Happy Publication Day Owen Mullen

I have read and reviewed this brilliant new release by Owen Mullen.

In Harms Way is a riveting domestic thriller set in Glasgow. The story is a brilliant white knuckle read and if you have not read any of his other work I would urge you to go read the three books currently available in the Charlie Cameron series – each one better than the last.

What if someone you loved was in harm’s way?  

What if you were being stalked and no one believed you?

What if you were abducted in broad daylight?

What if you were held captive in a cellar?

What would you do?

Mackenzie Crawford screamed.

 

What if your wife admitted she had a lover? 

What if she went out without saying where she was going?

What if you discovered she’d left?

What would you do?

Derek Crawford fell apart. 

 

What if a troubled woman disappeared?

What if her brother begged you to help?

What if there was no evidence of a crime?

What would you do?

In Glasgow, DI Andrew Geddes puts the case to the top of his list.

 

In Harm's Way (1)FINAL

Review

Read my review of In Harms Way here

Purchase Links

Amazon

Waterstones

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About the Author

View my Author Interview from earlier this month with Owen Mullen by clicking here.

You can connect with Owen Mullen on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and view him reading from his novels on YouTube.  He is published by Bloodhound Books and more details can be found on Amazon and Goodreads.

If the mood strikes you, please email Owen at  enquiries@owenmullen.com where is he always interested to know what you think of his work!

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