A FREE LUNCH? As in ‘no such thing as’? Normally, the old adage is pretty true, but it seems that you can feast your mind. if not your tummy, with a genuine free offer from author Wendy Cartmell (left). She is best known for her series of Sgt. Major Crane stories, featuring the gritty Military Policeman, but she has a more recent heroine, Emma Harrison. She is an Assistant Governor of Reading Young Offenders’ Institution, and while her charges are callow youths, they are well versed in all kinds of villainy, and the broken lives which have pitched them into the Institution have made some of them very damaged indeed.
In Joint Judgment, she faces a career-defining challenge as she strives to defuse a potentially catastrophic situation, as first the Institutes doctor is attacked and badly hurt, but then the Art Teacher is brutally killed. In order to prevent further bloodshed, she enlists the help of Sgt. Billy Williams, of the Special Investigations Branch of the Royal Military Police.
As far as I can see, there is absolutely no small print here, so let’s go ahead with the all important links. Firstly, why not pay a visit to Wendy’s publisher, Endeavour Press, and see what else they have been up to.
Thanks to Wendy Cartmell and Endeavour Press for their generosity. In return you might like to let the wider world know what you think of the book. You can do this by following this link to the book’s Amazon page. You can also take a look at Wendy’s website to read about her other books.