Uncommon Cruelty by Liz Mistry #CoverReveal @Bloodhoundbook @LizCrimeWarp

Have I got a cover reveal for you today! I just happen to have an EXCLUSIVE look at the cover for Uncommon Cruelty by Liz Mistry! I know I can hardly contain myself either! You will know what I am talking about, if like me you are a huge Gus McGuire fan. This is the fourth book in the fabulous series and will be published by Bloodhound Books on the 14th of April 2018.

Bet you want to know more about it as well? Thought you might. So without further ado here is the all important book blurb.

DI Gus McGuire and his team are called in to investigate the disappearance of a teenage boy after his parents return from a weekend away, to find their home trashed and their son missing.

But that is just the beginning.   

As the investigation unfolds, Gus must discover what links a violent bikers’ gang, a Muslim youth group and a fundamentalist American based Christian church. 

Alongside this, two cases from the past come back to haunt DI Gus McGuire and his DS, Alice Cooper.

Gus has a lot to juggle, but will he cope?

Uncommon Cruelty is the fourth in the DI Gus McGuire series set in Bradford West Yorkshire and is a gritty, Northern Noir read.

How good does that sound? I literally can not wait to get my hands on a copy so I can have a read. Sounds like Gus has plenty to deal with and looks like the author will be taking us on yet another gripping roller coaster ride of a read.

For NetGalley members, the book is also available to request NOW! Click here.

Don’t worry, I won’t keep you hanging on any further as I know it’s the cover you have come to see. So without further ado, here it is. Ta dah!!!!

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Woohoo! What a fabulously dark cover it is too. Carry on below to find out more about the author and how you can follow her on social media as well as the date of the blog blitz that will kick off on publication day.

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Liz writes crime fiction books set in Bradford, West Yorkshire. The DI Gus McGuire series is gritty Northern noir with a bit of Scottish thrown in.  She is currently researching for a Ph. D in creative writing at Leeds Trinity University. As part of her Ph.D she is researching how the teen killer’s voice is portrayed in the adult crime fiction novel with specific reference to the influence of  teen social media usage, with a view to writing a crime fiction novel around these issues.

Liz also teaches creative writing, specialising in crime fiction and is a regular panellist at literary festivals throughout the UK.  She enjoys reading her work at Open Mic and Noir at the Bar events. She was chosen to be one of the spotlighted authors at the Bloody Scotland crime writing festival in 2016.  She is the lead blogger for the well renowned crime fiction blog The Crime warp which reviews contemporary, mainly UK based, crime fiction, comments on current issues around the genre and creative writing in general and interviews authors on a regular basis.

She is available to comment on current issues around creative writing in general and crime fiction in particular and to speak at local and national festivals and conferences

She is contactable on:

Facebook: @LizMistrybooks

Email: LizMistryAuthor@yahoo.com

Twitter: @LizCrimeWarp

Blog: https://thecrimewarp.blogspot.co.uk/

Website: https://lizmistrycrimewriter.wordpress.com/

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About Sarah Hardyhttps://bytheletterbookreviews.wordpress.comI'm Sarah, I'm self employed and in my spare time I love to read. Due to my love of reading I thought I would set up a blog to share with people my thoughts on the books i've read.

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