Wow! Not one, but three cover reveals this week, as Aria Fiction launches the great new trilogy, ‘The Working Girls’, by author Heather Burnside.
The action all begins today with The Mark and continues on Wednesday 27th February 2019…
I downloaded my copy from the lovely folks at NetGalley today, however you can also pre-order this one from Amazon …
For those of you in the UK, you can pre-order from Amazon here
For those of you in the US, you can pre-order from Amazon here
THE MARK – (‘The Working Girls’ series – book #1)
A TRIP TO THE DARK SIDE.
When respected journalist, Maddy, goes to interview prostitutes in a rundown Manchester pub, she doesn’t reckon on attracting the attention of their ruthless pimp, Gilly. He quickly decides to use Maddy for his own gains; he just needs to work out how.
A TOXIC AFFAIR.
In the weeks that follow, Maddy is oblivious to Gilly’s growing obsession with her, particularly when she begins a romance with successful businessman, Aaron. Their passionate love affair starts to dominate her life, and she finds herself losing control and alienating the people around her.
A TARGET ON HER BACK.
As Maddy’s safe and successful life starts to crumble around her, she must quickly work out who has it in for her, before it’s too late…
During the 1990s the estate became the headquarters for one of Manchester’s predominant gangs. It regularly featured in the local press due to shootings and drug-related problems. Heather draws heavily on this background as the setting for many of her novels.
After taking a career break to raise two children Heather enrolled on a creative writing course. During that time she had many articles published in well-known magazines and went on to run a writing services business before focusing on her novels.
Heather now works full-time on her novels from her home in Manchester which she shares with her two grown-up children.
Heather has a lovely website where you can keep up with all her news
You can follow Heather on Twitter
You can also check in with Heather on Facebook
“I am very excited to announce my new series of books called, The Working Girls. As the title suggests, it centres around the world of prostitution. The idea for the series started when I watched a police detective series many years ago. In one particular episode the female detective was interviewing prostitutes in a seedy pub where she seemed completely out of place in her smart suit and with her refined middle-class accent. I remember thinking how gutsy she was to do that and that she might be leaving herself open to all sorts of danger. This gave me the idea for the first book but I replaced the police detective with my journalist, Maddy.”