|Local Journalist Turns Author with Highly Topical First Book|
Win a signed copy of Geri Hosier's fast-moving novel Hacked
A dead hack, a private eye on the run, a sinister billionaire. It's front page news!
Liv Paxton, whip-crack smart, earthy, funny, and newly promoted to run London’s biggest murder squad, is hunting the men who murdered the reporter at the very heart of the celebrity hacking scandal.
Her best friend, glamorous and cynical newspaper boss Louise Brighouse, reckons half the people in her contacts book had motive! But as the killers claim another victim, Liv discovers the dead man had been tortured, and by professional interrogators, before he died.
What secret story was so dangerous that it cost him his life? Liv quickly finds herself up against powerful and implacable enemies - on both sides of the law. She finds her own life on the line as she peels back the layers of deceit and treachery to unveil the most terrifying criminal conspiracy London has ever seen.
Putney resident Geri Hosier worked as a journalist for the Daily Mail, News of the World and Sunday People before deciding to become a full-time novelist with her first highly topical first book, Hacked on sale now.
“I worked on some of the most sensational tabloid newspaper stories and rubbed shoulders with editors, private eyes, crime reporters and celebs," she says, " so I’ve put all that experience into my book. I’m writing the next one, as it’s going to be a series featuring my feisty detective Liv Paxton, whose fictional home is actually in Putney."
As Geri mentioned, she is already writing the second novel in the series with plans for more! If you are not lucky enough to win a signed copy, her book is available from Amazon as an e-book for £3.08 or as a paperback for £6.99.
November 7, 2013