#CoverReveal I am over the moon to be sharing the cover for @brian_caves A Long Way from Home @ConradJones @RedDragonbooks #Thriller #CrimeFiction #RedDragon

Good evening, Book Worms!

I’m over the moon to be sharing another stunning cover from the amazing team at Red Dragon Publishing.

Brian W. Caves’s A Long Way from Home is being published next Friday, May 27… And I can PROMISE you, IT’S A STUNNING READ!

I loved it from the first page to the last. A truly gripping thriller that will blow your mind!

Here’s the blurb…


A book that grabbed me and took me back in time, it will enthral you


Outstanding! Caves has weaved a gripping story. I simply could not put it down


A powerful read


Thought-provoking and unmissable from the first page until the last

A sleepy town in 1960s South Georgia, where to some residents, segregation is more important than catching a killer.

An ex-homicide detective from Chicago called to honour an old promise.

With a rising body count and a community guarding their secrets more fiercely than their children, asking questions could prove deadly for the outsider…

Doesn’t it sound amazing?!

Now, you ready for the cover?

Drum roll, please…

Here you are!


Isn’t it FABULOUS!?!?!?!

You can pre-order your copy now at Amazon by clicking here.

I LOVED reading this one and just know you all will too, so go get your copy now!

About the author…

I started out as an engineer, then an estate agent, followed by senior management roles in cable TV and telecoms. Spent a few years as a management consultant and now work in the language translation industry.

I have played music all my life. Classically trained on the clarinet from the age of eight until fourteen when my world took a quantum leap forward after hearing Jimi Hendrix and Voodoo Child on the radio. I thought, wow, I gotta do that. I dumped the clarinet and I picked up the guitar and have never put it down. I have played alongside topflight musicians, both live and in studios.

From a young age I read books like Treasure Island, Robinson Crusoe, Black Beauty, Swallows and Amazons, then The Famous Five, Billy Bunter, Jennings and Derbyshire, Biggles, and Tarzan. Agatha Christie had a major impact as did Georges Simenon. I penned short stories at school – mostly adventure, but it wasn’t until I became hooked on American Crime Noir that my urge to write came crashing to the forefront of my mind. Reading Hammett, Chandler, Jim Thompson, Macdonald, and the master, James M. Cain had the same effect on my potential writing career as Hendrix had for my music.

Currently, having been further influenced by the greats of Southern literature, I write crime stories based in the Deep South as well as UK based dark noir crime set in the county of Northamptonshire where I reside. Throw into the pot crime and horror short stories and novellas and you’ll have some idea of what goes on in my head.

Twitter: @brian_caves

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