This is it then, Constable David Maratse is going into retirement … and launching a whole new series of crime books!
Crazy, I know, but this is how it is going to work. He thinks he is being invalided off the force, but it just isn’t going to go his way – not at all.
Settling into the life of a subsistence fisherman in a remote Arctic community in Greenland? Never gonna happen! It’s time to get busy, dig some graves!
Seven Graves One Winter is the first in series of true crime books set in Greenland. More news as soon as I have it!
Until then, if you’d like to pre-order, here are the links on Amazon:
A while ago I suggested that I needed an Australian character in the third book of The Greenland Trilogy. He’s arrived, and his name is Rhys Thomas. The Americans are represented too, as are the Canadians – again. But The Shaman’s House starts in Greenland, of course. There are more Greenlanders than in the previous books, as we spend more time in the populated areas – places I have lived, and visited. The closer I get to releasing The Shaman’s House, the more personal I realise the book has become. The story is pure fiction – adrenaline fueled – but the locations, and some of the anecdotes – sometimes fact can be stranger than fiction and a real source of inspiration.
Everything is made up, or used fictitiously, but I did enjoy writing my old house into the story!
Curious to read about where I lived? The final installment in the Greenland Trilogy is now available for pre-order at a special price.