Introducing Leighton Gage and Chief Inspector Mario Silva…

Leighton Gage’s latest book: A Vine in the Blood.

Leighton Gage writes the Chief Inspector Mario Silva series, crime novels set in Brazil.

The New York Times called his first book, Blood of the Wicked, “top notch…controversial and entirely absorbing.”

And they called his most recent, Every Bitter Thing, “irresistible”.

His fifth, A Vine in the Blood, won’t be launched in the United States and Canada until the 27th of December: Check out the cover, and a synopsis of the story here:

http://www.randomhouse.com/book/212516/a-vine-in-the-blood-by-gage-leighton/9781616950040/

Folks in North America are going to have to wait another eight long months to read it.

But here’s some good news for those of you who live outside of the United States and Canada (and a few other places, where sales are also restricted by copyright.)

There’s a Kindle version with a different cover, but exactly the same content.

It looks like this:

Here’s a link to the book on Amazon.com.uk:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Blood-Chief-Inspector-Mario-Investigation/dp/B004WP4YT2

You can learn more Leighton and his other books here: http://www.leightongage.com

Be sure to click on the link to the blog he does with seven other writers of international mysteries. It’s a great one and, unlike his books, it’s free.

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One comment on “Introducing Leighton Gage and Chief Inspector Mario Silva…
  1. And Leighton was kind enough to let me guest post for said blog, check it out!

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