Dismal old month, January.
The weather’s awful, Christmas a distant memory, the only signs it even happened being stray pine needles in the carpet and the need to slip into elasticated waistbands for the first quarter of the year.
However, I have found an answer to the winter gloom, something to lighten the long trudge to spring –
I have become my own Santa.
As I apparently wasn’t good enough to deserve Iain Kelly’s latest book – State of Denial – from the real Santa, I thought I’d cheat and order a copy for myself.
And there it is, above (apologies, Iain, for the terrible photograph, especially as your covers are so wonderful! Did you know he designs them himself?).
I haven’t delved in yet, but anyone who read the first book, A Justified State, will share with me a need to know just what happened to beleaguered detective Danny Samson, how he’s fared living under the controlling, sinister influence of the State, especially after his earlier shenanigans.
To read more about the trilogy, pop over to Iain’s blog here.
Or just skip straight to your territory’s Amazon and buy the first two State books, links here.
3 thoughts on “Iain Kelly’s State of Denial: Santa finally comes to Bristol”
Not my genre of choice, but I like that you’re speaking out for a fellow blogger… 🙂
It is not my genre of choice either but I just finished the second one and it was every bit as good if not better than the first. You’ll enjoy it Lynn. Go ahead and order the second one.
I’m like you, Dawn. I don’t read many thrillers it much sci fi but I enjoyed the first so I’m looking forward to the serving now
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