No Love Lost by Robert Crouch #CoverReveal


I'm delighted to be taking part in the cover reveal for No Love Lost, the sixth book in the Kent Fisher series. Many thanks to Robert Crouch for inviting me to share the cover and description of the book today.

So first, here's what lies in store for environmental health officer and part-time sleuth, Kent Fisher this time around, 

How can a simple job interview end in complete carnage? When Mandy Paige seeks Kent Fisher’s help to find the mother who abandoned her as a baby, he has no idea of the mayhem his investigation will unleash. With only a photograph of a woman he once knew, he discovers she left her office one Friday afternoon twenty years ago and never returned.
Did Helen Cassidy escape an abusive husband or was she abducted and murdered? People connected to Helen begin to die in mysterious circumstances. An old foe returns, leaving cryptic messages on the windscreen of Kent’s car. He seems to know Kent’s every move, hounding and taunting the sleuth, attacking those who can help him solve the mystery. 
When the main suspect dies, Kent’s investigation lies in tatters – until he realises he’s not the one pursuing the killer. The killer’s pursuing him.

I'm a big fan of this series and am really looking forward to reading No Love Lost, I think it sounds excellent. I'll be taking part in the book launch tour next month so keep an eye out for my review on 26th September.

First though, here's that front cover...

It looks fabulous and  ties in so well with the rest of the series,

No Love Lost will be published on 17th September 2020 and can be pre-ordered or purchased here.

About the Author

Robert Crouch is the author of the Kent Fisher murder mystery series. Set in today’s world, the books pay homage to the traditional murder mystery and classic whodunit.
Based on his career as an environmental health officer, Kent Fisher is a different kind of detective, described as ‘unique in crime fiction’ by one reviewer.
Having left environmental health, Robert now writes full time from his home on the East Sussex coast. He loves walking on the South Downs with his wife, Carol, and their Westie, Harvey, reading crime fiction and photography.