Kindle Version Just out today! Paperback out in week or so.
The Kindle version of A Common Evil – A Bailey Crane Mystery came earlier than expected. The paperback will be available in a week or so. The link for the Kindle version is goo.gl/5PsAie . One beta reader has given me a 5-Star review which should be published on Amazon US and UK shortly. Other reviews are coming in and will be posted as soon as received. Any other reader reviews are most welcome.
Thanks to everyone who responded to my last post query regarding a book cover. The cover shown here is obviously the first choice.
Amazon Kindle – goo.gl/5PsAie – gives the reader a few pages of the book to preview, and, superfluously, it’s my hope you will want to read the entire novel.
JUST ONE LAST NOTE: my next post on JULY 3, 2014 will feature an interview with Eden Baylee with some Q and A about her life and her new novel, Stranger at Sunset – I think you will enjoy the post, so see you there.
Thanks so much to all the great followers of my blog for your good support…all my very best wishes.
Billy Ray Chitwood – June 29, 2014
12 thoughts on “A Common Evil – A Bailey Crane Mystery”
Fantastic and congratulations, Billy Ray! 😀
Thanks, Dianne. All the best.
Looks great, Billy! I’m sure it’s a wonderful feeling. 🙂
Billy Ray Chitwood channels his alter ego, Bailey Crane, for another suspenseful tale. In this final book in the Bailey Crane Mystery series, Bailey wants nothing more than to enjoy a relaxing retirement in his penthouse in a Mexican beach resort with his beloved wife, Wendy. But once again, trouble finds him—and by association, Wendy—this time in the form of a vicious Mexican drug cartel and the nefarious characters who populate it. Bailey is sucked into violence when the cartel blames him for a government crackdown. When his wife, Wendy, is targeted as a way to punish Bailey, he must suspend his gentle southern ways and become as vicious as the cartel thugs to save her. What follows is intrigue and moral dilemmas as Bailey fights forces too large for him to defeat. With a final unexpected twist at the end, this is a gritty tale of evil that will always exists as long as people give in to their darker side—which, of course, they will. Somehow Bailey survives and still finds love and hope among the systemic evil and moral compromises. A must-read mystery novel! Five stars!
Great review! Thanks, Dr. Tim…
Wow, Billy Ray, you went for the REALLY dark and evil look 😉 Nicely done xox
Followed your suggestion… xox
On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 6:48 PM, thefinalcurtain1 wrote:
Hi Billy Ray! I am just beginning to read this marvelous book! 🙂 Thank you!! Cher xo
Thanks, Cher, hope you enjoy! All the best. xo
I sure am! You are an incredible writer, Billy Ray! I’ll be posting a 5 star review when I’m finished the book!!! Cher xo
Cher, you’re the lady!!! Thanks so much for the kind words. My best to you.