It’s launch day – Gone To Ground has broken cover!

The preorders have been delivered, the paperback proof inspected, the book sample downloaded and checked, and I’m delighted (and somewhat relieved) to announce that Gone To Ground is officially launched!

Gone To Ground is book 3 in the Maisie Frobisher Mysteries series, which I’d class as adventure mystery. Join Maisie in 1890s India for mystery, intrigue, and some rather surprising weapons…

The book is available in ebook, paperback, and also via Kindle Unlimited, and you can read the first chapters in the free book preview – see the link at the bottom of the page.

See Gone To Ground on Amazon (opens in a new window)


Here’s the blurb:

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A bird in the hand…

Maisie Frobisher and Inspector Hamilton are planning a triumphant return to England; but when the Viceroy of India says no, that’s that.

Inspector Hamilton is chained to his desk trying to uncover the network of operatives who are sowing discord through leaked information. Maisie, resenting the Viceroy’s intervention, refuses to help. However, a mysterious stranger turns out to be a face from Maisie’s recent past who holds a key to the mystery. And she will only speak through Maisie…

Leopard is still at large, in the hope that he will lead to bigger cats still, but Inspector Hamilton envies Maisie her position at the centre of the drama. And amongst the small talk, an ally is murdered…

Now, with the network seeming to grow stronger by the minute, Maisie and the Inspector must put aside their feelings and even their loyalties to get at the truth behind the smokescreen of lies.

Gone To Ground is the third book in the Maisie Frobisher Mysteries series, set in the mid-1890s.


If you do pick up a copy, I hope you enjoy it!

Check out the book on Amazon

Read the first chapters of the book for free

Add Gone To Ground to your Goodreads to-read list

 

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