Today I’m pleased to be taking part in the cover reveal for The Woman Who Knew Faces – and what a fantastic cover it is! My post is written with thanks to Zoe O’Farrell and the team at Question Mark Press for inviting me to join the cover reveal.
One tenacious cop. One amazing artist.
There’s a big operation underway and DS Karen Thorpe is feeling left out.
Then she meets Emma, with the talent of memorising faces, and Karen’s reenergised with her potential crime-solving contribution.
But she’s not the only one.
A body turns up. Karen’s finally called up to work with the Met on the operation.
But Emma’s gone missing.
Is it connected? Where is she? Who can she trust?
It’s a race against time as the new team try to catch a major crime ring before they can carry out their horrific activities.
About the Author:
Jane writes novels, short stories and poems, usually with a good dose of humour in them. She’s probably owes it all to her late grandmother who, she’s just found out, also wrote short stories and poems. She tends to get an idea and then run with it whether it be a 100 word short story or an 80 thousand word novel. It all depends on the voices in her head at the time…
You can follow Jane on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Goodreads.
You can preorder The Woman Who Knew Faces from Amazon ready for publication day on 30th March.