Yes, it’s here. Mrs Capper’s third adventure is up on Amazon, scheduled for release on April 29, but available right now for pre-order. For those of you who want to steal a march on the rest of the world, or at least that part of it which reads Mrs Capper’s Casebooks, it’s also available in paperback, but that’s a bit pricier.
Reaction to the first two titles, Mrs Capper’s Christmas and Death at the Wool Fair, has been favourable, and she’s already developing a fan base. I’m hoping that Blackmail at the Ballot Box will enhance her reputation further.
It’s relatively light-hearted. Most of my whodunits are, and that’s because I have a fairly light-hearted outlook on life. As I so often repeat, I’m blessed with a one-megaton sense of humour, which shows through even when I’m unwell, upon which point, I’ve been manky since Christmas.
In this third outing, Mrs C doesn’t get into politics. Like me, she believes all politicians are strangers to the plain, ungarnished truth. Her mechanically obsessed husband, Dennis, is even worse, as Christine spells out in the early part of the tale.
Nevertheless, she has to deal with politicians in this book, and during the course of the story, she is subject to threats, physically attacked, and then comes up against a situation which will alter the entire focus of her life.
I’m not going to tell you any more than that because I don’t want to give the game away, and because I enjoy taunting you.
Mrs Capper’s Casebook #3, Blackmail at the Ballot Box is exclusive to Amazon, scheduled for release on Friday, April 29, and is available for pre-order right now.
And you can find it at: mybook.to/bmb (universal link, takes you to your local Amazon site).
So what are you waiting for? Get over there and get it ordered. You know you want to.