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by Jenny Thomson category: Book
I’ve had such a fantastic response to Hell to Pay (Crime Files Book 1) and would like to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart for being so kind at what has been a very difficult time for me after my dad passed away following a long battle with cancer. Spreading the word together can make a great impact in spreading awareness about books like Hell To Pay, which cover topics such as violence against women and revenge. Thunderclap is the perfect way to spread the word through our social networking. Thank you for helping me. I appreciate it so much. A special thanks to Jennifer Labelle, author of Broken Survivor for opening my eyes up to the wonderful friendly world of Thunderclap. #HellToPaySuccess
About the book:
∞∞Hell to Pay (Crime Files Book 1) is a mystery thriller that can also be described as revenge fiction.
It’s the first book to feature gutsy Nancy Kerr and her hunky ex-Special Forces boyfriend, Tommy McIntyre. There are currently 3 books in the series that are already written.∞∞
"Great start to a series." - Read Along With Sue.
Nancy Kerr refuses to be a victim - even when she walks in on her parents’ killers and is raped and left for dead.
Fourteen months later, she wakes up in a psychiatric hospital with no knowledge of how she got there.
Slowly, her memory starts to return.
Released from the institution, she has just one thing on her mind – two men brought hell to her family home.
Now they’re in for some hell of their own.
Jenny Thomson is an award winning crime writer and features writer who has been widely published in the UK and abroad and is a staunch advocate of girl power and that’s why she came up with the idea for the Crime Files series featuring gutsy Nancy Kerr.
When she’s not writing about kick ass woman, she’s planning how to survive a zombie apocalypse and writing on napkins because she’s run out of paper.