[Free eBook] The Cross by Steve Cavanagh [Legal Crime Thriller]

The Cross by Steve Cavanagh is a novella in his Eddie Flynn series of contemporary legal crime thrillers, free courtesy of publisher Hachette’s Orion imprint.

The series is set in New York and stars a former con artist turned lawyer, and this story pits him against a corrupt cop, with a moral dilemma as to whether or not to present evidence against him that will put a client at risk. This is offered free in Canada & the UK, as well as many countries worldwide, but not in the US, where the author has a different publisher.

Free for a limited time, offered in many countries worldwide in Canada and the UK, as well as throughout the EU, South America, and East Asia @ B&N UK, Amazon Canada & UK, iTunes Canada & UK (also other worldwide regions by changing the UK store URL to your local Amazon or iTunes), Kobo & Google Play

This is being made free as a short introduction to the series to promote the new paperback release of the author’s 1st-in-series debut novel, The Defence, as well as the upcoming 2nd-in-series, The Plea, out next month, and if you are interested, there’s a Q&A feature on his website where he answers reader questions about the characters and series and invites you to ask more.

Description
An exclusive Eddie Flynn ebook novella from the author of THE DEFENCE.

Contains an extract from Steve Cavanagh’s brilliant debut novel, THE DEFENCE – out in paperback 11th February 2016.

Eddie Flynn has an impossible choice.

He has damning evidence against a corrupt NYPD detective who stands accused of killing a suspect.

But if he uses this evidence in court, both he and his client – the dead man’s widow – will be in mortal danger.

Should he risk their lives to win the case? Or keep quiet and let a murderer go free.

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