I’m delighted to be supporting Faye Rogers PR today in sharing Playlist for a Paper Angel by Jacqueline Ward. Playlist for a Paper Angel was published on 27th December 2016 and is available for purchase in e-book here. To celebrate Playlist for a Paper Angel, I have a guest post from Jacqueline Ward explaining a little more about what her protagonist jan Pearce gets up to!
Playlist for a Paper Angel
One child found, one child missing – what’s the connection?
DS Jan Pearce is still searching for her missing son. When she finds a little girl, Elise, alone in a pram in a busy town centre, she must unravel a mystery that takes her to the edge of her emotions. Then another child, Dara Price, goes missing.
Lisa Connelly, Elise’s mother, has been forced into a life of prostitution and has been leaving her little girl alone. Her gangland boss is holding her prisoner but she wants her little girl back.
Jan finds herself balancing her search for her son with finding Dara. Her right hand man, Mike Waring, is on another case so she and her temporary partner, profiler Damien Booth, must solve the puzzle and find Lisa before time runs out for Dara.
Playlist for a Paper Angel is the second in the DS Jan Pearce series of novels and is the sequel to Random Acts of Unkindness.
A Day in the Life of Jan Pearce
A Guest Post by Jacqueline Ward
Jan gets up early. She feeds the cat, Percy, grabs some toast, showers and dresses from her capsule wardrobe.
She arrives at work and goes through the previous day’s cases and any development.
At 10am she briefs the team and spends the rest of the day on cases, listening to her rock playlist on the way.
She checks her emails on her phone and answers the urgent ones immediately.
She leaves the department around 6pm and goes home to feed Percy and cooks pasta. Jan hates supermarkets and has her groceries delivered.
In the evenings she loves to watch box sets and films – on a weekend night she’ll go to the pub with Lorraine.
About Jacqueline Ward
Jacqueline Ward writes short stories, novels and screenplays. She has been writing seriously since 2007 and has had short stories published in anthologies and magazines. Jacqueline won Kindle Scout in 2016 and her crime novel, Random Acts of Unkindness, will be published by Amazon Publishing imprint Kindle Press. Her novel SmartYellowTM was published by Elsewhen Press in 2015 and was nominated for the Arthur C Clarke Award in 2016. Jacqueline is a Chartered psychologist who specializes in narrative psychology, gaining a PhD in narrative and storytelling in 2007. She lives in Oldham, near Manchester, with her partner and their dog.
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