Well, I did it. Some authors claim to write three or four books a year but it took me well over a year and half – two years, perhaps – to write Broken Alibi, the fourth book in The Trials of Sarah Newby series of legal thrillers.
I guess it’s because I make the plots so complicated – there are three major strands in this one, and many scenes which were rewritten dozen times, as well as several longish chapters which were deleted altogether. But it works, I think – it’s at least as good as the books before it, and possibly better. That’s what several advance reviewers have said, anyway, and who am I to disagree?
“The best one so far!” Jonathan Sandford
“The author is going from strength to strength. In my opinion the characters are getting stronger and even more multi-dimensional with every book.” Elizabeth Kunze
“Even better than those written by Peter James! Highly recommended.” Paul Graham Brazendale
“Of all the Sarah Newby books this one is the best ever.” Les MacMahon.
“Suicide, murder? Get yourself into this series as fast as you can!” Loreen Lindsey.
Are they right? Click on the link or the cover, and judge for yourself!