Welcome back to the blog.
I hope you’ve had a good summer. I’ve been incredibly busy working on two books. And I’m back with a bang today as I reveal the cover and blurb to one of those books which will be released this coming Monday, 17th September!
The Twisted Web is the fourth book in the DI Hannah Robbins series and is packed full with your favourite characters and this time they are really up against it.
If you’re reading this blog my guess is you are also a social media user and understand what public shaming by social media is. When the whole of social media turns on someone and destroys their life with their pack mentality. Bizarrely, they are even capable of having real-world effects like losing people their jobs and in turn affecting a person’s mental health.
It’s this very phenomenon that sparked The Twisted Web. These keyboard warriors and this pack mentality fascinate me. It’s so easy to write a couple of tweets and walk away, without realising the accumulative effect that they have with the thousands of other voices and it’s explored within the pages of The Twisted Web.
Want to know more?
Here it is…
The Twisted Web
A social media shaming. A killer with a message. A deadly combination.
When the body of a man is left in the city centre set up as a realistic police crime scene, DI Hannah Robbins is forced to enter a world that can break a person, a case and a reputation.
Social media platforms light up and Hannah is pitted against the raging online monster and a killer who has already lost everything.
Can she catch the killer and put him behind bars or will she become part of his sadistic game, trapped inside it with no way out?
Marina Sofia says
Great way to describe them, keyboard warriors. Looks like a very timely book! Look forward to reading it.
Margot Kinberg says
Oh, this looks wonderful, Rebecca! I’m very excited for you, and I hope you’ll have a lot of success.
Stephen Hall says
Nice picture of the Nottingham Council House; I remember Brain Clough on the balcony after two European Cup wins…. maybe the Forst/County subject might appear in a future book…