Category: Mystery and Crime Fiction
Regular price: $0.99
Deal price: Free
Deal starts: September 18, 2023
Deal ends: September 18, 2023
Joe Grabarz is the private detective people go to when they can’t afford anyone else.But when a disfigured body washes up on Brighton beach, Joe is the only one who can identify it. Even with the face burnt and fingertips removed, he recognises his best friend.
They were inseparable as children, but they fell out ten years ago. How could his life have ended like this?
Getting answers will mean exposing local corruption, navigating the city’s dirty underbelly of legal highs, going up against powerful criminals, and facing up to his past.
Solving this murder could cost him his life."Jack Reacher meets Raymond Chandler." — Amazon Review_________________“I advise you not to start reading until the commute home, because it’s too good to put down for any length of time.” — Amazon Top 100 Reviewer“I read this in one sitting because I couldn’t put it down.” — Jessica Rachow“This book does not mess around. It grabs you from the very beginning and doesn’t let go until the very last sentence.” — Herding Cats book blog“I read it in a couple of days as I didn’t want to put it down.” — Travel to Recovery book blog“I may have found a new favourite in Brighton’s No.1. Private Detective, Joe Grabarz. I was so impressed that I moved on to the second in the series straight away.” — Reflections of a Reader book blog“Trott has laid the groundwork for what could be a really brilliant detective series. This is an easy recommendation for fans of the mystery/detective genre.” — World Geekly News“I loved this book, what a great read. A great character and an interesting story that introduces us to him.” — The Divine Write“I am totally enamored with the cunningly talented Tom Trott.” — Books & Bindings“I enjoyed reading this first in series and look forward to reading more. Tom Trott has penned a mystery that has a great plot and is well paced. It kept me engaged to the point that I was carrying my Kindle around reading it.” — Bookworms Corner“I do love a book that creeps around a town so well that you don’t need any directions when the author drags you along his windy trail of twists and turns.” — Ali the Dragon Slayer book blog“You Can’t Make Old Friends throws you right into the action from the start. The fast pace in which events and their consequences unravel keep you on the edge of your seat for the next development.” — Reviews Feed