Free download of financial crime novel

Some of you may know that my obsession with financial crime spreads into my personal life, and that my hobby is writing historical financial crime novels.  My first series is narrated by a magistrates’ constable in London in the 1820s, and the first in this series is called “Fatal Forgery” – and it’s all about bank fraud.

As my little contribution to battling the corona boredom blues, from now until Thursday I am offering the e-book of “Fatal Forgery” as a free download on Amazon.  (That’s an international link, so it should take you to your relevant Amazon site, wherever you are.)  The plot is guaranteed free of plague, contagion, lurgy, virus or pox, so it’s perfect escapist reading – and with the financial element, it might even count as CPD!

And please: tell all your friends and family – the more the merrier.  It could be the ideal book for a virtual book-club, and everyone can get it for free!

Happy reading, everyone, and keep safe and well.

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6 Responses to Free download of financial crime novel

  1. Lorna Paterson says:

    Thank you, I’ve downloaded and look forward to reading it 👍 I’ll also share the link

  2. Diane Riebeseel says:

    Thanks Susan – appreciate the freebee…I love a good murder mystery and your blog! 🙂
    However, I don’t know if all these murder mysteries are a good thing when I am confined in a house with my husband who seems to like to talk as soon as I get back to my work computer – ha!
    Hope you and your husband and family are all safe and sound (and hope your stock of Jaffa’s will last for the quarantine 🙂
    Diane

    • Ha! I hope you enjoy the book, Diane – apparently people are going mad for dystopian fiction and books about plagues, which seems mad to me. I’m desperate for escapism – with plenty of Jaffa Cakes!

  3. patersonloarn says:

    I really enjoyed the story and have reviewed it on Amazon. My book blogging name is Paterson Loarn.

    • I thought that might be you – thank you so much for the review. As you say, truth is almost always stranger than fiction! I hope I have whetted your appetite enough for you to carry on with the Sam Plank series…

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