I am really happy to show you the fantabulous new cover for my good friend Clare Davidson’s new book, Reaper’s Rhythm!
I love the layering of textures, the sense of movement, and a hint at what’s to come.
When everyone thinks your sister committed suicide, it’s hard to prove she was murdered.
Kim is unable to accept Charley’s sudden death. Crippled by an unnatural amnesia, her questions are met with wall after wall. As she doubts her sanity, she realises her investigation is putting those around her in danger.
The only person who seems to know anything is Matthew, an elusive stranger who would rather vanish than talk. Despite his friendly smile, Kim isn’t sure she can trust him. But if she wants to protect her family from further danger, Kim must work with Matthew to discover how Charley died – before it’s too late.
Clare Kindly gave me an eARC copy which I will be reviewing at a later date, for now though, I’ll just say I would strongly recommend this book!
Reaper’s Rythm will be available to download on the 26th of July. I’ll be picking up a copy!
Clare Davidson is an independent writer, based in Lancaster. Clare is a high school teacher, mother and character-driven fantasy writer. Clare was born in Northampton and lived in Malaysia for four and a half years as a child, before returning to the UK to settle in Leeds with her family. Whilst attending Lancaster University, Clare met her future husband and never left. They now share their lives with their young daughter, a cranky grey cat and an insane white kitten.
She published her first novel, Trinity in July 2012. Trinity is a young adult, fantasy novel, which currently has seventeen five star reviews on Amazon UK.
Her second novel, Reaper’s Rhythm, is due to be released on the 26th July 2013. Also aimed at a young adult audience, Reaper’s Rhythm is an urban fantasy with a dash of mystery.
Ways to connect with Clare Davidson:
New releases mailing list: http://eepurl.com/zpjGf
And because it’s pretty… here’s the back of the paperback 🙂
Thanks for reading!
Clare Davidson said:
Ruth Ellen Parlour said:
You’re very welcome Clare! Can’t wait to see the tote bags 🙂
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