Friday, September 9, 2011

Cheat the Hangman by Gloria Ferris now available as e-book

Hi, everybody:

My paranormal mystery, Cheat the Hangman, was shortlisted for the Crime Writers of Canada Unhanged Arthur Award.

It’s now available in eBook edition at AmazonKindleStore and Smashwords for $3.99. Trade paperback and other eBook retailers coming soon.

This story will appeal to readers who enjoy a mystery with a shot of humour, a dash of romance, and a pinch of the paranormal. Please let your friends and other book lovers know about my new release by forwarding this email on to them.

Many thanks for helping me spread the news.

Gloria Ferris

About Cheat the Hangman:
After inheriting Hammersleigh House from her eccentric great-uncle Patrick, Lyris Pembrooke makes a grisly discovery in the tower room of the Georgian-style mansion―the mummified remains of a child.

To uncover the mystery, Lyris is aided by family psychic Aunt Clematis and Leander, a spirit guide with an attitude, who prefers hanging out with Winston Churchill and John Lennon. While nurturing a new relationship with Blackshore’s Chief of Police, avoiding her controlling ex-husband’s demands, hosting this year’s family reunion and engaging in a psychological battle with the mansion's butler, Lyris is taxed to her limits.

During an oppressive summer heat wave, a tear in the gossamer veil that separates past and present forces Lyris to finally accept her psychic destiny. Driven to find out who murdered little Tommy Pembrooke sixty-eight years ago, she begins a journey back in time.

""A dazzling blend of the bizarre and the domestic, horror and humour, nostalgia and intrigue… Southern Ontario Gothic at its spine-chilling, provocative, hilarious best." ―John Moss, author of Reluctant Dead
“A powerful, layered story told with clarity, pizzazz, and humour.” ―Eileen Schuh, author of Schrödinger’s Cat

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1 comment:

  1. Looks like an American soldier's helmet on the cover.


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