I’m organizing a “Ready to Post” book bitz for In Servitude by Heleen Kist. This means along with the usual media kit, an HTML doc will be provided that you can simply copy and paste. This 5 star thriller has been killing it in the UK, but the author would really like to make a splash across the pond. So, in addition to my fabulous international bloggers, I’m really counting on you guys in North America to help share this book!
The blitz will run from Dec. 17th to the 21st, and there will be a giveaway as well. Sign up below!
Published: August 23rd, 2018
Genre: Psychological/ Thriller/ Suspense
DO YOU OWE YOUR FAMILY YOUR LIFE?
Grace thought her sister led a charmed existence.
She was wrong.
Now she has to pay the price.
When Grace’s beloved sister Glory dies in a car crash, her carefully planned life spirals out of control. She discovers Glory had been manipulated into illegal activities at her trendy vegan café. What’s
worse, Grace finds herself an unwitting accomplice now forced to take over her sister’s shady dealings.
Determined to keep her fingers clean and protect those Glory left behind, Grace plots to escape the clutches of Glasgow’s criminal underworld. But her moral certainty is challenged when more family
secrets emerge and her sister’s past intentions remain unclear.
Grace grows convinced Glory was murdered. But why won’t anyone listen?
Seeking justice, she finds betrayal…
About the Author
Heleen Kist is a Dutch businesswoman who lived all over the world while growing up and for her career. Then she fell in love with a Scotsman and his country, and now writes about its (sometimes scary) people from her garden office in Glasgow.
She was selected as an ‘up and coming new writer’ and awarded a Spotlight at Bloody Scotland 2018, the International crime writing festival.
Her debut psychological suspense novel ‘In Servitude’ was inspired by Heleen’s expertise in small business finance mixed with her friend’s courageous idea to open a vegan cafe in a city renowned for its dubious diet. She is currently working on her next book, which will be dark women’s fiction.