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MURDER MYSTERY: Berkhamsted e-writer releases latest book in running series 

 Published on: 3rd October 2019   |   By: Dean Shaw   |   Category: Uncategorized

An author from Berkhamsted who writes only e-books has released the latest in his series.

Jack Murray specialises in writing books for Kindle with his latest book The Affair of the Christmas Card Killer: The First Lord Kit Aston Mystery already proving to be a hit.

It’s the latest in a series with the latest book a murder mystery set in 1919 where party guests realise one then may be a killer.

An investigation ensues where a war hero sets about finding the killer.

Speaking about the series, author Jack Murray, said: “If you like historical crime fiction mixed with Agatha Christie and a dash of PG Wodehouse or Carl Hiaasen – this mystery series is just for you.”

The book is only available electronically with Jack explaining the emerging world of e-writers. He said: “There are literally tens of thousands of indie writers – those not with a publishing house – who publish via Kindle and similar types of digital-based publishing. 

“Amongst these indie writers, there are many whom you will have never heard of who are earning a lot of money. 

“I picked up on it when a colleague of mine left work to do it full time. Publishing with Kindle is a safe route to market for many writers as it allows you a chance to sell your work without any upfront fees.

“However, the margins offered to writers is probably no less than what you would get with a big firm and you have the flexibility to publish as often as you want. 

“There are some writers, aside from the ones who collaborate, who can pump out more than a book a month.”

More information on Jack and his series as well as a link to download his books click here.

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