Happy ‘Cover Reveal’ day to author Jane Isaac
My thanks go out to the Aria Fiction and NetGalley teams, for including me in the launch of this book.
I am taking part in the Blog Tour for this book, on its opening day of March 19th, so why not stop by then, when author Jane Isaac visits to share a lovely Guest Post.
However, if you want to get ahead of the game and get reading, you can pre-order For Better, For Worse :-
From Amazon UK here
From Amazon US here
FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE – (DC Beth Chamberlain #2)
Stuart Ingram was once a respected local councillor…
The first time the police knocked on Gina’s door, they arrested her husband.
The second time, they accused him of child abuse.
But he died a guilty man.
This time, the police are here for Gina – to tell her that her husband is dead. Murdered, just two weeks before his trial.
Gina always stood by her husband. Even when everyone else walked away. She believed the trial would clear his name. But now Stuart is dead.
And his wife is the suspect.
It’s a race against time for DC Beth Chamberlain to uncover the truth – especially when a second man turns up dead.
Domestic noir meets police procedural in this pacy thriller.
Previously published as Presumed Guilty
Jane lives in rural Northamptonshire, UK with her detective husband (very helpful for research!), daughter and dog, Bollo.
Having no fixed idea of her calling from a young age, Jane ambled through life, fell upon a career in the civil service, made great friends, met her husband and holidayed frequently – all endless fun. But feeling there was something missing and in an attempt to fill the void, she took up numerous courses including: French, art, law, pottery, personnel management and even sign language.
The turning point for Jane, eventually came almost twenty years ago, when she and her husband took a year out to travel the world and a friend gave her a journal to keep as a present. The photos they took drew on memories but, even years later, when reading the journal, she realised the power and emotions her words could still evoke, and so began her love affair with writing.
She enrolled on a creative writing course and started writing articles for newspapers and magazines. Then she discovered fiction writing and, in 2007, embarked on her first novel, An Unfamiliar Murder, which was picked up by an American publisher.
Since then, she has never looked back!
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“I’ve always been captivated by what happens when extraordinary events touch the lives of ordinary people. For the most part, our lives are relatively untouched by the police. What happens if we are forced into such a situation? How would we react? My novels are detective fiction with a psychological edge, inspired by this fascination.”
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