Fellow Canadian and author, Scott Bury will soon be joining the ranks of authors writing for the Lei Crime Series on Kindle Worlds.
Eight authors, including myself, released books for Toby Neal’s series in April, and a second wave of books will hit AMAZON US end of this month. I will highlight the books over the next couple of weeks on my blog. I’m happy to say I’ll be releasing another book for the series too. 😉
In the meantime, check out this gorgeous cover for Torn Roots, Scott’s upcoming novella for the Lei Crime series.
You can learn more about it on Scott’s blog as well.
Hawaii is known for volcanoes and sandy beaches. Beauty and danger reign.
After breaking a case of murdered poachers in Maui’s national park, Detective Pono Kaihale accepts a short-term position as Acting Lieutenant in Hana on the island’s rain-forest coast. He is looking forward to redirecting lost hikers and moderating mild lovers’ spats and enjoying the natural beauty of the southeast coast. But by his second week on the job, Pono finds trouble here comes in unexpected forms.
Environmentalists, property developers, protesters, arsonists, kidnappers, and a rogue Homeland Security agent converge on his new post, Pono feels like the eye of a brewing storm. And when a new FBI agent gets involved, Pono realizes the stakes are much higher than a quiet period in his career.
Lives will be lost if he doesn’t solve this mystery quickly.
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Scott’s book will soon be added to the growing list of books for the Lei Crime Series on Amazon US.
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Scott Bury is a journalist, editor and writer living in Ottawa, Canada. His articles have been published in newspapers and magazines in Canada, the US, UK and Australia, including Macworld, the Ottawa Citizen, the Financial Post, Marketing, Canadian Printer, Applied Arts, PEM, Workplace, Advanced Manufacturing and others.
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, he grew up in Thunder Bay, Ontario. He holds a BA from Carleton University’s School of Journalism. He has two sons, an orange cat and a loving wife who puts up with a lot.
He is a recipient of Maclean Hunter’s Top 6 Award and a member of a team that won a Neal Award for business reporting.
The Written Word published his first novel, The Bones of the Earth, in 2011. His first published fiction was a short story, Sam, the Strawb Part, the proceeds of which are donated to an autism charity.
In 2013, the Written Word published his second novel, One Shade of Red, a spoof of the inexplicable bestseller that is mostly made of emails.
His latest book is Army of Worn Soles, a memoir in novel format that tells the true story of the author’s father in law, drafted into the Red Army in 1941. He is now working on a sequel.
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