#CoverReveal

Cover Reveal! #Some by Robin Roughley Book 2 in the Ruben & Roz series… It’s a STUNNER! @RobRoughley @RedDragonbooks @ConradJones

I’m over the moon to be sharing the cover of Robin Roughley’s latest thriller, Some. Book two in the Ruben & Roz series.

First, here’s the blurb…

When something upsets your friend, you’re supposed to help them out, right?

Ruben Jones and Roz Smith are now firm friends. In fact, they’re each other’s only friend. So, when Roz needs help with a situation at home, Ruben is more than happy to help her.

The only trouble is, when Ruben has a problem, his go-to method of handling it is murder…

Our killer couple are back with a bang in Some, the thrilling sequel to Robin Roughley’s ‘batshit crazy’ None. When the forty-two peas are down, how far would you go for your best pal?

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ready for the cover?

DRUM ROLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL…

Three…

Two…

One:

Isn’t this AMAZING?!

I am so bloody excited to unleash this one on the world…

Ruben and Roz really captured hearts in their batshit crazy first book, None and book two, Some, is available to pre-order now!

 

Go get your copy NOW!!!!!

About the author…

Robin Roughley is the author of around forty novels, many featuring the force of nature that is DS Lasser, the laconic, sometimes world-weary sergeant who patrols the streets of Wigan in the north-west of England.

He also writes in a number of genres, including hard bitten and cosy crime, plus comedy, with a supernatural romance thrown into the mix.

 After working at several jobs, including paint maker, pie salesman (a job that anyone from Wigan has to have done at some point) to pallet maker and eventually truck driver, he decided to try his hand at writing a book and so the first Lasser adventure saw the light of day.

He has been a full-time self-published author since two-thousand and thirteen and still finds it hard to fathom how he has got here.

When not tapping away at the keyboard, he likes to go for walks to solve plot problems and find new ways to bump people off.

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