Disposal by David Evans #CoverReveal @CarolineBookBit @DavidEwriter

Today I am delighted to be part of the cover reveal for the first book in a brand new series by David Evans. Disposal is out on the 16th of January and you can find out a bit more about it below.

DISPOSAL – David Evans

The Tendring Series #1

 

August 1976 and it seems as though the long hot summer will never end. Early morning at Clacton on the north Essex coast, a light aircraft takes off from the airstrip but struggles for height and crashes into the sea. First on the scene, Sergeant Cyril Claydon pulls the pilot’s body from the wreckage. But something else catches his eye. A bulky package wrapped in black plastic is on the passenger seat. Returning to investigate, he makes a grim discovery – another body. And so begins a series of events that puts him and others in danger as he is drawn into the investigation, having to work alongside DI ‘Dick’ Barton, a man with totally alien attitudes. Can they work together?

 

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Now doesn’t that sound intriguing? So without further ado, here it is, the cover!
Disposal - David Evans - Book Cover.jpg

Author Bio:
David Evans is a Scots-born writer who found his true love as well as his inspiration for his detective series, set primarily in Wakefield. Having written all his life, in 2012 he decided to go for it – successfully as the next year, in 2013, he was shortlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger Award.

The Wakefield Series became an International Bestseller in June 2017 with success in Canada and Australia as well as the UK. But now, whilst the Wakefield Series awaits the next instalment, David Evans has written Disposal, the first in the Tendring Series, a completely new detective series set in north Essex in the 1970s.

David Evans on Social Media

Author Website: http://www.davidevanswriter.co.uk/
Facebook Author Page: https://www.facebook.com/davidevanswriter/
Twitter: @DavidEwriter

1 thought on “Disposal by David Evans #CoverReveal @CarolineBookBit @DavidEwriter”

  1. Well just finished Disposal by David Evans and it was well worth the wait I have to say.
    It gripped me from the start and being an avid book worm many fail by the second chapter.Cant wait for the next instalment and if your still yet to read his books just trust me and treat yourself .

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