So far, so good! #fingerscrossed
Couldn’t resist dropping you a quick email to thank everyone who preordered copies of the brand new standalone crime thriller, DANCING ON THE GRAVE, my take on the Washington Sniper story but set in the English Lake District, which came out last weekend.
So far, the responses have been very encouraging, with a great review from Ted Hertel Jr coming out soon in Deadly Pleasures Mystery Magazine: “Zoë Sharp, author of the outstanding Charlie Fox series, is one of the best, and most underrated, thriller writers around. This book proves that she should be better known. Creating suspense from the opening line right through to the novel’s 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.” Read the full review here.
And praise indeed from Mike Ripley in his Getting Away With Murder column for Shots Crime & Thriller eZine: “Zoë Sharp…has shown that writing tough, action-packed thrillers is no longer exclusively a boys’ club.”
Linda Wilson of Crime Review UK said: “A thriller that delivers on all levels. I found it impossible to walk away until I knew the end of the story.”
If you haven’t yet read DANCING ON THE GRAVE, you can check out an excerpt from the story here.