What does it take to commit the perfect crime?
Delve into these dark and twisted tales by twenty USA Today and International Bestselling Authors. No matter what kind of crime story typically catch your imagination, there sure is something for everyone.
Conspiracies, political plots, and yes, even murder, are just a few of the crimes waiting inside this box set.
Discover a narcissistic grandmother running an underground syndicate, or a support group bent on murder…and even a serial killer who turns his victims into fairytale creatures.
Prepare to delve into an elite killing team who made a mistake, an oil rig filled with secrets ready to explode and a reporter uncovering a treasonous plot.
Uncover how fatal passion, jealousy and fear can be to a group of royal marines and learn from a detective who is far from home fighting demons from his past in order to stay alive.
Can you figure out how the police solve a killer’s confession to nine murders that haven’t happened yet? or how a girl tethered to the heart of a serial killer becomes the FBI’s no 1 ally.
This box set is packed with thousands of pages that will hold you on the edge of your seat, crying for answers. Definitely a must for fans of Patterson, Lee, and Grisham. One-click it today!
AUTHOR LINE UP:
Judith Lucci – USA TODAY AND WSJ BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Carlyle Labuschagne – USA TODAY
Eva Winters – USA TODAY
Lena Bourne – USA TODAY
Karen M. Bryson – USA TODAY
Inge – Lise Goss – USA Today
Karen Randau – Award Winning Author
Eric J. Gates – Award Winning Author
Deborah Shlian & Linda Reid – International Bestselling Author
Sian B. Claven – Award Winning author
Majanka Verstraete – International Bestselling Author
Thomas J. Eyre
BUT WAIT THERE IS MORE….
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Do you like to create books for adults?
Yes, of course. Adults choose their own niche; each person has his/her own quirk and that is part of the challenge to write a gripping story for an adult to read my book.
What do you think makes a good story?
I suppose it all depends on the niche market that the author writes in, as well as the story angle and character development. But, from my experience, a great story is told with detail, needs intrigue and a genuine flair.
As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up?
Most authors say this, but I always wanted to become an author. But, it was never a possibility until the Indie Revolution birthed a whole new world for authors.
When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
I was about 6 years old when I wrote my first short story. It was fun and I was in control of everything, it was my story and I thought it would be fun to do it for the rest of my life. Back then, I didn’t even realise that authors get paid to write stories. I just thought it would be fun.
How long does it take you to write a book?
Wow, that depends on a lot of things. I am a mother, so I tend to my flock first before I can even contemplate to write anything for the day. My fantasy novels take up to 6 months to write, to develop takes almost a year. The romantic crime dramas are novella’s and the second one is part of this boxset so it took me about 4 months to write and about a month to edit.
What is your work schedule like when you’re writing?
After everyone left the house, my routine starts at 08:30 am. From 08:30 – 09:30 I would do some admin. We also run a farming business so that is part of the admin. I read some emails, make a list of what I need to do for the day. From 09:30 – 10:30 I hit the gym. Then I do some freelance work for about 2 hours, market or blog for an hour and then pick up the kids. When I write and plot, it is usually in the evening, when everyone is fast asleep. This happens between 20:00 – 24:00.
What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?
Music and coffee. I also need silence when I write. When I plot I’m not too bothered by noise. I also do writing sprints from 20 – 25 min at a time, only 5- 10 min rest in between.
Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?
Well, mostly I use current events in the world, stories from other people told through tragedy and add a glimmer of hope to it, or inspiration from songs, novels or tv shows. Sometimes I link some personal experience into the plot as well. But, I create some characteristics built into my characters’ persona that would represent someone from my past. But not always.
When did you write your first book and how old were you?
I was 6 years old.
What do you like to do when you’re not writing?
I am an outdoors person, a social creature. So, I spend time with my family, play guitar, listen to music, cook, exercise, travel and play board games with my kids. I also indulge myself into art as often as I can. Currently, it’s on the level of a 6-year-old.
What does your family think of your writing?
As soon as it became my occupation, I decided to keep it professional and don’t discuss it with them.
What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books?
It’s hard work. Excruciating work. Patience really becomes a virtue or a thorn in the flesh. To work in a team is pivotal to create a great book. And, it takes as long as it takes. Marketing? Well, that part I’m still tackling.
How many books have you written? Which is your favourite?
I started out as a children’s author and I still write children’s books under a pen name. So, I’ve got 2 children’s books out, translated into 3 languages, another 3 coming in the course of the year. Then I released a fantasy YA book, book 1 from Tribe of Lion and book 2 will be released in June 2020. A romantic crime drama released in April 2020 and then the book for this boxset, which is also a romantic crime drama to be released in Oct 2020. My favourite one is the Fantasy YA novel, The Tribe of Lion.