R. N. Morris (Roger) and the start of a new historical series – Silas Quinn

Published by Severn House on 26 April, Summon Up The Blood is the first in a brand-new historical mystery series featuring decidedly unconventional turn of the century sleuth, Detective Inspector Silas Quinn.  From the publisher:

London, 1914.  A killer is at liberty in the dark alleys of the city.  The cadavers of his victims all have one thing in common: there is no blood in their bodies.  As the killer’s reign of terror continues, Scotland Yard’s Detective Inspector Silas Quinn finds his suspicions focusing on the members of an exclusive gentleman’s club…  Atmospheric and macabre, Summon Up The Blood takes the reader on a disturbing yet fascinating journey through London’s aristocratic watering holes, seedy brothels and shadowy underworld in the turbulent months leading up to World War I.

Roger is the author of the critically acclaimed Porfiry Petrovich quartet.  This new series arrives in hardback on 26 April and to tempt you, Severn House is offering the first two chapters in a pdf.  As you can see in the pic, Severn House asks you to tweet them, @severnhouse, to let them know what you think.  Do shout at them if you want the ebook immediately, as I think some of you may feel that way.  Click on the pic below to go to the download page or click on link that follows here.  To find out more about Roger’s work, find his site here and on twitter as @rnmorris.  Want the hardback asap?  Click here.

Chaps 1 & 2 – Morris – Summon up the Blood

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