You can download (for free) Andrew Barrett’s new thriller, The Third Rule – Part One: Atrocities, from Amazon until the 30th December. Details below…
Ever wanted a justice system that puts the victim first, takes away the criminal’s rights, makes him pay for the damage he’s caused? How about he’s given three chances, and then the justice system takes his life?
Sounds great. But what happens if the justice system isn’t as perfect as they said it would be? What happens when things go wrong? CSI Eddie Collins takes on England’s new justice system.
Andrew Barrett is a crime and thriller writer based in Wakefield (England). He has been writing since the early 1990s, and has completed several novels and co-written a number of television scripts. A selection of Andrew’s books is currently available from Amazon Kindle Store and Smashwords.
Andrew’s work crosses a number of subject areas and genres moving from horror to thriller via crime and mystery, but his main focus is on the world of Scenes of Crime Officers (SOCOs or CSIs). He offers a unique insight into this often dark landscape, making good use of his sixteen years’ professional expertise as a crime scene examiner to envelop the reader in exciting yet realistic stories. His website is http://andrew-barrett.co.uk.
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