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Pretty much everyone loves Christmas. Most people who don't, love crime fiction. That tiny portion of the world who likes neither of those things can at least be assumed to love a free bargain. To bring these three categories of people together, therefore, we have decided that in the run-up to Christmas we will be offering all four of Moth Publishing's brilliant and award-winning crime novels for FREE on Amazon on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th of November. Not only that, but to get you through the Boxing Day Blues and those fifteen trays of leftovers we will be offering the same deal on the 27th and 28th of December. Fret not, folks; your festive reading is all taken care of. Click on the links below and get criminal for Christmas.

  

  • RANT, by Alfie Crow. A surreal and farcical crime caper involving an out-of-work actor, several geriatric secret agents, an accidental bank robbery and lots and lots of very big guns. Sort of Robert Rankin meets Monty Python crossed with Douglas Adams. Will cause you to giggle like a lunatic on public transport.
  • BEHIND CLOSED DOORS, by Michael Donovan. Pacey modern-day detective noir starring Private Investigator and ex-cop Eddie Flynn, complete with dry wit, rundown office and vintage sports car. Fantastically involving and enjoyable with a great cast of characters, leading to a tense finale.
  • TO CATCH A RABBIT, by Helen Cadbury. A taut and superbly-paced police procedural thriller which deftly ties two very different plot-lines together in what can only be described as an climactic bow. But one of those really satisfying bows where all the loops are the same length and you can't see any loose ends.
  • STOLEN, by Rebecca Muddiman. This one's a deceptively calm psychological thriller that revolves around a mother's desperate attempts to locate her long-lost daughter. It's a portrait of grief and determination that gives a searching look at how the media and society treat cases of child kidnap.

— November 19, 2013

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