FREE THRILLER ALERT! The Note, by Kim Knight @kimknightauthor

What a bookish week this is for some of my favorite writers!! This week Kim Knight, my co-author of The Suspenseful Collection and Blurred Lines, a two (soon to be three) piece short story set, has released another hot addition to her unsolved mystery crime books!! The Red Light Girls looks and sounds absolutely fantastic! ALSO… In celebration of the release, Kim is offering the first book in the set for free on Kindle!! Don’t pass up this free read, Kim’s work is mind blowing! My own copy is downloaded and I intend on reading it next week so stay tuned for a review!



Everyone has a motive for murder when there’s money on the table. But whose story is more plausible?

In seventy-two hours, Detectives Idris Dunne and Josh McDonald close in on an unsolved murder case with the help of mysterious notes.

One of London’s wealthy entrepreneurs was diagnosed with cancer, and became estranged from his wife of thirty years Manisha. Unknown to her, his mistress Chelsea Jackson was slowly sinking her claws into her husband. But that’s not all his mistress was up to. Unexpectedly Tony’s mutilated body is found dumped in a park. Everyone has a motive especially when money is on the table, and his wife Manisha, and their adult children were cut out of his will and replaced by his mistress Chelsea.

Was this an act of kindness from Tony, toward his carer and mistress? Or was there foul play and pressure to change his will by Chelsea? What about his murderer? The case was left unsolved, with lack of evidence.

Mystery notes are sent by an anonymous tip off, Detective Dunne and McDonald re-investigate and piece together the mystery surrounding the entrepreneur’s death, and what led him to change his Last Will in Testament. The question is, from all suspects whose story is more plausible?

Also, check out book #2 The Red Light Girls… Released this week! 🧐


Amsterdam’s a fun and exciting city set on edge.

When women linked to the Red Light District turn up dead in the Amsterdamse Bose woodland area or missing, not many take notice.

Madeline Sloane, a ballsy journalist for London’s tabloid papers, is bored with her job and surroundings. She finds herself in Amsterdam, working for De Telegraaf newspaper. Her new job becomes her obsession. A deep-seated determination drives her to close-in on the person responsible for the fates of the Red Light Girls. She reports on the city’s events, appeals for information, and forms a plan of action—one born of her intuition that guides her to a suspect.

One person stands in her way of finding Amsterdam’s serial killer, and not everything is as it seems in Madeline’s world.

The Red Light Girls is a novella-length, fast-moving story with a touch of mystery, Madeline Sloane is a head-strong female on a mission to cover areas the local police have failed, and the more she digs, the closer she comes to solving an unsolved mystery.

Connect with Kim on social media:
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Facebook: @kimknightauthoruk
Twitter: @kimknightauthor
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10 Comments Add yours

  1. The story sounds very amazing too! Thank you for the offer, and for sharing the information. Will put it on my TBR, because there are actually a lot of other books need to be read. I am feeling sorry, but sometimes i am very busy. Have a nice rest of the week! Michael

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    1. I know the feeling all too well!!

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      1. Thank you for your understanding, Didi! Sometimes i can fluently read and understand English written texts. The other days i am feeling as i would read this words the first time ever. Lol In future i definitely need a longer stay in an English only country. Thrown into cold water, i cant flee. 😉 Have a beautiful rest of the week, and stay well. Michael

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      2. You too Micheal!! If I ever have s book translated to German you’ll be thd first to know!
        As of now I only have books in Dutch, French and Spanish 😊

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      3. Thank you very much in advance, Didi! No problem, i love reading in the English language, because my work consists most times in German reading, and i am trying to get much more skills in the English and Italian language. its a challenge, after i am really not able to understand the system of the slavic languages, spoken in the near Czech Republic. Thats definitely Greek to me. Lol xx Have a beautiful rest of the week, and find time to relax on the weekend! Michael

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  2. Pink Roses says:

    I’d like to read this book because of the setting. Amsterdam has the best coffee I ever tasted, no matter what part of the city I was in. Also, I love the name Madeline. Thanks, Didi. I shall download it shortly.

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    1. I’d LOVE to visit Amsterdam some day! It’s on my list ❤

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      1. Pink Roses says:

        I can recommend the art galleries, and the coffee!


  3. Thanks so much Didi! Thanks for sharing. Speak soon. xoxo

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    1. My pleasure, CONGRATS!!

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