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Mystery book… what is it?

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mysterybook875New indie publisher Fahrenheit Press has got some chops when it comes to book marketing. After successfully launching its first book – A Slow Death by James Craig – last month, the company has put its second book up on Amazon. Only this time, it’s been done without announcing what it is, or who it’s by. It’s safe to say it’s a crime book, but that’s all we know.

The funny thing is, people are already buying it even though the cover is under wraps, the author is listed as John Doe, and the title stated is Book Two. If you’re up for a bit of adventure and enjoy a surprise, you can pre-order the book below. The Kindle price is just £1.49 so it’s not that risky and Fahrenheit Press gives a promise not to let you down.

On the other hand, if you’re the more cautious type, come back to Crime Fiction Lover on Tuesday 20 October where we’ll have the exclusive reveal… unless, of course, there’s a twist in the plot.


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