Before I’m Gone

I’m delighted to announce that BEFORE I’M GONE, the pulse-pounding sequel to “I Should Have Told You”, is now available at Amazon. To celebrate the launch, both books are on sale at $0.99/ 99p for a limited time!Before

Sometimes the secrets of the past should be left buried in the past…

Crime and justice are Detective George Ellis’ business. Murder is his speciality. In his twenty years on the police force, he thinks he’s seen it all: until now.

A bloodthirsty murderer has been stalking the streets of Dublin for too long, leaving death and devastation in his wake. His victims are innocent women who find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time.

As the body count rises, Detective Ellis follows every lead: no matter how dark or disturbing. However, there’s no apparent connection between the women; they’re all strangers with only one thing in common–the killer.

Someone from George’s past holds the key to solving the murders and bringing the serial killer to justice, but little does he know that his private and professional lives are about to collide with horrifying consequences…Click here to buy now!


The truth changes everything…

It was a dangerous proposition: sex for money with a complete stranger. Cold, scared, and alone: just where the killer wanted her. She smiled her most beguiling smile at the driver who picked her up, and now she’s dead, shrouded by the fog that clings grimly to her frail corpse as she lies on the edge of the riverbank.
When a serial killer goes on the rampage in Dublin, Detective George Ellis delves inside the mind of a murderer to discover what is driving him to kill and why. However, every lead comes with its own sinister undercurrents, and as the body count rises, the shocking truth unravels.
George’s hunt for answers leads him to the deadly secrets hidden within his own family. Can he confront the demons of the past before the killer strikes again? George finds himself on a desperate race against time, but with no trace evidence or suspects it seems an impossible task.
As he peels away the layers of a dark and treacherous life, he discovers the killings didn’t begin on that bitter night in November, and worst of all, they won’t end there…Click here to buy now!

What readers are saying

Readers beware! Behind the seemingly serene, lovely cover of this book, there’s evil lurking, darkness, violence, blood and murder … but there’s also heartache, tears and lost love. I Should Have Told You is a cracking thriller. Joseph at Relax and Read Reviews

A super suspenseful, fast-paced killer thriller read. Knowing it was about a serial killer, I could not wait to start reading this crime novel for it is a subject that truly fascinates and scares the hell out of me. It is not the bogeyman under the bed anymore that you should be frightened of no; it is the serial killer with his own key to your home.
It sent chills down my spine when the maniac followed his victims, and you wanted them to either get away from him or survive the vicious attack somehow. I recommend this writer if you enjoy getting to know criminal minds and those that aim to stop them. Maureen Reil, Author

Edge of your seat tension. A well-plotted, perfectly paced book. I was hooked from the start. Joanne Clancy has a knack of drawing the reader in so that you feel, hear, sense and see as clearly as if you were there. Her descriptive writing has made her quickly become one of my favourite authors, and has given me a renewed passion for murder mysteries. Cheryl Henderson, Author

One of my favourite authors. The sequel is due out next month. I don’t think I can wait! Gina, Amazon Reviewer

Joanne Clancy’s writing pulls you in, and gets you so wrapped up in the mystery and suspense as if you were right there at the crime scenes. Kelly, Goodreads

A must read for lovers of suspense and mystery. Murder and suspense: who could ask for more? Anne G. Kasaba, Amazon Reviewer


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