Greetings to everyone,
I hope you’re all well, and maybe the leaves are turning color wherever you are.
I'd like to tell you about our four-day special double promotion for my first two books. Today through Sunday, Bailey’s Law is free on Kindle, and Blind Eye is only $0.99.
If you haven’t met Jack Bailey yet, you’re sure to root for this hard-nosed detective, who is extra busy solving crimes both in Richmond, Texas and Chicago. Both can be read as stand-alone books, but check out the series while you have the chance!
Also, I’m happy to report that my third book, A Letter from Munich, is still set to release April 2020. Although historical fiction is a new genre for me, Jack is still a featured character. How does he end up in Munich as an ex-cop? Time will tell.
Here in Houston, we’re enjoying slightly cooler weather, which we always welcome.
Do take care and stay ingood health!
My best to you, and happy reading!
“This is the first time I’ve met Jack and I want to read more about him—complex and real without being cliche. Hard to do in this genre. Lelvis outdoes herself in this
fast-paced, gripping, page-turner of a novel.
You need to check this one out!”
“...detective drama featuring Jack Bailey, a grizzled Chicago (formerly Houston) detective with more than a few personal demons. Lelvis’ prose is wonderful, and her ability to capture Bailey’s male voice and
point-of-view, once again, impresses.”