I’m still putting things together for January, and hope to put out a couple of short stories on the fly. However, two books are scheduled for release in February, including:
The American Artisan (novella)
When ghosts from an old case haunt an American artist as he walks the streets of Nuuk, Constable David Maratse is recalled to Greenland’s capital to investigate.
The American Artisan is the twenty-third in a series of novellas to feature Constable David Maratse in Greenland.
This is a fun one as one of the main characters is named after a backer of a recent Kickstarter campaign. The tone, however, isn’t fun, as that character is in peril, of course.
The Crocodile Beat* (novel)
In Australia’s vast and desolate Northern Territory, Constable Petra ‘Piitalaat’ Jensen’s most southerly missing persons case might just be her last.
Forced to take some well-earned leave, Petra searches for solace in the Australian Outback, only to find herself caught up in the search for a missing police sergeant.
The Crocodile Beat is the thirteenth in the Greenland Missing Persons series of novellas and novels normally set in the harsh, unpredictable Arctic, rich in tradition, myth and culture.
Both books will be posted to Amazon on the day of release, but may take up to a day to be visible.
However, The Crocodile Beat will be available in more stores as I try something new. It won’t be available in Kindle Unlimited, but it will be available for streaming in Kobo Plus. I’m trying new things in 2022 in the hope to gain more exposure.
We’ll see what happens.
*Edit (February 5, 2022): The Crocodile Beat will be a stand-alone novel. Sigh. 🙂
Ana Catarina Palma Neves says
Wonderful news! Hope the new things will give you what you are looking for. (by the way, excellent idea to put Petra in an opposite environment as usual. At least, I’m already curious about it)
Christoffer Petersen says
Thanks, Ana Catarina! I just need a bit more flexibility, and I think doing things this way around will give me that. We’ll see.