Wilkie Martin - Surviving Publication


Author of the unhuman series of addictive comedy cozy mysteries set in the Cotswolds. This documents my encounters with publishing and includes things I hope will be useful later. It also covers some local writing competitions and reviews some writing events.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

#BookTrailers For #CozyMystery Inspector Hobbes and the Bones by Wilkie Martin

Certain trouble lies ahead for Andy Caplet. Is the apparently charming young woman who attempts to seduce him merely setting him up for blackmail, or is something even more sinister afoot? Inspector Hobbes certainly believes so, and, though he's not the sort to worry, he is getting worried.

Inspector Hobbes and the Bones, the fourth in my comedy cozy mystery crime fantasy series unhuman, was published in December 2016. I have recorded 5 short extracts from early on in the book as booktrailers and all have now been released. I hope you enjoy them.

I've also recorded short extracts from the previous books in the series, which you can find on my youtube channel @wilkiewrites (or on my website / facebook), And if you have a daft sense of humour you may also enjoy my silly poems - also on my youtube channel,

Inspector Hobbes and the Bones, and all my books are available on Amazon, Apple, Kobo, Nook etc in ebook, They are also available as paperbacks and hardbacks.

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#Booktrailers #cozymystery Inspector Hobbes and the Bones by Wilkie Martin

1.       Andy and Hobbes meet a distraught Skeleton Bob and learn of Crackling Rosie’s sad fate






2.       Andy battles a tree






3.       Hobbes sends Andy to retrieve a boat





4.       Andy rescues a boy from the flood





5.       Bob and Fenella have a bust-up at home






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