Bloodstones and Slow Poison have recently been published by Double Infinity as eBooks for Kindle and are available exclusively on Amazon.
The books are dark and brooding thrillers, set in the idyllic Cotswolds. Both books have been overwhelmingly well received by readers and critics alike.
The books have both been available to read on the Harper Collins Authonomy site for a couple of months and as a result, Greenfield is now at #8 and #32 in the Authonomy chart.
The books are now available on Amazon as Kindle eBooks. Follow the links below for a sample read.
Bloodstones in a nutshell: Death, lust and infidelity on a Summer's day. Lives will change forever in the idyllic Cotswold countryside deep in the heart of the Bloodstones.
Slow Poison in a nutshell: From the streets of Amsterdam to the pastoral landscape of the British countryside, the scent of sex and violence is never far away.
The covers for both Slow Poison and Bloodstones were created by Ruben Ireland
Death, lust and infidelity on a Summer's day. Lives will change forever in the idyllic Cotswold countryside deep in the heart of the Bloodstones.
Summer has arrived in a Cotswold village at the edge of the Severn Plain. Madge Lowell is an unassuming person in her early fifties preparing for an exhibition of her watercolours in the local church during the village fete. Her newest work is a departure in style, an exorcism of her creative past. Her acute sense of detail coupled with her changing physical state alters her perception of her ordered life and the lives of those around her.
Her husband, Gerald, is involved with a young girl. Madge suspects nothing at first, but is uneasy about the changes within her and in the changes she notices in Gerald. During the fete, someone is murdered in the woods above the village. When the body is discovered, the village is in turmoil. Gerald goes missing and is involved in a fatal motorway accident.
In the days following the murder, Madge re-evaluates her safe and secure existence and discovers a person within herself of whom she had lost sight.
cover art: www.rubenireland.co.uk
From the streets of Amsterdam to the pastoral landscape of the British countryside, the scent of sex and violence is never far away.
Slow Poison opens in Amsterdam just before the feast of Saint Nicholas in December in the mid 1980’s.
The brutal slaying of a British tourist and the subsequent arrest and imprisonment of a young football supporter sparks off an orgy of violence. But the killing is no random act. The boy is innocent. The real killer returns to England to begin the final chapter of an obsessive campaign of revenge spanning several decades.
The twisted acts of violence and vengeance are punctuated by the pages of a stolen diary written in the dark days of the second world war. The killer identifies with the unspeakable horrors of the death camp as he coldly wreaks revenge for a series of traumatic events that took place in the mid 1950s on a Gloucestershire council estate.
The story culminates in a bloody siege high in the snowbound Cotswold hills.
This book contains very strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.
Cover Artwork www.rubenireland.co.uk