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My latest thriller, THE NIGHT BIRD, is available now in Kindle e-book, hardback, paperback, and audio. Don’t miss it!
Romantic Times calls it a Top Pick and says: ““Freeman’s latest psychological thriller is sure to seize readers and not let go… Gripping, intense and thoughtful, The Night Bird is a must-read.”
The book was selected as a Kindle First title by Amazon and spent most of January at #1 on the Amazon Kindle bestseller list — an amazing honor. More than 1,400 readers submitted reviews during the first month, and I’ve been delighted by the overwhelming reaction from people who loved the book.
THE NIGHT BIRD is all-new for me: It introduces a new hero, Frost Easton, and a new setting in the romantic locale of San Francisco. My family has lived in the Bay Area for decades, so the region feels like home to me. This is also my scariest, creepiest book to date — and my readers know that’s saying a lot! This book deals with the unsettling possibility that your memories can be manipulated, so you’re never sure exactly what is real.
The official release date for my new San Francisco-based thriller THE NIGHT BIRD is February 1. BUT, if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can get the e-book for your Kindle for free right now. The book is one of six novels selected for the “Kindle First” program in January — and it’s already #1 on the US Amazon Kindle Bestseller List.
Not an Amazon Prime member? You can also enter the Goodreads giveaway. We’re giving away 100 (yes, 100!) free copies of THE NIGHT BIRD, so enter before January 31 to be part of the drawing. You can enter here:
Memories can kill. Don’t forget.
Get ready for an all-new thriller from me on February 1, 2017: THE NIGHT BIRD. It’s available for pre-order right now…just click here for more information.
THE NIGHT BIRD uses the foggy, dramatic locale of San Francisco as its backdrop, with settings from the Bay Bridge to Golden Gate Park to Coit Tower. The book introduces a sexy new hero, Homicide Inspector Frost Easton, who patrols the city’s murder beat with his adopted cat, Shack.
And the plot? It’s wonderfully creepy. San Francisco psychiatrist Francesca Stein treats patients by erasing their most terrifying memories — but now her patients are dying, and Frost has to hunt down a killer who can turn memories into a murder weapon.
THE NIGHT BIRD will be landing soon…get your copy as soon as it’s available!