Charlie Fox is back in BAD TURN
BAD TURN explodes into action on the opening page when Charlie Fox drives – literally – into the middle of a violent attempt to kidnap Helena, wife of wealthy arms dealer, Eric Kincaid, on a quiet country road in rural New Jersey. As a result, Kincaid offers Charlie a job looking after Helena. A lucky break for Charlie? Or is there more to this than meets the eye?
Goodreads leads the way with reviews of Bad Turn...
(Click links below to read full review. Click here to read all Goodreads reviews to date.)
RachelW (BamaGal): “Good story, fantastic series, and great to see Charlie of the early books. The series shows no signs of wearing thin. If anything, it’s been revitalized and going in a new direction.”
K, Nz: “Loved it, the story flowed at breakneck speed… Trademark twists and turns, and clever turns of phrase. Charlie still has heart and principles in spite of sometimes awful odds. …Zoë Sharp is my favourite author.”
The Cats Mother: “I absolutely loved this – an adrenaline rush that starts with a bang within the first few pages and does not let up until the end… Plenty of twists, as we soon discover that all is not as it seems, and I didn’t guess the big one at all.”
Judith Baxter: “It is well known to my followers that I am a Charlie Fox fan and this book doesn’t disappoint… I thoroughly recommend it and as always, look forward to the next in the series.”
All the books in the Charlie Fox series can be read as standalones but naturally it enriches the story if you know more about the characters – BAD TURN is, after all, the 13th instalment of the series.
So, just before you read BAD TURN, this is an ideal time to read (or re-read!) FOX HUNTER and find out
• why Charlie Fox went to Iraq to investigate the grisly death of one of the men who got her ignominiously dismissed from the Army
• why Charlie quit Parker Armstrong’s protection agency
• and the truth about Sean Meyer's disappearance.
Booklist classed it "Gritty, hard-hitting, all-around outstanding crime fiction" in their coveted Starred Review.
Dancing on the Grave now in audio - and a sequel is on its way!
DANCING ON THE GRAVE has been exceptionally well received by reviewers and readers. It’s a first outing for CSI Grace McColl and DC Nick Weston, thrown together in pursuit of a killer on the loose in the English Lake District.
Ace reviewer Ted Hertel, writing in Deadly Pleasures Mystery Magazine, said:
“Creating suspense from the opening right through to the bloody denouement, Sharp knows how to keep readers turning the pages. She understands people and what drives them to act, weapons and how they work, action and how to write it… This is a straightforward, no holds barred thriller. No one writes this kind of thing better than Zoë Sharp.”
You’ve clamoured for a follow-up, I’ve listened, I’ve found the perfect Lake District setting for a sequel, and it’s now a scheduled work-in-progress. Add this page to your favourites – better still, sign up for my newsletter and ensure that you’re kept up to date.
DANCING ON THE GRAVE is published by Oakhill Publishing and available in CD Audio and MP3 download. I’m thrilled with the quality of the recording, superbly narrated by Lewis Hancock. Thirteen hours of perfect listening, all at a modest price. It's available so far at Amazon.co.uk, Audible and Apple.