Don’t you wish print was easier to read? Here’s your answer! This pacy crime thriller has been published in a LARGE PRINT format that’s dyslexia-friendly too.
A fake bride in BIG trouble…
Twenty grand vanished from gangster Shaun Halloran’s casino, and so did gorgeous blonde croupier Kat White. Once he’s tracked her down, he’ll shoot first and ask questions later.
Amy Satterthwaite’s just learned Kat stole her ID for a sham marriage. Desperate to clear her name and save her friend from Shaun, she swallows her pride and turns to arrogant Ross Pritchard for help. But can they find Kat in time?
Twists and tension keep the pages turning in A.A. Abbott’s stunning crime thriller. As Kat’s trail leads from London’s smart Fitzrovia to secret tunnels below central Birmingham, the stakes can’t get higher...
Printed in Verdana 14 point with 1.5 line spacing. The large print in sans serif font, wide line spacing, cream paper and short chapters make this edition a breeze to read. Helpful to readers with visual impairment or visual stress, and dyslexic readers. Also available in traditional paperback and e-book formats.
|Publisher:||Perfect City Press|
|Edition description:||Large Print|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.27(d)|
About the Author
I'm British crime thriller writer A.A. Abbott - known to friends as Helen - and I believe a good read is one of life's greatest pleasures.
I write fast-paced suspense thrillers set in the British cities of London and Birmingham.
My latest books, the Trail series, follow the fortunes of two families running a vodka business - and what happens when they fall out with a London gangster. The Bride's Trail leads from London to the secret tunnels below Birmingham's historic Jewellery Quarter. The trail continues with a kidnap in the former Soviet Union in The Vodka Trail, an ill-starred venture with a marijuana farmer in The Grass Trail and a killer on the loose in The Revenge Trail.
Like 10% of us, many of my family are dyslexic. While I'm not, I want my books to be enjoyed by readers with dyslexia and visual impairment too. That's why I publish my thrillers in a LARGE PRINT dyslexia-friendly edition as well as the standard paperback and Kindle versions. Don't forget, you can also adjust the font on your Kindle to suit your needs.
I like speaking to book groups, business networks and social circles, and reading my thrillers and short stories at live fiction events. If you're a book blogger, litfest organiser, reviewer or simply adore books, I'd love to hear from you.
I'm a member of the Alliance of Independent Authors, Bristol Fiction Writers' Group, and Birmingham's New Street Authors.
Find out more about the books I love to read and write, and get a free e-book, at https://aaabbott.co.uk