DEADLY WIVES, AN ADALINE AND GENEVIEVE ADVENTURE IS NOW AVAILABLE FROM YOUR FAVORITE E-BOOK RETAILER

My new mystery entitled Deadly Wives, an Adaline and Genevieve Adventure is now available for you Nook from Barnes and Noble, Kobo, I-books an many other ebook retailers. As usual, kindle users may purchase my book from https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/763913 in the “mobi” format. You mad also use the above link to purchase a PDF, E-PUB, LRF, PDS, TXT and ON LINE READER. The price only $4.99.

Deadly Wives is the story of Adaline and her sister, Genevieve and how they get involved in a series of grisly murders. Not believing the official Scotland Yard detective’s theory, they take it upon themselves to bring the murderer to justice.

The shocking identity of murderer who committed the grisly murders is a surprise to everyone.

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DEADLY WIVES, AN ADALINE AND GENEVIEVE ADVENTURE IS NOW ON SALE

The first book in my new series, An Adaline and Genevieve Adventure, Deadly Wives has been published and will be available at your favorite e-book retailer within the next few days for only $4.99.

As usual all of my books are available from your favorite e-book retailer. Kindle users as usual can purchase my books in the “mobi” format for direct loading into your reader from smashwords.com search for Tony Flye.

Deadly Wives is the story of Adaline and her sister, Genevieve, living in Victorian London, are the newly wed brides of Lord Cedrick’s twin sons Addison and Garrett. Weeks later Lord Cedrick is brutally murdered in his sleep, his throat cut from ear to ear. The Scotland Yard detective sent to investigate the murder determined the murder was the result of a home invasion turned wrong.

Adaline and Genevieve disagree with the Scotland Yard detective’s theory because the detective found no evidence of forced entry into the house, no jimmied windows or doors, nothing unusual outside the house. Adaline and Genevieve theorize the killer is living in the house with them.

A short time later a maid is murdered in the same manner, also in her sleep. Then another, and then another and yet another maid all murdered with her throat slit.

The sisters’ investigation into the murders creates a problem for the Scotland Yard’s detective.

Their investigation takes them through a series of interviews with the household staff. Their talks reveals more than one staff member has a good reason to see Lord Cedrick dead Adaline and Genevieve determine if the killer is caught, it would be them who ca aught him. They know failure to catch the killer quickly will result in more maids having their throats cut.

The death toll continues to rise and Adaline and Genevieve still have absolutely no clues what so ever as to the identity of the killer until a shocked, vulnerable and bewildered witness says she saw a nude blond haired angel holding a bloody knife over the head of a dead maid. No one believed the witness; after all, an angel?

Two more murders and another more reliable witness sees a nude blond woman running away from the latest murder scene. The witness cannot identify the woman she saw hurriedly run away.

Adaline and Genevieve and their husbands catch the killer in the act of attacking two more maids, but these lucky maids survive. The identity of murderer who committed these grisly murders is a shock to everyone.

DEADLY WIVES, AN ADALINE AND GENEVIEVE ADVENTURE COVER REVEAL

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The cover for “Deadly Wives, An Adaline and Genevieve Adventure,” just came back from the designer. I think it looks outstanding and I think you will think so as well. The artwork shows the mystique of Victorian London.

The novel is now in the hands of the first editor. When she finishes, I will have some idea of the publication date and will be able to set up a pre-order program.

As usual all of my books are available from your favorite e-book retailer. Kindle users as usual can purchase my books in the “mobi” format for direct loading into your reader from smashwords.com search for Tony Flye.

Remember the best way to thank an author is to write a fair and honest review and post it to the retailer’s page where you bought my books.

Thank you for purchasing my books and I hope you enjoy my work.

DEADLY WIVES, AN ADALINE AND GENEVIEVE ADVENTURE

The following is a brief synopsis of the first in a new mystery series featuring two Victorian era sisters solving murders in 1850’s London. Look for it soon.

   “Adaline and her sister, Genevieve, living in Victorian London, marry two brothers, the twin sons of Lord Cedrick and move into their husbands’ family home. Within weeks Lord Cedrick is found dead, his throat slashed. Adaline and Genevieve decide the police are mistaken with their theory of a break in gone wrong. Within a matter of weeks, three maids are murdered, their throats also cut. The only witness claims to have seen a naked angel holding up a bloody knife. The task Adaline and Genevieve take on is finding the killer residing in their house before the killer murders again.”

DEATH IN THE MOVIES IS OUT

My brand new book Death in the Movies, A Jake Curtis / Vanessa Malone Mystery is now available at your favorite ebook retailers for $5.99. The prologue of Death in the Movies follows:

Prologue

The set quieted. The actors stood on their spots. Everyone’s breathing subdued waiting for the director about to shout, “action.” The second assistant camera stepped in front of the camera, his clapboard in hand, waiting. The director opened his mouth to shout. In the instant before he could get the words out of his mouth, the quiet set was filled with the sound of a hundred pound Klieg light crashing to the floor thirty feet below. Under the fallen light was the remains of the half crushed driver, Jerry Blackwell.

A hundred pound Klieg light falls from a light bar thirty feet above a movie sound stage, crushing Jerry Blackwell. The clamp holding the light to the light bar shows hacksaw marks. Jake and Vanessa are hired by the widow to find out what happened. The answer lies somewhere between D.C. and L.A.. How will they find our who cut the clamp and why before the case grows cold?

Kindle readers may purchase any of my books directly from smashwords.com in the “mobi” format simply by going to www.smashwords.com and search for Tony Flye.

I know you will enjoy this the seventh offering in the Jake Curtis / Vanessa Malone Mystery Series.

The best way to thank an author for their hard work, other than purchasing their books, is to leave an honest review at your favorite ebook sellers website. Thank you for purchasing my words and I hope you enjoy my books.

CHRISTMAS CONTINUES

I have thought long and hard and decided my Christmas gift to my present and future readers of a FREE copy of my first Jake Curtis / Vanessa Malone Mystery, “Death in the Primrose Hotel” should continue into the New Year.

All you have to do to download your FREE copy of my first Jake Curtis / Vanessa Malone Mystery, Death in the Primrose Hotel, from your favorite e-book retailer using any one of the links below or at Smashwords dot Com at: www.smashwords.com/books/view/467861

From Barnes & Nobel for your Nook at: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/death-in-the-primrose-hotel-a-jake-curtis-vanessa-malone-mystery-tony-flye/1120200441?ean=2940046116526

From Kobo at: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/death-in-the-primrose-hotel-a-jake-curtis-vanessa-malone-mystery

As usual Amazon Kindle users may obtain your FREE copy in the “mobi” format for your Kindle from: www.smashwords.com/books/view/467861

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Death in the Primrose Hotel, is the story of a Prohibition era skeleton discovered by Vanessa Malone on the floor behind one of the two intricately carved walnut bars in the old, long abandoned speakeasy in an unknown sub-basement beneath the Primrose Hotel.
The cast of characters include the skeptical police detective, Tom Forsythe, who didn’t believe the sub-basement speakeasy nor the secret elevator in room 607 even existed until he rode the elevator down to the speakeasy. A wizened former plumber at the hotel who knew more than he let on. A former maid at the hotel who in the course of cleaning room 607 made a startling discovery. A retired maintenance man who often drank with John Thomas. John and his brother Emmett Thomas were both in love with Mabel and fought over her. John Thomas disappeared, supposedly with a maid. Emmett then married Mabel. Did Emmett murder his brother John? That’s what the police thought at the time.
The hotel night manager knew something unusual about room 607 and something unusual about a wooden door in the basement of a dress shop at the other end of the block that should have opened into dirt. The shy, gay former kitchen scullion at the hotel witnessed what happened to the missing maid and kept this deep, dark secret all these years. Jake and Vanessa pry the truth from the man about an unfulfilled love triangle that culminated in the solving one of the seventy plus year old murders.

The investigation leads to a old woman who knows the truth about what happened and is and determined to protect her family by taking the secret with her to her grave. After days of repeated questioning, the truth is painstakingly pried from the old woman’s lips revealing who the skeleton found in the abandoned speakeasy was, who killed the skeleton and who shot Jake Curtis.

There is nothing an author loves more than a review. If you enjoyed your Christmas present, please leave a review so others may know how much you enjoyed“Death in the Primrose Hotel.”

Your Christmas present awaits you

My Christmas present for you awaits. All you have to do is download a FREE copy of my first Jake Curtis / Vanessa Malone Mystery, Death in the Primrose Hotel, from your favorite e-book retailer from anyone of the links below or Smashwords dot Com at: www.smashwords.com/books/view/467861

From Barnes & Nobel for your Nook at: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/death-in-the-primrose-hotel-a-jake-curtis-vanessa-malone-mystery-tony-flye/1120200441?ean=2940046116526

From Kobo at: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/death-in-the-primrose-hotel-a-jake-curtis-vanessa-malone-mystery

As usual Amazon Kindle users may obtain your copy in he “mobi” format for your Kindle from: www.smashwords.com/books/view/46786

Death in the Primrose Hotel, is the story of a Prohibition era skeleton discovered by Vanessa Malone on the floor behind one of the two intricately carved walnut bars in the old, long abandoned speakeasy in an unknown sub-basement beneath the Primrose Hotel.
The cast of characters include the skeptical police detective, Tom Forsythe, who didn’t believe the sub-basement speakeasy nor the secret elevator in room 607 even existed until he rode the elevator down to the speakeasy. A wizened former plumber at the hotel who knew more than he let on. A former maid at the hotel who in the course of cleaning room 607 made a startling discovery. A retired maintenance man who often drank with John Thomas. John and his brother Emmett Thomas were both in love with Mabel and fought over her. John Thomas disappeared, supposedly with a maid. Emmett then married Mabel. Did Emmett murder his brother John? That’s what the police thought at the time.
The hotel night manager knew something unusual about room 607 and something unusual about a wooden door in the basement of a dress shop at the other end of the block that should have opened into dirt. The shy, gay former kitchen scullion at the hotel witnessed what happened to the missing maid and kept this deep, dark secret all these years. Jake and Vanessa pry the truth from the man about an unfulfilled love triangle that culminated in the solving of the seventy plus year old murder.

The investigation leads to a old woman who knows the truth about what happened and is and determined to protect her family by taking the secret with her to her grave. After days of repeated questioning, the truth is painstakingly pried from the old woman’s lips revealing who the skeleton found in the abandoned speakeasy was, who killed the skeleton and who shot Jake Curtis.

There is nothing an author loves more than a review. If you enjoyed your Christmas present, please leave a review so others may know how much you enjoyed “Death in the Primrose Hotel.”

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