“Fascinating from the first page,” Deadly Lullaby now on sale for 99 cents!

Penguin Random House is offering Deadly Lullaby by Robert McClure, for a limited time for only 99 cents through all e-book outletsDeadly Lullaby, a father-son crime fiction novel, has been described by readers as “captivating from the beginning . . . with a twist and a lot of hard packed action”, “a great surprise”, “A different kind of beautiful”, a “wonderful original take”, and “fascinating from the first page”.  Dennis Schneider, one of the novel’s most recent reviewers, who gives it 5 stars, had this to say:

It was my pleasure to read Deadly Lullaby by Robert McClure recently. I love mysteries/action stories (as well as science fiction), and being, retired I have lots of time and not so much money. SO, I read lots of free Kindle stuff. . . . Of course this one wasn’t free, . . .  and Deadly Lullaby was well worth the modest cost. It was refreshing to read something that was well written for a change. . . . McClure does an excellent job of creating realistic characters with depth rather than cardboard silhouettes. They were very much flawed, but they were not pure evil. By the end of the book I had began to sympathize with them, root for them, maybe even like them.”

To read Schneider’s full review on Amazon, click here.  For more 5 star reviews, visit this site’s Reviews page: click here. For an insightful blog post on the writing of Deadly Lullaby, read the interview of lawyer-turned-author Robert McClure by Kristin for the My Bookish Ways blog: click here.

If you were waiting for a 99 cent sale to take a chance on a new author, and you love pulp fiction, now’s your chance!  Download and start reading Deadly Lullaby today!

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