Indy Author Spotlight: Robert Southworth

Today I am spotlighting a random author.

Here is an author I came across while searching for Indy Authors.

The Indy Author: that not so rare breed of author who has the gumption to not give up in the face of invisibility and go it alone without big brother, aka the “big publisher”.

 

Robert Southworth.

What do we know about Robert? I know nothing.  But Google quickly shared links for some of his pages (below) and that he is the author of The Reaper’s Breath.

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About The Reaper’s Breath (quoted from Goodreads):

“Mary Kelly lies dead upon her bed… Her sorrowful eyes capture the agony of her fate. Anger, and fear walk side by side as the populace of London demand justice for the slain. William Harkness is a former officer of the 66th Regiment of Foot and he has entered the hunt. He will not bring a mad man to court, he is not tied by the laws of the land. William Harkness is the killer of killers, assassin of the evil…”

https://www.facebook.com/Southworth.Author/

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6753801.Robert_Southworth

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Release date: January 20, 2015

Publisher: Minotaur Books

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Blurb:

Ex-FBI Agent Brigid Quinn thinks she has a second chance at life. After too many years spent in the company of evil, she’s quit the Feds and is working out what normal is meant to feel like. She’s swapped serial killers, stakeouts and interrogation for a husband, friends and free time. But when you’ve walked in darkness for so long, can you stand the light? When a local teenager dies in a tragic drowning accident, the community thinks Brigid might be able to help comfort the family. But when she does so, something doesn’t add up. And it’s no easier at home: after a bereavement in the family, Brigid has reluctantly taken in her niece to give her a break before she starts college. Brigid’s ever-patient husband Carlo tells her they must go…

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