Coming soon.. the fab new dark psychological thriller In Harm’s Way by Owen Mullen. Today I’ve got for you a sneak preview… Listen to what the author has to say!

| The Book |

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 there was no evidence of a crime?
What if her brother begged you to help?
What would you do?

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

What if this was only the beginning?

| Owen Mullen about… In Harm’s Way |

About the Author |

Owen Mullen Author Image

When he was ten, Owen Mullen won a short story competition and didn’t write anything else for almost forty years. In between he graduated from Strathclyde University with a Masters in Tourism and a degree in Marketing, moved to London, led a life full of travelling and worked as a rock musician, session singer and songwriter, he had a hit record in Japan with a band he refuses to name; on occasion he still performs. He returned to Scotland to run a management consultancy and a marketing agency.

A gregarious recluse, he and his wife, Christine, split their time between Glasgow – where the Charlie Cameron books are set – and their villa in the Greek Islands. The first story he wrote after all those years he classifies as “bloody terrible“. Nevertheless, he kept going. And with success. His moral: “find something you’re good at and stick with it. 

| Book Info |

‘In Harm’s Way’ is available at Amazon: getbook.at/InHarmsWay

Pages 252
 Publisher Bloodhound Books (16 Oct. 2018)
ISBN (paperback) 978-1912604814
ASIN (ebook) B

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