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Nowhere To Go by Iain Rowan – reduced to 99 cents for September

Eleven crime stories first published in Alfred Hitchcock’s, Ellery Queen’s, and elsewhere by award-winning writer Iain Rowan. Iain’s short fiction has been reprinted in Year’s Best anthologies, won a Derringer Award, and been the basis for a novel shortlisted for the UK Crime Writers’ Association’s Debut Dagger award.

REDUCED TO 99 CENTS FOR SEPTEMBER! Here at infinity plus we think this book, and this author, are pretty special, so for one month only we’ve dropped the price.
BUY NOW:
amazon.com (Kindle format, $0.99)
amazon.co.uk (Kindle format, £0.86)
Smashwords (various formats, including epub, mobi, Sony and PDF, $0.99)

Over at Grasping for the Wind: e-reading, the indies and quality control

I’ve just guest-blogged over at Gasping for the Wind on how we read ebooks differently, the indie phenomenon, quality control and how traditional publishers – and writers – should respond.


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