Author Stands on Own Cover…

We were out walking on Stanage Edge yesterday and I knew the cover shot from No Good Reason had been taken somewhere along this route. My missus has a far better eye for this kind of thing and made me stand on a pillar I was absolutely certain WAS NOT THE ONE. Very happy to admit that I was wrong…

Also happy to say that there were no unconscious kidnap vics at any point on the way along, and that there were quite a few climbers dangling precariously from the rocks.


Poor San, clambering down those! I did a bit of scrambling myself and am now missing some skin from both knees. In her honour (or much to her disgust!) we had a bag of Scampi Fries on the way home 🙂

About Cari Hunter

Cari Hunter is the author of "Snowbound", "Desolation Point" and "Tumbledown", "Alias", "Breathe", and the Dark Peak series of crime thrillers - "No Good Reason", "Cold to the Touch", and "A Quiet Death" - all published by Bold Strokes Books. Her new novel "Unbreakable" is now available to buy.
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2 Responses to Author Stands on Own Cover…

  1. LaRae says:

    I have to just say, you’re killing me with Sanne. I loved the natural banter between Rosie and Jem and admired the strength and support between Sarah and Alex, but I just read the first Dark Peak book and it’s almost painful bearing witness to Sanne’s struggle, her melancholy and insecurities and whatever else that I don’t think even she can define. I have Cold to the Touch already lined up in my queue but after reading the blurb, I’m almost afraid to get started. You have an incredible way of making the characters so relatable that their emotional struggle is heart wrenching. Guess it’s time to get ready for the next roller-coaster.

    • Cari Hunter says:

      Aww, Sanne is quite possibly my favourite of all my lasses, and her relationship with Meg was just a joy to develop and play around with. It does have its bumps, but journeys are more interesting with a few twists and obstacles in the route and I wouldn’t be too scared to read Cold to the Touch – if you can bear to get through the first few chapters, you’ll be absolutely fine 🙂

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