Stone Eater (Will Finch Mystery Thriller Series Book 2)

| July 15, 2018

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A reporter on the rebound.
An ex-cop with nothing to lose.
A murder they can only solve together. 

STONE EATER combines Michael Connelly’s THE SCARECROW with the pace of THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM. 

“This book just blew me away. Magnifico!” — Robert Schultz 


Will Finch returns to the San Francisco eXpress convinced that Gianna Whitelaw was murdered. But everyone claims that she threw herself from the Golden Gate Bridge.

Who can dispute the facts? Her suicide note posted on Facebook. Her fiancé, murdered. When her father, US Senator Franklin Whitelaw, demands that the press respect his privacy, the story is quietly shut down. 

Then Finch receives a mysterious text from Eve Noon. She knew Gianna. And she knows about Gianna’s intimate night with Finch. Her revelations could ruin his career. Will she destroy him, or can Finch use what Eve knows to crack open the case? 

If you love a gripping thriller series that crackles with the voltage of a technothriller trilogy, then grab the second installment in this new crime trilogy. This hot fusion of PI mysteries, an organized crime series, and noir crime will keep you reading through the night! 


Great characters launch you on a wild ride through plot twists you never see coming your way. STONE EATER leaves you gasping and begging for more! 


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Dear Reader, 

If you’re like me then you love reading novels by Michael Connelly, Jeffery Deaver, John Sandford, Philip Kerr, Martin Cruz Smith, Patricia Highsmith, Stieg Larsson, Elmore Leonard and Jo Nesbo. Among many others. 

And if you like those writers, then I invite you to have a look at my crime series. You can buy them all on Amazon, or pick up a free or discounted novel on my website, dfbailey.com. 

Writing crime fiction isn’t easy, but it’s always a thrill. When you read my novels I hope you’ll share the buzz, the excitement and the adrenaline rush with me. 

Like all writers, I love readers who enjoy my books, especially those who are kind enough to leave a review. Perhaps you will, too. 

Happy reading, 

D. F. (Don) Bailey

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