Guest Post: The Dead Of Winter by Billy McLaughlin


One missing baby! One runaway teenager! Coincidence?

Detective Kevin Wallace doesn't think so. And neither do the residents of Golf Road, who are all too quick to point the finger at a man with severe learning disabilities. As Wallace and a colleague, who has already experienced the ugly nature of this particular community, get closer to the truth they may not like what is hidden behind closed doors.

This is a brand new mystery from the writer of 'Lost Girl' and 'In the Wake of Death'. Let the chills commence.
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I'm thrilled to welcome Billy McLaughlin to the blog today as he gears up for the publication of his stand-alone mystery The Dead Of Winter. Billy has a few words to say, so I'll let him get on with it...

This will be the first publication day where I have anything planned, and I am spending it with you guys. We have a launch party on the day of release which has been organised by Emma Mitchell. I’ll be joining in on the chat, maybe answering some questions, and relaxing after a hectic few weeks. There will be fun and competitions. I may even stretch to a bottle of wine to celebrate. Feel free to join in. I don’t drink very much so that will be a real celebration. My partner will be pottering around in the background with the dog. So please come along and join us on Facebook at 7.30 p.m.
Join in with the Facebook launch party by following this link.

Keep up with the rest of the blog tour too, there's a giveaway running and plenty of fun on Twitter and Facebook:

About the author:
Billy McLaughlin is a Glasgow born author who released his first novelette 'Invisible' in March 2016. Receiving glowing customer reviews, he followed up with the gritty novel 'Lost Girl' which introduces readers to the mainstay characters Phil & Kate. In September 2016, his third book 'In the Wake of Death' was released, re-uniting audiences with Phil & Kate as well as throwing a brand new mystery that has been praised for its unique twist. McLaughlin welcomed 2017 in celebrating that 'Lost Girl' peaked at number 2 in the crime thriller charts the previous August and gained the coveted number 1 slot in the Scottish crime charts with 'In the Wake of Death'. His fourth book is released on 13 March 2017. 'The Dead of Winter' will appear to be a stand-alone mystery, but introduces a brand new character that is already set to make a splash in the 3rd DI Phil Morris mystery 'The Daughter' which is due in summer 2017.

Keep up with Billy on Facebook and Twitter or by contacting him at

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