Sunday, October 31, 2010

Negative Image

I’ve been wracking my brains for days trying to think of a food related theme to introduce my new book, Negative Image.

I’ve come up blank.

Sorry everyone. Not much eating goes on in this book, and certainly no cooking. There isn't even a Hallowe'en link I can toss in.

So instead I’ll just have to talk about the book.

Negative Image is the fourth in the Constable Molly Smith book from Poisoned Pen Press. The release date is supposedly November 2nd, but it seems to be available at most online sites already.

What would you do if you believe the person you trust most in the world has betrayed you? What would you do if you discover that the person you trust most in the world believes you capable of betrayal?

When his wife’s former fiancé is found dead of a single shot to the back of the head, Trafalgar police Sergeant John Winters is forced to make the most difficult decision of his life: loyalty to his job or to his wife. Meanwhile, tragedy strikes the heart of Constable Molly Smith’s family.

“…combines the crisp plotting of the best small-town police procedurals with trenchant commentary on such universal problems as love and trust.” Kirkus Reviews

“Delany … deftly sprinkles clues–and red herrings–without ever slighting her engaging characters.” Publishers Weekly

Negative Image is available at,, other online stores and the best independent and chain booksellers. It is also available for Kindle and other e-formats. If you'd like a sneak peek, the first two chapters are on my web page at


Mason Canyon said...

Your book sounds intriguing. Wishing you much success with it and the series.

Food-wise, if you're betrayed you'd be depressed so you'd have to eat lots of chocolate to help you get through it. LOL Happy Halloween.

Thoughts in Progress

Donis Casey said...

I can't wait to read it. Every one of these books makes me long to go to BC.

Marian Allen said...

Thanks for letting us know about your latest, Vicki. Sounds great! Congratulations on the wonderful reviews, too!

Marian Allen