Two Great Books Just Got Cheaper
If you’re a fan of thrillers or dark police procedurals and looking for that fresh new author, this week gives you a great opportunity to try a new author and series without having to put much cash on the line. Taylor Stevens’ The Innocent has just come out in paperback and Leighton Gage’s Blood Of The Wicked has been brought out in reduced price.
Blood Of The Wicked is the first book in Gage’s Inspector Mario Silva series. Picture Michael Connelly’s Harry Bosch in Brazil. A tragic history forces the driven inspector to work in one the world’s most corrupt police department to find justice. Gage travels with Silva through all of San Palo’s social structure, looking at it’s politics, culture, class and history, with many glimpses of humanity and some very dark humor. At it’s new price of $9.99, this book is a bargain.
The Innocent is the second book in Taylor Stevens’ Vanessa Michael Monroe series. Munroe is an informationist, a specialist hired to find all the information, secure or not, on a given place or subject. This time she’s hired to find a girl held by a cult (a subject close to Taylor’s own experience). Taylor does a great job linking the plot and action to her fascinating character.
If you try either of these books you’ll find them worth any price.
And on a side note, a belated happy birthday to Taylor Stevens. With The Informationist and The Innocent, you’ve brought something fresh to the thriller genre.