Don’t miss this opportunity to get Jaye Marie’s new book, Silent Payback, at a bargain price.

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A pleasure to share the news of Jaye Marie’s latest book – Silent Payback a psychological thriller that is on pre-orderfor its final day at 99c/99p before release tomorrow..

About the book

A serial killer roams the streets of Brighton, hunting for his next victim.
When the case lands on detective David Mallory’s desk, will his personal demon prevent him from bringing this vicious monster to justice?

As the body count rises, Mallory finds himself sinking under the weight of his heavy secret – one that could jeopardise his job and his reputation.

With the pressure building, can the troubled detective reconcile his issues and solve the case before more women die?

Take advantage of the pre-order price of 99p for today only:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Silent-PayBack-detective-shaky-ground-ebook/dp/B07YVB3HFF

And on Amazon US at 99c: https://www.amazon.com/Silent-PayBack-detective-shaky-ground-ebook/dp/B07YVB3HFF

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