On 14th June, Fahrenheit Press are publishing a Limited Edition Hardback of A Savage Art.
Take a look at the design – it leaves me breathless. It’s based on a William Morris textile print and although there’s no hint of erotica it’s deliciously sexy.
I can’t wait to get my paws on a copy – and also Derek Farrell’s Death of a Diva and Jo Perry’s Dead is Better
Take a look here on the Fahrenheit Editions page
Give in to temptation – you won’t be disappointed. Of course if you’re not tempted by collectible hardbacks, you can also buy the ebook or paperback versions because the content is pure gold.
Derek’s novel was the first book I was able to read when I was stuck in hospital two years ago. I even had to set aside the Stephen King and Sharon Bolton novels because they could not keep my attention. Death of a Diva kept me engrossed and even made me laugh and also intrigued and surprised me in one of my worst weeks ever. Jo’s novel, Dead is Better, is unique. It’s dark and funny and cynical and it has a dog! Who can resist a novel with a ghost dog? I am seriously proud of being in such good company.
Clearly I am biased here, but there’s a lot of great fiction available from Fahrenheit. I’m gradually reading my way through the list – although it’s getting hard to keep up. If you love reading crime, do consider signing up for the Patreon.
Yes, I’m shamelessly biased, and I don’t care. So there.