerous game. And that now it’s too late to walk away, and save herself.

The fourth outing for PI Annie Raymond sees her pick her way through a minefield of double-dealing and return to a past she thought she had left well behind.

Praise for the Author:

‘This cracking, convoluted page-turner will keep you reading long into the small hours…’ – Romance & Chills

‘[Penny] surprises, entertains, scares and satisfies in equal measure’ – Speak Without Interruption.com

‘If you haven’t read any of [these] crime novels, I urge you to do so’ – GoodReads.com

Where There’s Smoke by Penny Grubb is available to buy now with a limited time only discount of 30%

Where There's Smoke by Penny Grubb


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