Thursday, February 21, 2013

New eBook Boxed Sets From Hodder

Hodder and Stoughton are releasing boxed sets of my Spider Shepherd eBooks at the bargain price of £9.99 for three books.  That's one heck of a deal.

Hard Landing is already on sale at the bargain price of 49p.  Now Hodder is selling a boxed set of the Soft Target, Cold Kill and Hot Blood eBooks for just £9.99.  CLICK HERE TO BUY IT

Three more Spider Shepherd eBooks - Dead Men, Live Fire and Fair Game - are available in another boxed set, also for £9.99.  That's a great price for three full-length novels.

You can buy it HERE


And next month Hodder will be releasing a boxed set of the three Mike Cramer novels - The Chinaman, The Long Shot and The Double Tap.

You can buy it here, for just £5.99  - CLICK HERE TO BUY  That's a bargain!

7 comments:

Nick said...

I remember these books very well, I think it was The Chinaman that got me into your books in the first place, been a long time, may have to re-read it!

CEO said...

Stephen, I think there may be an error here. In the Book 5-7 collection, you have bundled Fair Game as book 7. Surely Rough Justice is book 7 and Fair Game is Book 8?

Also, if you read Fair Game without having read Rough Justice (in all innocence) you will:
a) get very confused about what is going on
b) major spoiler alerts! There are a lot of changes in Rough Justice, all spoiled if you read Fair Game first.

Stephen Leather said...

Wow, I'll get that checked ASAP, CEO. That shouldn't have happened, obviously!

Stephen Leather said...

Wow, I'll get that checked ASAP, CEO. That shouldn't have happened, obviously!

Ali Zaidi said...

Stephen, I quite enjoy your books even though their politics is getting dodgier and dodgier. The trouble is that now I'm reading Fair Game and your research is rubbish. Halawa is indeed arabic for sweets but the money transfer networks are Hawala. You appear never to have heard Somalis speak English. Third, I've got to the point where Martin is going through Nairobi immigration and he says hes come to hunt big game and is not deported on the spot! For gods sake, hunting has been banned in Kenya like forever. It's legal in Tanzania, which is, umm not the same country. John le Carre would weep

Stephen Leather said...

I hang my head in shame! Not sure how Hawala became Halawa, will change that. And Martin should of course be going to Kenya to photograph Big Game, not shoot it! Again, I hang my head inshame....

Stephen Leather said...

Okay Ali, have spoken to my editor and we'll get those errors corrected. If you get the chance, please email me at mail@stephenleather.com :-)