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Become a Beta Reader, Today!

Do you love to read mystery or whodunnit style of novels?

 

Would you like to help shape my stories, give valuable feedback on plot and character development?

 

If so, then I’d love to invite you to become a beta reader.

 

But first, here’s a bit about the book you’ll be reading.

On the evening of an impromptu reunion with friends, James and Liam discover a secret code on the pages of a medieval manuscript in Oxford University’s, All Saints College. Moments later, a hooded figure murders the man leading the manuscripts research team and steals it from the laboratory.

 

While James is in the hospital recovering from a stabbing, he discovers a secret about his past that he was never supposed to know. Instead of nursing his injuries back to health, James decides to leave town and uncover the truth. In the meantime, Detective Alice O’Donnell puts a hold on his passport.

 

Before he leaves for New York, James must investigate the truth behind the laboratory break-in while attempting to piece together the missing moments in his memory.

 

As his investigation digs deeper into the events, James discovers everyone has means, motive, opportunity and something to hide.

 

With an endless list of possible suspects, James must identify the murderer before they strike again, and find the manuscript before it falls into the wrong hands.

 

Duplicity is the second stand-alone novel in A D Hay’s gripping reporter mystery series. If you like a cloak and dagger mystery filled with twists and turns, then you’ll love this instalment from the series.

 

You don’t need to have read Missing (book one) to enjoy this novel. But, I’m happy to give you a copy if you prefer to read it first.

What You Can Expect

At the moment, twenty-nine out fifty-three chapters of Duplicity are available to read. New chapters will be added on Wednesday and Sunday, every week.

 

The story is written in British English and is currently being revised but has not been professionally edited. However, I have used a few different programmes to edit grammar and spelling.

 

You get it; the book isn’t perfect, but I’ve tried to make it as error-free as possible.

 

What type of feedback do I want?

I’d like to know if at any place in the story you either lost interest, became bored, or felt tempted to stop reading. But, most of all because this novel is a whodunnit style of mystery, I would like to know who you think committed the murder and theft. And if Duplicity fits the mystery genre.

 

When you sign up to become a beta reader, you’ll receive the following:

  • Email alerts updating you on new chapters of my latest work in progress waiting to be ready by you.
  • A free copy of Missing, James Lalonde Book One.
  • I’ll thank you for your valuable feedback at the back of my book.
  • A free copy the book you’re beta reading, once it’s published.

 

At the moment, I have the first twenty-nine chapters (out of a possible fifty-three) of Duplicity ready for you to read. More chapters will be added every week.

 

If this sounds like a great idea to you, then fill out the opt-in form below, and become a beta reader, today!

 

Happy reading, book lovers!

 

Amelia xx

 

Become A Beta Reader

By filling out this form, you are opting in to my mailing list for beta readers. I promise to only email you with notifications about new chapters available to read, a free copy of Missing, and a copy of Duplicity when it's published.
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