Stiffed by Rob Kitchin

Just got a tweet from Rob Kitchin about the release of his new crime novel!

Released May 7, 2013
Snubnose Press
320 pages

Only Available @

Amazon US
Kindle version

Amazon UK
Kindle version
Author’s blog

Read a little snippet @ Spinetingler Magazine

A screwball noir set in New England about a group of friends trying to dispose of a body. Think Alfred Hitchcock’s The Trouble with Harry! One of my all time favorite films! I have to read this for sure!

book synopsis:
Tadhg Maguire wakes to find himself spooning a dead man. The stiff is Tony Marino, lieutenant to mobster Aldo Pirelli. It doesn’t matter how the local enforcer ended up between Tadhg’s sheets, Pirelli is liable to leap to the wrong conclusion and demand rough justice. The right thing to do would be to call the cops. The sensible thing to do would be to disappear. Forever. The only other option is to get rid of the body and pretend it was never there. No body, no crime. What he needs is a couple of friends to help dispose of the heavy corpse. Little do Tadhg’s friends know what kind of reward they’ll receive for their selfless act – threatened, chased, shot at, and kidnapped with demands to return a million dollars they don’t possess. By mid-afternoon Tadhg is the most wanted man in America. Not bad for someone who’d never previously had so much as parking ticket. If he survives the day he’s resigned to serving time, but not before he saves his friends from the same fate.

Another new one that I am excited about and starting today…

to be released on July 9, 2013

Also, a note from author James Oswald: in anticipation of the release in print tomorrow, May 9th, of his novel Natural Causes the Kindle version is available today for 99 cents! Only in the UK, as the book is being released in the UK first. No. 1 in the top 100 paid bestsellers in Kindle. Great new crime/detective series!

Happy reading!
Peggy Ann


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