Here is the final cover for my latest novel GROUND RULES.
An alternative, black & white version was described as ‘rather scary’ and ‘not colourful enough’, so I decided on this one. I hope to get a proof copy of GROUND RULES back to me by the end of January, so hopefully a paperback will be in print (and also a Kindle version) during February.
A big thanks to all those reviewers that said they liked forensic geologist Jessica (Jez) Spargo. Because of you she has a whole novel to herself!
I have finished my latest novel, “GROUND RULES”
I am now working on the cover design (I have the graphics software, so why not?)
GROUND RULES follows on from “The Man Who Played Trains”, which received amazing 5- and 4-star reviews on Amazon and Goodreads!
I am publishing my novel as a print-on-demand novel from Amazon (also on Kindle).
The main character – protagonist – is Forensic Geologist Jessica Spargo, from “The Man who Played Trains”
Reviewers LOVED her!
So… if you did, then go for it?
Hoping to get GROUND RULES into print (and on Kindle) in January 2020.
I am relaunching THE MAN WHO PLAYED TRAINS, subtitled as The first of the Spargo novels
Why have I done this? Because my latest novel, shortly to be available on Amazon, is GROUND RULES, featuring Jez Spargo, the feisty forensic geologist from The Man Who Played Trains.
Feisty, because that’s what one reveiwer called her – “I loved Jez, the author has created such a strong, intelligent and feisty character in her. Even her father is lost without her! Their bond is strong and it is the backbone of this gripping thriller – I could easily picture them in real life.”
This one comment led me to write GROUND RULES.
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Two of the many 5- and 4-star reviews of The Man Who Played Trains:
‘GROUND RULES’ by Richard Whittle will be available on Amazon in Spring 2020
I think I have read all of Kate Atkinson’s books now, though there might well be another lurking somewhere out there, I need to check. I could never write like she does, I’d have so much going on in my brain that it would start to smoke.
I’ve said before that I find her stuff clever and complicated. I have no idea how she can hold so many bits of apparently unrelated stuff in her head and bring it all together at the end of her novels.
Because I need a change I’m now reading this>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
But I am a geologist, and I was a policeman, so this shouldn’t surprise you. The book costs a bomb, it will set you back £160 – unless you get it like I did. I won the crossword in ‘Geoscientist‘. The prize was to choose any one of the Geological Society’s special publications. I chose this one.