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Book to look out for Cold Shot by Steve Christie 

RELEASE DATE MAY 2015


Cold Shot is the second in a Scottish detective series, following the career of Detective Inspector Ronnie Buchanan as he uncovers the secrets and stories behind gruesome homicides in Scotland. This book, set in and around present day Aberdeen, is a fast paced roar through a twisting and dramatic serial murder plot that constantly challenges the reader’s perception of hero and villain. Cold Shot explores drug use, corruption, conspiracy, family bonds, degeneration of health and meticulously planned revenge. Although second in a series, Christie’s first book Good Deed and current novel Cold Shot can be read independently as stand-alone narratives.

Cold Shot sees the welcome return of DI Ronnie Buchanan in another fast paced crime romp that carries the reader along at breakneck speed, breathless but desperate to see where the next plot twist will occur and how matters will be resolved.

Cold Shot can be pre-ordered now for £9.99 +p&p. Be amongst the first to guarantee themselves a signed First Edition copy of what will turn out to be a very entertaining book.

Everyone ordering the book before the official Launch in May 2015, will receive the choice of having a signed copy posted to them in the days before the Launch, or the opportunity to have their signed copy presented in person by Steve Christie at the Launch.



To find out more about Steve Christie and his novels, you can check out his Amazon Author Page at 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Steve-Christie/e/B00926A0EY/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1425500244&sr=8-1

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