Tag: <span>Driven</span>

It’s Launch Day for The Tower Hill Terror!

Hi, folks! Dane here, and today is an exciting day for me because it’s the launch day for my new book, The Tower Hill Terror!

The Tower Hill Terror is the second book in the Leipfold series and the sequel to Driven, although it can be read as a standalone as well and so don’t worry if you haven’t got to it yet. Besides, there’s still time!

Here’s the blurb and cover:

Unorthodox PI James Leipfold and his technophile assistant Maile O’Hara are back with a brand new case…

The Tower Hill Terror is on the loose, a serial killer with a grisly M.O., and Maile and Leipfold must work fast to take him down before another body is found. But while the duo are chasing clues on social networking sites and the police are waiting for forensics, the Terror sends a message to the journalists at the Tribune. A message written in blood.

Can Leipfold, Maile and Cholmondeley catch the killer before it’s too late? Or will the Tower Hill Terror claim one final, familiar victim?

The Tower Hill Terror is published by Encircle Publications and is out now in paperback and ebook formats from all major outlets, including Amazon. Click here to get your copy.

In the meantime, thanks as always for all of your support and be sure to give me a follow on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for more. You can also click here to check out my books on Amazon. I’ll see you soon!


Cover Reveal and Launch Announcement: The Tower Hill Terror

Hi, folks! Dane here again, and today I wanted to let you know about some exciting new book news! That’s because it’s cover reveal day today for my upcoming book, The Tower Hill Terror!

Originally titled Netflix and Kill, we had to change the title for copyright/trademark reasons. It’s the second book in the Leipfold series and the sequel to Driven, and it’s due for release on Friday 10th April 2020.

Here’s the cover and the blurb:

Unorthodox PI James Leipfold and his technophile assistant Maile O’Hara are back with a brand new case…

The Tower Hill Terror is on the loose, a serial killer with a grisly M.O., and Maile and Leipfold must work fast to take him down before another body is found. But while the duo are chasing clues on social networking sites and the police are waiting for forensics, the Terror sends a message to the journalists at the Tribune. A message written in blood.

Can Leipfold, Maile and Cholmondeley catch the killer before it’s too late? Or will the Tower Hill Terror claim one final, familiar victim?

So as always, be sure to follow me on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram for further updates and feel free to check out some of my books on Amazon. I’ll see you soon!


The Arts Show on Wycombe Sound!

Hi, folks! Dane here, and today I have a little bit of news for you. There’s actually a lot of stuff happening behind the scenes at the moment and I can’t tell you about all of it (not yet at least), but there are a few things I can let you know about.

There’s also some stuff that I can kind of hint at. For example, I’ve already revealed that I’ll be releasing a new book in the coming months. Called The Tower Hill Terror (and formerly called Netflix and Kill), it’s the sequel to Driven and the second book in the Leipfold series of detective novels. I’ve now seen the cover design and it looks pretty cool, so I’m looking forward to sharing that with you sometime soon.

But today, I want to talk about the Arts Show. Wycombe Sound is my local community radio station, and I’ve already appeared on it a number of times as a guest on Planet Clare, where I appeared once per month to talk about books.

Clare suggested that I should pitch my own show, and so I did. Now, after a bunch of training sessions and a ton of work behind the scenes, I’ve been offered a show!

Called The Arts Show, it’ll run on Wycombe Sound online and on air at 106.6 FM and wycombesound.org.uk It’s on from 7 PM to 8 PM on Tuesday nights starting a twelve week run from March 24th.

I’ll be posting about it some more in the coming weeks and also setting up a Facebook page, so keep your eyes peeled for that. I’ve also been confirming guests and building up a library of local music, and so that’s been happening too.

All in all then, it’s a pretty exciting time with a lot of stuff happening, and I look forward to giving you further updates in the coming weeks. Be sure to follow me on Facebook and Twitter for more. See you soon!