Coming next from Rhys: paperback of The Twelve Clues of Christmas this November. A Royal Threesome–the first three books in the series as a paperback omnibus in February. A new Molly Murphy e-short story in February. The next Molly Murphy novel_ City of Darkness and Light in March and then the next Royal Spyness novel: Queen of Hearts in August. Busy year ahead for Rhys!
The Royal Spyness series is selected by Audible as one of their top five mystery series!
Molly Murphy shows up in a Huffington Post article: If you are one of the few on the planet yet to discover Molly Murphy, created by Rhys Bowen, now is the time to take the plunge. Molly is sassy, saucy, brave and smart — and living in New York City in the early 1900s. She’s come over from Ireland to escape the arm of the law and ends up, literally and quite happily, in the arms of the law. Along the way she discovers she has quite a skill in solving crimes, as documented in the ample selection of Bowen’s books about Molly.
The Twelve Clues of Christmas makes the New York Times and Publisher’s Weekly bestseller lists!!!
Twelve Clues nominated for best cozy mystery –RT Reviewer’s Choice award.
Rhys has a new Facebook Fan page. Go to Facebook, check out Rhys Bowen,author and click LIKE to get Rhys’s updates and musings. Here’s the link: www.facebook.com/RhysBowenAuthor
12 Molly Book, THE FAMILY WAY, due out March 5, 2013. And on Feb 5 there will be another Molly Murphy short story on Kindle and Nook for only 9 cents. You can preorder both now. AND the Molly series is now being re-released in trade paperback, the bigger paperback format.
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And comment from Rhys: I’ve been asked many times how I pronounce my name. It’s REECE, not Rice Risss or anything else. It’s the Welsh spelling so I know it looks odd, but y is a vowel in Welsh.