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Submitted by Claire Stibbe on December 30, 2016

Free Ebook on 2nd & 3rd January: The 9th Hour

by Admin on December 30, 2016 in

The ebook of The 9th Hour by Claire Stibbe is currently free on Amazon and is showing in the top 100 Free Kindle eBooks on Amazon, also for Mystery, Hardboiled, Mystery Thriller & Suspense. It was a finalist in the New Mexico/Arizona 2016 Book Award.

Everyone has secrets. Some more deadly than others.

When the ninth young girl falls into the clutches of a serial killer, maverick detective, David Temeke, faces a race against time to save her life.

The Duke City Police Department in Albuquerque, New Mexico is no stranger to gruesome murders, but this new serial killer on their block keeps the body parts of his eight young victims as trophies and has a worrying obsession with the number 9. The suspect is incarcerated in the state’s high security penitentiary but Unit Commander Hackett is faced with a dilemma when another teenage girl goes missing.

Detective Temeke and his new partner, Malin Santiago, are sent to solve a baffling crime in the dense forests of New Mexico’s Cimarron State Park. But time is running out. Can they unravel the mysteries of Norse legends and thwart the 9th Hour killer before he dismembers his next victim?

This unique noiresque modern detective novel is the first in the Detective Temeke Crime series.

“Tense action and complex psychological motivation is woven into a wonderfully satisfying novel.” ~ Kristin Gleeson – Author of the Celtic Knot Series

“An intense, superbly crafted reading experience. I guarantee you’ll go on reading well past the ninth hour.” ~ Jim Pingelly, Kingdom Writing Solutions

“Gripping, innovative, brutal and yet redemptive. This is crime fiction with a serrated edge and a brilliant sheen.” ~ Marco Storey, author and speaker

“An assured page-turner that leads inexorably to a satisfying conclusion. I can’t wait for Detective Temeke Book 2!” ~Jean Gill – The Troubadours Quartet