Cinders by Matthew LeDrew
In this thrilling detective novel with a supernatural twist, seasoned investigator Thomas Horton’s rock-solid morals are threatened when a troubled arson case causes him to cross paths with Xander Drew, a dangerous vigilante.
Xander’s unhealthy obsession with taking down a notorious crime boss named Stephen Fields will test the strength of both men’s character, bringing Horton into the ethical grey-area where Xander lives.
Download this thrilling book that reviewers say: “sizzles with mystery and crime drama”!
|Release Date:||April 2015|
|Price (CAD):||Print: $25 / EBook: $2.99|
“I’ve come to learn that Mr. LeDrew is more than just a writer. He’s an artist. I can feel how he visualizes each scene, each word, with careful consideration. This is a suspense thriller with a refreshing twist that left me wanting more and I can’t wait to dive in to his next book. If you’re looking for something to tickle your brain and take you outside the standard box that so many books force us into, then I highly recommend taking a stab at Matthew LeDrew’s cast library.“
— Candace Osmond, author of Killer Me
“Set in the extreme heat of a Los Angeles summer, Cinders fairly sizzles with mystery and crime drama. With great attention to detail, Matthew LeDrew tells a tale that deals not only with good and evil, but also the gray area in between. Weaving through multiple perspectives, the story culminates in a satisfying conclusion that leaves the reader wanting more from these characters. A great addition to any thriller library.”
— Amanda Labonté, author of Call of the Sea
“To sum it up in one word? Incredible. I wasn’t sure what to expect from this novel beyond hints from The Long Road, but it certainly was an amazing ride. The way Xander has changed for this book and the way Matthew ties the story together through a few separate points of view makes for a really engaging story. In a lot of ways this book shows a real shift in Xander away from who he was in the Black Womb series and opens up a lot of doors for him to be able to change into a driving force that is more secure in himself then ever before. I cannot wait for the next book in this series. This feels like it was but a taste of what can happen next and makes me excited to see what Matthew does with this new spin on an old character.”
— Kelly, Goodreads, May 30 2015