The Harm Farm

 

The Harm Farm kindle and paperback shot

The Harm Farm is now available to download from Amazon using the following links.

Amazon.uk ebook   @£1.99    Amazon.com ebook    @$2.99.

The book will also shortly be available in paperback form from Amazon outlets.

Of course, I dream that everyone who owns a kindle will buy it, love it and then leave rave reviews all over Amazon, social media and the wider web. Perhaps even write letters to whoever owns Netflix demanding the screen rights be optioned for a healthy six figure sum so that I might retire to the south of France and write all day from my balcony overlooking the sea.

Failing the realisation of my delusional fantasies (we all need them) I would be quite content if some of my readers found the blurb appealing enough to download a copy read and review. If that’s you, I thank you in advance for your ongoing support. As always, it is sincerely appreciated. I hope you find something in it to enjoy.

All the best, everyone.

Megan Granger, an investigative journalist, discovers a rundown farm in the English countryside is being used to detain and torture convicted criminals for pleasure and profit. Unable to resist a story that could make her reputation, she becomes entangled with people for whom extreme violence and murder represent a way of life. As the danger escalates, Megan understands she will need to become like them, if she is to survive to tell her tale.

 

18 thoughts on “The Harm Farm

  1. Now THAT is timing Mr Tidy! I had just finished a book, opened up my emails and found this notification. I shall be starting this as soon as I have made a half hearted pretence of doing some household chores, purely to give the impression that I am not spending the whole day reading. (I absolutely doing that though)

    (Do note the change of email address)

    Dawn

    • Hi Dawn, Great to hear from you. Many thanks for your ongoing support of my writing. Much appreciated. (Housework’s overrated, if you ask me.) Email address change noted. Best wishes.

  2. Just bought the book. One good thing about the lockdown is I have more time to read. Not much money for books but I will always find money for an Oliver Tidy book. Those grandkids don’t need an inheritance, do they?

    • Hi Brenda, A woman after my own heart – I intend to be the poorest man in the cemetery. I’m leaving nothing to no one. Thanks for your ongoing support. Much appreciated. Best wishes.

  3. Already on to Netflix about Romney and Marsh – I have believed from Rope Enough that it would make a great series- move over Midsomer.
    Heading to Amazon now for The Harm Farm. We should also give them the chance to bid for Amazon Prime. You deserve the balcony and view for all the pleasure your books give.
    Best of luck.

  4. Thanks Oliver. Can I say “about time too”. Was hoping to visit this year but a bug got in the way! Anyway have downloaded and as soon as I finish Peter James, who got his book in first, will be greedily devouring it. Hope life is being good to you over there, still enjoying Turkey here.

    • Hi Emmy, You can. And I know. :-)) Hopefully the next break won’t be so long. (No promises.) What bug was that then? :-)))) All is well with me, thanks and I hope life, bug aside, is treating you well.
      Best wishes.

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